Dr. Daniel Kinderman
Daniel Kinderman, PhD (Cornell University, 2011) joined the Department in 2011. He specializes in comparative and international political economy and corporate social responsibility (CSR), with a geographical focus on Europe. He teaches courses on European politics, the European Union (EU), corporate social responsibility, comparative political economy and international political economy. His current research focuses on the politics of non-financial reporting in the EU; on the institutional preferences of German employers; on the effects of business-led CSR organizations on their members' social and environmental performance; and on the impact of the end of the Cold War on the disciplines of political science and international relations in the United States.
"Explaining the Rise of National CSR: The Role of Global Frameworks, World Culture and Corporate Interests" Chapter for Kiyoteru Tsutsui and Alwyn Lim (eds.) CSR in a Globalizing World. New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming
"Corporate Social Responsibility in the EU, 1993-2013: Institutional Ambiguity, Economic Crises, Business Legitimacy, and Bureaucratic Politics" Journal of Common Market Studies Vol. 51 No. 3 (July 2013).
"'Free us up so we can be responsible!' The co-evolution of Corporate Social Responsibility and neo-liberalism in the UK, 1977-2010" Socio-Economic Review Vol. 10, No. 1, January 2012, pp. 29-57.
"The political economy of sectoral exchange rate preferences and lobbying: Germany from 1960-2008, and beyond" Review of International Political Economy Vol. 15, No. 5, December 2008, pp. 851-880.