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					                                                              KENNETH A. OYE
                                                         Center for International Studies
                                                      Massachusetts Institute of Technology
                                                                 February 2010
US POSTAL              MIT Center for International Studies E40-437        77 Massachusetts Avenue                      Cambridge, MA 02139
COURIER                MIT Center for International Studies E40-437        1 Amherst Street                             Cambridge, MA 02142
CONTACT                Tel 617.253.3412         Fax 617.253.9330             AA Rebecca Ochoa: 617.253.8306                    E-Mail
   oye@mit.edu
EDUCATION
1983                  Harvard University, Ph.D. in Political Science, with Edward M. Chase Dissertation Prize
1971                  Swarthmore College, BA in Economics and Political Science, with Highest Honors
1969                  University of Michigan / Inter-University Consortium for Political Research, Summer Program in Research Methods
1965, 1966            University of Pennsylvania / NSF Summer Institute in Computer Mathematics
ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT
2004                   -                                                     MIT, Co-Director, Program on Emerging Technologies (PoET) (with
    Daniel Hastings and Merritt Roe Smith)
2003 -                MIT, Associate Professor of Engineering Systems
1992 - 2000           MIT, Director, Center for International Studies
1990 -                MIT, Associate Professor of Political Science
1989 -1990            Swarthmore College, Associate Professor of Political Science
1980 -1989            Princeton University, Assistant Professor of Politics
1979 -1980            Brookings Institution, Guest Scholar, Foreign Policy Studies Section
1976 -1979            University of California, Davis, Lecturer in Political Science
1974, 1975            Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Lecturer, Summer Program in Quantitative Methods
HONORS AND AWARDS
2003                   Faculty Appreciation Award, for Teaching in Technology Policy, MIT School of Engineering
1998                   Graduate Student Council Teaching Award, for Outstanding Teaching, MIT School of Humanities and Social Sciences
1971-1974              National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship
1971                   Woodrow Wilson Foundation Fellowship
1971                   Phi Beta Kappa
GRANTS
2006-                  NSF/ LBNL, Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center (SynBERC) on Intellectual Property, Safety, Security
2006-                  Kuwait Foundation for Advancement of Science, on Pricing Reforms with Compensation
2004-2009              NSF Integrative Research & Training Program on Emerging Technologies (PI with Daniel Hastings and Merritt Roe Smith)
2003-2005              Alliance for Global Sustainability, Competitive Regulatory Strategy and Environment, (PI withThomas Bernauer)
2003-2004              MISTRA, Proposal Preparation Grant on Competitive Regulatory Strategy and Environment, (PI with Nicholas Adler)
1995-2001              John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Harvard-MIT Transnational Security Program, PI with Jorge Dominguez
1997-2001              Alliance for Global Sustainability, International Aid and Coal Combustion in China, PI with Adel Sarofim and Janos Beer
1996-1999              Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, Environmental Aid and Chinese Coal Combustion, PI
1996-1999              MITI New Energy Development Organization, Technologies for Multifunctional Desulfurization, co-PI with M. Sadakata
BOOKS
Kenneth A. Oye, Economic Discrimination and Political Exchange: World Political Economy in the 1930s and 1980s (Princeton 1992).
Kenneth A. Oye, Robert Lieber, Donald Rothchild (eds), Eagle in a New World: American Grand Strategy in Post Cold War Era (HarperCollins
    1992).
Kenneth A. Oye, Donald Rothchild, Robert Lieber (eds), Eagle Resurgent? The Reagan Era in United States Foreign Policy (Little Brown 1987).
Kenneth A. Oye (ed), Cooperation under Anarchy (Princeton 1986).
Kenneth A. Oye, Robert J. Lieber, Donald Rothchild (eds), Eagle Defiant: United States Foreign Policy in the 1980s (Little Brown 1983).
Kenneth A. Oye, Donald Rothchild, Robert Lieber (eds), Eagle Entangled: U.S. Foreign Policy in a Complex World (Longman 1979).
SELECTED ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS AND COMMISSIONED REPORTS
“Planned Adaptation in Risk Regulation: An Initial Survey of U.S. Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulation,” Lawrence McCray, Kenneth A.
    Oye and Arthur C. Petersen, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, forthcoming 2010, 9 pp.
 “Research in Engineering Design: The Role of Mathematical Theory and Empirical Evidence,” Research in Engineering Design, Daniel D. Frey,
    Paulien Herder, Ype Wijnia, Eswaran Subrahmanian, Konstantinos Katsikopoulos, Don Clausing, Richard de Neufville, Kenneth A. Oye, and
    Edward Greitz forthcoming 2010, 10 pp.
“Embracing Uncertainty,” Kenneth A. Oye, Issues in Science and Technology, Vol XXVI, No 1, Fall 2009, pp 91-93.
“The Intellectual Commons and Property in Synthetic Biology,” Kenneth A. Oye and Rachel Wellhausen, in Markus Schmidt et al (eds), Synthetic
    Biology: The Technoscience and its Societal Consequences, Springer, 2009, pp 121-140.
