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Past Globalization, Governance and Development seminars 1997-2013

Fall 2013 Seminars

September 19 at 5:30pm
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Célestin Monga, The World Bank
Jobs: An African Manifesto – Why policies have failed to create employment and what can be done
Click here for Mr. Monga’s biography

October 24, 2013 (Thursday) at 5:30pm 
Location: Room 240, JHFC
Claudia Koonz, Professor Emeritus of History, Peabody Family Chair
Giovanna Merli, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Global Health and Sociology, Sanford School of Public Policy
Erika Weinthal, Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Associate Dean of International Programs, Nicholas School of the Environment
China’s Presence in Africa: Reflections from Different Disciplinary Perspectives

Spring 2013 Seminars

February 14 at 5:15pm
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Stijn Claessens, International Monetary Fund
Understanding Financial Crises: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses
Click here for Professor Claessens’ biography

pdf.gifFinancial Crises: Explanations, Types, and Implications
PDF (1.1 MiB)

March 28, 2013 (Thursday) at 5:00pm 
Location: Room 217, Perkins Library
Professors Gary Gereffi and Frederick Mayer, Duke University
Governance in a Global Value Chain World

pdf.gifGovernance in a GVC World
by Gary Gereffi and Fritz Mayer

Session: Governance in a Global Value Chain World - Gary Gereffi and Fritz Mayer (170.0 KiB)
pdf.gifGlobal value chains in a post-Washington Consensus world
(267.2 KiB)

April 11, 2013 at 5:30pm
Location: Room A103, Social Science Research Institute
Professor Raphael Kaplinsky, Open University
The Governance of Dynamic Rents, Inclusion and Exclusion:  Power in Global Value Chains


Spring 2011

January 13 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Daniela Donno, University of Pittsburgh
Elections and Democratization in Authoritarian Regimes
Click here for Professor Donno’s biography

pdf.gifElections and Democratization in Authoritarian Regimes
PDF (285.4 KiB)

February 10 (Thursday)
Location: Room 4042, Duke Law School
Professor Tonya Putnam, Columbia University
Clashing Titans: Extraterritorial Regulation and Its Implications for Antitrust Coordination between the U.S. & EU
Co-Sponsored By: Duke Law School
Click here for Professor Putnam’s biography

pdf.gifClashing Titans: Extraterritorial Regulation and Its Implications for Antitrust Coordination between the United States & the EU
PDF (324.8 KiB)

February 25 at 4:00pm (Friday)
Location: Room 04, Sanford School of Public Policy
Professor Barry Eichengreen, University of California at Berkeley
The Dollar, the Crisis, and the Future of the International Monetary System
Click here for Professor Eichengreen’s biography

pdf.gifExorbitant Privilege Chapter 2: Debut
(420.2 KiB)

March 3 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Jessica F. Green, Case Western Reserve University
The Dynamics of Regime Complexity: Private Authority in the Climate Change Regime
Click here for Professor Green’s biography

pdf.gifThe Dynamics of Regime Complexity: Private Action on Climate Change
PDF (378.4 KiB)

March 24 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Tana Johnson, Princeton University
States and International Bureaucrats in Institutional Design
Click here for Professor Johnson’s biography

April 14 (Thursday) Canceled
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor David Vogel, University of California at Berkeley
The Politics of Precaution: Comparing Trends in Consumer and Environmental Risk Regulation in Europe and the United States
Click here for Professor Vogel’s biography
Co-sponsored by: the Rethinking Regulation Project at the Kenan Institute for Ethics


 

Fall 2010

September 9 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Tim Büthe, Duke University
New Global Rulers: The Private Regulation in International Product & Financial Markets
Click here for Professor Büthe’s biography
(Background Reading Removed at Author Request)

September 23 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Philip N. Howard, University of Washington
The Digital Origins of Democracy: Information Technology and Political Islam
Co-Sponsored By: Islam in the Public Square Fall 2010 Lecture Series
Click here for Professor Howard’s biography

pdf.gifThe Digital Origins of Democracy: Information Technology and Political Islam
Chapter 5 and Conclusion
PDF (32.5 MiB)

October 14 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Thomas Oatley, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Military Buildups, Tax Cuts, and Current Account Imbalances in Postwar America
Click here for Professor Oatley’s biography

pdf.gifHegemonic Crises and Global Financial Order
PDF (442.0 KiB)

