Stephen R Gill

Department of Political Science

Professor

Office: Ross Building, S660
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 88824
Emailsgill@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.stephengill.com
Secondary websitewww.yorku.ca/gradcmct/profiles/faculty/Gill

Areas of Expertise: Global Political Economy; Political & Social Theory; International Relations & Geopolitics; Law & Constitutionalism; Culture & Communications; Global Governance and Leadership; Global Health, European Integration, United States Politics and Foreign Policy. Overview: Professor Gill is Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science, Communications and Culture at York University. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a Senior Associate Member of St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University. His teaching is in the fields of International Relations, Global Political Economy and Social and Political Theory. In 2016 he was the recipient of the Hallsworth Visiting Research Chair in Global Studies at the University of Manchester, UK. With the following citation: “Professor Gill is a world leading scholar of global political economy, political and social theory, international relations and law and cultural studies. His important work has also addressed US hegemony, imperialism and strategy as well as transatlantic and ‘trilateral’ (US-EU-Japan relations) and European integration.” Stephen Gill was elected Vice-President of the 6500-member International Studies Association (ISA) in 2003, and subsequently elected as the ISA’s Distinguished Senior Scholar in International Political Economy in 2006 for his career contributions and research leadership. In 2009 Gill was named as one of the top 50 all-time thinkers in International relations in Martin Griffiths, Steven C. Roach, M. Scott Solomon, Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations (New York Routledge 2009) in the section on critical theory, alongside such figures such as Antonio Gramsci, Jurgen Habermas and Robert W. Cox. Gill has been the recipient of many fellowships (including two Fulbright awards) and several Visiting Chairs including at Warwick University (UK); University of Tokyo; Meiji Gakuin University, Yokohama; University of California, Los Angeles; New York University and the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 2009-10 he was the inaugural Jane and Aatos Erkko Visiting Research Professor for the Study of Contemporary Society and Social Justice at the Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki where he hosted the inaugural Helsinki Symposium and also made a series of podcasts and videocasts on contemporary intellectual and political matters. (For details and other blog postings see http://stephengill.com/news/. In June 2017 he was invited to present his ideas on global governance and the challenges of right-wing populism at a special symposium to inaugurate a collaborative research initiative at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cambridge, Massachusetts and he is currently in discussions to edit a special edition of the Academy’s journal Daedalus. Gill is also an award-winning teacher, mentor and supervisor of several generations of York graduate and undergraduate students. Three of his doctoral students have won the prestigious York Faculty of Graduate Studies award for the best dissertation defended in their graduating year; two of his current PhD students who came to York expressly to work with him are in receipt of prestigious SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier doctoral fellowships. His peer-reviewed publications include: (1) 20 refereed books published, or republished in second editions/new formats and translations; (2); 53 articles; (3) 93 chapters, essays and encyclopaedia entries and (3) over 90 refereed conference papers. Many of his publications have been translated into several modern languages. Gill has also delivered 68 plenary/keynotes at conferences and conventions and 73 invited public lectures at other universities. His Power and Resistance in the New World Order (Palgrave 2008) won the Outstanding Academic Title Award from Choice, the academic journal of the 65,000-member American Library Association. Other key and widely cited works include: Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy, with feminist thinker Isabella Bakker (Palgrave 2003/2004); Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations (Cambridge University Press 1993/2011); American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission (Cambridge University Press 1991/2010). Finally, The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies, with development economist David Law (Johns Hopkins University Press 1988) which was a best seller that defined this field of study and that was adopted as a text for graduate and upper level undergraduate courses at over 500 universities world-wide. Recent works include: Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership, published by Cambridge University Press in 2012; a second enlarged edition of Gill, editor and contributor, Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism was published in October 2013 and selected as an 'International Political Economy Classic' by Palgrave Macmillan; and New Constitutionalism and World Order (Cambridge University Press 2014 & 2015 with lawyer Claire Cutler, editors and contributors). Gill also published Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance: Re-imagining the Future (editor and contributor, Palgrave 2015 & 2016). Gill is the recipient of eight major SSHRC research awards that have also helped to fund many of his graduate research students. His currently funded SSHRC Insight Research, on Political and Economic Crises in Europe was ranked 1/105 in the competition. On 8 August 2017 his work had 11,141 Google Scholar citations, with 3720 citations since 2012. For details please go to: https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=Y_y4uXwAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Area of Specialization

Political Science

Degrees

Ph.D., Birmingham
P.G.C.E., Manchester
M.A., Essex
Dip I.A., Bath
B.A., London

Professional Leadership

(1) Organized, funded and led as Principal Investigator the Research Program (2010-15), "New Constitutionalism, World Order and Global Governance". This integrated teaching and training, a research workshop and public outreach. It produced two volumes and two new blended courses offered in Summer 2013 and 2015. Its main components were as follows: (A) International Graduate Summer School in International Political Economy and Ecology for 25 York and visiting students. See https://vimeo.com/24030477 (B) A one-day Public Lecture Event The Future of Global Governance? Attended by over 250 people in May 2011 held at Schulich School of Business, bringing top scholars within the field to York. See http://www.yorku.ca/lefutur/. This later resulted in Stephen Gill (2015) editor & contributor, Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance: Reimagining the Future (London and New York: Macmillan-Palgrave). (C) Led SSHRC Funded International Workshop with 35 participants at York on New Constitutionalism and World Order. May-June 2011. See: http://ocs.library.yorku.ca/index.php/ncwo/ncwo. This resulted in Stephen Gill and Claire Cutler, editors and contributors New Constitutionalism and World Order (Cambridge University Press 2014). (2) 2012-15 Member, Distinguished Scholar Selection Committee, International Political Economy, International Studies Association. (3) 2010-2014 Representative (Représentant), Academy of Social Sciences (Académie des Sciences Sociales) Academy II (Académie II), Committee on International Affairs, Royal Society of Canada.

