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									                                      Jeffrey A. Stacey
Department of Political Science                                             Assistant Professor
Tulane University                                                           (504)862-8323
1118 8th Street                                                             (504)862-8745 fax
New Orleans, LA 70115                                                       jstacey@tulane.edu


EDUCATION
Columbia University, New York, NY             Ph.D.         2005        Political Science ; Int’l Relations
Dissertation (Walter Mattli, Helen V. Milner):
“When Agents Defy Principals: The Impact of Informal Inter-organizational Dynamics in the EU”

Oxford University, Oxford, UK                 M.Phil.       1995        European Politics ; Economics
Thesis (William Wallace, Vincent Wright):
“The Effects of Institutional Change on EU Policy-making”

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI         B.A.          1991        Political Science ; English Literature
Thesis (Kim Lane Scheppele, Jonathan Simon): magna cum laude
“Michigan State Alternatives to Incarceration in the 1990s: the New Option”

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
Summer Research Fellow, Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, 2006
Visiting Scholar, Government Department, Georgetown University, 2005-2006
Visiting Scholar, Political Science Department, George Washington University, 2006-2006
Summer Research Fellow, Committee on Research, Tulane University, 2005
Visiting Scholar, New York University, Center for European Studies, 2003-2004
President’s Fellow, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia University, 1995-2002
Fellow, Institute for the Study of Europe, Columbia University, 1995-2002
Doctoral Dissertation Fellow, Institute for the Study of World Politics, Brookings Institution, 2000-2001
Summer Research Fellow, Graduate School of the Arts and Sciences, Columbia University, 2000
Pre-Dissertation Fellow, Council for European Studies, New York, New York, 1996-1997
Fellow, Edward Heath Foundation, Oxford University, United Kingdom, 1993-1995

HONORS
Finalist, President’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (final 10/150), Columbia University, 1999 and 2000
Travel Award, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 1999 and 2000
Finalist, Rhodes Scholarship, 1992
High Distinction – High Honors, Senior Honors thesis, University of Michigan, 1991
Finalist, William Jennings Bryan Prize (top Political Science graduate), University of Michigan, 1991
PUBLICATIONS
Published:                  “Democratization in Burma” in Theodore Piccone and Richard Youngs (eds.)
                            Strategies for Democratic Change (Open Society Institute, 2006).1

                            “Dynamics of Formal and Informal Institutional Change in the EU,” Journal of
                            European Public Policy 10 (2003: 6): 858-883.

                            “Displacement of the Council Via Informal Dynamics? Comparing the
                            Commission and Parliament,” Journal of European Public Policy 10 (2003: 6):
                            936-955.

                            “Conclusion: Stepping Out of the Shadow of History-making Integration,”
                            Journal of European Public Policy 10 (2003: 6): 1020-1032.


Submitted:                  “Creative Destruction? After the Crisis: Neo-liberal Remodeling in Emerging
                            Financial Markets,” to International Studies Quarterly.


Commissioned:               Article for World Politics on regionalism, provisionally entitled “Informal Change in
                            Regional Integration.”


Work in Progress:           “Hegemony Through the Ages: Meeting Interests, Avoiding Blowback”: article
                            length study of unipolar powers pursuing interests while avoiding blowback.

                            “Creative Destruction? After the Crisis: Neo-liberal Remodeling in Asia and
                            Latin America”: book project comparing post crisis responses across regions.

                            “Riding the Tiger: Comparing American Military Occupations”: article length
                            study of the occupation of Iraq and previous American occupations in history.

                            “Cross-Atlantic Antitrust Controversy: Regulating Microsoft”: article length study
                            of an informal int’l agreement seeking to reduce tension between US and EU.


PAPER PRESENTATIONS
“The EU vs. the U.S.: Informal Solutions to Cross-Atlantic Anti-Trust Conflict?” paper delivered at
the Biennial Convention of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, January 2007.

