Erin Lin is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the Ohio State University.  She recently defended her dissertation at Princeton University in May 2017.

Her research focuses on the legacy of war on development.  She studies how unexploded ordnance disturb daily economic activities and have long-term consequences on post-conflict recovery.  For more information, here's a recent interview with the magazine Edible Columbus.  

More information can be found on her CV.  For working papers, please contact lin [dot] 2657 [at] osu [dot] edu.