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EASG Seminar with Dr. June Park

Dr. June Park is a 2021-22 Fung Global Fellow of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. In this seminar, Dr. Park discusses work related to her upcoming book DIGITAL TRADE WARS & CURRENCY CONFLICT: China, South Korea and Japan’s Responses to U.S. Protectionism since COVID-19. Using a framework of institutional variance, it investigates why the three countries have not acted the same upon encountering US protectionism pre- and post-COVID-19 and offers a mechanism for predicting policy moves. The seminar specifically focuses on how supply chains have been employed in competition between the US and China, and more locally between Japan and South Korea.

This event will be relevant to colleagues interested in the Asia-Pacific; regions and regionalisation; and international political economy. It is part of the East Asia Study Group (EASG) Seminar Series.

For further information and a Teams invite, please contact the EASG at; or visit our website at:

Seminar Title: The Weaponisation of Supply Chains in the Contactless Economy under COVID-19: The Role of the US-China Race for Supremacy in AI in the Japan-South Korea Chip War
Date: 2nd December 2021
Time: 09:00-10:00
Platform: Microsoft Teams

Wed 17 Nov 2021, 14:08 | Tags: Staff, CSGR, PhD, MA, UG, Research Events, International Political Economy, Research

EASG Seminar with Professor T.J. Pempel

T. J. Pempel is the Jack M. Forcey Professor Emeritus of Political Scientist at the University of California, Berkeley. In this seminar, Professor Pempel discusses his latest book, A Region of Regimes: Prosperity and Plunder in the Asia-Pacific (Cornell University Press, 2021). The book traces the relationship between politics and economics—power and prosperity—in the Asia-Pacific in the decades since the Second World War, complicating familiar and incomplete narratives of the "Asian economic miracle" to show radically different paths leading to high growth for many but abject failure for some.

Date: 18th November 2021
Time: 5:00-6:30 PM
Venue: Zoom meeting

This seminar is part of the East Asia Study Group (EASG) Seminar Series. For further information, meeting link and passcode, please contact the EASG at

Wed 27 Oct 2021, 14:09 | Tags: Staff, CSGR, PhD, MA, UG, International Political Economy

Out Now: The Oxford Handbook of Global Policy and Transnational Administration

The Oxford Handbook of Global Policy and Transnational AdministrationPublished this month, The Oxford Handbook of Global Policy and Transnational Administration, co-edited by Diane Stone and Kim Moloney with OUP:

Diane Stone has also published an article on International Crisis Group: Stone, D. (2019). Transnational policy entrepreneurs and the cultivation of influence: individuals, organizations and their networks. Globalizations, 1-17.

Mon 11 Feb 2019, 13:45 | Tags: Staff, CSGR, PhD, MA, Research

Tom Long's article published in International Affairs

Tom Long published a new article in the November issue of International Affairs. His piece, "Latin America and the liberal international order: an agenda for research", explores why the region has played a marginal role in this burgeoning IR debate—and what serious engagement with the region could add to both critical and supportive accounts of liberal international order (LIO). The article argues that, "The LIO has shaped Latin America, and Latin America has shaped the LIO—but not always in the ways supporters or critics might expect."

The article is available here:

Tue 06 Nov 2018, 15:12 | Tags: Front, Staff, CSGR, International Relations and Security, Research

Ben Clift Interviewed by the New Books Network About Latest Monograph on the IMF

Ben Clift has recently been interviewed by the New Books Network about his latest monograph on the IMF.

A podcast of Ben's interview is available here:-

The IMF and the Politics of Austerity in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis by Ben Clift (Oxford University Press, 2018) provides the first comprehensive analysis of major shifts in IMF fiscal policy thinking as a consequence of the great financial crisis and the Eurozone debt crisis. It widely presents the IMF’s role in the politics of austerity. The book also offers an innovative theory specifying four mechanisms of IMF ideational change – reconciliation, operationalization, corroboration, and authoritative recognition. It combines in-depth content analysis of the Fund’s vast intellectual production with extensive interviews with IMF economists and management.

Tue 03 Jul 2018, 11:46 | Tags: Staff, CSGR, PhD, MA, UG, International Political Economy, Research

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