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Henry Farrell
The George Washington University
Department of Political Science
Monroe Hall, Suite 440
2115 G St. NW
Washington DC 20052

Office: (202) 994-7933
Fax: (202) 994-7743
Email: henry@henryfarrell.net
Homepage: http://www.henryfarrell.net/
Date of Birth: June 30 1970

Education

Ph.D. (2000), Department of Government, Georgetown University. Dissertation, Major Comprehensive (Comparative Politics) and Minor Comprehensives (Political Theory and German and European Studies), all awarded with Distinction.

M.A. (2000) In German and European Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University (completed jointly with Ph.D).

M.A. (1993) In Politics, University College Dublin. Awarded with First Class Honours.

B.A. (1991) In Politics (First Class Honours) and Economics (Second Class Honours Grade One), University College Dublin.

ICPSR (Courses taken in Categorical Data Analysis and Rational Choice).

Post-Doctoral Employment

Professor, Department of Political Science/Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, June 2017-.

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science/Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, July 2009-.

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science/Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, September 2004-May 2009.

Assistant Professor for International Political Economy, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto. July 2002-August 2004.

Senior Research Fellow, Max-Planck Project Group on the Law of Common Goods, Bonn, Germany. January 2000-June 2002.

Classes Taught

The George Washington University

Fall 2018 Courses: “International Affairs Cornerstone,” “Cybersecurity.”

Spring 2018 Courses: “Cybersecurity Policy.”

Fall 2017 Courses: “International Affairs Cornerstone,’’ “Introduction to Cybersecurity.”

Fall 2015 Courses: “International Affairs Cornerstone,” “Introduction to International Affairs.”

Spring 2015 Courses: “Institutional Theory.”

Fall 2014 Courses: “International Affairs Cornerstone,” “Introduction to International Affairs.”

Spring 2014 Courses: “Cybersecurity (MA),” “Politics of the Internet.”

Fall 2013 Courses: “Cybersecurity (undergrad),” “International Affairs Cornerstone.”

Spring 2013 Courses: “Cybersecurity.”

Fall 2012 Courses: “International Affairs Cornerstone” and “International Relations Theory.”

Spring 2012 Courses: “Advanced International Relations Theory” and “Cybersecurity.”

Fall 2011 Courses: “International Affairs Cornerstone” and “Theories of Political Institutions.”

Spring 2010 Courses: “Advanced International Relations Theory,” and “International Affairs Cornerstone.”

Fall 2009 Courses: “Prospects for International Cooperation,” and “Cybersecurity Policy.”

Fall 2008 Courses: “The Theory of International Relations,” and “The Politics of the Internet.”

Spring 2008 Courses:“Privacy, Security and Technology: The New Agenda,” and “Advanced International Relations Theory.”

Fall 2007 Courses:“The Politics of the Internet” and “The Internet and International Politics.”

Spring 2007 Courses: “Security, Privacy and Technology: The New Agenda,” and “The Politics of Institutions.”

Fall 2006 Courses: “The Internet and International Politics,” and “The Politics of the Internet.”

Spring 2006 courses: “The Internet and International Politics,” and “The Politics of the Internet.”

Spring 2005 courses: “Privacy, Security and Technology: The New Agenda,” and “The Politics of the Internet.”

Fall 2004 courses: “The Internet and International Politics,” “Game Theory.”

The University of Toronto

Spring 2004 Courses: International Relations Ph.D. Core Course (co-taught with Thomas Homer Dixon).

Fall 2003 Courses: International Relations Ph.D. Core Course (co-taught with Thomas Homer-Dixon),“The Politics of the Internet,” “The New International Agenda.”

Spring 2003 Courses: “The Comparative Political Economy of Europe,” “The New International Agenda”

Fall 2002 courses: “The Politics of the Internet” and “The New International Agenda.”

Georgetown University

Summer 2001 Course: “The Political Economy of European Integration.”

Fellowships and Honours

Program Chair (with Anna-Grzymala-Busse), American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, September 2018.

Member, Council on Foreign Relations.

Faculty Associate, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University (2015-2016).

Co-Chair of the Social Science Research Council Digital Culture Initiative.

Affiliated Scholar, Stanford University Law School Center for the Internet and Society (2014-).

MacArthur Foundation Network on Opening Governance member.

