Phil Uhlmann

Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Business


Education
  • MSSc, Maxwell School, Syracuse University
  • PhD, The Fletcher School
  • Bcom, University of British Columbia
  • MBA, University of Toronto

Professional Activities
  • Has taught finance in the Fletcher Summer School since 2003
  • Assistant Professor, Finance, Bentley College - teaches International Finance, Capital Markets II and Project Finance
  • Consultant and international financial adviser specializing in banking and financial services and risk management, especially country risk
  • Special interests in international Project Finance and developing country financial systems and capital markets
  • Taught in Armenia in August 2004

Research Interests
  • International finance and capital markets
  • Economics and political business cycles, especially as these areas relate to multinational financial services, valuation, international project finance, country risk management and international relations
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
• "Why Armenia Needs a Country Rating from an International Rating Agency,” Presentation at the Caucasus Research Resource Center (August 2004 – Yerevan, Armenia).
• "See How They Run: Linkages Between National Elections and the Behavior of International Banking Flows in Developing Countries,” Presentation to the 2nd International Conference on European and International Political and Economic Affairs (May 2004 – Athens, Greece).



Email Address


Office Location
Mugar 251C

Mailing Address
The Fletcher School, Tufts University, 160 Packard Ave
Medford, MA, 02155