Community Contributions

(1) Opening Plenary address & discussion to public conference involving European media, unions, political activists and policy makers: EU Trade Policy at the Crossroads: between Economic Liberalism and Democratic Challenges, 4–6 February 2016, Centre for International Development, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Vienna, Austria. (2) Opening presentation & discussion to medical practitioners, academics and policy makers, ‘Global Leadership, Organic Crisis and Global Health Governance’, Leadership in Global Health Governance Workshop, Queen Mary College, University of London, UK, January 16, 2013. (3) Plenary speaker, to symposium for medical practitioners (doctors, nurses), academics and policy makers, ‘The Global Political Economy and Global Health’. 9th Annual Global Health Symposium: Global Health and Global Health Ethics, Dalla Lana School of Public Health & Joint Centre for Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 1 November 2011. (4) Plenary speaker, ‘Towards a New Way of Thinking About Global Health.’ 9th Annual Global Health Symposium: Global Health and Global Health Ethics, Dalla Lana School of Public Health & Joint Centre for Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 1 November 2011.

Research Interests

International Relations, Globalization , Global Political Economy, Geopolitics, Global Governance, Global Health, New forms of political agency; the political and juridical constitution of global capitalism; American strategy; cultural and civilizational aspects of globalization, Global leadership and world order.

All Publications

Books

Stephen Gill and Claire Cutler, editors and contributors (2014). New Constitutionalism and World Order. Cambridge University Press. 386 pages. http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/politics-international-relations/international-relations-and-international-organisations/new-constitutionalism-and-world-order

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2013) Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism. Tokyo, United Nations University Press & London, Palgrave Macmillan: Palgrave Classics in International Political Economy. 328 pages. Index. http://us.macmillan.com/globalizationdemocratizationandmultilateralism-1/StephenGill

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership Cambridge University Press 2012. 320 pages. Index. Adobe eBook Reader Mobipocket eBook http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6532949/?site_locale=en_GB# Extract (Chapter 1): http://ebooks.cambridge.org/chapter.jsf?bid=CBO9781139046596&cid=CBO9781139046596A008

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2011) Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 333 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition. http://ebooks.cambridge.org/ebook.jsf?bid=CBO9780511558993http://ebooks.cambridge.org/chapter.jsf?bid=CBO9780511558993&cid=CBO9780511558993A012

Stephen Gill (2011) Valta ja vastarinta uudessa maailmanjärjestyksessä. Finnish expanded edition of Power and Resistance in the New World Order; translated by Timo Soukola, with a new Author’s Preface (Gaudeamus/University of Helsinki Press). 332 pages. Index. http://www.gaudeamus.fi/verkkokirjakauppa/_politiikka/gill_valtajavastarinta/

Stephen Gill & James H. Mittelman, editors and contributors (2011) Innovation and Transformation in International Studies. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 316 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition. http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item1156319/Innovation%20and%20Transformation%20in%20International%20Studies/?site_locale=en_GB

Stephen Gill (2010) American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 317 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition. http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item1142136/?site_locale=en_GB

Stephen Gill (2008) Power and Resistance in the New World Order. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave. Second fully revised updated & enlarged edition.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2007) Gramsci, materialismo histórico e relações internacionais. (Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations) . In Portuguese. Translated by Dinah de Abreu Azevedo. Brazilian edition with a new extended editor’s preface & introduction. Cambridge University Press & State University of Rio de Janeiro Press.

Isabella Bakker and Stephen Gill (2003) editors and contributors Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave.

Stephen Gill (2003) Power and Resistance in the New World Order. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1997) Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism. Tokyo. United Nations University Press & London. Macmillan.

Stephen Gill & James H. Mittelman, editors and contributors (1997) Innovation and Transformation in International Studies. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill (1996) Chiku Seiji no Saikochiku: Reisengo no Nichibeiou Kankei to Sekai Chitsujo (Restructuring Global Politics) In Japanese. Translated, with an editor’s preface, by Seiji Endo. Tokyo. Asahi Shimbun Sha.

R.W. Cox, Stephen Gill, Björn Hettne, James Rosenau, Yoshikazu Sakamoto & Kees van der Pijl (1995) Co-authors, International Political Economy: Understanding Global Disorder. London, Zed Press, Halifax NS, Fernwood Press, Dhaka, University Press.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1993) Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill (1991) American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1989) Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era. Brighton. Harvester Wheatsheaf & New York, St. Martin’s. (Hardback only.)

Stephen Gill & David Law (1988) The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies. Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf & Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Book Chapters

Stephen Gill, Solomon R Benatar and Isabella Bakker, ‘Global Heath and the Global Economic Crisis.’ In Michael Grodin, Daniel Tarantola, Sofia Gruskin and George Annas (editors), Health and Human Rights in a Changing World (London: Routledge, 2013). 487-500.

Stephen Gill & Adrienne Roberts, ‘Global Macroeconomic Governance and Gendered Inequality’ In Isabella Bakker, Diane Elson and Brigitte Young, editors Questioning Financial Governance from a Feminist Perspective (New York: Routledge, 2011): 154-71.

Stephen Gill & Isabella Bakker, ‘The global crisis and global health’ in Solomon R. Benatar and Gillian Brock editors, Global Health and Global Health Ethics (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011): 221-38.

Stephen Gill & Isabella Bakker, ‘Towards a new common sense: the need for new paradigms of global health’ in Solomon R. Benatar and Gillian Brock editors, Global Health and Global Health Ethics (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011): 329-32.

Paradoxes and Possibilities of the Global Organic Crisis’ Preface to the Finnish Edition of Gill, Power and Resistance in the New World Order. (Gaudeamus/University of Helsinki Press, 2011) : 3-28.