October 28 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Sonal S. Pandya, University of Virginia
Democratization and FDI Liberalization, 1970-2000
Click here for Professor Pandya’s biography

pdf.gifDemocratization and FDI Liberalization, 1970-2000*
PDF (286.9 KiB)

November 18 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Kiyoteru Tsutsui, University of Michigan
The Globalization of Corporate Social Responsibility: Cross-National Analyses on Global CSR Framework Commitment
Click here for Professor Tsutsui’s biography

pdf.gifThe Globalization of Corporate Social Responsibility: Cross-National Analyses on Global CSR Framework Commitment
PDF (416.6 KiB)

December 2 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Richard M. Locke, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Justice Beyond Compliance: Labor Standards in Global Supply Chains
Click here for Professor Locke’s biography

pdf.gifVirtue out of Necessity? Compliance, Commitment, and the Improvement of Labor Conditions in Global Supply Chains
Richard Locke, Matthew Amengual, and Akshay Mangla
Politics & Society, Vol. 37 No. 3, September 2009 319-351
PDF (195.2 KiB)
pdf.gifDoes Monitoring Improve Labor Standards? Lessons from Nike
Richard M. Locke, Fei Qin, and Alberto Brause
Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 61, No. 1 (October 2007)
PDF (413.2 KiB)

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Spring 2010

January 21 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Andreas Wimmer, University of California at Los Angeles and the U.S. Institutes of Peace
“The Global Spread of the Nation-State, 1816-2001: An Event History Analysis of a New Dataset”
Click here for Professor Wimmer’s biography

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Nationalism’s rise to power across the world: Event history analysis of a global dataset, 1816-2001” has been locked and is unavailable for download.

February 11 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Michael Bordo, Rutgers University
“Foreign Currency Debt, Financial Crises and Economic Growth: A Long-Run View”
Click here for Professor Bordo’s biography

pdf.gifForeign Currency Debt, Financial Crises and Economic Growth: A Long Run View
PDF (253.1 KiB)

March 18 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Megumi Naoi, University of California at San Diego
“Resisting Protectionism (Take II): A Survey Experiment on Producer and Consumer Preferences during the Global Recession”
Click here for Professor Naoi’s biography

pdf.gifResisting Protectionism (Take 2): A Survey Experiment on Mass Support for Open Economy During the Recession
PDF (2.0 MiB)

April 1 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Sarah Babb, Boston College
“Behind the Development Banks: Washington Politics, World Poverty, and the Wealth of Nations”
Click here for Professor Babb’s biography

pdf.gifBehind the Development Banks: Washington Politics, World Poverty, and the Wealth of Nations
Preface, Chapters 3-5 PDF (9.0 MiB)

April 8 (Thursday)
Location: Room 230, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Kenneth Scheve, Yale University
“Two Centuries of Taxing Inherited Wealth”
Click here for Professor Scheve’s biography

pdf.gifDemocracy, War and Wealth: Evidence from Two Centuries of Inheritance Taxation
PDF (321.5 KiB)

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Fall 2009

September 17 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Joanne S. Gowa, Princeton University
“Institutions & Outcomes: The GATT/WTO & Postwar Trade”
Click here for Professor Gowa’s biography
Background reading: “Institutions & Outcomes: The GATT/WTO & Postwar Trade”

October 8 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Michael D. Ward, Duke University
“International Trade Networks & International Institutions: The Role of Democracy & the WTO in Contemporary Trade”
Click here for Professor Ward’s biography
Background reading: To Be Available at a Later Date
Watch on iTunes U

October 15 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Edward Mansfield, University of Pennsylvania
“Democratization & Human Rights Institutions”
Click here for Professor Mansfield’s biography
Background Reading: Democratization & Human Rights Institutions
Watch on iTunes U

November 5 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Rose McDermott, Brown University
“Sex Differences in Aggression: Evidence from Experimental Wargames”
Click here for Professor McDermott’s biography
Background Reading: Monoamine Oxidase A Gene (MAOA) Predicts Behavioral Aggression Following Provocation

November 19 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Professor Clifford Bob, Duquesne University
“Globalizing the Anti-Gay Agenda: Conservative Activism & Implications for Transnational Politics & Law”
Click here for Professor Bob’s biography
Background reading: Globalizing the Anti-Gay Agenda: Conservative Activism & Implications for Transnational Politics & Law

