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WADE JACOBY

Department of Political Science 1734 Pine Lane

Brigham Young University Provo, UT 84604

750 SWKT Tel: 801-422-5936

Provo, UT 84604 Fax: 801-422-0580

wade.jacoby@byu.edu

EDUCATION
MIT. Ph.D. in Political Science, February 1996. Major fields: Comparative Politics, Political Economy, and Defense and Arms Control. Dissertation: “The Politics of Institutional Transfer: Two Postwar Reconstructions in Germany, 1945-1995.”
University of Bonn. Coursework on EC/EU and on German foreign and security policy, 1987-88. Thesis on CDU/CSU opposition to SPD Ostpolitik, 1969-1973.
Brigham Young University. B.A. in European Studies, May 1987. Magna cum laude and University Honors. Honors thesis on Cambodian politics since the fall of the Khmer Rouge.

WORK
Brigham Young University. Professor of Political Science, 2007-present.


Brigham Young University. Associate Professor of Political Science, 2002-2007.
University of Bonn, Germany, Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science, June-July 2005.
University of Cagliari, Italy, Visiting Professor, Department of Law, May-June 2005.
Brigham Young University. Assistant Professor of Political Science, 2000-2002.
University of California, Berkeley. Visiting Scholar, Department of Political Science, 1998-1999.
Grinnell College. Assistant Professor of Political Science, 1995-2000.
Seminar XXI. Research associate responsible for analytical preparation and discussion groups at MIT’s monthly forum on the politics of foreign societies held for senior members of the US national security policy community in Washington, DC, 1991-1994. Faculty supervisors were Suzanne Berger, Myron Weiner, Barry Posen and Kenneth Oye.
MIT Industrial Performance Center. Research associate conducting interviews and evaluating written materials on German machine tool industry for follow up to the Made in America study, 1993-94. Faculty supervisors were Richard Lester and Suzanne Berger.
United States House of Representatives. Legislative assistant responsible for defense, foreign affairs and international political economy issues for Rep. Richard Stallings (D-Idaho), 1988-89.
Brigham Young University. Teaching assistant for BYU Honors Program. Taught review sections and graded exams and papers for two courses: Readings in the History of Ideas (Fall 1985, Fall 1986) and History of Western Science (Winter 1986, Winter 1987). Faculty supervisor was F. Kent Nielsen.
Bonn Jets/Konstanz Falken. Quarterback for Bonn Jets (German First Division) and for Konstanz Falken. Member of German national championship team with the latter.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Research Analyst, Arms Control Association, 1986.
Paech Brot Bäckerei. Production line worker in Berlin’s largest bakery, Summer 1986.