Selected refereed book chapters

‘Political protest in an age of neo-liberal austerity’, Preface to Florian Hessdörfer, Andrea Pabst, Peter Ullrich editors, Prevent and Tame: Protest under (Self)Control (Berlin, Karl Dietz Verlag 2010): 7-10.

‘Towards a Post-modern Prince?’ In Mark Charlton and Paul Barker eds. Crosscurrents: International Relations (Toronto: Nelson, 5th Edition, 2010) (13pp, page numbers not known).

‘European Governance and the New Constitutionalism.’ In John Kirton, editor, International Finance (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2009), 520-550.

Co-authored with David Law, ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital.’ In Alan Scott, Kate Nash and Anna Marie Smith editors, New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: Power, State and Inequality (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2009), 455-79.

‘Pessimism of the Intelligence and Optimism of the Will: Reflections on Political Agency in the Age of “Empire”’. In Joseph Francese, editor, Gramsci Now: Culture, Politics, and Social Theory (London and New York, Routledge, 2009), 97-109.

‘Pessimism of the Intelligence and Optimism of the Will: Reflections on Political Agency in the Age of “Empire”’. In Joseph Francese, editor, Gramsci Now: Culture, Politics, and Social Theory (London and New York, Routledge, 2009), 97-109.

Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘New Constitutionalism and Social Reproduction.’ In Isabella Bakker and Rachel Silvey eds. Beyond States and Markets: The Challenges of Social Reproduction (London: Routledge, Review of International Political Economy Series, 2008) 19-33.

‘New Constitutionalism, Democratisation & Global Political Economy’ in Paul James and Ronen Palan, editors, Globalizing Economic Regimes and Institutions (Los Angeles: Sage, 2007) 32-54.

‘A América Latina e o principe pós-moderno.’ (Prefácio à edição brasileira) In Portuguese. 11-40; ‘Gramsci e a politica global: uma proposta de pesquisas pós-hegemònicas’ In Portuguese. 41-64; 'Epistemologia, ontologia e a “escola italiana”’. In Portuguese. 65-100; Co-authored with David Law, ‘Hegemonia global e o poder estructural do capital’ 157-200; all in Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2007) Gramsci, materialismo histórico e relações internacionais. In Portuguese. (Rio: Cambridge University Press & State University of Rio de Janeiro Press)

‘The globalization of party politics’ in Katarina Sehm Patomäki and Marko Ulvila eds. Global Political Parties (London, Zed Books, 2007) 136-50.

‘New Constitutionalism, Democratization & Global Political Economy’. In Rorden Wilkinson editor, The Global Governance Reader (London: Routledge, 2005) 174-86.

‘Theorising the interregnum: the double movement and global politics’, In Louise Amoore editor, The Global Resistance Reader (London: Routledge, 2005) 54-64.

‘Towards a Post-modern Prince?’ In Louise Amoore editor, The Global Resistance Reader (London: Routledge, 2005) 150-58.

Co-authored with David Law. ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital’. In Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science edited by Timothy J Sinclair (London: Routledge, 2004) Vol II: 3-34.

‘Private International Relations Councils’, In Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science edited by Timothy J Sinclair (London: Routledge, 2004) Vol IV: 40-63.

‘Towards a stark utopia?’ In Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath editors, Global Tensions: Opportunities and Challenges in the World Economy (London and New York, Routledge 2004) 13-27.

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism.’ In Roland Robertson & Kathleen White editors, Globalization: Critical Concepts in Sociology (London and New York, Routledge 2003) 256-281.

‘A Neo-Gramscian Approach to European Integration.’ In Alan Cafruny and J. Magnus Ryner, editors, A Ruined Fortress? Neoliberal Hegemony and Transformation in Europe (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield 2003) 47-70.

Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘Hybridizing a New Intellectual Space.’ xxiii-xiv; Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘Global Political Economy & Social Reproduction’ 3-16; Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘Ontology, Method & Hypotheses.’ 17-41; Co-authored with Isabella Bakker and Tim Di Muzio, ‘Human In/Security on a Universal Scale.’ 99-102; ‘Social Reproduction of Affluence and Human In/security.’ 190-207; ‘National In/security on a Universal Scale.’ 208-23; in Isabella Bakker and Stephen Gill (2003) editors and contributors, Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy (London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave).

‘The Political Economy of Globalization: The Old and the New.’ In Joseph Camillieri and Esref Aksu editors, Democratizing Global Governance (New York: Palgrave 2002) 77-89.

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism.’ In E. Hovden and E. Keene eds. The Globalisation of Liberalism (New York: Palgrave 2002) 123-151.

‘Constitutionalizing Capital: EMU and Disciplinary Neo-liberalism’. In Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton editors. Social Forces in the Making of a New Europe (New York, Palgrave 2001) 47-69.

‘Hegemony’ 394-6; ‘The Group of Seven’ 369-70; revised and updated contributions to Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. General Editor: Joel Krieger. (New York, Oxford University Press, 2001)

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism.’ In A. Linklater, editor: International Relations: Critical Concepts in Social Science Vol. III (New York: Routledge 2001) 1223-1247

‘Henyo suru Chikyuu Seiji no Paradaimu ni Mukete: 21 seiki heno tenkanten ni tatte’. (Toward a Paradigm of Transformative Global Politics in the 21st Century) . In Seiji Endo and Makato Kobayashi, editors & translators: Gurobaru poritikusu: sekai no saikouzouka to atarashii seijigaku (Global Politics: Global Restructuration and a New Political Studies). (Tokyo, Yushindo, 2001)

‘Theoretische Grundlagen einer neo-gramscianischen Analyse der europäischen Integration’ (‘Theoretical Foundations of a Neo-Gramscian Analysis of European Integration’) In Hans-Jürgen Bieling & Jochen Steinhilber editors & translators: Die Konfiguration Europas - Dimensionen einer kritischen Integrationstheorie (Münster, Germany: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2000): 23-50.

