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Ed Fogarty

Ed Fogarty

Associate Professor of Political Science
Political Science , 137 Persson Hall
p 315-228-7297

Degree

BA, Middlebury College, 1995; PhD, University of California at Berkeley, 2007

Teaching Experience

Lecturer, U.C. Berkeley, 2004-2008

Specialties

International relations; international political economy; globalization; international institutions/global governance; nonstate actors; European Union

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of European Studies, U.C. Berkeley 2007-2008; research associate, Council on Foreign Relations 1996-1999
Analysis of international economic cooperation in an era of political and economic uncertainty

World Policy On Air podcast - July 15, 2016

Analysis of the 2012 presidential debates


October 16, 2012 debate

Why the European Union Can't Fail (December 2011--video below) 

Current working papers


"Attention: deficit disorder! International fiscal coordination in the Group of 20." (with Gene Park) [conference paper]
"The space between us: elite and mass attitudes toward crisis-driven integration in the European Union." (with Kevin Wallsten) [conference paper]
"Sticking together because we're stuck together: solidarity, indivisibility, and collective action in the European Union" [ conference paper ]

Books

Projecting Polities: States, Nonstate Actors, and Global Governance. London: Routledge, 2013

The Impact of Globalization on the United States: Business and Economics. New York: Praeger, 2008 (co-edited with B. Crawford)

EU Trade Strategies: Between Regionalism and Globalism. London: Palgrave, 2004 (co-edited with V. Aggarwal)


Articles and book chapters
  • "After the halcyon days: the antiglobalization movement and international organizations, 1996-2011"  Journal of Civil Society 12, 1 (2016) [published version / working paper
  • “Weaving the European basket: fiscal rules and performance in the European Union.” In Deficits and Debt in the Industrialized Democracies, edited by E. Ide & G. Park. London: Routledge (2015). [working paper] 
  • “Remembrance of things past.” Review of Power in Concert, by Jennifer Mitzen (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013). International Studies Review 17, 2 (2015): 318-320. [published version / final draft]
  • “Legitimacy dilemmas in global governance.” Review of World Rule, by Jonathan Koppell (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010). International Studies Review 14, 1 (March 2012): 168-170. [published version / final draft]
  • “Nothing succeeds like access? International NGOs and multilateral institutions” Journal of Civil Society 7, 2 (2011) [published version / working paper]
  • Review of Protectors of Privacy, by Abraham Newman (Ithaca: Cornell, 2008). Review of Policy Research 26, 6 (November 2009): 886-888. [published version / final draft]
  • “Disassembling the assembly: Congress and multilateral institutions.” In Globalization’s Impact on the United States: Law and Politics, edited by B. Crawford. New York: Praeger, 2008. [working paper]
  • “Globalization’s impact on the US economy and business: An overview.” In The Impact of Globalization on the United States: Business and Economics, edited by B. Crawford and E. Fogarty. New York: Praeger, 2008 (with B. Crawford). [working paper]
  • “The limits of interregionalism: EU and North America.” In The EU as a Global Player, edited by F. Söderbaum and L. van Langenhove. London: Routledge, 2006 (with V. Aggarwal)
  • “The limits of interregionalism: EU and North America.” Journal of European Integration 27, 3, (2005) (with V. Aggarwal) [published version / penultimate version]
  • “Introduction: Between regionalism and globalism.” In EU Trade Strategies, edited by V. Aggarwal and E. Fogarty. London: Palgrave, 2004 (with V. Aggarwal). [penultimate version]
  • “Conclusion: Explaining trends in EU interregionalism.” In EU Trade Strategies (with V. Aggarwal). [penultimate version]
  • “Be careful what you wish for: The EU and North America.” In EU Trade Strategies. [penultimate version]
  • “Moving mountains (of debt): NGOs, the HIPC Initiatives, and the decentralization of multilateral debt governance.” In Sovereign Debt, edited by V. Aggarwal and B. Granville. London: Chatham House, 2003.


Policy-oriented papers

  • "Status anxiety: Europe and Japan cope with the new world disorder."  Current History 118 (forthcoming January 2019 (with G. Park)
  • "Attention: deficit disorder! The G-20's modest steps toward a more coordinated fiscal policy." World Policy Journal 33, 2 (Summer 2016) (with G. Park), pp. 71-78. [published version, podcast] 
  • “Bring on a bigger, meaner IMF,” Journal of Commerce, 13 April 1998 (with G. Hufbauer).