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Pagina web personala: http://www.bu.edu/pardeeschool/faculty/alphabetical/cornel-ban/
Nascut(a) in: 1973
Interese: economie politica internationala
Assistant Professor of International Relations. (BA/JD Babes-Bolyai University; PhD, University of Maryland)
Specialization: International Economic Organizations, Economic Ideas and Economic Policy, The Political Economy of Crises and Transitions, Varieties of Capitalism, Europe, Brazil.
Cornel Ban is the author of several peer-reviewed articles on Brazil’s liberal neo-developmentalist political economy (Review of International Political Economy), sovereign debt crises and austerity in authoritarian regimes (East European Politics and Societies), the economic aspects of transnational migration (International Migration) and the diffusion of German economic ideas in Spain (History of Economic Ideas). He co-edited a special issue on the Washington Consensus in the BRICS (in Review of International Political Economy) and is co-editing a special issue on the crisis politics and economics of the International Monetary Fund (for Governance). Ban is currently completing a book manuscript on the political economy of crises, with a focus on the role of economic ideas and the interaction between international and domestic actors.
* Cornel Ban, “Heinrich von Stackelberg and the Diffusion of Ordoliberal Economics in Franco’s Spain,” , History of Economic Ideas, December, 2012.
* Cornel Ban and Mark Blyth, .“The BRICs and the Washington Consensus” , Review of International Political Economy, Spring, 2013.
* Cornel Ban, “Sovereign Debt, Austerity and Regime Change: The Case of Nicolae Ceausescu’s Romania,” , East European Politics and Societies, December, 2012.
* Cornel Ban, .“Economic Transnationalism and its Ambiguities: Romanian Migration to Italy”, , International Migration, 2012.
* Cornel Ban, “Brazil’s Liberal Neo-Developmentalism: Edited Orthodoxy or New Policy Paradigm?” , Review of International Political Economy, spring, 2013.
* Cornel Ban and Kevin Gallagher, “Recalibrating Policy Orthodoxy: The IMF since the Great Recession," , Governance, 2014.
* Cornel Ban, “Austerity versus Stimulus? Explaining Change on Fiscal Policy at the International Monetary Fund since the Great Recession", Governance, 2014.