‘Globalizing capital and political agency in the twenty-first century’, In Georgi M. Derluguian and Scott Greer editors: Questioning Geopolitics: Political Projects in the World-System. (Political Economy of the World-System Yearbook. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2000): 15-32.

‘Knowledge, power and neo-liberal political economy’ (with a new concluding postscript on the crisis of neo-liberalism). In Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill editors: Political Economy and the Changing Global Order. Second edition. (Toronto: Oxford University Press 2000) : 48-59.

‘Gramsci, modernità e globalizzazione’ (Gramsci, modernity and globalization).’ In Italian. In Guiseppe Vacca, editor Gramsci e il Novecento (Gramsci and the Twentieth Century) (Rome, Carocci editore & Istituto Gramsci, 1999). Translated by Donatella di Benedetto, 187-208. Later this became an online publication in English and Italian of the International Gramsci Society: January 2003: http://www.internationalgramscisociety.org/resources/online_articles/articles/gill02.shtml

‘Hegemony, Culture and Imperialism’ Foreword to Matt Davies, International Political Economy and Mass Communications in Chile: National Intellectuals and Transnational Hegemony. (Basingstoke and New York: Macmillan/St Martin’s Press, 1999) vii-xi.

‘Structural Changes in Multilateralism: the G-7 and the global crisis.’ In Michael G. Schechter editor: Innovation in Multilateralism. (Basingstoke, Macmillan & Tokyo, UN University Press, 1999) 113-165.

‘Gramsci, modernidad y globalización.’ In Spanish. In Dora Kanoussi editor & translator. Los estudios gramscianos hoy. (Mexico D.F.: Plaza y Valdés Editores, 1998)

‘Transformation and Innovation in the Study of World Order’, 5-24; ‘Rethinking and remaking the roots of global social and political theory’, 1-4; ‘Political economy: the social and ecological anatomy of transformation’, 71-74; ‘Transformation, innovation and emancipation in global political and civil society’, 135-37; ‘Reflections on global order in the twenty-first century’, 203-6; in Stephen Gill & James H Mittelman editors: Innovation and Transformation in International Studies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997).

‘Global structural change and multilateralism’, 1-18; ‘Finance, production and panopticism: inequality, risk and resistance in an era of disciplinary neo-liberalism’ 51-76; Co-authored with Fantu Cheru, ‘Structural adjustment and the G-7: limits and contradictions’, in Gill ed. Globalization, Democratisation and Multilateralism (1997) 141-70; in Gill editor: Globalization, Democratisation and Multilateralism (Tokyo. United Nations University Press & London, Macmillan, 1997)

‘An Emu or an Ostrich? EMU and Neo-Liberal Economic Integration: Limits and Alternatives’, in Petri Minkkinen & Heikki Patomäki editors: The Politics of Economic and Monetary Union. (Helsinki. Finnish Institute for International Affairs; Amsterdam, Kluwer, 1997) 205-229.

‘Theorising the interregnum: the double movement and global politics in the 1990s’, In R.W. Cox et al International Political Economy: Understanding Global Disorder. (London, Zed Books, 1995) 51-77.

‘Political Economy and Structural Change: globalizing élites in the emerging world order’, in Yoshikazu Sakamoto, editor Global Transformation: challenges to the state system (Tokyo & New York, United Nations University Press, 1994) 169-199.

‘Pax Americana: multilateralism and the global economic order’, in A. McGrew editor Empire (Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 1994) 67-95.

‘Knowledge, power and neo-liberal political economy’, in R. Stubbs and G. Underhill, editors: Political Economy and the Changing Global Order (Toronto, McLelland and Stewart, 1994) 75-88.

‘Global finance, monetary policy, and co operation among the Group of Seven, 1944-92’, in Philip Cerny editor Finance and World Politics. (Gloucester, Edward Elgar, 1993) 86-113.

‘Hegemony’ 384-6; ‘The Group of Seven’ 369-70; ‘The Trilateral Commission’ 920; in Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Editor: Joel Krieger (New York, Oxford University Press, 1993).

‘Neoliberalism and the shift towards a US-centred transnational hegemony’, in Henk Overbeek editor Restructuring Hegemony in the Global Political Economy. (London, Routledge, 1993) 246-82.

‘Gramsci and global politics: towards a post-hegemonic research agenda’1-18; ‘Epistemology, ontology and the “Italian School”’21-48; Co-authored with David Law, ‘Global hegemony and the structural power of capital’ revised version, 93-124; in Stephen Gill editor: Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations (Cambridge University Press, 1993)

Co-authored with David Law, ‘Reflections on Military Industrial Rivalry in the Global Political Economy’. Revised version. In Kendall Stiles and Tsuneo Akaha editors: International Political Economy (New York: Harper Collins, 1991) 363-84.

‘Some Questions and an Overview of Trends’, in Gill editor, Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era (Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989) 1-13.

‘American Perceptions and Policies’, in Gill editor: Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era (Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989) 14-39.

‘From Atlanticism to Trilateralism’, in Steve Smith editor: International Relations: British and American Perspectives (Oxford, Blackwell, 1985) 185-212.

