International Political Economy has become a more compelling area of study with scholars and experts questioning many of the deterministic categories of state, market, class and national interest. The refocusing of the field on identity, new market forms and the re-emergent state provides a vast tableaux for both new and established researchers.

My teaching reflects both changes and continuities in my approach as a political economist with increasing interest in the complexities and contradictions of late modernity as the courses below indicate. Questioning conventional wisdom of the left and right remains very much a central part of this intellectual work-in-progress.