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS


2008. “Agent Permeability, Principal Delegation, and the European Court of Human Rights.” (With Darren Hawkins). Forthcoming at Review of International Organizations.
2008. “Minority Traditions and Postcommunist Politics: How do IGOs Matter?” In Mitchell Orenstein, Stephen Bloom, and Nicole Lindstrom (eds), Transnational Actors in Central and East European Transitions. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press, pp. 111-153.
2007. “Managing Globalization by Managing Central and Eastern Europe.” Forthcoming in European Studies Forum, 37(2) (Fall).
2007. “Yielding Sovereignty to International Institutions: Bringing System Structure Back In” (with Scott Cooper, Darren Hawkins, and Daniel Nielson). Forthcoming in International Studies Review.
2006. “Inspiration, Coalition, and Substitution: External Influences on Postcommunist Transformations.” World Politics 58 (4) (July), pp. 623-651.
2006. The Enlargement of the EU and NATO: Ordering From the Menu in Central Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press, paperback edition.
2006. “Is the New Europe a Good Substitute for the Old One?” International Studies Review 8, pp. 175-188.
2006. “How Agents Matter” (with Darren Hawkins). In Darren Hawkins, David Lake, Daniel Nielson, and Michael Tierney (eds), Delegation and Agency in International Organizations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 199-228.
2006. “German Transatlanticism Between Narcissism and Nostalgia.” In John Baylis and Jon Roper (eds). Disunited States?: America and Europe Beyond the Neo-Conservative Divide. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 55-71.
2005. “External Incentives and Lesson-Drawing in Regional Policy and Health Care.” In Frank Schimmelfennig and Ulrich Sedelmeier (eds), The Europeanization of Eastern Europe: Evaluating the Conditionality Model. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, pp. 91-111.
2005. “Military Competence or Policy Loyalty? Central Europe and Transatlantic Relations.” In David Andrews (ed), The Atlantic Alliance Under Stress: US-European Relations After Iraq. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 232-255.
2005. “Institutional Transfer: Can Semisovereignty be Transferred? The Political Economy of Eastern Germany.” In Simon Green and William Patterson (eds), Governance in Germany: The Semisovereign State Revisited. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 21-45.
2004. “Patch-work Solidarity: Describing and Explaining US and European Labour Internationalism” (with Brian Burgoon). Review of International Political Economy 11(4), pp. 849-879.
2004. The Enlargement of the EU and NATO: Ordering From the Menu in Central Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press.
2004. “Tax Reforms and Modell Deutschland: Lessons from Four Years of Red-Green Tax Policy” (with Achim Truger). In James Sperling (ed), Germany at Fifty-Five: Berlin is not Bonn? Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 387-410.
2004. “The Rise of Experimentalism in German Collective Bargaining” (with Martin Behrens). British Journal of Industrial Relations 42(1), pp. 95-123.
2002. “Amerikanische Gewerkschaften und Einwanderung: Eine schwierige Umarmung” (with Brian Burgoon). WSI-Mitteilungen, Special Issue, October, pp. 2-16.
2002. “Das Wettrennen um die EU-Mitgliedschaft: Warum die Osterweiterung für Makroökonomen von Bedeutung ist.” WSI-Mitteilungen. May, pp. 292-99.
2002. “The EU’s Pivotal Role in the Creation of Czech Regional Policy” (with Pavel Černoch. In Ronald Linden (ed). Norms and Nannies: The Impact of International Organizations on the Central and East European States. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 317-40.
2002. “Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk: The Cultural and Institutional Effects of Western Models.” In Frank Bönker, Klaus Müller and Andreas Pickel (eds), Postcommunist Transformation and the Social Sciences: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 129-52.
2001. “Americanization by Negation? Occupation Forces, Codetermination, and Works Councils.” In Wolfgang-Uwe Friedrich (ed), Germany and America: Essays in Honor of Gerald R. Kleinfeld. New York: Berghahn Books.
2001. “Experimentalism as a Tool of Economic Innovation in Germany” (with Martin Behrens). German Politics and Society 19(3), Fall, pp. 1-33.
2001. Imitation and Politics: Redesigning Modern Germany. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Paperback edition.
2001. “Tutors and Pupils: International Organizations, Central European Elites, and Western Models.” Governance 14(2), pp. 169-200.
2001. “The Imitation-Innovation Trade Off: Does ‘Borrowing Dull the Edge of Husbandry?’“Comparative Political Studies 34(3), pp. 263-293.
2000. Imitation and Politics: Redesigning Modern Germany. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. CHOICE Outstanding Academic Book for 2000.
1999. “Priest and Penitent: The EU as a Force in the Domestic Politics of Eastern Europe.” East European Constitutional Review 8(1-2), pp. 62-67. Reprinted in Christian Soe (ed), Annual Editions: Comparative Politics, 2000-2001. Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw Hill, 2000.
1999. “Exemplars, Analogies, and Menus: Eastern Europe in Cross-Regional Comparisons.” Governance 12(3), pp. 455-78.
1997. “The Dilemmas of Diffusion: Social Embeddedness and the Problems of Institutional Change in Eastern Germany” (with Richard Locke). Politics and Society 25(1), pp. 34-65.
1997. “The Dilemmas of Diffusion: Institutional Transfer and the Remaking of Vocational Training Practices in Eastern Germany” (with Richard Locke). In Lowell Turner (ed), Negotiating the New Germany: Can Social Partnership Survive? Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

