Ban’s Ruling Ideas Wins 2017 IPEG Book Prize
Prof. Cornel Ban’s Ruling Ideas: How Global Neoliberalism Goes Local has been named the winner of the 2017 International Political Economy Group Book Prize.
Ban’s Ruling Ideas Makes IPEG Book Prize Short List
Prof. Cornel Ban’s Ruling Ideas was named to the short list for the 2017 International Political Economy Group Book Prize.
Ban Publishes Article on Blind Spots in Shadow Banking
Prof. Cornel Ban discusses how the international regulatory regime seems to be returning to a benign view of financial innovation despite systematic risks.
Ban’s Ruling Ideas Reviewed by EU Visions
Prof. Cornel Ban’s book Ruling Ideas: How Global Neoliberalism Goes Local was recently reviewed by EU Visions.
Ban Publishes on Political Economy of Shadow Banking
Prof. Cornel Ban’s article was published in the Review of International Political Economy.
Ban Publishes Journal Paper on Shadow Banking
Prof. Cornel Ban discusses who controls global policy debates on shadow banking regulation.
BtH: Town Hall on Inauguration and What Lies Ahead
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a town hall discussion on the Inauguration of President Donald Trump and what lies ahead.
Ban Publishes Op-Ed on Romania and Right-Wing Populism
Prof. Cornel Ban discusses why Romania is immune to illiberal populism and why the country was not engulfed by the region’s right-wing populist wave
Ban Publishes in INET on Trump and Neoliberalism
Prof. Cornel Ban discusses whether the election of Donald Trump will bring an end to neoliberalism.
Ban Presents on Transparency and Accountability of EIB
Prof. Cornel Ban presented at a recent conference on transparency and accountability at the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Ban Speaks at Conference on Hierarchies of Money
Prof. Cornel Ban spoke at a recent conference on the hierarchies of money and shadow banking.
GEGI Holds Annual Retreat
The retreat included planning for the upcoming year and discussion of two papers the initiative is currently working on for UNCTAD.
Faculty Book Talk: Cornel Ban Discusses Ruling Ideas
Prof. Cornel Ban delivered the first installment of the 2016 Faculty Book Talk Series.
Cornel Ban Publishes New Book Ruling Ideas
Ban will discuss Ruling Ideas during the first installation of the Pardee School Faculty Book Talk Series on Monday, September 19.
Ban Publishes Research Paper in JCMS
Pardee School Professor Cornel Ban published an article in the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS).
Ban, Schmidt on FA “Brain Trust” and Greece
Cornel Ban and Vivien Schmidt were invited to weigh in on Greece’s culpability in its recent economic crisis by the magazine Foreign Affairs.
Ban in HuffPo: Trouble in the Eurozone
Pardee School Professor Cornel Ban said that the recent travails of Greece meant that nations that were considering adopting the Euro, such as Romania, are carefully weighing their options.
Ban in Bloomberg: Austerity Insight Too Late
A rethinking at the IMF about the value of austerity measures for cash-strapped nations might have come too late for Greece.
Ban Talks Austerity in D. C. and Paris
Pardee School Professor Cornel Ban traveled to Washington, D.C. and Paris to present research on the European debt crisis.
Ban: The Wake of Communism
The standard of living in countries that were part of the Eastern Bloc of the Soviet Union is wildly different. Cornel Ban unpacks the implications for global policy.