Journal Articles

Stephen Gill & Ingar Solty (2013) ‘Krise, Legitimität und die Zukunft Europas: Skizze eines Forschungsansatzes.’ [Crisis & Legitimacy in Europe.] Special edition of Das Argument No. 301: Neugründung Europas als passive Revolution? [Reestablishment of Europe as Passive Revolution?] 55. Jahrgang, 1|2/2013: 82-94. http://www.argument.de/wissenschaft/zs301buch.html

Stephen Gill & Ingar Solty (2013) ‘Die organischen Krisen des Kapitalismus und die Demokratiefrage’ [Organic Crises of Capitalism and the Question of Democracy]. Vol. 12: 1 (2013) 51-65. Special edition of Critical Judicial Journal, University of Vienna: on the theme ‘Democracy in Crisis’: Juridikum: Zeitschrift im Rechtsstaat. 1/2013: 51-65. http://www.juridikum.at/

‘Towards a Radical Concept of Praxis: Imperial ‘Common Sense’ Versus the Post-modern Prince’. Millennium: Journal of International Studies. Vol. 40: 3 (2012): 502-521.

‘Who Elected the Bankers?’ Iskra, Online publication 18 December 2011 (edited and translated into Greek by Iraklis Oikonomou) 11 pp. http://www.iskra.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5908:gill-oikonomou&catid=54:anpolitiki&Itemid=284 English version is posted on: http://stephengill.com/news/2011/12/who-elected-the-bankers.html

Stephen Gill, Solomon R Benatar and Isabella Bakker ‘Global Heath and the Global Economic Crisis’ American Journal of Public Health, Volume 101: 4 (February 2011): 646-53. See http://ajph.aphapublications.org/cgi/content/abstract/AJPH.2009.188458v1

‘The Global Organic Crisis: Paradoxes, Dangers, and Opportunities’. Monthly Review, MRZine, Vol. 19 (February 2010). Online publication. http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2010/gill150210.html Also posted on: http://workerseducation.net/2010/02/22/the-global-organic-crisis/ http://www.clevelandeconomicdemocracy.net/index.php?start=5

‘Kapitalismin orgaaninen kriisi’ (‘Capitalism’s Organic Crisis’). In Finnish, translated by Heikki Tamio. Talous & yhteiskunta. (Economy & Society) . Vol. 37: 2 (2009) 29-38. http://www.labour.fi/ptTjaYyleisesittely.asp

‘Kritische Intellektuelle im 21.Jahrhundert’ (‘Critical Intellectuals in the 21st Century’), Das Argument - Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften (Journal for Philosophy and Social Sciences). Translated by Ingar Solty. No. 280 (2009) 135-143.

Co-authored with Solomon R Benatar and Isabella Bakker, ‘Making Progress in Global Health: The Need for New Paradigms’, International Affairs, Vol. 85:2 (2009). 347-72.

‘Critical Intellectuals in the 21st Century’, Das Argument - Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften (Journal for Philosophy and Social Sciences) No. 280 April 2009.

Co-authored with Isabella Bakker. ‘New Constitutionalism & the Social Reproduction of Caring Institutions.’ Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 27: 1 (2006) 35-57.

‘Conceptualizing the Global Restructuring of Public Services: Privatization, TRIPS & GATS.’ Juridikum: Zeitschrift im Rechtsstaat. Vol. 4: 3 (2005) 128-34. In English. Special edition of Critical Judicial Journal, University of Vienna: Öffentliche Dienstleistungen? - die Transformation der Dienste von allgemeinem Interesse (“Public services? – the transformation of the services of general interest”). http://www.juridikum.at/

‘The clash of globalizations and the future of the progressive movements’, In French. Alternatives Economiques - L'Economie Politique. Vol 25: 1 (2005) 67-76. http://www.alternatives-economiques.fr/index.html. Translated by Marc Mousli.

‘Der »Kampf der Kulturen« und die Zukunft der progressiven Bewegungen’, In German. Sozialismus. Vol 32:2 (2005) No. 285: 4-9. http://www.sozialismus.de/socialist/ Translated by Detlef Jörns.

‘Internationale Beziehungen’ (International Relations). In German. In Wolfgang Fritz Haug, editor Historisch-kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus. Vol. VI (2): Hegemonie-Justiz (Berlin/Hamburg, Argument Verlag, 2005), 1372-1387. 10,000 word major entry. Translated by Mario Candeias.

‘The Contradictions of US Supremacy.’ In Leo Panitch and Colin Leys editors: Socialist Register 2005. The Empire Reloaded (London, Merlin Press, 2005) Vol. 40: 23-45.

‘Die falsche Antwort auf die amerikanische Frage. Eine Replik auf Immanuel Wallerstein’ (Misunderstanding the American Question: A Reply to Immanuel Wallerstein). In German. PROKLA Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft. (Journal for Critical Sociology) 135, Vol. 34:2 (2004).

Co authored with David Law ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital’. International Studies Quarterly. Vol. 33: 4 (1989) 475-499. Reprinted in Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science edited by Timothy J Sinclair (London: Routledge, 2004) Vol II: 3-34.

‘American transparency capitalism and human security: a contradiction in terms?’ Global Change, Peace and Security. Vol. 15:1 (2003) 9-25.

‘Übermacht und Überwachungsmacht im globalen Kapitalismus’ (Supremacy & Surveillance Power in Global Capitalism). In German. Das Argument 249. Vol. 45:1 (2003) 21-33. Translated by Henrike Lichtenberg.

‘Constitutionalizing Inequality & the Clash of Globalizations’ International Studies Review. Vol. 4: 3 (2002) 47-65.

‘Auf dem Weg zu einem postmodernen Fürsten?’ (Prospects for a Postmodern Prince?) In German. Zeitschrift Marxistische Erneuerung. No. 48 (2002) 60-72

‘Das globale Panopticon. Finanzwesen und Überwachung nach dem Kalten Krieg.’ In German. (The global panopticon: finance and surveillance after the Cold War) in: PROKLA Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft. (Journal for Critical Sociology) 124: Kapitalismus und Kriminalität (Capitalism and Criminality), Vol. 31:3 (2001) 353-82. Translated by Astrid von Enzberg.