Research Fellow, The Woodrow Wilson Center, Sep 2010-May 2011.

Affiliated Researcher, Max-Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, 2002-

Visiting Scholar, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University, March-May 2002.

European Union Social Science Information Resource Fellowship, May 2000

Researcher’s Stipend, European University Institute, 1996-1999.

Graduate Fellowship, Government Department/Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University, 1994-1996.

Fulbright Fellowship, 1993-1994.

21st Century Trust Fellow, 1996,1997.

Postgraduate Scholarship, University College Dublin, 1991-1992.

Publications

Books

Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, Of Privacy and Power: The Transatlantic Fight over Freedom and Security (forthcoming, Princeton University Press, May 2019).

Henry Farrell (2009), The Political Economy of Trust: Institutions, Interests and Inter-Firm Cooperation in Italy and Germany. Comparative Politics Series, Cambridge University Press.

Articles

  1. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, “Weaponized Interdependence,” International Security (Summer 2019).

  2. Karoline Wiesner, Alvin Birdi, Tina Eliassi-Rad, Henry Farrell, David Garcia, Stephan Lewandowsky, Patricia Palacios, Don Ross, Didier Sornet and Karim Thebault (2019), “Stability of Democracies: A Complex Systems Perspective,” European Journal of Physics 40, 1:014002.

  3. Henry Farrell (2018), “Privatization as State Transformation,” Nomos 60.

  4. Henry Farrell (2018), “Linkage Politics and Complex Governance in Transatlantic Surveillance,” World Politics 40, 4:515-554.

  5. Henry Farrell and John Quiggin (2017), “Consensus, Dissensus and Economic Ideas: Economic Crisis and the Rise and Fall of Keynesianism,” International Studies Quarterly, 61,1:269-283. Subsequent subject of an ISQ Symposium, featuring Paul Krugman, Elizabeth Berman, Stephen Nelson and Andrew Baker, with a response from the authors.

  6. Henry Farrell and Charles Glaser (2017), “The Role of Effects, Saliencies and Norms in U.S. Cyberwar Doctrine,” Journal of Cybersecurity,3,1:7-17.

  7. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2017), “Brexit, Voice and Loyalty: Rethinking Electoral Politics in an Age of Interdependence,” Review of International Political Economy 24,2:232-247.

  8. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2016), “The New Interdependence Approach: Theoretical Development and Empirical Demonstration,” Review of International Political Economy, 23,5:736-756.

  9. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2015), “Structuring Power: Business and Authority Beyond the Nation-State,” Business and Politics, 17,3:527-552.

  10. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2015), “The New Politics of Interdependence: Cross-National Layering in Trans-Atlantic Regulatory Disputes,” Comparative Political Studies, 48,4:497-526.

  11. Henry Farrell (2014), “New Problems, New Publics? Dewey and New Media,” Policy & Internet, 6, 2:176-191.

  12. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, (2014), “Domestic Institutions Beyond the Nation State: Charting the New Interdependence Approach,” World Politics, 66,2:331-363.

  13. Sean Aday, Henry Farrell, Deen Freelon, Marc Lynch, John Sides and Michael Dewar (2013), “Watching from Afar: Media Consumption Patterns Around the Arab Spring,”American Behavioral Scientist 57,7:899-919.

  14. Henry Farrell (2012), “The Consequences of the Internet for Politics,” Annual Review of Political Science 15:35-52.

  15. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2010), “Making Global Markets: Historical Institutionalism in International Political Economy,” introduction to Special Issue on Historical Institutionalism and International Market Regulation, Review of International Political Economy, 17, 4:609-638.

  16. Eric Lawrence, John Sides and Henry Farrell (2010), “Self-Segregation or Deliberation? Blog Readership, Participation and Polarization in American Politics,” Perspectives on Politics, 8,1:141-157.

  17. Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore (2009).“Ontology, Methodology and Causation in the American School of International Political Economy,” Review of International Political Economy, 16,1:58-71.

  18. Henry Farrell and Melissa Schwartzberg (2009). “Institutions and Majority Rule in Online Communities,” Ethics and International Affairs, 22, 4:357-367.