 “What Rough Beast: Synthetic Biology and the Future of Biosecurity,” Gautam Mukunda, Kenneth A. Oye and Scott Mohr, Politics and the Life
    Sciences, September 2009, Volume 28, Number 2, pp 2-26.
“Technology Transfer, Development and Climate Change,” Kenneth A. Oye, commissioned paper for United Nations Industrial De velopment
    Organization, January 2009, 38 pp.
 “Regulating Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage,” M.A. de Figueiredo, H.J. Herzog, P.L. Joskow, E.J. Moniz, K.A. Oye, D.M. Reiner, Center for
    Energy and Environmental Policy Research, Working Paper 07-003, April 2007, 17 pp.
“The Precautionary Principle and International Conflict over Domestic Regulation: Mitigating Uncertainty and Improving Adaptive Capacity,”
    Kenneth A. Oye, Water Science & Technology, Fall 2005; Volume 52, Number 6, pp 59-64. PMID: 16304935.
"Market Windows Institutions: Government Sponsored Enterprises in Trade Finance," Kenneth A. Oye and Peter C. Evans, Commissioned Report
    for U.S. Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee, US Treasury, Commerce and Export Import Bank, Issued January 2004.
“Co-Benefits of Climate Policy - Lessons Learned from a Study in Shanxi China,” Kristin Aunan. Jinghua Fang, Haakon Vennemo, Kenneth Oye
    and Hans M. Seip, Energy Policy, May 2003; Energy Policy, Volume 32, Issue 4, March 2004, Pages 567-581.
“Public Regulation and Private Business Risk,” Kenneth A. Oye and James Foster, Laboratory for Energy and the Environment Research Reports,
    July-September 2002.
“A Proposed Industrial Boiler Efficiency Program in Shanxi: Potential CO2 Mitigation, Health Benefits and Associated costs,” Jinghua Fang,
    Guanghai Li, Kristin Aunan, Haakon Vennemo, Hans M. Seip, Kenneth A. Oye and János M. Beér Applied Energy, Volume 71, Issue 4, April
    2002, Pages 275-285. doi:10.1016/S0306-2619(02)00013-2
“International Competition: Conflict and Cooperation in Government Export Financing,” Peter Evans and Kenneth A. Oye, in Gary Hufbauer and
    Rita Rodriguez (eds), The Ex-Im Bank in the 21st Century: A New Approach?, Institute for International Economics, Report 14, J2001, pp 113-
    150.
“Regulatory Diversity: Can the World Trading System Cope?” Thomas Bernauer, Kenneth A. Oye, and David G. Victor, Swiss Political Science
    Review, Special Issue Debate: Consumer Protection in a Global Market, Autumn 2000, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp 96-108.
"Coal Utilization in Industrial Boilers in China - A Prospect for Mitigating CO2 Emissions," Jinghua Fang, Taofang Zeng, Lynn I Shen Yang, Kenneth
    A. Oye, Adel F. Sarofim, Janos M. Beer, Journal of Applied Energy, Volume 63 Issue 1, May 1999, pp 35-52.
“International Motor Vehicle Program: Environmental Practice Survey Results,” James Maxwell, Kenneth Oye, Sandra Rothenberg, Forrest
    Briscoe and Ami Koike, IMVP Working Paper W-0171A, 1997, 13 pages.
"Self-Interest and the Common Good in International Environmental Agreements," Kenneth A. Oye, in Susan Hassol and John Katzenberger
    (eds), Elements of Change 1995 (Aspen Global Change Institute, 1996), pp 157-160
"International Responses to Japanese Plutonium Programs," Eugene Skolnikoff, Tatsujiro Suzuki and Kenneth A. Oye, MIT Center for International
    Studies Working Paper, Number 2614 C/95-5, August 1995, 54 pages.
"Explaining the End of the Cold War: Behavioral & Morphological Adaptations to the Nuclear Peace," Kenneth A. Oye, in Thomas Risse Kappen &
    R. Ned Lebow (eds), End of the Cold War & International Relations Theory (Columbia, 1995), pp 57-85..
"Self-Interest and Environmental Management," Kenneth A. Oye and James H. Maxwell, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Vol. 6, No. 4, 593-624
    (1994), DOI: 10.1177/0951692894006004008; Also in Robert O. Keohane and Elinor Ostrom (eds), Local Commons and Global
    Interdependence Heterogeneity and Collective Action (Sage, 1995) pp 599-630.
"Managing the Trading System: A Commentary," Kenneth A. Oye, in Peter Kenan (ed), Managing the World Economy: Fifty Years After Bretton
    Woods, (Institute of International Economics, 1994).
“Beyond Postwar Order and New World Order: American Foreign Policy in Transition,” Kenneth A. Oye, in Eagle in a New World, pp. 3-33.
“Constrained Confidence and the Evolution of Reagan Foreign Policy,” Kenneth A. Oye, in Eagle Resurgent, Little Brown 1987, pp 3-39.
"Explaining Cooperation Under Anarchy: Hypotheses and Strategies," Kenneth A. Oye, World Politics XXXVIII, October 1985.