‘Toward a Postmodern Prince? The Battle in Seattle as a Moment in the New Politics of Globalisation’ Millennium. Vol. 29:1 (2000): 131-41.

‘The Geopolitics of the Asian Crisis’ Monthly Review. Vol. 50:10 (1999) 1-10.

‘La nouvelle constitution libérale.’ In French. (The new liberal constitutionalism) Alternatives Economiques. Vol. 2: 2 (1999) 23-34. Translated by Christian Chavagneux.

‘Globalization, the State, Japan and the East Asia Crisis’. An edited translation into Japanese of a dialogue held in Tokyo, Japan. May 1998, plus additional written commentary. Translated by Seiko Hanochi and Seiji Endo. In Japanese. Sekai. (‘The Diplomatic World’) Vol. 11: (1998) 281-97.

‘Globalization, Democracy and the International Financial Institutions’ In Finnish. Talous & yhteiskunta. (Economy & Society) . Translated by Teivo Tevainen. Vol. 26:3 (1998) 27-34.

‘New constitutionalism, democratisation & global political economy’, Pacifica Review. Vol. 10:1 (1998) 23-38.

‘European Governance & New Constitutionalism: EMU & alternatives to disciplinary neo-liberalism in Europe.’ New Political Economy. Vol. 3: 1 (1998) 5-26.

‘The Question is...’ Millennium. Vol. 26: 2 (1997), 483-5.

‘Globaalin poliittisen taloustieteen haasteet’ In Finnish. (‘Reflections on Global Politics’) . Translated into by Teivo Teivainen. Kosmopolis. Vol. 26: 1 (1996), 71-83.

‘Globalization, democratization and the politics of indifference’, in James H. Mittelman editor International Political Economy Yearbook 1996. Vol. 11: Globalization: Critical Reflections. (Boulder, Lynne Reinner, 1996) 205-28.

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism’. Millennium. Vol. 24: 3 (1995) 399-423. Reprinted in A. Linklater, editor: International Relations: Critical Concepts in Social Science Vol III (London and New York: Routledge 2001) 1223-47; E. Hovden and E. Keene eds. The Globalisation of Liberalism (Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave 2002) 123-151; Roland Robertson & Kathleen White editors, Globalization: Critical Concepts in Sociology (London and New York, Routledge 2003) 256-281.

‘The Global Panopticon? The neo-liberal state, economic life and democratic surveillance’, Alternatives. Vol. 20: 1 (1995) 1-49.

‘The Emerging World Order and European Change: the Political Economy of European Union’, in R. Miliband and L. Panitch editors: Socialist Register 1992: The New World Order. (London, Merlin Press, 1992) Vol. 28: 157-96.

‘Economic Globalization and the Internationalization of Authority: Limits and Contradictions’, Geoforum. Vol. 23: 3 (1992) 269-84.

‘Sengo Chitsujo no Houkai to America no Sekinin.’ In Japanese. (‘The crisis of the post-war order and the USA’) . Sekai. (‘The Diplomatic World’) Vol 3. April 1991. 3-22. Translated by Seiji Endo.

‘Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Political Economy’ In Craig Murphy and Roger Tooze editors: International Political Economy Yearbook 1991 The New International Political Economy (London, Macmillan 1991) Vol. 6: 51-75.

‘Reflections on Global Order & Socio historical Time’. Alternatives. Vol. 16: 3 (1991) 275-314.

‘Hegemonic Leadership, Transnational Capital and Global Order’ In David Rapkin editor: International Political Economy Yearbook, 1990: World Leadership and Hegemony. (Lynne Reinner: Boulder, Colorado 1990) Vol. 5: 119-46

‘Intellectuals and Transnational Capital’. In Leo Panitch and Ralph Miliband editors: Socialist Register, 1990: The Retreat of the Intellectuals. (London: Merlin Press 1990) Vol. 26: 290-310.

‘Two Concepts of International Political Economy’. Review of International Studies. Vol. 16: 4 (1990) 369-81.

‘The Rise and Fall of Great Powers: the American Case’. Politics. Vol. 8: 3 (1988) 3-9.

Co-authored with David Law ‘Reflections on Military Industrial Rivalry in the Global Political Economy’. Millennium, Vol. 16: 1 (1987) 73-86.

‘American Hegemony: its Limits and Prospects in the Reagan Era’. Millennium. Vol. 15: 3 (1986) 311-36.

‘Hegemony, consensus and Trilateralism’. Review of International Studies. Vol. 12: 3 (1986) 205-21.

‘The International Economy, Industrial Policy and the Trilateral Commission’. Journal of Industrial Affairs Vol. 7: 2 (1980) 35-40.

Approach To Teaching

My approach rests upon providing interactive, interesting and challenging courses that involve reading and debating cutting-edge publications and ideas. My approach involves clear expectations for supervision and training. Three of the doctoral students I supervised won the York University-wide prize for the best PhD submitted in academic year they defended their dissertation (respectively in 1995, 2004 and 2011). I have received three Certificates of Recognition for Excellence in Teaching from York`s Senate Committee on Teaching and Learning; I was also placed on the York University Political Science Honour Roll for teaching, as one of the department’s best teachers.