  19. Daniel W. Drezner and Henry Farrell (2008), “Introduction: Blogs, Politics and Power,” Public Choice, 134, 1-2:1-13.

  20. Henry Farrell and Daniel W. Drezner (2008), “The Power and Politics of Blogs,” Public Choice, 134, 1-2:15-30.

  21. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Introduction: Contested Competences in the European Union,” West European Politics 38, 2:227-243.

  22. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Codecision and Institutional Change,” West European Politics 38, 2:285-300.

  23. Carl-Fredrik Bergström, Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Legislate or Delegate? Bargaining over Implementation and Legislative Authority in the European Union,” West European Politics 38, 2:338-366.

  24. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Conclusions,” West European Politics 38, 2:405-415.

  25. Henry Farrell (2006), “Regulating Information Flows: States, Private Actors and E-CommerceAnnual Review of Political Science 6:353-374.

  26. Henry Farrell (2005),“Trust and Political Economy: Comparing the Effects of Institutions on Inter-Firm Cooperation,” Comparative Political Studies, 38, 5:459-483.

  27. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2005), “A Rationalist-Institutionalist Explanation of Endogenous Regional Integration,” Journal of European Public Policy 12, 2:273-290.

  28. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2004), “Interorganizational Cooperation and Intraorganizational Power: Early Agreements under Codecision and Their Impact on the Parliament and the Council,” Comparative Political Studies 37, 10:1184-1212.

  29. Colin Crouch and Henry Farrell (2004), “Breaking the Path of Institutional Development: Alternatives to the New Determinism in Political Economy,” Rationality and Society, 16, 1:5-43 (2004). Earlier version available as a Max-Planck Discussion Paper, Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Society, Cologne, Germany.

  30. Henry Farrell (2003), “Constructing the International Foundations of E-Commerce: The EU-US Safe Harbor Arrangement,” International Organization, 57, 2: 277-306.

  31. Henry Farrell and Jack Knight (2003), “Trust, Institutions and Institutional Evolution: Industrial Districts and the Social Capital Hypothesis,” Politics and Society, 31, 4:537-556.

  32. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2003), “Formal and Informal Institutions under Codecision: Continuous Constitution-Building in Europe,” Governance, 16, 4:577-600.

  33. Henry Farrell (2002), “Hybrid Institutions and the Law: Interface Solutions or Outlaw Arrangements?,” Zeitschrift für Rechtssoziologie, 23, 1:25-40.

  34. Gregory Flynn and Henry Farrell (1999), “Piecing Together the Democratic Peace: The CSCE, Norms and the ‘Construction’ of Security in Post-Cold War Europe,” International Organization, 53, 3:505-35 (1999).

Chapters in Edited Volumes

  1. Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore, “Global Institutions without a Global State,” Oxford Handbook on Historical Institutionalism, eds. Orfeo Fioretos, Tulia Falletti and Adam Sheingate (Oxford University Press: 2016). Also published in Orfeo Fioretos, International Politics and Institutions in Time (Oxford University Press: 2017).

  2. Henry Farrell and Cosma Shalizi, “Cognitive Democracy,” Youth, New Media and Political Participation eds. Danielle Allen and Jennifer Light (Chicago University Press: 2015).

  3. Henry Farrell, “Social Institutions among Economists in the Wake of the Financial Crisis,” in Economy and Society in Europe: A Relationship in Crisis eds. Luigi Burroni, Maarten Keune and Gugliemo Mardi (Edward Elgar: 2012).

  4. Henry Farrell, “Constructing Mid-Range Theories of Trust: The Role of Institutions,” Whom Can We Trust? How Groups, Networks, and Institutions Make Trust Possible (the Capstone volume of the Russell Sage Foundation project on Trust) eds. Karen Cook, Russell Hardin and Margaret Levi, Russell Sage Foundation: 2009).

  5. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier, “The Invisible Transformation of the Co-decision Procedure: Problems of Democratic Legitimacy,” Institutional Challenges in Post-Constitutional Europe: Governing Change eds. Catherine Moury and Luis de Sousa (Routledge: 2009).

  6. Henry Farrell, “Socialist Surrealism: China Miéville’s New Crobuzon Novels,” New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction eds. Donald Hassler and Clyde Wilcox (University of South Carolina Press: 2008).