NEWSLETTERS, MEDIA, OFFICIAL WORKING PAPERS


2006. “Don’t Buy What Yoo’s Selling.” Op-ed in The Daily Universe, January 23.
2006. “Side Payments Over Solidarity: Financing the Poor Cousins in Germany and the EU.” Working Paper of the American Consortium of EU Studies.
2005. “No Justification for Torturing Any Prisoner” (with Gary Bryner, Richard Davis, Byron Daynes, Eric Hyer, Kendall Stiles). Op-ed in The Daily Herald, December 13.
2005. “The Enlargement of the EU and NATO.” European Union Studies Association Newsletter, June.
2005. “The Enlargement of the EU and NATO.” Research Brief 10, European Union Center of California, March.
2003. “Criticism of Protests Unsupported.” Op-ed in The Daily Universe, March 26.
2003. “Tax Reforms and Modell Deutschland: Lessons from Four Years of Red-Green Tax Policy” (with Achim Truger). Working Paper of the Institute for European Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
2003. “Iraq War not in US Interests” (with Donna Lee Bowen, Gary Bryner, Byron Daynes, Darren Hawkins, Eric Hyer). Op-ed in Deseret News, January 23.
1996. “The Politics of Institutional Transfer: Imitating Labor Institutions.” Clio 6(2).
1996. “Germany Loses Its Consensus on Social Policy.” Op-ed in Christian Science Monitor, June 21.
1993. “Competition, Trade and the Pressures for National Institutional Convergence,” Working paper of the MIT Industrial Performance Center.
1991. “Russia’s Future.” Precis 3(1), pp. 1-2.
Additional TV and radio appearances on Voice of America, CNN International, BBC.

SCHOLARSHIP IN PREPARATION OR IN PRESS


“Side Payments Over Solidarity: Financing the Poor Cousins in Germany and the EU.” Revise and resubmit at West European Politics. Recently appeared as a Working Paper of the American Consortium of EU Studies after undergoing peer review by their editorial board.
“Is Immigration Dividing US Labor?” (With Brian Burgoon). Revise and resubmit at British Journal of Industrial Relations.
“The Europeanization of Child Protection Policy in Romania.” (With Gabriel Lataianu). Under initial review at Comparative Political Studies.
Twenty entries (most of which were co-authored with BYU students) to the Nato Encyclopedia. Edited by Craig Cobane, (Clio Publishing), 2007.
Book reviews on books by Richard Rose (West European Politics) and Rebecca Henderson (Comparative Political Studies), both appeared in 2006.

AWARDS
Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst/American Institute for Contemporary German Studies DAAD Prize, awarded triennially to a North American scholar for work on German politics, 2006.


Marshall Shulman Book Prize, American Academy for the Advancement of Slavic Studies/Harriman Institute, Columbia University (for The Enlargement of the European Union and NATO), 2005.
Young Scholar Award, BYU, 2004-2006
Choice, Outstanding Academic Book for 2000 (for Imitation and Politics)
German Marshall Fund Research Fellow, 1998-1999
National Council for Eurasian and East European Research Fellow, 1998-1999
Carl Friedrich Prize of the American Political Science Association, Conference Group on German Politics, best dissertation in German studies (political science and history) for 1994-1996
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Bundeskanzler Scholarship, 1994-95
Social Science Research Council Dissertation Grant for Western Europe, 1993-94
Harvard Center for European Studies Dissertation Grant, 1993-94
Freie Universität Berlin Dissertation Research Grant, 1993-94 (declined)
Harvard Center for European Studies Short-Term Research Grant, 1990
Jacob Javits Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1989-93
William J. Fulbright Scholarship, 1987-88

