cbaioa

Department of Organization

Cornel
Ban
Associate professor


Room: KIL/14.A-4.56
E-mail: cba.ioa@cbs.dk
Cornel Ban
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Cornel Ban is an associate professor of International Political economy at Copenhagen Business School. Prior to this he has been Reader at City University of London, assistant professor at Boston University and research fellow at Brown University in the United States. He wrote two books and a dozen articles and book chapters on the politics of economic expertise and income distribution, macroeconomic policy shifts and organizational shifts in international financial institutions and capitalist diversity in Brazil, Spain and Romania.

His most recent book (Ruling Ideas: How Neoliberalism Goes Local, Oxford University Press, 2018) received the political economy award for 2017 of the British International Studies Association.

He is currently working on growth regimes, finance and the climate crisis, and the political economy of the entrepreneurial state.

Primary research areas

•    International political economy
•    Sociology of institutions and professions
•    Comparative political economy
 

Curriculum Vitae
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Courses

•    Europe and Global Megatrends
•    Business and Global Governance
•    Philosophy of Social Science
 

Selected publications

(2018) “The Professional Politics of the Austerity Debate: Comparing the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund” Public Administration, doi: 10.1111/padm.12561. (with Bryan Patenaude)
(2016) "Banking on Bonds: The New Links Between States and Markets." Journal of Common Market Studies, 54 (3): 493-772 (with Daniela Gabor).
(2016) Ruling Ideas: How Global Neoliberalism Goes Local, Oxford University Press, (BISA-IPEG award)
(2015) “Austerity versus Stimulus? Explaining Change on Fiscal Policy at the International Monetary Fund since the Great Recession," Governance, 28 (2): 167-183.
(2015) “Recalibrating Policy Orthodoxy: The IMF since the Great Recession," Governance, 28 (2): 131, 146 (with Kevin Gallagher).
(2013) “Brazil’s Liberal Neo-Developmentalism: Edited Orthodoxy or New Policy Paradigm?” Review of International Political Economy, 20 (2): 298-331.
 

Publications sorted by:
2021
Oddný Helgadóttir; Cornel Ban / Managing Macroeconomic Neoliberalism : Capital and the Resilience of the Rational Expectations Assumption since the Great Recession.
In: New Political Economy, 8.1.2021
Journal article > peer review
Cornel Ban; Sorin Gog / PNRR şi căile ferate : O ocazie istorică pentru a acoperi deficitul de transport durabil în România.
București : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania 2021, 15 p. (Economie si finante)
Working paper
2020
Cornel Ban / Ben Clift’s The IMF and the Politics of Austerity
In: Comparative European Politics, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2.2020, p. 78-84
Book review > peer review
Cornel Ban; Dorothee Bohle / Definancialization, Financial Repression and Policy Continuity in East-Central Europe
In: Review of International Political Economy, 18.8.2020
Journal article > peer review
Cornel Ban / Emergency Keynesianism 2.0 : The Political Economy of Fiscal Policy in Europe during the Corona Crisis.
In: Samfundsøkonomen, No. 4, 12.2020, p. 16-26
Journal article > peer review
Cornel Ban / Employee Financial Participation : European Models and Romanian Realities.
București : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania 2020, 18 p. (Labour and Social Justice)
Working paper
Cornel Ban / Participarea financiară a salariaților : Modele europene și realități românești.
București : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania 2020, 18 p. (Muncă și justiție socială)
Working paper
Cornel Ban; Alexandra Rusu / Pauperitatea fiscala României : Ce o explica si ce se (mai) poate face.
București : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania 2020, 46 p. (Economie si finante)
Working paper
Cornel Ban; Alexandra Rusu / Romania's Weak Fiscal State : What Explains It and What Can (Still) Be Done About It.
Bucharest : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania 2020, 36 p. (Economy and finance)
Working paper
Cornel Ban / Scandinavian Social-democracy and the Economics of Reformism (1890-1940)
In: Revista Transilvania, No. 5, 2020
Journal article > peer review
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Outside activities
2021
 
No outside activities to report
 
2020
 
Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
Discussant
 
Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
Giving a talk for discussant
 
Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
Writing a research report on employee participation
 
AA Consulting, Ireland
Writing a research memo on personal income tax collection
 
Romanian Daily Libertatea
4 op-ed pieces
 
2019
 
Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
Report
 
Eastern Focus, Romania
Talk
 
City University of London
Last wages
 
2018
 
Ebert Stiftung Romania
Policy advice on tax collection reform