Economics and Globalization Experts
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Boston College
The recurring theme in my work is the origin and political impact of economic ideas. My 1996 article in the American Sociological Review, entitled "A True American System of Finance: Frame Resonance in the U.S. Labor Movement, 1866-1896," analyzed 19th century labor movement rhetoric concerning the problems of the American working class, focusing on conflict between "greenbacker" ideology and expe...
Director, Global Financial Integrity, Center for International Policy
Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Journalist in Residence, Global Economy and Development Program, The Brookings Institution
independent author and journalist
assistant secretary, Regulatory Cooperation Council Secretariat, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
Jonathan Caverley is an assistant professor of political science at Northwestern University, where he co-chairs the Working Group on Security Studies at the Roberta Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies. Professor Caverley previously served as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy and as an Assistant Professor of Naval Science at Northwestern University, where he taught undergrad...
Staff Writer, The Christian Science Monitor
Migration Policy Institute
General Counsel, Cisco China, Cisco Systems Inc.
ExpertiseTechnology licensing; intellectual property law