"The Sterling-Dollar-Franc Triangle: Monetary Diplomacy 1929-1937," Kenneth A. Oye, World Politics XXXVIII, October 1985
“International Systems Structure and American Foreign Policy,” in Eagle Defiant (Little Brown 1983), pp 3-32.
"After the Fall: US Policy Toward Radical Regimes," Richard Feinberg and Kenneth A. Oye, World Policy Journal, Volume 1 Number 1 Fall 1983.
“The Domain of Choice: International Constraints and Carter Administration Foreign Policy,” in Eagle Entangled (Longman1979), pp 3-33.
INVITED CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
“Overcoming Barriers to Action on Carbon Mitigation: Enabling CO2 Capture and Storage and Energy Price Reforms,“ presentation to Conference
    on Perspectives on Climate Change and Energy, Kuwait City, 18-20 January, 2010.
“Extreme Mitigation and Adaptation Scenarios,” panel presentation with Jip Lenstra (ECN) and Leo Meyer (Netherlands Environment Agency
    PBL), UNFCCC COP 15 Side Event, Copenhagen, Denmark, December 12, 2009.
“Synthetic Biology: Benefits and Risks of Current Research,” presentation to International Risk Governance Council, October 2009.
“The Regulation of Emerging Biomedical Technologies: Ownership, Efficacy, Safety, and Security,” presentation to Conference on Stemcell
    Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, BioCANT, Cantahede, Portugal, June 2, 2009.
“The Financial Crisis of 2008-2009: Domestic Causes, International Consequences,” presentations to Seminar XXI, Airlie House, January 30,
    2009; Interaction, Washington DC March 11, 2009; and CARE National Conference, Washington DC, May 5 2009.
“Design, Testing and Demonstration of Safety in SynBIO Chassis,” presentation to SynBERC Retreat September 20-21, 2009; poster at SB4.0
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    Hong Kong University of Technology, October 10-12, 2009; NSF SynBERC Site Review, February 23-25, 2009.
“Emerging Energy Technologies: Assessing Benefits, Evaluating Risks, Projecting Implications,” presentation to Seminar XXI, January 31, 2009;
    and Empresa Nacional de Electricidad S.A.Conference on Strategic Challenges in Energy, Madrid, 10 November 2008.
 “Trends in Emerging Technologies: Some Implications for Security, Privacy and Safety,” (with Deitrich L. Falkenthal) a presentation to the UK
    GCHQ / SOCA / Ministry of Defense / Ministry of Foreign Affairs / BT 25, June 2008 and November 2009.
“Technology Transfer, Development and Climate Change,” paper presentation to International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Laxenberg,
    Austria, June 2008; United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Vienna, Austria, June 2008; UN Dept Economic and Social Affairs,
    New York, October 2008; Pugwash International Conference, The Hague April 17-19, 2009.
“Trends in Emerging Technologies: Some Implications for Energy, Environment, and Development,” presentation to 16 th Session of UN
    Commission on Sustainable Development, Official Side Event, New York, 9 May 2008.
“Anticipation and Adaptation under Uncertainty: A Framework for Analysis,” Lawrence McCray and Kenneth Oye, presentation to NSF-EPA
    Transatlantic Uncertainty Colloquium, Imperial College London, January 12, 2006;to NSF-EPA Washington DC, October 2006; to Workshop
    on Adaptation Millieu en Natuur Plan, Netherlands, June 2007; and to University of Edinburgh-MIT conference on Emerging Technologies,
    May 31-June 1, 2008.
“National Strategies on Emerging Technologies: Looking Back to Look Ahead,” presentation to Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Octrober
    20, 2006; and University of Tokyo conference on Emerging Technologies, Tokyo, January 2008.
“SynBIO Protocols and Standards: Intellectual Property and the Commons,” presentation with Randall Rettberg, Duke University Law School,
    Durham, March 2-3, 2007.
“Protocols and Standards: An Overview,” presentation to MIT PoET Protocols Workshop, Cambridge, February 1, 2007.
 “Synthetic Economics: Commons, Enclosures, and Anti-Commons,” presentation to SB2.0 , Second International Conference on Synthetic
    Biology, Session on Ownership, Sharing and Innovation, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, Berkeley, California, May 22, 2006.
“Discovering Synthetic Biology: Some Needs of Attentive Regulators, Academics and NGOs,” (Lawrence McCray and Kenneth Oye), presentation
    to SB2.0 , Second International Conference on Synthetic Biology, Session on Understanding and Perception, Lawrence Berkeley National
    Laboratories, Berkeley, California, May 22, 2006.
“Assessing Implications of Emerging Technologies: Retrospective and Prospective Cases” presentation to ProACT Conference on Innovation
    Pressure, Tampere Finland, March 16, 2006.
“Demand Side Management Module: Compensation and Pricing Reforms,” presentation to Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science,
    March 5, 2006.
“Shaping Tipping Points: Regulation and the Management of Business Risks and Opportunities,” presentation to University of California MDRU
    Conference on Understanding and Anticipating Tipping Points, McLean Virginia, February 16, 2006.
 “Public Environmental Regulation and Private Competitive Advantage: Some European and American Cases of Regulation Induced In novation,”
    presentation to ECCOINNO Conference, Finnish Environmental Institute (SYKE), Helsinki, November 24, 2005. Variations presented to MIT
    affliliated firms from Philippines, Thailand, and Norway July 2006 and January 2007.
