Philip Cerny

Former EU Program Affiliates
Professor of Global Political Economy, Graduate Division of Global Affairs, Rutgers University (Newark)
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Philip Cerny's research focuses on the role of the state in managing globalization, the politics of international trade, finance and social policy, with particular attention to the role of neo-liberal ideology, American hegemony, and French foreign policy in a European context. His books include The Politics of Grandeur: Ideological Approaches of de Gaulle's Foreign Policy (1980), The Changing Architecture of Politics: Structure, Agency and the Future of the State (1990), Finance and World Politics: Markets, Regimes and States in the Post-Hegemonic Era (1993), Internalizing Globalization: The Rise of Neo-liberalism and the Erosion of National Varieties of Capitalism (2005). His current project focuses on "Multi-Nodal Politics: Pluralism and the Process of Governance in a Globalizing World." Ph.D. from the University of Manchester (United Kingdom).