Prof. Benjamin Cohen
Prof. Robbie Shilliam
Prof. Shirin Rai
This video was recorded in Summer 2020. Prof. Shirin Rai is Professor in the department of Politics and International Studies and the Director of Warwick Interdisciplinary Research Centre for International Development (WICID). Her work on Feminist International Political Economy has had a far reaching impact. She has many different interests spanning feminist theory, political representation and institutions and recently she has focussed on the role of political performance. Her work has influenced the UN’s Division for the Advancement of Women and the UN Development Programme. She has been supported by the Leverhulme Trust and the Political Studies Association. She has served on the editorial boards of the Indian Journal of Gender Studies, the International Feminist Journal of Politics and Global Ethics. She served as a member of the governing council of the International Studies Association and the Political Studies Association named its PhD prize after her in 2017, in recognition of her contribution to the discipline.
Prof. Phil Cerny
Prof. Phil Cerny is Emeritus Professor at Rutgers University and the University of Manchester. He is well known for his IPE contributions to understanding the nature of the international finance system, the Competition State and more recently the related concepts of Trans-National Neo-Pluralism and Heterarchy. He received the Distinguished Scholar Award of the I.P.E. Section of the International Studies Association in 2011 and until recently chaired Research Committee No. 36 (Political Power) of the International Political Science Association.
We interviewed him in the Summer of 2020.
Prof. V Spike Peterson
V Spike Peterson is Professor of International Relations at the University of Arizona. She has held visiting positions at a range of Universities, including the University of Manchester, Bristol, Durham, London School of Economics, Goteborg and the Australian National University. She received separately the LGBTQA (2018) and Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (2004) Eminent Scholar awards from the International Studies Association and the Charles A. McCoy Lifetime Achievement award from the American Political Science Association (2016). Her work on Gendered States, Gender, Sexuality, Race and Family in international relations and on Reproductive, Productive and Virtual Economies are all seminal contributions to the development of International Political Economy as a discipline.
Prof. Randall Germain
This video was filmed in March 2019. Prof. Randall Germain is a professor in the Institute of International Political Economy at Carleton University, Canada. He is a former convenor of the BISA IPEG group, and co-editor of the Routledge/RIPE series in Global Political Economy and has served on the editorial or advisory boards of a number of journals, including the Review of International Studies and the Review of International Political Economy. His teaching and research interests focus on theoretical debates in IPE, global economic governance and the political economy of global finance. His work on money, credit and historicism is foundational to the discipline. He is author of recent books on Financial Governance and on Susan Strange’s contribution to the discipline.
Prof. Stephen Gill
In this episode, recorded in the Summer of 2019, we interview Professor Stephen Gill, Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science, Communications and Culture at York University Toronto. Professor Gill’s work on the political economy of global governance and neo-liberalism is very widely known. He has published on the questions of global power, e.g. his American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission and on the nature of world order, e.g. the widely cited Power and Resistance in the New World Order, a volume that won the Outstanding Academic Title Award of Choice, the journal of the American Library Association. With co-author David Law, they published on some of the key foundations of IPE in their seminal 17-chapter work, The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies. More recently he has published work on social reproduction with Prof. Isabella Bakker, also of York University and on his concept of new constitutionalism with Prof. Claire Cutler of the University of Victoria, Canada. His recent work has also focused on questions of global and planetary health and the future of world order in an era of organic crisis. In 2021 He received the Killam Prize in Social Sciences, Canada’s most prestigious academic honour.
Prof. Chris Chase-Dunn
Prof. Marianne Marchand
Prof. Marchand is Professor of International Relations at the Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico where she directs the Canadian Studies Program. In recognition of her work she was promoted to the highest level of the National System of Researchers in Mexico in January 2013. Prof. Marchand is widely published and her books on Feminism/PostModernism/Development and Gender and Global Restructuring were foundational texts in the discipline. In 2007-2008 Marchand was Vice-president of the International Studies Association and in 2017 she received the ISA´s Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section Eminent Scholar Award. This video was filmed in March 2019.
Prof. Isabella Bakker
Prof. Bob Denemark
This video was filmed in March 2019, with Prof. Bob Denemark who is Professor of International Political Economy at the University of Delaware. His work focusses on long-run history in of world political economy, theories of IPE and global security studies. His most recent paper is in the Journal of Global Security Studies. He was one of the founding editors of journals such as Review of International Political Economy and Globalizations, and served has served as an editorial board member for more general journals including Review of International Studies and International Studies Quarterly, among others.
Prof. Craig Murphy
This video was filmed in March 2019, Prof. Craig Murphy, who is Betty Freyhoff Johnson ’44 Professor of Political Science. He is one of the most well-known scholars of critical International Political Economy. He has made contributions to general IPE theory, development studies and his work on processes of international organisation is a cornerstone of IPE. His most recent book with JoAnne Yates of MIT’s Sloan School of Management focusses on Private Standard Setting in the international system, and is published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
The Prof. Robert W. Cox Memorial, March 2019
This video was filmed at the Robert Cox Memorial Panel at the International Studies Association Convention in March 2019. Prof. Cox was one of the founding figures of critical IPE, and it is our honour to launch our videos with this recording, which serves as an ideal introduction to the Foundations of IPE interview project.
This video is shared in memory of Robert W. Cox (1926-2018).