Te-Anne C. Robles

Te-Anne C. Robles, PhD

Assistant Professor


Te-Anne C. Robles is an assistant professor at the Department of Political Science, where she teaches courses on International Political Economy (IPE) and International Relations (IR). She has a PhD in Politics and International Studies from the University of Warwick, an MSocSci in International Studies from the National University of Singapore, and a BS in Business Economics from the University of Philippines Diliman. Prior to joining the department, she taught in the universities of Leiden, Durham, and Warwick, covering topics on IPE and IR of East Asia, regionalism, and research methods. She was also a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh. She held posts at academic and development institutions in the Philippines and Singapore before joining the academe. Her research interests lie in the intersection of IPE, regional and global economic governance, and the politics of global knowledge production.


  • PhD in Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick, 2019
  • MSocSci in International Studies, National University of Singapore, 2008
  • BS in Business Economics (cum laude), 2005

Research Interests

International Political Economy, sociology and politics of knowledge production, regionalism, regional and global economic governance

Courses Taught

  • International Studies 299: Research in International Relations
  • International Affairs 290: Theories in International Relations
  • Political Science 283: International Political Economy
  • Political Science 188: International Political Economy, Theories and Issues
  • Political Science 183: International Organizations
  • Social Science 2: Social, Political, and Economic Thought

Recent Publications

Clift, B., & Robles, T. A. (2021). The IMF, tackling inequality, and post-neoliberal ‘reglobalization’: The paradoxes of political legitimation within economistic parameters. Globalizations, 18(1), 39-54.