Jade Miller is a doctoral student in communication at the Annenberg School. Her research interests lie with global flows of information and culture. She is interested in globalization and development, and the economics of the play between local and global in the cultural industries in rapidly developing countries. Her research in public diplomacy has focused on relationships between the nation-state and its transnational corporations. She is also interested in the exporting of a nation's cultural products and their subsequent reception abroad.
She earned her undergraduate degree from NYU in art history and worked for five years in New York in the advertising, music, and fashion photography industry before coming to USC to begin doctoral study.
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