2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
His primary scientific interests are in Financial crisis, Financial regulation, Finance, Political economy and Market economy. His Financial crisis research focuses on Speculation and how it connects with Derivatives market, Futures contract and Financialization. His Financial regulation research integrates issues from Transnational governance and Hedge fund.
Finance is closely attributed to Capital in his work. His work deals with themes such as International political economy, Nationalism, Public policy, Scholarship and International finance, which intersect with Political economy. His research in the fields of Deregulation overlaps with other disciplines such as Perspective.
Eric Helleiner mainly focuses on Political economy, Finance, Financial crisis, International political economy and Economy. His research investigates the connection between Political economy and topics such as Globalization that intersect with problems in Ideology. His research in Corporate governance, Financial market, Global financial system and Order are components of Finance.
The concepts of his Financial market study are interwoven with issues in Market economy and Capital market. His Financial crisis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as International finance, Financial regulation and Public administration. His Economy research incorporates elements of Economic history and Negotiation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Political economy, Economic nationalism, International political economy, Scholarship and Economic history. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Normative, Haya and Negotiation. His Economic nationalism study incorporates themes from Epistemology and Meaning.
Eric Helleiner has included themes like National Policy and History of economic thought in his International political economy study. The Scholarship study combines topics in areas such as Developmentalism, Intellectual history, Globalization, Ideology and Financial crisis. His study brings together the fields of History of China and Economic history.
Political economy, Credit rating, Structural power, Financial system and Currency are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Eric Helleiner examines in his Political economy study include International political economy and Economic nationalism. His research on Currency frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Liberian dollar.
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States and the Reemergence of Global Finance: From Bretton Woods to the 1990s
The Making of National Money: Territorial Currencies in Historical Perspective
The Status Quo Crisis: Global Financial Governance After the 2008 Meltdown
OUP Catalogue (2014)
Subprime catalyst: Financial regulatory reform and the strengthening of US carbon market governance
Eric Helleiner;Jason Thistlethwaite.
Regulation & Governance (2013)
Explaining the globalization of financial markets: Bringing states back in
Review of International Political Economy (1995)
Understanding the 2007–2008 Global Financial Crisis: Lessons for Scholars of International Political Economy
Annual Review of Political Science (2011)
A Bretton Woods moment? The 2007–2008 crisis and the future of global finance
International Affairs (2010)
Economic Nationalism as a Challenge to Economic Liberalism? Lessons from the 19th Century
International Studies Quarterly (2002)
The End of an Era in International Financial Regulation? A Postcrisis Research Agenda
Eric Helleiner;Stefano Pagliari.
International Organization (2011)
Forgotten Foundations of Bretton Woods: International Development and the Making of the Postwar Order
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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