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Spring 2009

January 15, 2009 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Daniel W. Drezner, Tufts University
“The Tragedy of the Global Institutional Commons”
Professor Drezner’s biography
Background reading: “The Tragedy of the Global Institutional Commons”
Watch on iTunes

January 29, 2009 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Jon Pevehouse, University of Chicago
“Ties that Bind? Preferential Trade Agreements and Exchange Rate Policy Choice”
Professor Pevehouse’s biography
Background reading:
Watch on iTunes

February 12, 2009 (Thursday)
Location: Room 028, John Hope Franklin Center
Neil Fligstein, University of California at Berkeley
“Who are the Europeans (and why does that matter for politics)?”
Professor Fligstein’s biography
Background reading: “The Dynamics of European Society“, “Who are the Europeans and how does this matter for politics?

February 26, 2009 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Erik Voeten, Georgetown University
“The Politics of Borrowing and Non-Borrowing among International Courts”
Professor Voeten’s biography
Background reading: The Politics of Borrowing and Non-Borrowing Among International Courts
Watch on iTunes

March 26, 2009 (Thursday)
Location: Room 028, John Hope Franklin Center
Charles Kurzman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Islamic Party Participation in Parliamentary Elections”
Professor Kurzman’s biography
Background reading: Islamic Political Parties and Parliamentary Elections
Watch on iTunes

April 16, 2009 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Louis W. Pauly, University of Toronto
“Managing Financial Emergencies in an Integrating World”
Professor Pauly’s biography
Background reading: Managing Financial Emergencies in an Integrating World

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Fall 2008

September 18, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 200, Rubenstein Hall
David Brady, Duke University
“Why is Latin America Deindustrializing?”
Professor Brady’s bio
Background reading: “Why is Latin America Deindustrializing?“
Watch on iTunes

October 2, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Randall W. Stone, University of Rochester
“Informal Governance: International Organizations and the Limits of U.S. Power”
Professor Stone’s bio
Background reading:
Informal Governance: International Organizations and the Limits of U.S. Power“
Supplemental reading:
The Scope of IMF Conditionality“ (International Organization, forthcoming)
Watch on iTunes

October 23, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Rhodes Conference Room, Sanford Institute
Nathan Jensen, Washington University in St. Louis
“Leaning Right and Learning from the Left: Diffusion of Corporate Tax Policy”
Professor Jensen’s bio
Background reading: “Leaning Right and Learning from the Left: Diffusion of Corporate Tax Policy in the OECD“

November 6, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franlin Center
R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University
“Trading Places: The Role of the US and EU in International Environmental Politics”
Professor Kelemen’s biography
Background reading: “Trading Places: The Role of the US and EU in International Environmental Politics“
Watch on iTunes

December 4, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franlin Center
Andrew K. Jorgenson, North Carolina State University
“Societies Consuming Nature: A Panel Study of the Ecological Footprints of Nations, 1960-2003″
Professor Jorgenson’s biography
Background reading: “Trading Places: The Role of the US and EU in International Environmental Politics“
Watch on iTunes

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Spring 2008

January 24, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Arthur S. Alderson, Indiana University
“Globalization and the World City System: Region, Role, and Position since 1981″
Professor Anderson’s bio
Background reading: “Power and Position in the World City System“, Critique by Peter J. Taylor and Response by Alderson and Beckfield
Download the presentation: Globalization and the World City System
Watch on iTunes

February 7, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Grzegorz Ekiert, Harvard University
“Democratization and Civil Society in Postcommunist Europe”
Professor Ekert’s bio
Background reading: “Democracy in the Post-Communist World: An Unending Quest“

February 21, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Ronald Mitchell, University of Oregon
“The Relative Effects of Environmental Regimes: A Quantitative Comparison of Acid Rain Agreements”
Professor Mitchell’s bio
Read Professor Mitchell’s paper: “Comparing Institutional Influence: The Relative Effectiveness of Three Environmental Agreements”

March 20, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Beth Simmons, Harvard University
“Credible Commitments and the International Criminal Court”
Professor Simmons’ bio
Read Professor Simmons’ paper: “Credible Commitments and the International Criminal Court”

April 3, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Margaret Levi, University of Washington
“Legitimating Beliefs: Concepts, Indicators, and Evidence”
Professor Levi’s bio
Read Professor Levi’s paper: “Legitimating Beliefs: Concepts, Indicators, and Evidence”
Co-sponsored by the Duke Comparative Politics Workshop Series.
Watch on iTunes