  7. Henry Farrell “Privacy in the Digital Age: States, Private Actors and Hybrid Arrangements in Governing Global Electronic Networks: International Perspectives on Power and Policy, eds. William Drake and Ernest Wilson (The MIT Press: 2008).

  8. Henry Farrell, “Transnational Actors and the Transatlantic Relationship in E-Commerce – The Negotiation of the Safe Harbor Arrangement,” Creating a Transatlantic Marketplace, ed. Michelle Egan (Manchester University Press: 2005).

  9. Henry Farrell, “The Political Economy of the Internet and E-Commerce,” in Political Economy and the Changing Global Order (third edition), eds. Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey R.D. Underhill (Oxford: 2005).

  10. Henry Farrell and Ann-Louise Holten, “Collective Goods in the Local Economy: The Packaging Machinery Cluster in Bologna,” Local Production Systems in Europe: Reconstruction and Innovation, ed. Colin Crouch, Patrick Le Galès, Carlo Trigilia and Helmut Voelzkow (Oxford University Press, 2004).

  11. Henry Farrell, “Trust, Distrust, and Power” in Distrust, ed. Russell Hardin (Russell Sage Foundation, 2004).

  12. Henry Farrell, “Negotiating Privacy across Arenas – The EU-US ‘Safe Harbor’ Discussions,” in Common Goods: Reinventing European and International Governance, ed. Adrienne Hèritier (Rowman and Littlefield: 2002).

  13. Colin Crouch and Henry Farrell, “Great Britain: Falling Through the Holes in the Network Concept,” in Local Production Systems in Europe: Rise or Demise?, ed. Colin Crouch et al. (Oxford University Press), 2001. Italian translation published in I sistemi di produzione locale in Europa (Il Mulino 2004).

Non-Academic Articles, Reports and Review Essays

Henry Farrell, “Is a “No Deal” Brexit Still Avoidable? Why the Irish Border Remains a Stumbling Block for Negotiations,” Foreign Affairs (online), November 20, 2018.

Henry Farrell and Bruce Schneier, “Information Attacks on Democracies,” Lawfare, November 15, 2018.

Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore, “Hypocrisy is a Useful Tool in Foreign Affairs. Trump is Too Crude to Play the Game,” Washington Post, November 5, 2018.

Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, “The Wrong Way to Punish Iran,” The New York Times, November 1, 2018.

Henry Farrell, “The New Economy’s Old Business Model is Dead,” Foreign Policy, July 2018.

Henry Farrell, “The “Intellectual Dark Web,” Explained: What Jordan Peterson Has in Common with the Alt-Right,” Vox.com, May 10, 2018.

Henry Farrell, Margaret Levi and Tim O’Reilly, “Mark Zuckerberg Runs a Nation-State, and He’s The King,” Vox.com, April 10, 2018.

Henry Farrell, “Northern Ireland’s Brexit Problem,’ Foreign Affairs (online), March 29, 2018.

Henry Farrell and Rick Perlstein, “Our Hackable Political FutureThe New York Times, February 4, 2018.

Henry Farrell, “American Democracy is an Easy Target,” Foreign Policy (online) January 17, 2018.

Henry Farrell, “Philip K. Dick and the Fake Humans,” Boston Review Global Dystopias (edited by Junot Diaz).

Henry Farrell, “Saving Democratic Institutions from Corrupting Markets,” Cato Unbound.

Henry Farrell, “How Facebook Stymies Social Science,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 19, 2017.

Henry Farrell, “This Year’s Economics Nobel winner Invented a Tool That’s Both Brilliant and Undemocratic,” Vox.com, October 16, 2017.

Henry Farrell, “Revolutionary Possibility (on China Mieville’s October),” Jacobin (online), September 25, 2017.

Henry Farrell, “Brexit and the Northern Irish Border,” Foreign Affairs (online), September 4, 2017.

Henry Farrell and Steve Teles,“When Politics Drives Scholarship,” The Boston Review, August 2017.

Henry Farrell and Steven Teles,“Even the Intellectual Left is Drawn to Conspiracy Theories about the Right. Resist Them,” Vox.com, July 14, 2017.

Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore,“Trump’s No Hypocrite: And That’s Bad News for the International Order,” Foreign Affairs (website), May 30, 2017.

Henry Farrell, “Facebook and Falsehood,” Chronicle of Higher Education, January 15, 2017.