“Adaptation and Anticipation: Learning from Policy Experience,” Lawrence McCray and Kenneth Oye, paper presented to NSF-EPA Transatlantic
    Uncertainty Colloquium, Washington DC, October 10-11, 2006.
 “Dispute Escalation in the World Trade Organization: Are Conflicts over Environment, Health, and Safety Regulation Riskier?” Thomas Bernauer,
    Kenneth A. Oye and Thomas Sattler, paper APSA Convention, Washington, DC, September 2, 2005.
"On Beliefs and Regimes: Justification, Causal Knowledge, and Indicators of Compliance," Kenneth A. Oye, David M. Reiner, and Thomas
    Bernauer, paper prepared for conference honoring Robert O. Keohane, Princeton University, February 2005.
“Environmental, Health and Safety Regulations as a Source of Competitive Advantage,” presentation to UK Office of Science and Technology and
    CIBAM Conference on Environment and Sustainable Competitiveness, Judge Institute, University of Cambridge, July 15, 2005.
“The Precautionary Principle and International Conflict over Domestic Regulation: Mitigating Uncertainty and Improving Adaptive Capacity,”
    International Symposium on Precautionary Principle, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, June 8, 2004
“Trade and Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations: Causes of Diversity, Implications for Conflict Management,” International Workshop on
    Comparative US-EU Environmental Policy, July 16, 2004.
"Trade and Environmental, Health and Safety Regulations: Causes of Diversity, Implications for Conflict Management" Kenneth A. Oye and
    Thomas Bernauer, paper presented at Schuers Conference, July 2004.
"The Precautionary Principle and International Conflict over Domestic Regulation: Mitigating Uncertainty and Improving Adaptive Capacity,"
    Kenneth A. Oye, Paper presented at European Union Environment Commission, Conference on "Uncertainty and the Precautionary
    Principle," Copenhagen May 2004.
“Environmental Innovation: Competitive Advantage and Environmental Regulation,” August 27, 2004, SYKE, Helsinki, Finland.
“Assessing Implications of Emerging Technologies,” presented to PoET Emerging Technologies Symposium at American Academy of Arts and
    Sciences on October 1, 2004; to ESD Visiting Committee on November 10, 2004; to MIT Alumni Club of Washington on January 11, 2005, to
    MIT Alumni Club in Manila to MIT Alumni Club in Bangkok..
“Monetary Politics and Future of Dollar” presentation to Renaissance Weekend, December 28-30, 2004.
“Market Failure and Institutional Failure: Non-Market Strategies and Environmental Regulation,” Judge Institute of Management, Cambridge
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    University, January 21, 2005.
“On Beliefs and Regimes: Justification, Causal Knowledge, and Indicators of Performance,” Conference in Honor of Robert O. Keohane,
    Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, February 18, 2005.
“Economic and Political Factors and the Uptake of New Technologies” Alliance for Global Sustainability, Conference on New Technologies for
    Sustainability, March 22, 2005.
“Bush Administration Foreign Policy,” lecture to American Friends Service Committee Conference, April 8-9, 2005.
“Keynote on Economic Security” and “Energy Security Issues,” Seminar XXI, Airlie House, April 29-May 1 Weekend on National Economies in a
    Globalizing World.
“Competitive Advantage and Environmental Regulation,” presentation to United Technologies, Carrier Corporation, August 2003.
“Political Economy and Technology Policy,” Lecture, Judge Institute Management, Cambridge University February 5, 12, 2004.
“Regulatory Competition and Business Strategy,” Plenary Address, Chalmers University, March 22-24, 2004 Gothenberg, Sweden.
 “Public Regulation and Private Business Risk,” Laboratory for Energy and the Environment Research Reports, July-September 2002.
“Trade and Regulatory Harmonization,” presentation to MIT Alliance for Global Sustainability, April 2001.
“The Political Economy of Technology Policy,” presentation to Judge Institute, Cambridge University, Cambridge England, March 2001.
“International Regimes and Export Financing,” Kenneth A. Oye and Peter Evans, presention to staff luncheon, Institute for International
    Economics, Washington DC, March 6, 2000; to Harvard-MIT MacArthur Workshop on Transnational Economic Security, April 2000; and to
    Institute for International Economics, “Conference on Ex-Im Bank in the 21st Century,” Four Seasons Hotel, Washington DC May 15-16, 2000.
"Strategies of Outreach and Implementation: The Case of the China Coal Project." Presentation to the Conference of the Alliance for Global
    Sustainability, Cambridge, January 2000.
“Problems of Success in Auto and Fuel Regulation,” James Foster and Kenneth A. Oye, MIT AGS Working Paper, presented to MIT Alliance for
    Global Sustainability, November 2000.
"Regulatory Diversity and Trade." Kenneth A. Oye and Thomas Bernauer. Paper presented to Workshop on Environmental Regulat ion and
    Trade, Cambridge, January 2000.
