My research examines comparative regionalism in Europe, North America and Asia with a focus on implications for the international system and multinational corporations. My authored books include, Liberal Protectionism, International Debt Threat, Debt Games, Le Renseignement Stratégique d'Entreprise, Une Nouvelle Approche des Phénomènes Sociaux, and I have edited or co-edited Institutional Designs for a Complex World, Asia-Pacific Crossroads, Winning in Asia: European Style, Winning in Asia: Japanese Style, Winning in Asia: U.S. Style, Sovereign Debt Management, European Union Trade Strategies, The Strategic Dynamics of Latin American Trade, Bilateral Trade Agreements in the Asia Pacific, Asia’s New Institutional Architecture, Northeast Asia: Ripe for Integration?, Trade Policy in the Asia-Pacific, Responding to a Resurgent Russia, and Linking Trade and Security.
With IES funding via its Jean Monnet Center grant, I recently co-edited a journal special issue of Business and Politics on TTIP which is forthcoming in 2017. The special issue reprises in part analytical insights from the proceedings of the Transatlantic Seminar: Unpacking TTIP Negotiations as part of the AGORA Forum in Advocacy Governmental Organizations and Research Networks Associated that took place on the 16th, 17th and 19th of October 2015 in Brussels, Belgium.