Dr. Detomasi is an assistant professor of International Business and Strategy at Smith School of Business. He completed his PhD from the Department of Political Studies at Queen's University in 1999, specializing in International Political Economy. He also holds a Masters of Arts in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada, a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Queen's University and is a graduate of the Executive Program on the Global Financial System from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Dr. Detomasi's research interests include globalization, corporate and non-profit governance and corporate strategy. His research interests include corporate and non-profit governannce, as well as corporate political strategies in fluid market environments. he has recently begun a significant research project on the geopolitics of the oil and gas industry. He teaches these subjects in undergraduate, MBA and executive education programs at Smith School of Business and abroad. His research has appeared in Journal of Business Ethics, International Studies Review, Global Governance, Defence Analysis and the Canadian Review of American Studies, and he has authored numerous teaching cases and practitioner notes. Dr. Detomasi is a regular contributor to the media, recent interviews and opinion pieces have appeared in The Toronto Star and The Globe and Mail, and on CBC's Cross Country Checkup. In the private sector, Dr. Detomasi has consulted on global business practices with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and the World Economic Forum. Previous clients have included the International Association of Plastic Distributors, the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) of Alberta, Nexen, Inc., the Ontario Public Services, the Frontenac Mortgage Investment Corporation, the Mortgage Investment Corporation of Eastern Ontario, and the Kingston Frontenac, Lennox & Addington County Public Health Unit. Dr. Detomasi resides in Kingston, is married and has three children.