April 17, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Jeffrey Chwieroth, London School of Economics
“The Silent Revolution: Professional Training, Sympathetic Interlocutors, and IMF Lending”
Professor Chwieroth’s bio
Read Professor Chwieroth’s paper: “The Silent Revolution: Professional Training, Sympathetic Interlocutors, and IMF Lending”

April 24, 2008 (Thursday)
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Pam Paxton, Ohio State University
“The Difference Time Makes: Latent Growth Curve Models of Women’s Political Representation”
Professor Paxton’s bio
Read Professor Paxton’s paper: “The Difference Time Makes: Latent Growth Curve Models of Women’s Political Representation”

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Fall 2007

The Fall 2007 University Seminar on Global Governance and Democracy series was sponsored by the Duke University Center for International Studies with funding or support from the US Department of Education and the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs.

September 11, 2007 (86)
Location: Rare Book Room, Perkins Library
Robert O. Keohane, Princeton University
“Democracy-Enhancing Multilateralism”
Professor Keohane’s bio.
Read Professor Keohane’s paper: “Democracy-Enhancing Multilateralism”

September 27, 2007 (26)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Daniel L. Nielson, Brigham Young University
“IOs as Norms Platforms: The World Bank’s Influence on Environmental
Practice at the Islamic Development Bank”

Professor Nielson’s bio.
Read Professor Nielson’s paper: “IO’s as Norms Platforms: The World Bank’s Influence on Environmental
Practice at the Islamic Development Bank”

October 18, 2007 (27)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Peter Rosendorff, New York University’s Wilf Family Department of Politics
“Strengthening International Courts and the Early Settlement of Disputes”
Professor Rosendorff’s bio.
Read Professor Rosendorff’s Paper: “Strengthening International Courts and the Early Settlement of Disputes”

November 1, 2007 (27)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
David Andrew Singer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Migrant Remittances and Exchange Rate Regimes”
Professor Singer’s bio.
Read Professor Singer’s Paper: “Migrant Remittances and Exchange Rate Regimes”
Watch on iTunes

November 15, 2007 (36)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Ethan B. Kapstein, INSEAD, Paris
“The Fate of Young Democracies”
Professor Kapstein’s bio.
Read Professor Kapstein’s Paper: “The Fate of Young Democracies”
Watch on iTunes

November 29, 2007 (21)
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Christopher A. Whytock, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law
“Domestic Courts and Global Governance: The Politics of Private International Law”
Read Professor Whytock’s paper: “Domestic Courts and Global Governance: The Politics of Private International Law”
Watch on iTunes

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Spring 2007

The 2006-2007 University Seminar on Global Governance and Democracy series was sponsored by the Duke University Center for International Studies with funding or support from the US Department of Education, Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs, the Social Science Research Institute, Duke Law School, and Sanford Institute for Public Policy.

January 16, 2007
David S. Law, San Diego Law School, University of California, San Diego
“Globalization and Constitutional Convergence”
Click here to link to Professor Law’s website.
Background reading: “Globalization and the Future of Constitutional Law(Draft- not for citation).

January 30, 2007
Nicole M. Simonelli, Duke University
“International Negotiations: The Multilateral Agreement Making Process”
Background reading: “Bargaining over International Multilateral Agreements: The Duration of Negotiations

February 13, 2007
Location: Rhodes Conference Room, Sanford Institute
Bruno S. Frey, University of Zurich
“Dealing with Terrorism – Stick or Carrot?”
Co-sponsored by the Social Science Research Institute.

March 6, 2007
Aseem Prakash, University of Washington-Seattle
“Diffusing Quality: Trade, FDI, and the Cross-national Adoption of ISO 9000 Quality Standards”
Background Reading: “Diffusing Quality: Trade, FDI, and the Cross-Country Diffusion of ISO 9000 Quality Management Systems

March 20, 2007
Henrik Enderlein, Duke University and Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
“Banking Alone: The Decline in International Monetary Cooperation and Implications for Global Economic Governance”
Background Reading: Professor Enderlein’s background notes on the subject.

