Colin F. Jackson, PhD
Strategy & Policy
Professor Colin F. Jackson holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School (M.B.A., Finance), Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies (M.A., International Economics and Strategic Studies), Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School (B.A., Public and International Affairs), and MIT (Ph.D., Political Science (Security Studies)). Professor Jackson’s current research includes work on counterinsurgency, state building, economics, public and private sector risk management, organizational learning, and intelligence operations. Prior to entering academia, Professor Jackson worked for several years in the corporate sector in financial trading, telecommunications, transportation markets, and power development. He served four years on active duty with the United States Army in Germany as an armor and cavalry officer. Professor Jackson continues to serve as a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army Reserve.
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