Andrew F. Cooper focuses on Diplomacy, Public administration, Development economics, Political economy and State. He does research in Diplomacy, focusing on Middle power specifically. His research in Public administration intersects with topics in Promotion and Global citizenship.
His studies deal with areas such as Regionalism, Mediation, Order and China as well as Development economics. His work in China addresses subjects such as Human development, which are connected to disciplines such as International relations. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Power, Global governance, World order and Economy.
Andrew F. Cooper mainly focuses on Political economy, Diplomacy, Global governance, Public administration and Economy. The concepts of his Political economy study are interwoven with issues in Sovereignty, State, Multilateralism, Foreign policy and Democracy. His work investigates the relationship between Democracy and topics such as Development economics that intersect with problems in China.
His research integrates issues of Globalization and Media studies in his study of Diplomacy. Andrew F. Cooper has researched Global governance in several fields, including Legitimacy and Economic system. Andrew F. Cooper interconnects Global health and Government in the investigation of issues within Public administration.
His primary areas of study are Political economy, Diplomacy, Global governance, Development economics and Politics. His Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Corporate governance, Public diplomacy, China, Power and Legitimacy. His Diplomacy research includes themes of Collective action, Economy, Economic system, Populism and Normative.
The study incorporates disciplines such as International relations, Economic geography and Public administration in addition to Global governance. His study looks at the intersection of Public administration and topics like Foreign policy with Economic history and Privilege. His work deals with themes such as Democracy promotion, Democracy, Middle power and Globality, which intersect with Development economics.
His main research concerns Political economy, Diplomacy, International relations, Development economics and Economic system. His Political economy research incorporates elements of Insider, Global governance and China. His Diplomacy research includes elements of Global politics, Practice theory, Public administration, Collective action and Economy.
The International relations study which covers Foreign policy that intersects with National interest and Institutional architecture. He combines subjects such as Middle power, BRIC, International trade, Framing and Index with his study of Development economics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Incentive, Institutional structure, Product innovation and Institutionalisation.
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Relocating Middle Powers: Australia and Canada in a Changing World Order
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Richard A. Higgott;Kim Richard Nossal.
Middle power leadership and coalition building: Australia, the Cairns Group, and the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations
Richard A. Higgott;Andrew Fenton Cooper.
International Organization (1990)
The G20 as an improvised crisis committee and/or a contested ‘steering committee’ for the world
Andrew F. Cooper.
International Affairs (2010)
The diplomacies of small states : between vulnerability and resilience
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Timothy M. Shaw.
Rising States, Rising Institutions: Challenges for Global Governance
Alan S. Alexandroff;Andrew F. Cooper.
The Oxford handbook of modern diplomacy
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Jorge Heine;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
The Group of Twenty (G20)
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Ramesh Chandra Thakur.
Bound to Follow? Leadership and Followership in the Gulf Conflict
Andrew Fenton Cooper;Richard A. Higgot;Kim Richard Nossal.
Political Science Quarterly (1991)
Foreign Policy Strategies of Emerging Powers in a Multipolar World: an introductory review
Andrew F Cooper;Daniel Flemes.
Third World Quarterly (2013)
Emerging Powers in Global Governance: Lessons from the Heiligendamm Process
Andrew F. Cooper.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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