April 3, 2007
Ann Marie Clark, Purdue University
“The Effects of Participation in International Human Rights Discourse on State Behavior”
Background Reading: “The Effects on State Behavior of Participation in International Human Rights Discourse

April 17, 2007
David W. Soskice, Duke University
“Historical Legacies: Varieties of Welfare State Formation in the 19th Century and their Implications for Political Economic Macro Theories of Distribution and Redistribution”
Background Reading: “Historical Legacies: Varieties of Welfare State Formation in the 19th Century and their Implications for Political Economic Macro Theories of Distribution and Redistribution

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Fall 2006

September 12, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Jude Hays, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“Globalization, Domestic Institutions and the New Politics of Embedded Liberalism”
Background Reading: “Chapter 2: Government Spending and Public Support for Trade in the OECD

September 19, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Duncan Snidal, University of Chicago
“The Choice of International Institutions: Cooperation, Alternatives and Strategies”
Background Reading: “The Choice of International Institutions: Cooperation, Alternatives and Strategies

October 3, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Valerie Bunce, Cornell University
“The Diffusion of Democratization Through Electoral Revolutions in the Postcommunist World”
Background Reading: “International Diffusion and Postcommunist Electoral Revolutions

October 24, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Kevin Morrison, Duke University,
“Oil, Non-tax Revenue and the Redistributional Foundations of Regime Stability”
Background Reading: “paper: “Oil, Non-tax Revenue, and the Redistributional Foundations of Regime Stability

November 14, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Gary Goertz, University of Arizona,
“The Evolution of Regional Economic Institutions into Security Institutions, or The Demise of Realist Military Alliances”
Background Reading: “The Evolution of Regional Economic Institutions into Security Institutions, or The Demise of Realist Military Alliances

November 28, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm

(Rescheduled for Spring 2007)
Nicole Simonelli, New York University,
“International Negotiations: The Multilateral Agreement Making Process”

December 5, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Peter Katzenstein, Cornell University
“The American Imperium and Soft Power in World Politics”
Background Reading: Please see Chapters 1 and 7 of Professor Katzenstein’s book, A World of Regions: Asia and Europe in the American Imperium (Cornell University Press, 2005).

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Spring 2006

The Spring 2006 University Seminar on Global Governance and Democracy series was sponsored by the Duke University Center for International Studies with funding or support from the US Department of Education. Additional support from the Duke Center for International Development and Women’s Studies, Duke University.

January 17, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Robin Grier and Kevin Grier, University of Oklahoma
“Policy Convergence and Output Divergence”
Background Reading: Reading

January 31, 2006 (Tuesday) 5:30 – 7 PM [NOTE TIME CHANGE]
Spike Peterson, University of Arizona
“From Nannies to Nanoseconds: Rethinking Global Political Economy”
Co-sponsored by the Duke Women’s Studies Program.
Background Reading

February 7, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Jeffrey Frieden, Harvard University
“The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Policy”
Background Reading: Reading #1 / Reading #2

February 21, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Barbara Koremenos, University of Michigan
“If Only Half of International Agreements Have Dispute Resolution Provisions, Which Half Needs Explaining?”
Background Reading: Background Reading

March 28, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Walter Mattli, St. John’s College, Oxford University
“Global Economic Forum Shopping”
Background Reading: Reading

April 4, 2006 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Michael Barnett, University of Minnesota
“The Transformation of Humanitarianism”
Co-sponsored by the Duke International Relations Seminar
Background Reading: Reading

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Fall 2005

September 6, 2005 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Michael Tomz, Stanford University
“Domestic Audience Costs for International Relations: An Experimental Approach”
Background Reading: Reading

September 27, 2005 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Rhodes Conference Room, Sanford Institute
Paul Collier, Oxford University
“Democracy and Resource Rents”
Background Reading: Reading

October 4, 2005 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Shanker Satyanath, New York University
“Capital Controls, Political Institutions and Economic Growth”
Background Reading: Reading

October 18, 2005 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Lawrence Broz, University of California-San Diego
“Changing IMF Quotas: The Role of the United States Congress”
Background Reading: Reading

November 8, 2005 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Kal Raustiala, UCLA Law School
“The Evolution of Territoriality in an Age of Globalization”
Background Reading: Reading

November 29, 2005 (Tuesday) 7:00—8:30pm
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Xinyuan Dai, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“The Power of Weak International Institutions”
Background Readings: Chapter 1 / Chapter 5

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Spring 2005

January 25, 2005 (Tuesday) 6:30pm
Mark Blyth, Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
“Constructivism and Political Economy? Ne’er the Twain?”
Background Reading: Reading