Henry Farrell, “Disunited Kingdom,” Democracy, January 2017.

Henry Farrell, “How the Twilight of the Elites Explains Trump’s Appeal,’ Vox.com, October 13, 2016.

Henry Farrell, “Globalized Green Lanternism,” Global Summitry, July 2016.

Henry Farrell, “The Irish Question: The Consequences of Brexit,” Foreign Affairs (website), June 28, 2016.

Henry Farrell, “The Panama Papers and Thomas Piketty: How the Leak May Transform Politics,” Foreign Affairs (website), April 22, 2016.

Henry Farrell, “Bitcoin is Losing the Midas Touch,” Financial Times, March 9, 2016.

Henry Farrell, “Called Out: The Global Consequences of Apple’s Fight with the FBI,” Foreign Affairs (website), March 7, 2016. Henry Farrell, “Here Be Dragons,” Lawfare (February 2016).

Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, “The Transatlantic Data War: Europe Fights Back against the NSA,” Foreign Affairs (January/February 2016).

Henry Farrell, “Promoting Norms for Cyberspace,” Council on Foreign Relations Cyber Brief (April 2015).

Henry Farrell, “Dark Leviathan: On the High Seas of the Hidden Internet,” Aeon (February 2015).

Henry Farrell, “Ireland’s Cold War,’ The Boston Review (November/December 2014).

Henry Farrell, “Big Brother’s Liberal Friends,” The National Interest (November/December 2014).

Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, “Forget Me Not: What the EU’s New Internet Privacy Ruling Means for the United States,” Foreign Affairs (2014, website only).

Michael Cohen, Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore, “Hypocrisy Hype(debate),” Foreign Affairs (March/April 2014).

Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore, “The End of Hypocrisy,” Foreign Affairs (Nov/Dec 2013).

Henry Farrell, “The Tech Intellectuals,” Democracy Issue 30 (Fall 2013).

Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, “Senseless Spying: The National Security Agency’s Self-Defeating Espionage Against the EU,” Foreign Affairs (2013, website only).

Henry Farrell, “Half Poulantzas, Half Kindleberger,” Jacobin.

Henry Farrell, “There is No AlternativeAeon, April 2013.

Henry Farrell, “Slaves of Defunct Economists: Why Politicians Pursue Austerity Policies That Never Work,” The Washington Monthly, March/April 2013.

Henry Farrell, “Tom Coburn Doesn’t Like Political Science,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 22, 2013.

Henry Farrell, “A More Imperfect Union: On the European Central Bank,” The Nation, December 4, 2012.

Sean Aday, Henry Farrell, Marc Lynch, John Sides and Deen Freelon, “Blogs and Bullets II: New Media and Conflict after the Arab Spring,” United States Institute of Peace.

Henry Farrell, “Zoned (On the European Union),” The Nation, December 6, 2011.

Henry Farrell and Cosma Shalizi, “Do the Right Thing,” New Scientist, November 5 2011. Reprinted as “Nudge No More,” Slate, November 12, 2011.

Henry Farrell and John Quiggin, “Can the European Union Be Saved?,” The Daily Beast, October 4 2011.

Henry Farrell, “Bubble Trouble,” The American Prospect, August 2011.

Henry Farrell and John Quiggin, “How to Save the Euro – and the EU: Reading Keynes in Brussels,” Foreign Affairs May/June 2011.

Henry Farrell, “Into the Breach: China Miéville’s Other Reality,” The Boston Review, April 2011.

Henry Farrell, “The State of Statelessness,” The American Interest, January/February 2011.

Henry Farrell and John Sides, “Building a Political Science Public Sphere with Blogs,” The Forum 8, 3, Article 10, 2010.

Sean Aday, Henry Farrell, Marc Lynch, John Sides, John Kelly and Ethan Zuckerman, “Blogs and Bullets: New Media in Contentious Politics,” United States Institute of Peace.

Henry Farrell,“A More Perfect Union,” Democracy, Fall 2010.

Henry Farrell, “Reading Milton Friedman in Dublin,” The Washington Monthly, May/June 2010.

Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman,“European Parliament Takes a Stand,” Foreign Policy (online), February 26, 2010.

