Dr. Daniel Kinderman
Daniel Kinderman, PhD (Cornell University, 2011) joined the Department in 2011. He specializes in comparative and international political economy (CPE and IPE) and Corporate Responsibility (CSR), with a geographical focus on Europe. Professor Kinderman's current and recent research focuses on the Political Economy of CSR across Europe and the OECD; on power in the transnational networks of CSR; on exchange-rate preferences and politics; and on Varieties of Capitalism. He teaches courses on European Politics and International and Comparative Political Economy.
"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.
“Pressure from Without, Subversion from Within: The Two-Pronged German Employer Offensive” Comparative European Politics, Volume 3, Issue 4, December 2005, pp. 432-463.