February 8, 2005 (Tuesday) 6:30pm
Liesbet Hooghe, Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
“Do International Civil Servants Go Native? Limits to International Socialization”
Background Reading: Reading

February 22, 2005 (Tuesday) 6:30pm
Paul Collier, Economics, Oxford University
“Anti-Americanism in France”

March 8, 2005 (Tuesday) 6:30pm
Sophie Meunier, Princeton University
Title TBD
Background Reading: Reading

March 21, 2005 (Monday) 3:00-5:00pm
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Emma Rothschild, Centre for History and Economics King’s College, Cambridge
“Sovereignty and the End of Empire”
Part of the University Seminar on Globalization, Equity and Democratic Governance. Co-sponsored by the Political Theory Colloquium
Background Reading: Reading

March 22, 2005 (Tuesday) 6:30pm
James Caporaso, Political Science, University of Washington
“Rights Through Thick and Thin (or “Polanyi in Luxembourg”): Prospects for Market-Driven Rights in the EU”
Background Reading: Reading

April 5, 2005 (Tuesday) 6:30pm
Phil Cerny, Political Science, Rutgers University
“Globalization at the Micro Level: The Uneven Pluralization Of World Politics”
Background Reading: Reading

April 19, 2005 (Tuesday)
Gretchen Helmke, Political Science, University of Rochester
“Inducing Independence: A Strategic Model of Lending and Legal Reform”
Background Reading: Reading

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Fall 2004

September 7, 2004
Peter Gourevitch, University of California-San Diego
“The Comparative Political Economy of Corporate Governance Regulations”

October 5, 2004
Page Fortna, Columbia University
“Where Have all the Victories Gone? War Outcomes in Historical Perspective”

October 19, 2004
Ethan Kapstein, UNSEAD
“Does International Trade Promote Democracy?”

October 26, 2004
Miles Kahler, University of California at San Diego
“Global Governance Redefined”

November 9, 2004
James Vreeland, Yale University
“Political Institutions and Civil War: Unpacking Anocracy”

November 16, 2004
Gianni Toniolo, University of Rome
“A Tale of Two Globalizations: Europe vs. America, 1860-2000″

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Spring 2004

January 13, 2004
Christina Davis, Princeton University
“International Institutions and Issue Linkage: Building Support for Agricultural Trade Liberalization”

February 10, 2004
Gary Bass, Princeton University
“The Roots of Humanitarian Intervention, 1815-1915″

February 24, 2004
Gary Gereffi and Frederick “Fritz” Mayer, Duke University
“Making Economic Integration Work: A Perspective from the Americas”

March 2, 2004
Michael Zürn, University of Bremen
“Compliance and Law in Postnational Constellations”

March 23, 2004
Judith Kelley, Duke University
“International Actors on the Domestic Scene: Membership Conditionality and Socialization by International Institutions”

March 30, 2004
Tim Büthe, Stanford University
“Overcoming Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade: Power, Norms, and Institutions in the Setting of International Standards”

April 13, 2004
Anne Sartori, Princeton University
“Deterrence by Diplomacy”

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Fall 2003

September 2, 2003
Nicholas Stern, Chief Economist, The World Bank
“International Action for Fighting Poverty: An Historic Opportunity”

September 23, 2003
Nicholas Sambanis, Yale University
“Making War and Building Peace: The United Nations Since the 1990s”

September 30, 2003
Marc Busch, Georgetown University
“Developing Countries and GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement”

October 8, 2003
Helen Milner, Princeton University
“Why Delegate the Allocation of Foreign Aid to Multilateralism Organizations? Principal-Agent Problems and Multilateralism”

October 18, 2003
Michael Hiscox, Harvard University
“Through a Glass and Darkly: Framing Effects and Individual Attitudes Toward International Trade”

October 23, 2003
Erik Wibbels, University of Washington
“Global Imperatives and Domestic Priorities: Internationalization and Public Spending in Latin America”

November 4, 2003
Edmund “Eddy” Malesky, Duke University
“At Provincial Gates: The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Provincial-Central Government Relations”

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Spring 2003

January 21, 2003
Robert Cook-Deagan, Duke University
“The Global Genome: History and Foreseeable Problems”

February 13, 2003
Sidney Tarrow, Cornell University
“The New Transnational Contention: Organizations, Institutions, Mechanisms”