Henry Farrell,“Do The Netroots Matter?,” The American Prospect, July/August 2009.

Henry Farrell, “Can Partisanship Save Citizenship?,” The American Prospect, January 2009.

Henry Farrell, Balancing National Security and Commerce: Information Politics in the New Transatlantic Agenda. Report for the German Marshall Fund, March 2008.

Henry Farrell, “Underworlds (Review Essay on Roberto Saviano’s Gomorrah)”, The Nation (December 10 2007).

Henry Farrell, “Bloggers and Parties: Can the Netroots Reshape American Democracy?,” The Boston Review (September/October 2006).

Henry Farrell, “Privacy in Europe Suffers in Terror War,” The Financial Times op-ed page, July 2 2006,

Daniel W. Drezner and Henry Farrell, “ Web of Influence,” Foreign Policy, November 2004.

Henry Farrell, “The Blogosphere as a Carnival of Ideas,” Chronicle of Higher Education, October 7, 2005. Reprinted in The Australian Higher Education Supplement.

Henry Farrell, “Remaking Fantasy: China Miéville’s New Crobuzon Novels,” N+1 (online).

Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier The Invisible Transformation of the Co-decision Procedure: Problems of Democratic Legitimacy. Report for SIEPS Foundation, 2004.

Non-Academic Book Reviews

Henry Farrell, “Digital Vertigo:How Today’s Online Social Revolution is Dividing, Diminishing, and Disorienting Us,” Times Higher Education July 2012.

Henry Farrell, “The Offensive Internet: Speech, Privacy and Reputation”, Times Higher Education February 2011.

Henry Farrell, “The Net Delusion: How Not to Liberate the World,” Times Higher Education, February 2011.

Henry Farrell, “A Better Pencil: Reading, Writing and the Digital Revolution,” Times Higher Education, January 21 2010.

Henry Farrell, “Book of the week: Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age,” Times Higher Education October 8 2009.

Henry Farrell, “The Myth of Digital Democracy,” Times Higher Education June 25 2009.

Academic Book Reviews

Review Essay (2006), ‘Trust in Organizations: Dilemmas and Approaches,’ eds. Roderick M. Kramer and Karen S. Cook. American Journal of Psychology 119, 4, 685-689.

Review (2005) of Amy Verdun and Erik Jones, ‘The Political Economy of European Integration: Theory and Analysis,’ Governance 19,4 677-679.

Workshops and Online Seminars

MacArthur Network Workshops on Collective Cognition: Bringing Together Machine Learnng and Political Theory, organized with Cosma Shalizi 2015-2016.

Workshop on the New Institutionalisms and Change, co-organized with Alec Stone Sweet and Neil Fligstein, June 21-22, 2002.

Workshop on Historical Institutionalism and International Relations. Organized with Abraham Newman and Orfeo Fioretos, Temple University, October 27 2006.

Workshop on Historical Institutionalism and International Relations. Organized with Abraham Newman, April 14 2007.

APSA 2008 Panel on Rick Perlstein’s Nixonland (with contributions from Paul Krugman, Nolan McCarty, Paul Pierson and Eric Rauchway).

Online seminars organized on:

Dani Rodrik’s “One Economics, Many Recipes”

Sheri Berman’s “The Primacy of Politics”, republished in translation by the Monthly Review, Greek edition, March 2007.

Yochai Benkler’s “The Wealth of Networks.”

What’s the Deal with Deutschland?. Seminar organized by Mark Blyth and Abraham Newman, edited and published by Henry Farrell.

Also other non-academic texts.

Participant in Cato Unbound seminar on Nancy Rosenblum’s work on partisanship.

MacArthur Foundation Network on Opening Governance Workshops on Collective Intelligence between Politics and Machine Learning, co-organized with Cosma Shalizi, 2015-2016.

Invited Presentations

“The Reversal of the US-led Liberal Information Order,” University of Massachusetts at Amherst, October 5, 2018.

“Weaponized Interdependence,” presented with Abraham Newman at Johns Hopkins SAIS, April 17, 2018.

“John Dewey as Prophet of Interdependence,” presented at University of Denver Sie Center, March 7, 2018.

“Europe’s Future,” keynote presentation at annual meeting of the Tocqueville Society, Paris, June 29, 2017.

