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Michael Lee

Professor

Office: 1703A HW
Phone:212-396-6588
Email: michael.lee@hunter.cuny.edu

Areas of Specialization:

International Relations
Internatonal Political Economy (politics of finanical crises, political economy of foreign policy)
International Security (causes of war, geography and war)
Quantitative Research Methodology

Recent Courses:

PolSc 270: Intro to International Relations
PolSc 275: Politics of the Global Economy
PolSc 278: International Organizations
PolSc 373: Politics of Finance
PolSc 376: International Political Economy

Education:

Ph.D., Indiana University, 2012
B.A., University of Toronto, 2006

Recent Publications:

Articles:


2017. "Multiple Baskets: Diverse Racial Frames and the 2016 Repulbican Primary", New Political Science, 39(4)

2016. “Going Beyond the Existing Consensus: The Use of Games in International Relations Education,” with Zachary Shirkey , PS: Political Science,  50(2): 571-575

2016. “How many lightbulbs does it take to change the financial system? Economic Ideas and Financial Regulation, 1846-2007” in British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18: 868-888

2016. "Formal and Informal International Institutions and the Regulation of the Flow of Money" in Compendium Project, International Studies Association, (forthcoming)

Book chapters

2017. What do we know about Global Financial Crises? Putting Economics and IPE in conversation, in William R. Thompson, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.

2017. "Major Powers vs. Global Powers: A New Measure of Global Reach and Power Projection Capacity", in  William R. Thompson, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. New York: Oxford University Press. (forthcoming, with William Thompson)

2014. "The Gnomes of Zurich Meet the Dogs of War: Financial Leadership and Regulation, 1850-2013" in Thomas Oatley and William Winecoff, eds., Research Handbook on International Political Economy of Monetary Relations, 364-388, Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

2009. "Falling Down: An Empirical Test of Dynamic Differentials Theory 1500-1999" in William Thompson, ed., Systemic Transitions: Past, Present and Future, 75-100, New York: Palgrave Macmillan