“Determinants of Exchange Rate Regimes” paper delivered at the Annual Convention of the
American Political Science Association (APSA), Philadelphia, September 2006.

“Analyzing Informal International Anti-Trust Agreements,” paper delivered at the Annual
Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), San Diego, February 2006.



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    This publication was subjected to two rounds of documented peer review (outside the Open Society Institute).
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“Explaining International Anti-Trust Competition: the EU vs. the U.S.,” paper delivered at the
Annual Convention of the American Political Science Association (APSA), Washington D.C.,
September 2005.

“Informal Dynamics in Europe: From Czars to Behemoths and Back Again,” paper delivered at the
Amsterdam University School for Social Research workshop, Amsterdam, March 2005.

“Inter-organizational Sparring in the EU’s Informal Sphere: the Case of CFSP,” paper delivered at
the Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association (EUSA), Austin, March 2005.

“From History-Making Integration to Interregnum Integration: The European Parliament as Prime
Mover," paper delivered at the Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association
(EUSA), Nashville, March 2003.

“Creative Destruction? Neo-liberal Remodeling in Korea and Neighboring Emerging Markets,”
paper delivered at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Portland,
February 2003.


PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
Various employers            New York, New York and Washington, D.C.                          2004-2007

Consultant                   Projects ranging from spearheading studies by multiple policy-
                             makers/scholars, to editing specialist book projects, to devising
                             curricula changes.

Tulane University            New Orleans, Louisiana                                           2004-2007
Assistant Professor          Taught Political Science courses in Globalization, U.S. Foreign Policy,
                             International Political Economy, Introduction to International Relations,
                             European Politics, Introduction to Politics, and the Bush Doctrine.

Fordham University           New York, New York                                               2002-2003
Visiting Professor           Taught Political Science courses in U.S. Foreign Policy, International
                             Political Economy, Introduction to International Relations, European
                             Politics, and Introduction to Politics.

European Parliament          Brussels, Belgium                                                1992-1993
Top Legislative Aid          British Members of the European Parliament, Mr. Christopher Jackson
                             and Mr. Peter Price: edited book manuscript; conducted day-to-day
                             legislative tasks; directed Single Market legislation, aid to the former
                             Soviet Union, constitutional issues, and developing world matters.
British Parliament           London, Britain                                                  1991-1992
Legislative Aid              Former British Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Sir Edward Heath KG
                             MBE MP: wrote speeches and conducted briefings for Sir Edward on
                             all Europe and EU-related issues and projects; researched and wrote
                             the drafts of the Europe-related chapters of Sir Edward’s memoirs.
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PRINCIPAL REASEARCH INTERESTS
   Institutional change (the role and impact of informal rules)
   Domestic determinants of international change (and the reverse)
   Cross-pollination of International Relations and Comparative Politics

   Hegemony challenged: determining whether blowback can be avoided
   Foreign policy doctrines (e.g. the Bush Doctrine): assessing unilateralism
   U.S. military occupations: how Iraq compares to earlier episodes

   International and domestic impact of integrated global financial and trade markets
   Causes and effects of regional and domestic financial crises across regions
   U.S trade policy; regional trade organizations; global anti-trust competition

   Regional integration
   Democratization
   Imperialism
   Terrorism


PRINCIPAL TEACHING INTERESTS
International Relations Theory                              Comparative Politics Theory
International Political Economy                             Comparative Foreign Policy
U.S. Foreign Policy                                         Comparative Political Economy
International Security
International Organization                                  Europe (primary region)
Regionalism                                                 Latin America and Asia (secondary)


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
American Political Science Association
International Studies Association
European Union Studies Association




LANGUAGES
Spanish (speaking and reading proficiency): Columbia Ph.D. proficiency exam, Summer 2000.
French (reading and speaking semi-proficiency): Columbia Ph.D. proficiency exam, Fall 1999.




METHODS
STATA, SPSS, Excel


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