SERVICE
Founding Director, BYU Center for the Study of Europe, 2003-2006


North American Editor, German Politics, 2006-2007
Editorial Board, Governance, 2005-2007
Program Chair, European Union Studies Association, Bi-Annual Conference, Montreal, 2007
Treasurer, American Political Science Association, European Politics Section, 2005-2006
Planning and Policy Committee, Political Science Department, BYU, 2004-2006
Chair, Rank and Status Committee, Political Science Department, BYU, 2005-2006
Rank and Status Committee, Political Science Department, BYU, 2003-2004
Washington Seminar Internship Committee, Political Science Department, BYU, 2004-05
Academic Advisory Board, European Union Center of California, 2001-2006
Program Chair, Political Science, German Studies Association, 2002-2003
Book Review Editor, Politik, 2001-2003
Conference Group on German Politics, Midwest Representative, 1998-2000
Curriculum Committee, Political Science Department, BYU, 2001-2002.
Pi Sigma Alpha Faculty Advisor, BYU, 2000-2002.
Assessment Committee, Political Science Department, BYU, 2000-2001.
Chairman of Board, International Demining Corporation, 1995-1999. (IDO was a non-profit “public benefit corporation” promoting landmine removal in Cambodia).
Program Committee, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, 1997-1998.
Screener, SSRC International Studies Dissertation Program, 1997-1998.
Writing Across the Curriculum Committee, Grinnell College, 1997-1998.
Russian/East European Studies Concentration Committee, Grinnell College, 1999-2000.
Off-Campus Study Committee, Grinnell College, 1999-2000.

SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS


“Solidarity or Side Payments? Financing the Poor Cousins in Germany and Europe.” Paper presented at the panel, New Developments in German Federalism, German Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 6, 2007.
“Europe and the Management of Globalization.” Talk given at the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals, June 25, 2007.
“Managing Globalization by Managing Central and Eastern Europe.” Paper given at the conference Europe and the Management of Globalization, Princeton, February 18, 2007.
“What German Reunification Teaches us about Post-Communist Transformations in Eastern and Central Europe.” Talk at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies and Johns Hopkins SAIS, Washington, DC, November 5, 2006.
“Two Germanies.” Talk at the AICGS Global Leadership Awards Dinner, New York City, November 2, 2006.
“Importing Good Governance.” Talk given at the conference, New Instruments of International Governance: Transatlantic and Global Perspectives, Vienna, Austria, May 8-10, 2006.

“Enlarging the EU and NATO: Ordering from the Menu in Central Europe.” Talk given at Temple University’s Temple-Penn European Studies Colloquium, April 27, 2006 and at the panel, New Books on the European Union, International Studies Association Conference, San Diego, March 23-26, 2006.

“The EU, International Organizations and Post-Communist Reform: Five Paradoxes.” Talk given at the Woodrow Wilson Center East European Studies Program, April 26, 2006.
“EU Enlargement as a Policy Instrument.” Talk given at the conference, Enlargement and the European Union: Strategy, Impacts, Limits, Yale University, April 7-8, 2006.
“Globalization Research and the Study of Europe.” Talk given at the roundtable of the Globalization Research Group of the Council for European Studies, Chicago, March 29, 2006.
“Is Immigration Dividing US Labor?” Paper given at the conference, The Political Economy of Immigration and Migrant Labour, London School of Economics, March 10-11, 2006.
“From Kosovo to Fallujah: The Crisis in US Civil-Military relations.” Talk given at Brigham Young University, January 19, 2006.
“Enlarging the EU and NATO: Ordering from the Menu in Central Europe.” Talk given at the European Union Center, University of Illinois, Urbana, November 7, 2005.
“Institutional Emulation in the EU and NATO Enlargements.” Talk given at McGill University, Montreal, November 4, 2005.
“Minority Traditions and Transnational Politics in Post-Communism.” Paper presented at the conference, Post-Communist State and Society: Transnational and National Politics, Moynihan Center, Syracuse University, September 30-October 1, 2005.