“Charting the New Interdependence Approach,” presented at Princeton University, October 14, 2013.

“The Eurozone Crisis, Where It Came From, Why It’s Important and What It Might Do,” presented at Wayne State University Law School, October 18, 2011.

“Evolutionary Theory and the Dynamics of Institutional Change,” presented at Johns Hopkins University, October 5, 2011.

“Evolution, Cognition and Institutional Change,” presented at Stanford University, April 15 2011.

“The Political Influence of Economic Ideas: Battles over Keynesianism 2008-2010,” presented at Princeton University Department of Political Science, March 3, 2011.

“The Political Science of Blogs: New Research Directions,” presented at American University, October 1, 2010.

“Trust and Institutional Compliance,” presented at Washington University at St Louis Dept. of Political Science, November 17 2006.

“Regulating Information Flows: State-Private Actor Relations in the Governance of E-Commerce,” presented in the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, April 12, 2006.

“Regulating Information Flows: Domestic Sources of State Power and the Role of State-Private Actor Relations,” presented at Georgetown University, Mortara Center for International Affairs Seminar Series in International Relations, March 3, 2005.

“The Invisible Transformation of the Co-decision Procedure: Problems of Democratic Legitimacy,” with Adrienne Héritier. Presented at the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, Stockholm, June 2, 2003.

“Trust and Political Economy: Comparing the Effects of Institutions on Inter-Firm Cooperation.” Presented at the Workshop on Political Theory, University of Indiana at Bloomington, April 1, 2002.

“Trust and Political Economy: Comparing the Effects of Institutions on Inter-Firm Cooperation.” Paper presented at the Center for the Study of the New Institutional Social Science, Washington University (St. Louis), Feb 15, 2001.

Grants

USD 50,000 MacArthur Foundation grant (as part of Opening Governance network award).

USD 300,000 Democracy Foundation grant (for Monkey Cage, co-administered with John Sides). Renewed for 2016.

USD 150,000 MacArthur Foundation grant (as part of Opening Governance network award).

USD 70,000 USIP grant (co-administered with Sean Aday, Marc Lynch and John Sides)

USD 15,000 CIBER grant, awarded for a project on institutions and private actors, April 2007.

USD 115,000 grant from the Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies for a project examining conflicts over competences in the European Union. Codirected with Adrienne Héritier (European University Institute).

University Service

Member of Dean’s Council, Elliott School of International Affairs, 2018-

International Relations Field Chair, Department of Political Science, 20180-.

Member of Dean’s Council, Elliott School of International Affairs, 2010-2015.

Member of Gamow Prize Committee, 2009-2010 academic year.

Member of Gamow Prize Committee, 2008-2009 academic year.

Member of Policy Research Scholar selection committee, 2007-2008 academic year.

Member of Gamow Prize Committee, 2007-2008 academic year.

Member of University Information Technology Committee, 2006-

Member of Gamow Prize Committee, 2006-2007 academic year.

Member of Gamow Prize Committee, 2005-2006 academic year.

Disciplinary representative for political science, Division of Social Sciences, University of Toronto at Scarborough, Fall, 2003. Duties included curriculum preparation, oversight of courses, allocation of resources.

Undergraduate student advisor for political science, and for public policy co-operative program, Division of Social Sciences, University of Toronto at Scarborough, Fall, 2003.

External Recognition and Disciplinary Service

Board member, International Studies Quarterly, 2014-

Member, Peter Mair Prize Award Committee 2012-2014.

Associate Editor, Research and Politics 2013-2017.

Co-chair (with Nicholas Lemann), Social Science Research Council Committee on Digital Knowledge.

International Correspondent, Stato e Mercato, 2012-

Associate Editor, Perspectives on Politics, 2011-2018 .

Member of Executive Council, Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics, 2010-2014.

Member of International Board, Review of International Political Economy

Co-editor (2008-2010), Government and Policy.

Section Chair, International Political Economy, American Political Science Association Meeting 2005 (Washington DC).

Languages

Italian, French, German.

Sundry

Co-founder of Crooked Timber, a popular academic weblog (http://www.crookedtimber.org).

Associate Editor, The Monkey Cage, a political science weblog at the Washington Post. Winner of ‘The Week’ Award for Blog of the Year, 2011.

Foo Camp participant 2009.