Phillip Y Lipscy

Assistant Professor and Thomas Rohlen Center Fellow, Political Science; Freeman Spogli Institute for International StudiesStanford University


Phillip Y. Lipscy (Stanford University) is Assistant Professor of Political Science and the Thomas Rohlen Center Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.  His fields of research include international and comparative political economy, international security, and the politics of East Asia, particularly Japan.  His research addresses a wide range of substantive topics such as international cooperation, the politics of energy, the politics of financial crises, the use of secrecy in international policy making, and the effect of domestic politics on trade.  Lipscy obtained his PhD in political science at Harvard University. He received his MA in international policy studies and BA in economics and political science at Stanford University. 

Award Information

Abe Fellowship 2014

Assistant Professor, Political ScienceStanford University

The Politics of Energy and Climate Change