PhD Student, Tulane University
    Adam Smith Fellow

Corey Horn is a PhD student in Philosophy at Tulane University. He earned an MA in history and a BA in philosophy from Eastern Washington University. He was an Adam Smith Fellow during the 2021-2022, and 2022-2023 academic years, and a Don Lavoie Fellow during the 2020-2021 academic year. His research advances a principal-agent model of international governance, arguing that it is better equipped to handle cases of inter-state conflict, address the tension between state sovereignty and international governance in international law, and foster liberal democratic principles through constitutional arrangements.