lsioa

Department of Organization

Leonard
Seabrooke
Professor
,
PhD


Room: SBV/22
Tel:
+4538152449
E-mail: lse.ioa@cbs.dk
Presentation

I am interested in the micro-level elements that permit the macro composition of the international political economy and transnational governance. This includes: how professionals compete and coordinate to establish new regulations and new markets; the professional careers of those involved in international economic governance and transnational activism; generational conflicts between groups seeking to secure housing and financial assets within different national systems of residential capitalism; the role of social taboos in family and household formation in different national welfare systems; and the everyday politics behind particular national political and economic institutions. My work frequently draws upon analytical and methodological tools from political economy and economic sociology, including sequence analysis and social network analysis, among others.

Primary research areas
  • Professionals in International Political Economy
  • Expertise in corporate networks
  • Transnational governance
  • Transnational Advocacy Networks
  • Demographic change
  • Taxation
     
Curriculum Vitae
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Courses

Topics in International Political Economy (‘Professions and Organizations in Transnational Governance’) – Convenor.

Supervision

Interested in supervising in areas of: transnational governance, international financial governance, professional careers and trajectories, comparisons of tax, housing and fertility regimes.

Selected publications
  • Kentikelenis, A. and L. Seabrooke. 2017. 'The Politics of World Polity: Script-Writing in International Organizations', American Sociological Review 82(5): 1062-1092.
  • Seabrooke, L. and K.L. Young. 2017. ‘The Networks and Niches of International Political Economy’, Review of International Political Economy 24(2): 288-331.
  • Seabrooke, L. and D. Wigan. 2017. ‘The Governance of Global Wealth Chains’, Review of International Political Economy 24(1): 1-29.
  • Ban, C., L. Seabrooke, and S. Freitas. 2016. ‘Grey Matter in Shadow Banking: International Organizations and Expert Strategies in Global Financial Governance’, Review of International Political Economy 23(6): 1000-1033.
  • Henriksen, L.F. and L. Seabrooke. 2016. 'Transnational Organizing: Issue Professionals in Environmental Sustainability Networks', Organization 23(5): 722-741.
  • Broome, A. and L. Seabrooke. 2015. ‘Shaping Policy Curves: Cognitive Authority in Transnational Capacity Building’, Public Administration, 93(4): 956-72.
  • Seabrooke, L. and E.R. Nilsson. 2015. ‘Professional Skills in International Financial Surveillance: Assessing Change in IMF Policy Teams’, Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions 28(2): 237-254.
  • Seabrooke, L. and E. Tsingou. 2014. ‘Distinctions, Affiliations, and Professional Knowledge in Financial Reform Expert Groups’, Journal of European Public Policy 21(3): 389-407.
  • Seabrooke, L. 2014. ‘Epistemic Arbitrage: Transnational Professional Knowledge in Action’, Journal of Professions and Organization 1(1): 49-64.
     
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2018
Asim Waris; Leonard Seabrooke / Arrested Development in Africa’s Global Wealth Chains : Accountability and Hierarchy among “Tax Havens”.
In: Routledge Companion to Tax Avoidance Research. ed. /Nigar Hashimzade; Yuliya Epifantseva. Abingdon : Routledge 2018, p. 267-286 (Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting)
Book chapter > peer review
Leonard Seabrooke; Eleni Tsingou; Johann Ole Willers / Experts Networks and the European Commission on Demographic Change
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2018, 17 p.
Working paper
Jacob Hasselbalch; Leonard Seabrooke / Professional Strategies and Enterprise in Transnational Projects
In: Professions and Professional Service Firms: Private and Public Sector Enterprises in the Global Economy. . ed. /Mike Saks; Daniel Muzio. Abingdon : Routledge 2018, p. 46-64 (Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies, Vol. 75)
Book chapter > peer review
Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Tax Avoidance and Global Wealth Chains
In: Routledge Companion to Tax Avoidance Research. ed. /Nigar Hashimzade; Yuliya Epifantseva. Abingdon : Routledge 2018, p. 252-266 (Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting)
Book chapter > peer review
Kristin Makszin; Dorothee Bohle; Leonard Seabrooke / The Dog that didn’t Bark : Social Housing in European Peripheries.
Frederiksberg : Department of Business and Politics. Copenhagen Business School 2018, 18 p.
Working paper
2017
Leonard Seabrooke; Duncan Wigan / Brexit and Global Wealth Chains
In: Globalizations, Vol. 14, No. 6, 2017, p. 820-829
Journal article > peer review
Cornel Ban; Leonard Seabrooke / From Crisis to Stability : How to Make the European Stability Mechanism Transparent and Accountable.
Brussels : Transparency International EU 2017, 50 p.
Report
Amin Samman; Leonard Seabrooke / International Political Economy
In: Routledge Handbook of International Political Sociology. ed. /Xavier Guillaume; Pınar Bilgin. Abingdon : Routledge 2017, p. 46-59
Book chapter > peer review
Leonard Seabrooke; Lasse Folke Henriksen / Issue Control in Transnational Professional and Organizational Networks
In: Professional Networks in Transnational Governance. ed. /Leonard Seabrooke; Lasse Folke Henriksen. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 2017, p. 3-24
Book chapter > peer review
Lasse Folke Henriksen; Leonard Seabrooke / Issue Professionals and Transnational Organizing
In: Professional Networks in Transnational Governance. ed. /Leonard Seabrooke; Lasse Folke Henriksen. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 2017, p. 286-299
Book chapter > peer review
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