"Justifying and Explaining Regulations." Kenneth A. Oye, Renate Schubert and Thomas Bernauer. Paper presented to Workshop on
    Environmental Regulation and Trade, Cambridge, January 2000.
"Managing Trade Conflicts." Kenneth A. Oye, Thomas Bernauer, and David Victor. Paper presented to Workshop on Environmental Regulation
    and Trade, Cambridge, January 2000.
"Regulation under Uncertainty." Presentation to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, March 1998; to Center for Environmental Initiatives, November
    1999; Public Policy Research Group, Carnegie Mellon Univ; December 1999; Wallenberg Symposium at University of Stockholm, January
    2001.
"International Political Economy: The State of the Field." Presentation to University of Geneva-ETH Conference on International Studies,
    Grindelwald, Switzerland, October 1999.
"Rational Institutions." Commentator, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago, May 1998.
"Reconciling International Aid with Local Conditions: The Case of Chinese Coal Combustion," presentation to CICERO, Olso, Norway, January
    1998.
"Update on Clean and Efficient Utilization of Coal in China." Presentation to Alliance for Global Sustainability, ETH Zurich, Switzerland; and
    cochairperson, ABB Corporate Research, Baden Switzerland, January 1998.
"Discrimination and Trade Under the WTO." Paper presented to APSA Annual Convention, Boston, September 1998.
"Comparative Regulatory Advantage: Firm-State Relations in the Global Economy." Dale D. Murphy and Kenneth A. Oye, paper presented to the
    International Studies Association Convention, Minneapolis, March 18, 1998.
"Environmental Performance of Automotive Assembly Plants: An Interim Report," James Maxwell, Sandra Rothenberg, Forrest Briscoe, and
    Kenneth Oye, MIT International Motor Vehicle Program, September 1997.
"Linkage: A Threat to Taiwan's Role as Integrator," Kenneth A. Oye, paper presented to Conference Business Strategy in a Chan ging Global
    Economy, MIT Sloan School, 1997.
"Trade, Aid and Environmental Programs," Briefings to US Department of State, October 1997; US White House Council of Economic Advisors
    October 1997; US White House Office of Science Advisor October 1997; US Department of Energy October 1997; World Bank October 1997;
    Government of Japan, December 1997.
"Workshop on China Environment." Participant, Smithsonian Institution, November 1997.
"Panel on International Cooperation." APSA Convention Panel, Washington, August 1997.
"Aid and Environmental Issues," presentation to Taiyuan University of Technology and Tsinghua University, China August 1997.
"International Trade and Domestic Labor & Environmental Standards," EPOCH Foundation, MIT Sloan School of Management, September 30,
    1996.
"Domestic Sources of Japanese International Economic Policy," APSA Panel 19-16, Chair and commentator on panel of Nobuhiro Hiwatari,
    Yoshiko Kojo, William Grimes, Leonard Schoppa, TJ Pempel and Saori Katada, San Francisco, August 28, 1996.
"Formal Approaches to the Study of Institutions," APSA Panel 30-11, Commentary on George Downs, Peter Barsoom, David Rocke, Mohan
    Penubarti and Duncan Snidal, San Francisco, August 30, 1996.
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"International Aid and Environmental Performance," Presentation to Agenda 21, Beijing, China, May 1996.
"Trade and Regulatory Convergence," Presentation at Tokyo University, with Renate Schubert, ETHZ, January 17, 1996.
"Clinton Administration Foreign Policy," commentary APSA Convention, Chicago, Illinois, September 1996.
"Trends in the Study of International Relations," presentation to Conference on International Studies After the Cold War, Wellesley College,
     December 16 and 17, 1995.
"Environmental Performance of Automotive Assembly Plants: Pilot Survey Results," presentation to Suppliers Meeting, International Motor Vehicle
     Program, Dedham, MA, October 20, 1995.
"Compensation and Transborder Externalities Management," presentation to Aspen Global Change Institute, August 9, 1995.
"Environmental Aid Programs," presentation to Agenda 21-MIT-Tsinghua Conference on Development and Sustainability, Beijing, July 14, 1995.
"International Responses to Japanese Plutonium Programs: Evaluating Rationales for Research and Commercialization," presentation to PNC,
     Tokyo, January 24, 1995.
"Economic Regionalism," discussant for APSA Convention, New York, September 1-4, 1994.
"Interjurisdictional Harmonization and Divergence Across Open Economies," joint paper with Dale D. Murphy for APSA Conventio n, New York,
     September 1-4, 1994.
Trinational Institute on Innovation, Competitiveness, and Sustainability, NSF-SSHRC-Conacyt sponsored conference August 14-20, 1994.
     Chairperson for panel on "Comparative Perspectives on Regulatory Harmonization.”
"Managing Trade," Institute of International Economics, Conference Fifty Years after Bretton Woods, Washington, DC. May 19, 1994.
"Bilateralism and Regionalism in US Trade Strategy." Presentation to German Institute of Japan Studies, Waseda University, and Friedrich-Ebert
     Foundation International Conference on "The Political Economy of Trade Conflicts," Tokyo, December 11, 1993.
