Mark S. Manger
Research interests lie in comparative and international political economy, with a focus on Japan and the East Asian region. He is currently working on a major SSHRC-funded project on the political economy of global financial imbalances. Recent publications include “Vertical Trade Specialization and the Formation of North-South PTAs,” World Politics 64(4) 2012, “A Hierarchy of Preferences: A Longitudinal Network Analysis Approach to PTA Formation,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 56(5) 2012 (with M. Pickup and T. Snijders), and “Political Trade Dependence and North-South Trade Agreements,” International Studies Quarterly 58(1) 2014 (with K. Shadlen). He was promoted to Associate Professor in July of 2014.