February 25, 2003
Judith Goldstein, Stanford University
“The Politics of Multilateral Bargaining and the Origins of the GATT Regime”

March 4, 2003
Sarah Brooks, Ohio State University
“Political Economy of Capital Account Liberalization in Latin America”

April 15, 2003
Layna Mosley, Notre Dame University
“Foreign Direct Investment and Labor Rights”

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Fall 2002

September 10, 2002
David Soskice, Duke University
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September 23, 2002
Beth Simmons, UC Berkeley
“The Globalization of Liberalization: Policy Diffusion in the International Political Economy”

October 8, 2002
Ngaire Woods, Oxford University
“Accountability in Global Economic Governance”

October 29, 2002
Martha Finnemore, George Washington University
“Expertise and Bureaucratic Power at the International Monetary Fund”

November 5, 2002
Carles Boix, University of Chicago
“Globalization and Egalitarian Backlash: Protectionism versus Compensatory Free Trade”

November 12, 2002
Pier Carlo Padoan, International Monetary Fund
“From Overlending, to Crisis, to a New International Financial Regime?”

November 21, 2002
Helen V. Milner, Columbia University
“The Global Spread of the Internet:The Role of Political Institutions”

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Spring 2002

February 19, 2002
Olivier Brunet, European Commission
“Deepening and Broadening: Governance and Equity from a EU Perspective”

March 5, 2002
Frederick “Fritz” Mayer, Duke University
“Constructing Globalization: the Role of Narrative in the Anti-Globalization Movement”

April 12, 2002
Pradeep Chhibber, University of California-Berkeley
“Are Federal Nations Decentralized?”

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Fall 2001

September 1, 2001
Helen “Sunny” Ladd, Duke University
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October 30, 2001
Arturo Escobar, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Globalization, Development & Modernity: Critical Trends”

November 9, 2001
Elinor Ostrom, Indiana University
“Understanding Institutions”

November 13, 2001
Ashutosh Varshney, University of Michigan
“Democracy, Markets & Poverty”

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Spring 2001

January 9, 2001 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Room 230/232, John Hope Franklin Center
Daniel Nielson, Duke University and Michael Tierney, College of William and Mary
“Principals and Interests: Agency Theory and Multilateral Development Bank Lending Since 1980.”

January 23, 2001 (Tuesday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Saskia Sassen, University of Chicago
“States and the New Geography of Power: Denationalized State Agendas and Privatized Norm-Making.”

February 20, 2001 (Tuesday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Steven Schwarcz, Duke University Law School
“Private Ordering of Public Markets: The Rating Agency Paradox”

March 6, 2001 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Room 230/232, John Hope Franklin Center
David Soskice, Social Science Research Centre, Berlin; Economics
University College, Oxford University; Political Science, Duke University
“Varieties of Capitalism, Comparative Institutional Advantage and the Analysis of Globalisation”

RELATED EVENT: March 8, 2001 (Thursday ) 5:30—7:00pm
Location: Room 240, John Hope Franklin Center
Kathryn Sikkink, University of Minnesota)
“From Santiago to Seattle: Transnational Advocacy Networks and the Restructuring of World Politics.”
This event is sponsored by the Duke-UNC Program in Latin American Studies working group “Political and Economic Regimes.”

March 27, 2001 (Tuesday) 12:15pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Joseph Stiglitz, Stanford University, Former Senior Vice President, Development Economics and Chief Economist, The World Bank
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April 17, 2001 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Room 230/232, John Hope Franklin Center
Devesh Kapur, Harvard University
“Expansive Agendas and Weak Instruments: Governance Related Conditionalities of International Financial Institutions”

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Fall 2000

September 19, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Robert O. Keohane, Duke University
“Between Centralization and Fragmentation: The Club Model of Multilateral Cooperation and the Problem of Democratic Legitimacy”

October 3, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
James D. Cox, Duke Law School
“Does the Gang of Four Have It Right: Empirical Studies of the Relationship between the Cost of Capital and Regulation”

October 23, 2000 (Monday) 8:00pm
Location: Room 230/232, John Hope Franklin Center
Dani Rodrik , Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
“Development Strategies for the Next Century”

November 14, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Room 028, John Hope Franklin Center
John Aldrich, et al., Duke University
“Globalization, Economic Uncertainty, and Political Preferences”