"On Reconciling Particularistic and General Interests: Managing Distributional Effects of CPR Regulation." Paper prepared for Robert Keohane and
     Elinor Ostrom Conference "From Local Commons to International Cooperation," Indiana University, Bloomington, October 15-17, 1993; and
     Harvard-MIT Seminar on International Environmental Policy, November 4, 1993.
"Politics of International Financial and Monetary Cooperation," APSA Convention, Panel 26-6, Discussant, September 3, 1993.
"Clinton Administration Trade Strategy." Presentation to Institute of Policy Studies, Singapore, July 2, 1993.
"Regionalism in US Trade Policy: Implications for East Asia." Joint presentation with Richard Samuels to Institute for South East Asian Studies,
     Singapore, July 1, 1993.
"Bilateral and Regional Trade Strategies: Section 301 and the NAFTA." Joint presentation (with Gary Hufbauer) to U.S. Foreign Service Institute,
     Rosslyn VA, May 3, 1993.
"Global Trade Imperatives." Keynote lecture. Joint discussion (with Barry Bluestone, Shafiqul Islam, Paul Krugman, Robert Kuttner), Convocation
     on Trade, Tufts University, March 6, 1993.
"Multilateralism after the Cold War." Presentation to Meridian House Conference, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research
     and Bureau of International Organization, Washington, DC, February 22, 1993.
"Analyzing Politics of the Successor States: Uses and Abuses of International and Comparative Political Theory." Presentation and commentary to
     Social Science Research Council Workshop on New Approaches to Post Soviet Studies, University of Pittsburgh, February 27, 1993.
"International Productivity and Growth." Joint panel presentation (with Lester Thurow and Rudiger Dornbusch) to Sloan Executive Fellows
     Convocation, Cambridge, MA, October 23, 1993.
"Trade Politics and Asia Bashing: Searching for Enemies After the Cold War," 1993 Charles Gilbert Distinguished Lecture, Swar thmore College,
     Swarthmore, PA, October 14, 1993.
"Explaining the End of the Cold War: Morphological and Behavioral Adaptations to the Nuclear Peace." Presented to the Conference on
     Transformation of the International System and International Relations Theory, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY October 1991 an d to Olin
     Institute, Harvard University, December 2, 1991.
"Causes and Consequences of the End of the Postwar Order." Presented to IREX-USSR Academy of Sciences Conference on Causes of War,
     Tblisi, Republic of Georgia, January 1991.
"When Sanctions Brought Free(er) Trade: Discriminatory Liberalization in the 1930s." Paper for American Economics Association Convention
     Panel, "Can Sanctions Bring Free Trade?" December 1990.
"US-Japan Relations," Presentation to JACL National Convention, San Diego, July 1990.
"The Backfire Problems: Strategic Ideas and American Military Strategy in the 1990s," Kenneth A. Oye, paper presented to SSRC Workshop on
     the Impact of Ideas on Foreign Policy, Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, January 1990.
"On Benefits of Bilateralism: Lessons from the 1930s." Presented to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Workshop on Change in the
     International System, May 6, 1989.
"Underprovision of Compensation: Some Implications of Incomplete Information and Fragmented Actors." APSAPanel 26-2, September 3, 1988.
"Burdensharing Revisited: Political and Economic Markets in a Partially Institutionalized World." (with Robert Gilpin.) Presentation to APSA
     Convention, Panel 23-1, International Institutional Change" Washington DC, August 30, 1986. Revised version presented to Colloquium on
     Western European Security, CFIA, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, October 29, 1986.
"Macroeconomics, the Dollar, and World Trade." (With William Branson and W. Michael Blumenthal). Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton, New
     Jersey, April 12, 1986.
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"Deconstructive Destruction and International Relations Research: In Defense of Mitigating Anarchy." Presented as a Griffith Lecture, American
      University, Washington, DC, March 10, 1986.
"Cooperation and Discord in International Monetary Affairs." Presented to APSA Panel 19-2: "Cooperation Under Anarchy: International Political
      Economy," Washington DC, August 30, 1984. Revised version presented to UCLA-USC Joint Political Economy Colloquium, March 7, 1985.
"Cooperation Under Anarchy: Preconditions and Prescriptions." Presented to Center of International Studies Conference on Cooperation Under
      Anarchy, March 3, 1984. Revised paper presented to Conference on Structural Theories of International Political Economy, UCLA, March 8,
      1985.
"After the Fall: U.S. Policy Towards Radical Regimes." (co-author Richard E. Feinberg.) Presented to the Lehrman Institute Foreign Policy
      Roundtable, February 14, 1984.
"The Management of International Policy Externalities." Presentation to Research Colloquium, Program on Interdepen dent Political Economy,
      University of Chicago, December 8, 1983.
CURRENT BOOK LENGTH PROJECTS
 Grasping Third Rails: Assessing Scientific and Technical Knowledge in Areas of Controversy. This book will examine public controversies with
 significant scientific and technical content. Cases being researched address both security and health/environment/safety issues: (a) American
 Physical Society review of effectiveness of Patriot missile (b) Health Effects Institute and CASAC appraisals on particulates and human health (c)
 NIEHS and NRC appraisals on effect of methyl mercury on human health (d) IPCC assessments of evidence on climate change (e) UNMOVIC
 and IAEA assessments of WMD Iraq (f) US, EU and Japanese appraisals of BSE risks (g) Plan B and Federal Advisory Panel; and (h) dietary
 standards for transfats and cholesterol.