“Federalism, Fiscal Policy, Finanzausgleich: Recent Developments.” Paper presented at the panel, Germany's Crisis Areas, German Studies Association Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, September 30, 2005.



“Is the New Europe a Good Substitute for the Old One?” Paper presented at the conference, The Changing Face of Europe: European Institutions in the 21st Century, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA, April 8, 2005.
“The Enlargement of the European Union and Nato.” Roundtable on New Research on the Future of an Enlarged EU, European Union Studies Association Meeting, Austin, Texas, April 1-3, 2005.
“Consolidating Democracy in Central Europe.” Paper presented at the panel, The Consequences of EU Enlargement: A First Assessment. European Union Studies Association Meeting, Austin, Texas, April 1-3, 2005.
“Yielding Sovereignty to International Institutions: Bringing System Structure Back In.” Paper presented (with Scott Cooper, Darren Hawkins, and Daniel Nielson) at the International Studies Association Meetings, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 4-6, 2005.
“Military Competence or Policy Loyalty? Central Europe and the Future of Nato.” Paper presented at the conference, Assessing the Enlargement of the European Union, University of Washington, Seattle, February 25, 2005.
“The Enlargement of the European Union.” Paper given at the London School of Economics and Political Science, November 23, 2004 and at the Institute for German Studies, University of Birmingham, October 14, 2004.
“American Bureaucracy in Comparative Perspective.” Talk given at the London School of Economics and Political Science, November 8, 2004.
“Military Competence or Policy Loyalty? Central Europe and Transatlantic Relations.” Paper given at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy, May 15, 2004.
“Why Agents Matter.” Paper given (with Darren Hawkins) in the panel Problems in State Delegation to International Organizations. International Studies Association Meeting, Montreal, Canada, March 19, 2004.
“External Incentives and Lesson-Drawing: The Cases of Regional Policy and Health Care in the Czech Republic and Hungary.” Paper given in the panel EU Enlargement and the East European Candidate States. Conference of the Europeanists Biannual Meeting, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, March 12, 2004.
“The Semi-Sovereign State in Eastern Germany.” Paper given at the Seminar Series on European Politics at the University of Toronto, December 8, 2003 and Harvard Center for European Studies, March 16, 2004.
“Consolidating Democracy in Central Europe: The Chain of Delegation.” Paper given at the conference Dilemmas of Europeanization: Politics and Society in Eastern and Central Europe After EU Enlargement, Harvard Center for European Studies, Cambridge, December 6, 2003.
“How CEE States Cope with the Institutional Demands of the Acquis.” Paper given at the Workshop Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: Confronting New Unknowns. University of California, San Diego, May 24, 2003, the International Studies Association Meetings, Budapest, Hungary, June 28, 2003, and The Europeanization of Eastern Europe, European University Institute, San Domenico di Fiesole, Italy, July 7, 2003.

Conceptualizing Agents as Important Actors: The Agent Side of Principal-Agent Theory.” (with Darren Hawkins). Paper given at the Workshop Delegation to International Organizations, Weatherhead Center, Harvard University, April 26, 2003.

“Remaking the East by Looking to the West.” Talk given at the workshop European Union Enlargement: An Eastern Perspective. Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman. April 7, 2003.


“Policy Learning: The State of the Debate.” Talk given at the European Union Studies Association. Nashville, March 28, 2003.

“Three Institutionalisms in the Study of EU Enlargement.” Talk given in the panel European Institutions and Administrative Capacity in East-Central Europe. American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Pittsburgh, November 21-24, 2002.


