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About this Fellow

The comparative political economy of the developed democracies; the study of European politics and public policy-making; comparative institutional analysis and problems of social inequality

Website: https://scholar.harvard.edu/hall/biocv

Appointments

Current post

  • Krupp Foundation Professor of European Studies, Harvard University

Other Political Studies: Political Theory, Government and International Relations Fellows

Professor Ted Marmor

The comparative study of welfare state politics and policy, with special emphasis on medical care and pension issues in North America and Western Europe

Professor Richard Little

International Relations theory; historiography; Realism and English school thinking; intervention into civil wars; the balance of power; the historical evolution of the international society

Professor Robert Keohane

Theories of asymmetrical interdependence and international cooperation; transnational relations; the role of multilateral institutions in world politics; accountability and legitimacy in global governance; qualitative research methods

Professor David Soskice

Varieties of capitalism; political economy of macroeconomics; advanced capitalism and democratic politics; political economy of crime, punishment and inequality