Jason Enia is the Director of the Center for the Study of Disasters & Emergency Management and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Sam Houston State University. His current work focuses on the way that institutions structure the incentives and politics around low probability, high impact events like natural disasters and the use of WMDs. His research has been published in The Nonproliferation Review, Review of International Studies, and The Social Science Journal, and he has been featured in the Council on Foreign Relations’ Educators Bulletin.
Enia holds a Ph.D. in Politics & International Relations from the University of Southern California, an M.A. in International Political Economy and Development from Fordham University (NY), and a B.A. in Political Science & Economics from the University of Dayton (OH).