 Comment on Progress: Colleague Larry McCray and I have completed documentary research and interviews on (a) (b) (c) and (f), and
 conducted preliminary research on other cases. I have presented versions of these cases in classes and external lectures. In light of the recent
 Climategate case, a much larger investment of time in case (d) will be required. I would like to finish this book over the summer of 2010.
 Regulatory Diversity among Open Economics: Sources and Implications. This edited volume will describes crossnational and inter-issue variation
 in regulatory outcomes, examine the effects of differences in industrial structure, degree of scientific uncertainty, and legitimating principles on
 regulatory outcomes, and examine trade and investment effects of regulatory diversity.
 Comment on Progress: This project is on hold, with substantial additional work needed to update materials on regulation of finance and insurance
 in the aftermath of the current financial crisis. If I had leave now, I would love to proceed with this book and with Grasping Third Rails
 simultaneously, but the teaching, advising and fundraising loads noted above preclude doing this project now.
 Reconciling Efficiency and Equity: On the Incidence and Effectiveness of Compensation. This book will examine the incidence and efficacy of
 compensation strategies as mechanisms for offsetting Olsonian biases toward stalemate. It explains the incidence of reliance on compensation
 and by assessing the efficacy of compensation when utilized. It identifies factors that may affect the balance between benefits and costs of
 compensation schemes and offers suggestions on how to design compensation schemes to limit side effects. Cases include supplier side of
 economic sanctions; NIMBY nuclear power, highways and railroads; trade liberalization and adjustment assistance; water and fuel pricing reforms.
    One feature of this project is a possible policy experiment with compensation / rebates to overcome legislative resistance to water and electricity
 price reform in Kuwait.
 Comment on Progress: The policy experiment is the most novel aspect of this project. Dr. Mahmoud BuShehri of the Kuwait Institute for
 Scientific Research is in residence at MIT this year and has the household data we need to model the distributional effects of price and re bate
 schemes on water and electricity. In addition, parliamentary staff from Kuwait will be coming to MIT his summer to work on credible
 communication of information on the distributional effects of pricing reforms to legislators now blocking reforms.
 Looking Through a Glass Darkly: Retrospective Cases on Emerging Technologies. This study includes a two pronged analysis of past examples
 of emerging technologies: (1) identifying technical, political, economic, and social factors that limit or accelerate diffusion of technologies across
 actors and applications; (2) describing, explaining and evaluating contemporaneous projections on the implications of emerging technologies.
 Cases now nearing completion include: (a) automobile by Merritt Roe Smith, Christine Ng and Kieran Downs; (b) laser by Lawre nce McCray and
 Mark Avnet; (c) GPS by Daniel Hastings and Spencer Lewis. Cases not yet underway may include: (a) ARPANET to Internet; and (b)
 Recombinant DNA.
 Comment on Progress: Research Associate Larry McCray has been taking the lead on this project. My role will be as a second or third author,
 with limited time commitments. I published a short review essay on these themes in the fall 2009 Issues in Science and Technology.
 Uncertainty, Anticipation, and Adaption: Empirical Studies This collaborative study with Arthur Petersen and Larry McCray presents cases that
 illustrate the potential and limits of anticipation and adaptation under conditions of pervasive uncertainty. Strategies predicated on anticipation
 may run afoul of challenges to the credibility of early warning signs and models, while strategies predicated on adaption to emerging information
 may be vitiated by perverse incentives to repress rather than surface information and by inertial tendencies of established lines of policy.
 Comment on Progress: This is structured as a 26 month project with potential acceleration if external funding for a major drug safety and efficacy
 case (on progressive authorization) materializes. Two preliminary cases are now in good shape. Research trips on three additional cases
 projected for spring and summer 2010. Will now about transitional funding in March 2010. Our paper on US cases was accepted for publication
 in Technology Forecasting and Social Change, and should be out this spring or summer.

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SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
2009-           Member, Scientific and Technical Council, International Risk Governance Council, Geneva
2008-           Consultant, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, on Technology Transfer and Climate Change
2008-2009       Chair, Eulau Prize Committee, American Political Science Association, for Best Articles in APSR and Perspectives
2006-           PI, Human Practices Thrust, NSF Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center (SynBERC)
