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Institute for Political Science
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Prof. Brigitte YOUNG, Ph.D.

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Professorship for Political Science and International/Comparative Political Economy

(with consideration of Feminist Economy)

 


office hours in summerterm 2010 (room 308):

  • Mo 13-14:00

Fields of Expertise

Globalization and Global Governance, World Economy, International Political Economy, Financial Markets, World Trade and Multilateralism, Feminist Macroeconomics (Trade – Finance – Social Reproduction).

Short Biography

Brigitte Young is professor of International/Comparative Political Economy, Institute of Political Science, University of Muenster, Germany since 1999. She studied International Political Economy at the University of California and received her PhD at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Professor Young taught at the Otto-Suhr Institute, Free University of Berlin from 1997-99. From 1994/95 she was Research Associate at the Centre for German and European Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C, and from 1991-97 Professor at Wesleyan University, Connecticut. In 2000-2002 she was appointed as Expert Advisor to the high-level Enquete-Commission of the German Parliament on “Globalization of the World Economy - Challenges and Responses”. She is a member of the Network of Excellence, funded by the EU-6. Framework Program, “Global Governance, Regionalisation, and Regulation: The Role of the EU” (GARNET). She chairs the sections “Gender in Political Economy” (GIPE), and the “Virtual Network” of the Network of Excellence. She is on the Management Board of the NoE and is also a member of many international advisory boards. She is also a member of the Editorial Board of Global Governance and International Feminist Journal of Politics, as well as co-editor with Prof. Dr. Uta Ruppert (Frankfurt/Main) of the NOMOS-Series (Baden-Baden) Feminist and Critical Political Economy and co-editor with Hans Jürgen Bieling (University Marburg), Oliver Kessler (University Bielefeld) and Andreas Noelke (University Frankfurt) of the book series Global Political Economy VS-Verlag (Wiesbaden).

In 2007 Brigitte Young was appointed to the „Warwick Commission on the Future of the Global Trade Regime” with twelve international experts in trade and global governance. Hon. Pierre Pettigrew, former Canadian Minister for Trade and Foreign Affairs, is the chair of the Warwick Commission.

Her research areas include globalization and global governance; transformation of the world economy, trade and financial markets; trade and multilateralism, International political economy, feminist macroeconomics.

She just completed a manuscript entitled A Political Economic Analysis of Trade in Services (GATS). Gender in China and EU (in German) Baden-Baden: Nomos (2007). Her current research project focuses on multilateralism and multilevel governance in trade and finance.

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