Institut for Organisation

  • Organizations, Markets and Governance (OMG)

Kontor: KIL/14.A-4.56
Cornel Ban

Cornel Ban is an associate professor of International Political economy at Copenhagen Business School. Prior to this he was a 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 two dozen articles and book chapters on the politics of economic expertise, policy shifts in international financial institutions and the politics of capitalist diversity in Brazil, Spain, Hungary and Romania.

His book (Ruling Ideas: How Neoliberalism Goes Local, Oxford University Press, 2016) received the political economy award for 2017 of the British International Studies Association.

Currently, Cornel works on growth regimes, the role of state and finance in decarbonization and the political economy of industrial policy.


Primære forskningsområder

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

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

Udvalgte publikationer

Ban, Cornel, and Dorothee Bohle. "Definancialization, financial repression and policy continuity in East-Central Europe." Review of International Political Economy 28.4 (2021): 874-897.
Helgadóttir, Oddný, and Cornel Ban. "Managing macroeconomic neoliberalism: capital and the resilience of the rational expectations assumption since the Great Recession." New political economy 26.5 (2021): 869-884.
Ban, Cornel, Gabor Scheiring, and Mihai Vasile. "The political economy of national-neoliberalism." European Politics and Society (2021): 1-19.
Ban, Cornel, and Bryan Patenaude. "The professional politics of the austerity debate: A comparative field analysis of the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund." Public administration 97.3 (2019): 530-545.

Publikationer sorteret efter:
Cornel Ban / National-neoliberal Fiscal Populism in Romania
I: Economic Policies of Populist Leaders: A Central and Eastern European Perspective. . red. /István Benczes. Abingdon : Routledge 2024, s. 214-232 (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy)
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Cornel Ban / Business Factions, Populists, and the Social Bloc Perspective : The Case of FDI-led Growth Regimes.
I: Business and Populism: The Odd Couple?. . red. /Magnus Feldmann; Glenn Morgan. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2023, s. 158-180
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Cornel Ban; Petre Buciu / Reforma fiscală : Propuneri pe termen scurt.
București : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Romania 2023, 26 s.
Cornel Ban; Zoltán Mihály / The Middle-income Trap and its Narrow Escape Hatches : Dependent Development and FDI-led Growth in Romania.
I: The Middle-income Trap in Central and Eastern Europe: Causes, Consequences and Strategies in Post-communist Countries. . red. /Yaman Kouli; Uwe Müller. New York : Berghahn Books 2023, s. 97-121 (New Perspectives on Central and Eastern European Studies, Vol. 4)
Bidrag til bog/antologi
Cornel Ban; Gabor Scheiring; Mihai Vasile / The Political Economy of National-neoliberalism
I: European Politics and Society, Vol. 24, Nr. 1, 2.2023, s. 96-114
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Cornel Ban; Dorothee Bohle; Marek Naczyk / A Perfect Storm : COVID-19 and the Reorganisation of the German Meat Industry.
I: Transfer: European review of Labour and Research, Vol. 28, Nr. 1, 2.2022, s. 101-118
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Cornel Ban; Clara Volintiru / A Tale of Two Peripheries : The Euro Accession in Bulgaria and Romania.
I: The Political Economy of the Eurozone in Central and Eastern Europe: Why In, Why Out?. . red. /Krisztina Arató; Boglárka Koller; Anita Pelle. Abingdon : Routledge 2022, s. 255-274 (Europa Perspectives on the EU Single Market)
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Cornel Ban; Oddný Helgadóttir / Financialization and Growth Regimes
I: Diminishing Returns: The New Politics of Growth and Stagnation. . red. /Mark Blyth; Jonas Pontusson; Lucio Baccaro. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, s. 351-374
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Cornel Ban / Inter-imperiality : A Political Economy Reading.
I: Transilvania, Nr. 10, 2022, s. 15-22
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Cornel Ban; Dragos Adascalitei / The FDI-led Growth Models of the East-Central and South-Eastern European
I: Diminishing Returns: The New Politics of Growth and Stagnation. . red. /Mark Blyth; Jonas Pontusson; Lucio Baccaro. Oxford : Oxford University Press 2022, s. 189-211
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
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Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
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Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
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AA Consulting, Ireland
Writing a research memo on personal income tax collection
Romanian Daily Libertatea
4 op-ed pieces
Ebert Stiftung Foundation, Romania
Eastern Focus, Romania
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Ebert Stiftung Romania
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