“Making New Members: How Does Nato Membership Change Post-Communist Militaries?” Talk given at the Security Studies Program Seminar, MIT Center for International Studies, Cambridge, MA, November 20, 2002.
“Civil-Military Relations in Central and Eastern Europe.” Talk given at the MIT Center for International Studies Civ-Mil Working Group, Cambridge, MA, November 19, 2002.
“Pushing and Pulling: The Enlargement of the EU.” Talk given at the Center for German and European Studies, Berkeley, CA, November 7, 2002.

“Yielding Sovereignty to International Institutions: Developing a Supply-Side Logic” (with Scott Cooper, Darren Hawkins, and Daniel Nielson). Paper given at the American Political Science Association Meetings, Boston, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 2002.


“Institutional Transfer in Eastern Germany.” Keynote Address given to the Conference on The Semisovereign State at Twenty-Five, Birmingham England, April 25, 2002.
“Miss Eastern Europe: Who Will Win the Decade-Long Beauty Contest and Gain EU Membership?” Talk given to the David M. Kennedy Center, BYU, April 2, 2002.
“The Role of International Actors in the Political and Economic Transformations in Central Europe.” Talk given to the Faculty of Social Science, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, March 29, 2002.
“Emulation and Enlargement.” Paper given at the ECPR Workshop on European Union Enlargement, University of Torino, Italy, March 22-27, 2002.

“How Central and East Europeans Cope with EU Demands for Institutional Reform.” Paper presented in the panel External Dimensions of Change in Eastern and Central Europe at the Conference of the Europeanists, Chicago, March 14-16, 2002.