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/POLS4287 3.0  Global Political Economy and the Making of World Orders BLEN  


Areas of Expertise: Global Political Economy; Political & Social Theory; International Relations & Geopolitics; Law & Constitutionalism; Culture & Communications; Global Governance and Leadership; Global Health, European Integration, United States Politics and Foreign Policy. Overview: Professor Gill is Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science, Communications and Culture at York University. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and a Senior Associate Member of St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University. His teaching is in the fields of International Relations, Global Political Economy and Social and Political Theory. In 2016 he was the recipient of the Hallsworth Visiting Research Chair in Global Studies at the University of Manchester, UK. With the following citation: “Professor Gill is a world leading scholar of global political economy, political and social theory, international relations and law and cultural studies. His important work has also addressed US hegemony, imperialism and strategy as well as transatlantic and ‘trilateral’ (US-EU-Japan relations) and European integration.” Stephen Gill was elected Vice-President of the 6500-member International Studies Association (ISA) in 2003, and subsequently elected as the ISA’s Distinguished Senior Scholar in International Political Economy in 2006 for his career contributions and research leadership. In 2009 Gill was named as one of the top 50 all-time thinkers in International relations in Martin Griffiths, Steven C. Roach, M. Scott Solomon, Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations (New York Routledge 2009) in the section on critical theory, alongside such figures such as Antonio Gramsci, Jurgen Habermas and Robert W. Cox. Gill has been the recipient of many fellowships (including two Fulbright awards) and several Visiting Chairs including at Warwick University (UK); University of Tokyo; Meiji Gakuin University, Yokohama; University of California, Los Angeles; New York University and the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 2009-10 he was the inaugural Jane and Aatos Erkko Visiting Research Professor for the Study of Contemporary Society and Social Justice at the Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki where he hosted the inaugural Helsinki Symposium and also made a series of podcasts and videocasts on contemporary intellectual and political matters. (For details and other blog postings see http://stephengill.com/news/. In June 2017 he was invited to present his ideas on global governance and the challenges of right-wing populism at a special symposium to inaugurate a collaborative research initiative at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cambridge, Massachusetts and he is currently in discussions to edit a special edition of the Academy’s journal Daedalus. Gill is also an award-winning teacher, mentor and supervisor of several generations of York graduate and undergraduate students. Three of his doctoral students have won the prestigious York Faculty of Graduate Studies award for the best dissertation defended in their graduating year; two of his current PhD students who came to York expressly to work with him are in receipt of prestigious SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier doctoral fellowships. His peer-reviewed publications include: (1) 20 refereed books published, or republished in second editions/new formats and translations; (2); 53 articles; (3) 93 chapters, essays and encyclopaedia entries and (3) over 90 refereed conference papers. Many of his publications have been translated into several modern languages. Gill has also delivered 68 plenary/keynotes at conferences and conventions and 73 invited public lectures at other universities. His Power and Resistance in the New World Order (Palgrave 2008) won the Outstanding Academic Title Award from Choice, the academic journal of the 65,000-member American Library Association. Other key and widely cited works include: Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy, with feminist thinker Isabella Bakker (Palgrave 2003/2004); Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations (Cambridge University Press 1993/2011); American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission (Cambridge University Press 1991/2010). Finally, The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies, with development economist David Law (Johns Hopkins University Press 1988) which was a best seller that defined this field of study and that was adopted as a text for graduate and upper level undergraduate courses at over 500 universities world-wide. Recent works include: Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership, published by Cambridge University Press in 2012; a second enlarged edition of Gill, editor and contributor, Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism was published in October 2013 and selected as an 'International Political Economy Classic' by Palgrave Macmillan; and New Constitutionalism and World Order (Cambridge University Press 2014 & 2015 with lawyer Claire Cutler, editors and contributors). Gill also published Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance: Re-imagining the Future (editor and contributor, Palgrave 2015 & 2016). Gill is the recipient of eight major SSHRC research awards that have also helped to fund many of his graduate research students. His currently funded SSHRC Insight Research, on Political and Economic Crises in Europe was ranked 1/105 in the competition. On 8 August 2017 his work had 11,141 Google Scholar citations, with 3720 citations since 2012. For details please go to: https://scholar.google.ca/citations?user=Y_y4uXwAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Area of Specialization

Political Science

Degrees

Ph.D., Birmingham
P.G.C.E., Manchester
M.A., Essex
Dip I.A., Bath
B.A., London

Professional Leadership

(1) Organized, funded and led as Principal Investigator the Research Program (2010-15), "New Constitutionalism, World Order and Global Governance". This integrated teaching and training, a research workshop and public outreach. It produced two volumes and two new blended courses offered in Summer 2013 and 2015. Its main components were as follows: (A) International Graduate Summer School in International Political Economy and Ecology for 25 York and visiting students. See https://vimeo.com/24030477 (B) A one-day Public Lecture Event The Future of Global Governance? Attended by over 250 people in May 2011 held at Schulich School of Business, bringing top scholars within the field to York. See http://www.yorku.ca/lefutur/. This later resulted in Stephen Gill (2015) editor & contributor, Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance: Reimagining the Future (London and New York: Macmillan-Palgrave). (C) Led SSHRC Funded International Workshop with 35 participants at York on New Constitutionalism and World Order. May-June 2011. See: http://ocs.library.yorku.ca/index.php/ncwo/ncwo. This resulted in Stephen Gill and Claire Cutler, editors and contributors New Constitutionalism and World Order (Cambridge University Press 2014). (2) 2012-15 Member, Distinguished Scholar Selection Committee, International Political Economy, International Studies Association. (3) 2010-2014 Representative (Représentant), Academy of Social Sciences (Académie des Sciences Sociales) Academy II (Académie II), Committee on International Affairs, Royal Society of Canada.