November 28, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:15pm
Location: Room 028, John Hope Franklin Center
Gary Gereffi, Duke University, Ronie Garcia-Johnson and Erika Sasser, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
“Exploring the Emergence of social and Environmental Certification Institutions”

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Spring 2000

February 8, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Gary Gereffi, Sociology, Duke University
“A Commodity Chain Framework for Analyzing Global Industries”

February 29, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Donald Horowitz, Duke University
“Explaining the Northern Ireland Agreement: The Sources of an Unlikely Constitutional Consensus”

March 21, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Michael Zürn, University of Bremen
“Democratic Governance Beyond the National State: The EU and Other International Institutions”

April 4, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Michelle Connolly, Duke University
“The Dual Nature of Trade: Measuring its Impact on Imitation and Growth”

April 11, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Latin American Studies
Background discussion on the work of Professor Robert Mundell, Columbia; session led by Enrique Mendoza, Duke University

April 14, 2000 (Friday) 12:00pm
Location: Von Canon Rooms, Bryan Center
Robert Mundell, Columbia University
“The World Economy at the Beginning of the New Millennium: How Can it be Improved?”

April 25, 2000 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Martin Seelieb-Kaiser, University of Bremen and Duke University
“Globalization, Political Discourse and Welfare Systems in Comparative Perspective”

April 21-23, 2000
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
“Laboratory in Comparative Ethnic Processes”
Co-sponsored conference led by Steven Wilkinson, Duke with faculty from the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University, New York University, Stanford University, Harvard University, and other schools. Participants included Robert Bates, Harvard, James Fearon, Stanford, David Laitin, Stanford and Ian Lustick, Pennsylvania.

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Fall 1999

September 14, 1999 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Suzanne Shanahan, Duke University
“Immigration and Race Relations”

September 30, 1999 (Thursday) 12:00pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Layna Mosley, University of Notre Dame and Sarah Brooks, Duke University
Discussing their research on the interplay of domestic politics and international markets in state policy reform across developing and advanced industrial democracies.

October 12, 1999 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Robert Keohane, Duke University
“Power, Interdependence and Globalism”

November 9, 1999 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Heather White, Verité, an industry-monitoring organization
“The Ten Most Disturbing Trends in Global Monitoring and the Challenges of Monitoring Them”
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Michael Conroy, The Ford Foundation
“Global Certification of Corporate Behavior: Toward a New Theory of Consumer-based Corporate Responsibility”

November 16, 1999 (Tuesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Peter Lange and John Aldrich, Duke University
Discussing the research of their cluster on “Globalization, Democracy & Policy”

November 23, 1999 (Tuesday) 12:00pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Elias Dinopoulos , University of Florida
“Intra-Industry Trade and Wage Income Inequality”
Sponsored by the Workshops on International Economics and Macroeconomics, Duke Department of Economics.

December 1, 1999 (Wednesday) 7:30pm
Location: Carpenter Board Room, Perkins Library
Enrique Mendoza, Duke University
Discussing his research on dollarization.

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Spring 1999

For the Spring of 1999, the Globalization and Equity Program was combined with Sawyer Seminar Public Lectures.

January 25, 1999 (Monday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
John Meyer, Sociology, Stanford University
“Global Institutions and National Polities”

February 22, 1999 (Monday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Duncan Campbell, International Labor Organization
“A Global Dialog”

March 2, 1999 (Tuesday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Nora Lustig, Inter-American Development Bank
“Poverty and Inequality in Latin America: Are Things Getting Worse?”

March 9, 1999 (Tuesday) 4:00pm
Location: Griffith Film Theater, Bryan Center
Sadako Ogata, UN High Commissioner for Refugees
“Caught between Extremes: Can Globalization Resolve Refugee Problems?”

March 22, 1999 (Monday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Ilene Grabel, International Economics, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver
“The Political Economy of ‘Policy Credibility': The New Classical Macroeconomics and the Remaking of Emerging Economies”

April 5, 1999 (Monday) 8:00pm
Location: Room 04, Sanford Institute
Amartya Sen, Master, Trinity College, Cambridge and 1998 Nobel Prize Winner in Economics
Kenan Lecture: “Human Rights and Their Consequences”

April 19, 1999 (Monday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im, Law School, Emory University
“Islam, Human Rights and Terrorism: Shared Responsibilities at Home and Abroad”

April 26, 1999 (Monday) 12:15pm
Location: Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Vitit Muntarbhorn, Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University-Thailand
Topic to be announced

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