Inaugural lecture by John L. Campbell
Title: "The Myth of Globalization and Neoliberalism: Lessons from Denmark for George Bush"
Tuesday April 5th 2005, at 2 p.m.
Danisco Auditoret S.07
Solbjerg Plads 3, Frederiksberg
John L. Campbell is the Class of 1925 Professor in the Department of Sociology at Dartmouth College and Adjunct Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology).
His work includes
Collapse of an Industry: Nuclear Power and the Contradicitions of U.S. Policy (Cornell University Press, 1988),
Governance of the American Economy (Cambridge University Press, 1991),
Legacies of Change: Transformations of East European Economies (Aldine de Gruyterm 1997), and
The Rise of Neoliberalism and Institutional Analysis (Princeton University Press, 2001). His latest book,
Insitutional Change and Globalization (Princeton University Press, 2004) is about the problems with institutional analysis in sociology and political science. He is currently finishing a project about the Danish political economy's success in the 1990s. It will be published as
National Identity and a Variety of Capitalism: Lessons from Denmark (McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006). His area of expertise are globalization, economic and political sociology, and institutional analysis.