“Labor Scholarship and the Varieties of Capitalism Debate.” Talk given at panel New Directions in Comparative Labor Relations at the Conference of the Europeanists, Chicago, March 14-16, 2002.
“Ordering from the Menu: The Enlargement of NATO and the EU.” Paper presented at the EU Center of Los Angeles, Scripps College, January 24, 2002.
“Political Aspects of European Integration.” Talk given at the WSI Herbstforum, Düsseldorf, Germany, November 29, 2001.
“What can Policymakers Learn from the Academic Debate on Policy Transfer?” Talk given to the Working Group on the Promotion of Legal Reform of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC, October 5, 2001.
“Financing the Poor Cousins: Reforming the EU Structural Funds and the German Länderfinanzausgleich.” Paper presented in the panel Reconceptualizing Europe: Dimensions and Dilemmas of EU Enlargement at the German Studies Association Meetings in Arlington, Virginia, October 4-7, 2001.
“Building a ‘European Mentality’ in Defense and Security: The Czech and Hungarian Cases.” Paper presented in the panel From the ‘Transition Mentality’ to the ‘European Mentality’? at the American Political Science Association Meetings, San Francisco, September 1-4, 2001.
“Four Theses on EU Enlargement.” Paper presented in the panel Germany as Neighbor: Relations with Eastern Europe at the Harvard Center for European Studies Conference “Collective Visions: Germany 1966-2001” in Dresden, June 22-24, 2001.
“Migration in the Contemporary Europe.” Talk given at seminar on David Edgar’s Pentecost at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, May 5, 2001.
“Conspiracy Theories in German Politics.” Talk given to the Utah Universities Capitol Conference at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, April 7, 2001.
“Two Views of the German Economy.” Paper presented in the panel The Global Challenge: Governments and Markets at the Pacific Affairs Workshop on “Germany, Europe and the Global Challenge: Facing Political, Economic and Cultural Shifts” at California State University, Long Beach, March 29-31, 2001.
“Why is it so Hard to Say Anything Interesting About German Foreign Policy Towards Eastern Europe?” Paper presented in the panel, Germany, Central Europe and EU-Enlargement at the German Studies Association Meetings in Houston, October 5-8, 2000.
“Hearts and Minds: How We Conceive and Present Courses with Post-Communist Themes.” Paper presented in the panel Issues of Pedagogy and the Liberal Arts Curriculum at the ACM Conference, “Integrating Post-Communist Transformations into the Liberal Arts Curriculum” at St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, March 3-5, 2000.
“Economic Innovation: A German Dilemma.” Paper presented in the panel German Dilemmas at the End of the Century at the German Studies Association Meetings in Atlanta, Georgia, October 7-10, 1999.
“Quasi-Experimentalism as a Tool of Economic Innovation.” Paper written with Martin Behrens, Cornell University and presented in the panel, Standort Deutschland: Still a Model? at the American Political Science Association Meetings in Atlanta Georgia, September 2-5, 1999.
“Germany’s Y2K Problems.” Paper presented to the World Affairs Council in Monterey, California, June 20, 1999.
“Priest and Penitent: The EU as a Force in the Domestic Politics of Eastern Europe.” Paper presented at the Center for German and European Studies, University of California, Berkeley, May 18, 1999.
“Creating Stability Through Disruption?: The EU in Eastern Europe.” Paper presented at the Conference “International Responses to Instability and Disorder in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union” at the University of California, Berkeley, April 10-11, 1999.
“Fighting Democracy and Autocracy in One Economy: The US Occupation of Post-WWII Germany.” Paper presented at the Center for West European Studies, University of California, Berkeley, April 1, 1999.
“Americanization by Negation? Occupation Forces, Codetermination, and Works Councils.” Paper presented at the conference “The American Impact on Western Europe: Americanization and Westernization in Transatlantic Perspective” at the German Historical Institute in Washington, March 25-27, 1999.
“Tutors and Pupils: International Organizations, Central European Elites, and Western Models.” Paper presented at the Structures of Governance Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, March 7, 1999.
“Talking the Talk: The Cultural and Institutional Effects of Western Models.” Paper presented at the conference “Postcommunist Transformation and the Social Sciences: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches” in Berlin, October 30-31, 1998.
“Vocational Training in Germany.” Paper presented in the panel Policy Borrowing at the Policy Studies Association Meetings in Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 10, 1997.
“The Allure of the Modern and the Taint of Foreignness: Legitimating Institutional Transfer.” Paper presented in the panel German Unification: Internal and External Dimensions at the German Studies Association Meetings in Seattle, October 14, 1996.
“The Double Mirage: Institution Building by Design.” Paper presented in the panel Understanding Imitation at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Geneva, July 12, 1996.
“Is the Borrower Servant to the Lender? Imitation and Dependence in Eastern and Central Europe.” Paper presented at the Center for Austrian Studies, Minneapolis, May 17, 1996.
“When Does Borrowing Dull the Edge of Husbandry?” Paper presented in the panel German Politics at the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 18, 1996.
“The Politics of Institutional Transfer: Imitating Labor Institutions.” Paper presented in the panel Labor in Historical Perspective at the Western Political Science Association Meetings, San Francisco, March 15, 1996.
“Learning, Tinkering or Building? Speculations on Institutional Transfer in Advanced Economies.” Paper presented at the Workshop on Institutional Change and Mutual Learning: Germany and America, Wissenschaftszentrum, Berlin, December 18, 1995.
“Toward a Theory of Institutional Transfer.” Paper presented at the United Nations International Colloquium on Post-Conflict Reconstruction Strategies, Schlaining, Austria, June 23, 1995.
“Imitation as Forschungsgegenstand and as Political Project.” Paper presented at the Department of Administrative Sciences, University of Konstanz, Germany, May 18, 1995.
“The Politics of Imitation: Industrial Relations in Eastern Germany.” Paper presented in the panel, Political Economy of the United Germany at the APSA Meetings, New York, NY, September 1-4, 1994 and in the panel, Strategies of Change in European Political Economies at the Harvard Center for European Studies Workshop on Institutional Analysis and European Political Economy, February 18, 1994.
“Two Postwar Reconstructions: Institutional Transfer in Germany, 1945-93.” Paper presented in the panel on Institutional Development in Comparative and Historical Perspective at the Western Political Science Association, Albuquerque, March 11, 1994.
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