Mark S. Manger
Research interests lie in comparative and international political economy, with a focus on trade and financial policy. He is currently working on a major SSHRC-funded project on the political economy of macroeconomic policy. Recent publications include “The Origins of Persistent Current Account Imbalances in the Post-Bretton Woods Era,” with Thomas Sattler, in Comparative Political Studies 53 (3–4) 2020: 613–64, and “Hubs of Governance: Higher-order Effects of PTA formation,” with S. Y. Kim. Political Science Research and Methods 5 (3) 2017:467–88. He was promoted to Associate Professor in July of 2014.