Professor of political science at California State University
Timothy Lim is a professor of political science at California State University, Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Hawaii, Manoa, and his MA in international affairs from Columbia University. His past research focused on comparative political economy, transnational worker migration, and human smuggling and trafficking. His more recent research focuses on the issue of multiculturalism in East Asia. Dr. Lim is also keenly interested writing accessible books for undergraduate and graduate students, and has published three textbooks: Doing Comparative Politics: An Introduction to Approaches and Issues (Rienner 2010), Politics in East Asia: Explaining Change and Continuity (Rienner 2014), and International Political Economy: An Introduction to Approaches, Regimes, and Issues (published as an open source book by the Saylor Foundation).