2007            Member, NSF Site Review Team, Nanotechnology and Society Center, Arizona State University.
2002-2003       Consultant, US Trade Policy Coordinating Committee, US Treasury, US Commerce, EXIM
1993-2000       Director, MIT Seminar XXI Program (with Barry Posen and Myron Weiner), Board Member 2000-present
1997-           Member, MIT Council on Environment (Executive Committee) and MIT Energy Initiative Education Task Force
1996-           Trustee, World Peace Foundation
1996-2002       Trustee, Boston World Affairs Council
1999-2001       Member, US Export Import Bank, Advisory Council
1994-1996       Council Member, Political Economy Section, American Political Science Association
1993-           Member, Council on Foreign Relations
1973-           Member, American Political Science Association
1989-1995       Member, World Politics, Editorial Board; 1983-1993
1989-1996       Member, Overseas Development Council, Program Advisory Committee
1993            Advisor, NSF-CONACYT-SSHRC Trinational North American Institute

TEACHING
MIT 17.312/ESD 85/STS 461                  Doctoral Seminar on Emerging Technologies                                   graduate
MIT 17.430 / Princeton                     International Relations Research Seminar                                    graduate
MIT 17.424 / Princeton                     International Political Economy of Advanced Industrial States                        graduate
MIT 17.309/STS082                          Science Technology and Public Policy                                        undergrad
MIT 17.310/ESD 103/STS 482                 Science Technology and Public Policy                                        graduate
MIT ESD10                                  Introduction to Technology Policy / Module on Political Economy             graduate
MIT ESD83                                  ESD Doctoral Seminar / Module on Social Science Research Methods                     graduate
MIT / Princeton                            International Relations                                                     undergrad
MIT / Swarthmore / Princeton / UC                      American Foreign Policy                                                  undergrad
Princeton                                              International Politics                                                   WWS
    graduate
Princeton / Swarthmore / UC                Introduction to International Relations                                     undergrad
Princeton                                              Economic Sanctions Policy Conference
          WWS undergrad
Princeton                                              Trade Strategy Policy Conference                                         WWS
    undergrad
MIT / Princeton / UC                       International Political Economy                                             undergrad
Harvard Kennedy School                     Statistics and Decision Analysis                                            KSG graduate
Harvard Kirkland House                     Seminar Asian American Studies                                              undergrad
Harvard Government Dept                    Peace Justice and Processes of Social Change (Teaching Fellow)              undergrad
Harvard Government Dept                    International Politics (Teaching Fellow)                                    undergrad
GRADUATE ADVISING
Past Doctoral Dissertation Advisees: Karen Alter, Northwestern; David Andrews,* Scripps; Boaz Atzili, American; Brian Burgoon,* Amsterdam;
David Caploe, Mediaanalysis; Mark deFigueredo,* Simpson Thatcher LLC/ US EPA; Rebecca Dodder, US EPA; Cheryl Eschbach, MD; Peter
Evans,* GE Energy; David Fairman, Enddispute; Vanda Felbabrown,* Brookings; Randall Forsberg, IDDS/deceased; Larry George, U New
Mexico; Michel Goyer, Warwick; Kelly Greenhill, Tufts; Tamar Gutner,* American; Laura Hastings, Pittsburgh; Llewelyn Hughes, George
Washington; Shirley Hung,* Boston Consulting Group; Joanne Kauffman, MITAGS; Byoung-Joo Kim,* Kim, Lee & Partners; Jonathan Kirshner,
Cornell; Jette Knudsen, Copenhagen; Carolyn Kuntz,* US Dept Defense; Scott Lasensky, Council on Foreign Relations; Flynt Leverett, New
America Foundation; Peter Lieberman, CUNY; Dan Lindley, Notre Dame; Michael Loriaux, Northwestern; Katherine Martin, Chevron; Jan
Martinez, Stanford Law; Michael Mastanduno, Dartmouth; Sophie Meunier, Princeton; Aleksandra Mozdzanowska, MIT; Dale Murphy,*
Georgetown/Dubai; Christine Ng, Environ; Daryl Press, Dartmouth; David Reiner,* Cambridge; Edward Rhodes, Rutgers; Marcus Sarofim,*
AAAS Fellow; Jim Shoch, Sacramento State; Jan Sundgren, Forrester Research; Pranee Thiparet, Chulalongkorn; David Victor, UC San Diego;
 Inger Weibust,* Carleton; Anne Wickbolt, MIT; Trudy Wilcox,* Olin; Brian Zuckerman,* STPI/OSTP.
Current Doctoral Advisees: Blandine Antoine, Nathan Black,* Ray Bonoan, James Patrick Boyd, Hanna Breetz,* Peter Doshi, Katherine Dykes,*
Dietrich Falkenthal,* Brian Hanson, Philip Haun, Valerie Jean Karplus, Kai Kwok,* Jon Lindsay, Tara Maller,* Gautam Mukunda, William Norris,
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 Robert Reardon, Matthew Silver, Donald MacKenzie,* Jesse Sowell,* Chintan Vaishnav.
Past Masters Thesis Advisees: Tom Ewing,* Fidelity UK; Nina Fahy,* Greenwich; Yoko Fukumoto,* Mainichi; Lanquing Jia,* World Bank; Yin-
 Chun Andrew Kao, Telecom; Daniel Landau, HS; Guanghai Li,* Abt; Dinsha Mistree, MIT; Mary Schumacher,* Woods Hole; Lynn Yang,* ICF
 Kaiser; Neelima Yeddanpudi,* Gryphon Associates.
Current Masters Thesis Advisees: Muriel Eugenia Gonzalez,* Mary-Beth Mills Curren,* Julia Nickel,* Garth Sheldon-Coulson,* Pernilla Regardh.*
* denotes dissertation or thesis committee chair.




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