I have taught European and world politics, markets, and business in the various MBA, PhD, Executive Development and Company Specific programs offered at the INSEAD, CEDEP, Euro-Asia Center and Singapore campus. In addition to using case studies and lectures, I have regularly been called upon to lecture on current affairs, and as a consultant to governments and corporations.I have four major research areas: Global Politics, Transition Economies, International and Comparative Political Economy, and European Integration. My approach links public policy, corporate strategy, and markets in a global business setting. I also study the dynamics of change in the state system, within states, and in corporations and markets. My last three books deal with comparative financial systems, corporate governance and monetary union in the EU; transition in the global political economy; and the transformation of China, and what that spells for business.
A short cv
Things I have posted recently
- Tommy Robinson: the product of official cowardice.
- Whitehall and Westminster will not, do not want, and cannot deliver the result of the June 23, 2016 referendum.
- Is it Trump or the EU that is swapping big ideas for bad ideas?
- America and the World: Part II. American century or Asian century?
- You’re wrong, Matthew Parris: sovereignty is worth more than a sneer.