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Nicholas Crafts

Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Director of ESRC Research Centre

Research interests in global governance

  • Historical experience of economic growth and global governance
  • Impacts caused by global governance in British relative economic decline

Indicative publications

  • Crafts, Nicholas (2010), 'Openness, protectionism and Britain's productivit performance over the long-run', Working Paper Series, Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy, Department of Economics, University of Warwick, (36).
  • Crafts, Nicholas (2010), 'British Relative Economic Decline Revisited', Working Paper Series, Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy, Department of Economics, University of Warwick, (42).


Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/academic/crafts_/



Mark Harrison

Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Economics of warfare;
  • Frequency and intensity of inter-state conflicts

Indicative publications

  • Guns and Rubles: the Defense Industry in the Stalinist State. Editor. Yale-Hoover Series on Stalin, Stalinism, and the Cold War. New Haven: Yale University Press. Hardback edition (xxvi + 272 pp.) 2008. Reviewed by Steven Nafziger for EH.net, December 2008. Listen to podcasts on The Soviet Military-Industrial Complex(Feb. 23, 2009), Stalin, Defence, and Secrecy(Feb. 12, 2009) and Stalin and the Uses of Terror(Feb. 5, 2009).
  • The Economics of World War I. Co-editor with Stephen Broadberry (Warwick). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hardback edition (xvi+345 pp.) 2005. Preview. Reviewed by Stanley L. Engerman for EH.net, January 2006, and Nathan N. Orgill for H-Net, July 2006. Paperback reprint 2009.
  • The Soviet Defence Industry Complex from Stalin to Khrushchev.Co-editor with John Barber(Cambridge). Basingstoke and London: Macmillan Press, Studies in Russian & East European History and Society. Hardback edition (xviii+283 pp.) 2000.
  • The Economics of World War II: Six Great Powers in International Comparison.Editor. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Studies in Monetary and Financial History. Hardback edition (xxiii+307 pp.) 1998. Preview. Reviewed by Geofrey T. Mills for EH.net, July 1999. Paperback reprint 2000.
  • Accounting for War: Soviet Production, Employment, and the Defence Burden, 1940-1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Russian, Soviet, & Post-Soviet Studies. Hardback edition (xxxiv+338 pp) 1996. Preview. Awarded the Alec Nove Prize for 1997 by the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies. Paperback reprint 2000. The Economic Transformation of the Soviet Union, 1913-1945.Co-editor, with R. W. Davies(Birmingham) and S. G. Wheatcroft (Melbourne). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hardback and paperback editions (xxxii+381 pp.) 1994. Preview.
  • The Soviet Home Front, 1941-5: a Social and Economic History of the USSR in World War II.With John Barber(Cambridge). London: Longman. Hardback and paperback editions (xiii+245 pp) 1991.
  • Soviet Planning in Peace and War 1938-1945. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hardback edition (xiv+315 pp.) 1985. Preview. Paperback reprint 2000

 

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Dennis Leech

Professor of Economics, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

voting regimes in global governance

Indicative publications

Other professional activities

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Ben Lockwood

Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Fiscal federalism;
  • Tax competition

Indicative publications

  • “Tax Competition under Destination and Origin Principles”, Journal of Public Economics, 1993, 52,141-162.
  • “Fiscal Decentralization: A Political Economy Perspective”, in The Handbook of Fiscal Federalism (ed. E.Ahamad and G.Brosio), Edward Elgar , 2006
  • “Bailouts in Federations: is a hard Budget Constraint Always Best?” (with Martin Besfamille), forthcoming, International Economic Review
  • “Do Countries Compete over Corporate Taxes?” (with Michael P. Devereux and Michela Redoano), forthcoming, Journal of Public Economics

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Marcus Miller

Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

Global financial governance

Indicative publications

 

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/academic/miller/



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Sharun Mukand

  • Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  •  Political economy of development
  • Globalization

Indicative publications

Personal website



 

 

Michela Redoano

  • Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Fiscal federalism;
  • Tax competition
  • Globalisation
  • Political Economy

Indicative publications

  • Fiscal Interactions among EU Countries. Does the EU Matter?”, (2007), CES-Ifo Working Paper 1952, revise and resubmit for the European Economic Review.
  • "Does Centralisation Affect the Number and Size of Lobbies?" (2010), Journal of Public Economic Theory, Volume 12(3), 407-435.
  • "Do Countries Compete over Corporate Tax Rates ?" (with Mike Devereux and Ben Lockwood), (2008), Journal of Public Economics,Volume 92(5), 1210-1235.
  • "Horizontal and vertical Tax Competition: Theory and Some Evidence from the USA" (with Mike Devereux and Ben Lockwood), (2007), Journal of Public Economics, Volume 91, Issue 3-4, 451-479
  • "The Political Economy of Policy Centralisation: Direct versus Representative Democracy" (with Kim Scharf ), 2004, Journal of Public Economics 88, 799-817.

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/academic/redoano/


 



 

 

John Whalley

Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Global trade governance

Indicative publications

  • Globalisation and the Labour Market: Trade, Technology and Less-Skilled Workers in Europe and the United States (edited with Robert Anderton and Paul Brenton), London, UK: Routledge, 2006.
  • "Assessing the Benefits to Developing Countries of Liberalisation in Services Trade" The World Economy, 27(8), August 2004, pp. 1223-1253.
  • "Assessing the Benefits to Developing Countries of Liberalisation inServices Trade" The World Economy, 27(8), August 2004, pp. 1223- 1253.
  • "Recent Regional Agreements: Why so Many, Why so Much Variance in Form, Why Coming so Fast, and Where are They Headed?," The World Economy, forthcoming.

Other professional activities

  • Co-Investigator, Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE)
  • Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Western Ontario
  • Distinguished Fellow, The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), Waterloo, Ontario
  • Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA
  • Coordinator, Global Economy Group, CESifo, University of Munich
  • Foreign Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences.
  • Fellow of The Econometric Society
  • Fellow of The Royal Society of Canada

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/academic/whalley/
 



 

Lei Zhang

Associate Professor, Economics Department, University of Warwick

Research interests in global governance

  • Governance in global finance

Indicative publications

  • "Political uncertainty and the peso problem", forthcoming, (with Javier Garcia-Fronti), Revista de Economía Política de Buenos Aires.
  • "Bulls, bears and excess volatility: can currency intervention help?", 2007, (with Luisa Corrado and Marcus Miller), International Journal of Finance & Economics, vol. 12(2), pages 261-272.
  • “Sequencing of capital account liberalisation: A challenge to the Washington consensus”, 2001, (with Marcus Miller), in D. Dasgupta, M. Uzan, D. Wilson (eds) Capital Flows without Crisis? Reconciling Capital Mobility and Economic Stability, London: Routledge, May.

Other professional activities

  • Postgraduate Studies - Director of Diploma Courses of the Economics Department at University of Warwick

Personal website

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/economics/staff/academic/zhang/recent_publications/