Community Contributions

(1) Opening Plenary address & discussion to public conference involving European media, unions, political activists and policy makers: EU Trade Policy at the Crossroads: between Economic Liberalism and Democratic Challenges, 4–6 February 2016, Centre for International Development, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Vienna, Austria. (2) Opening presentation & discussion to medical practitioners, academics and policy makers, ‘Global Leadership, Organic Crisis and Global Health Governance’, Leadership in Global Health Governance Workshop, Queen Mary College, University of London, UK, January 16, 2013. (3) Plenary speaker, to symposium for medical practitioners (doctors, nurses), academics and policy makers, ‘The Global Political Economy and Global Health’. 9th Annual Global Health Symposium: Global Health and Global Health Ethics, Dalla Lana School of Public Health & Joint Centre for Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 1 November 2011. (4) Plenary speaker, ‘Towards a New Way of Thinking About Global Health.’ 9th Annual Global Health Symposium: Global Health and Global Health Ethics, Dalla Lana School of Public Health & Joint Centre for Bioethics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 1 November 2011.

Research Interests:

International Relations, Globalization , Global Political Economy, Geopolitics, Global Governance, Global Health, New forms of political agency; the political and juridical constitution of global capitalism; American strategy; cultural and civilizational aspects of globalization, Global leadership and world order.

All Publications

Books

Stephen Gill and Claire Cutler, editors and contributors (2014). New Constitutionalism and World Order. Cambridge University Press. 386 pages. http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/politics-international-relations/international-relations-and-international-organisations/new-constitutionalism-and-world-order

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2013) Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism. Tokyo, United Nations University Press & London, Palgrave Macmillan: Palgrave Classics in International Political Economy. 328 pages. Index. http://us.macmillan.com/globalizationdemocratizationandmultilateralism-1/StephenGill

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor Global Crises and the Crisis of Global Leadership Cambridge University Press 2012. 320 pages. Index. Adobe eBook Reader Mobipocket eBook http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6532949/?site_locale=en_GB# Extract (Chapter 1): http://ebooks.cambridge.org/chapter.jsf?bid=CBO9781139046596&cid=CBO9781139046596A008

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2011) Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 333 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition. http://ebooks.cambridge.org/ebook.jsf?bid=CBO9780511558993http://ebooks.cambridge.org/chapter.jsf?bid=CBO9780511558993&cid=CBO9780511558993A012

Stephen Gill (2011) Valta ja vastarinta uudessa maailmanjärjestyksessä. Finnish expanded edition of Power and Resistance in the New World Order; translated by Timo Soukola, with a new Author’s Preface (Gaudeamus/University of Helsinki Press). 332 pages. Index. http://www.gaudeamus.fi/verkkokirjakauppa/_politiikka/gill_valtajavastarinta/

Stephen Gill & James H. Mittelman, editors and contributors (2011) Innovation and Transformation in International Studies. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 316 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition. http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item1156319/Innovation%20and%20Transformation%20in%20International%20Studies/?site_locale=en_GB

Stephen Gill (2010) American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. 317 pages. Index. Digital Paperback Reprint Edition. http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item1142136/?site_locale=en_GB

Stephen Gill (2008) Power and Resistance in the New World Order. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave. Second fully revised updated & enlarged edition.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2007) Gramsci, materialismo histórico e relações internacionais. (Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations) . In Portuguese. Translated by Dinah de Abreu Azevedo. Brazilian edition with a new extended editor’s preface & introduction. Cambridge University Press & State University of Rio de Janeiro Press.

Isabella Bakker and Stephen Gill (2003) editors and contributors Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave.

Stephen Gill (2003) Power and Resistance in the New World Order. London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1997) Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism. Tokyo. United Nations University Press & London. Macmillan.

Stephen Gill & James H. Mittelman, editors and contributors (1997) Innovation and Transformation in International Studies. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill (1996) Chiku Seiji no Saikochiku: Reisengo no Nichibeiou Kankei to Sekai Chitsujo (Restructuring Global Politics) In Japanese. Translated, with an editor’s preface, by Seiji Endo. Tokyo. Asahi Shimbun Sha.

R.W. Cox, Stephen Gill, Björn Hettne, James Rosenau, Yoshikazu Sakamoto & Kees van der Pijl (1995) Co-authors, International Political Economy: Understanding Global Disorder. London, Zed Press, Halifax NS, Fernwood Press, Dhaka, University Press.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1993) Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill (1991) American Hegemony and the Trilateral Commission. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press.

Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (1989) Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era. Brighton. Harvester Wheatsheaf & New York, St. Martin’s. (Hardback only.)

Stephen Gill & David Law (1988) The Global Political Economy: Perspectives, Problems and Policies. Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf & Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Book Chapters

Stephen Gill, Solomon R Benatar and Isabella Bakker, ‘Global Heath and the Global Economic Crisis.’ In Michael Grodin, Daniel Tarantola, Sofia Gruskin and George Annas (editors), Health and Human Rights in a Changing World (London: Routledge, 2013). 487-500.

Stephen Gill & Adrienne Roberts, ‘Global Macroeconomic Governance and Gendered Inequality’ In Isabella Bakker, Diane Elson and Brigitte Young, editors Questioning Financial Governance from a Feminist Perspective (New York: Routledge, 2011): 154-71.

Stephen Gill & Isabella Bakker, ‘The global crisis and global health’ in Solomon R. Benatar and Gillian Brock editors, Global Health and Global Health Ethics (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011): 221-38.

Stephen Gill & Isabella Bakker, ‘Towards a new common sense: the need for new paradigms of global health’ in Solomon R. Benatar and Gillian Brock editors, Global Health and Global Health Ethics (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2011): 329-32.

Paradoxes and Possibilities of the Global Organic Crisis’ Preface to the Finnish Edition of Gill, Power and Resistance in the New World Order. (Gaudeamus/University of Helsinki Press, 2011) : 3-28.

Selected refereed book chapters

‘Political protest in an age of neo-liberal austerity’, Preface to Florian Hessdörfer, Andrea Pabst, Peter Ullrich editors, Prevent and Tame: Protest under (Self)Control (Berlin, Karl Dietz Verlag 2010): 7-10.

‘Towards a Post-modern Prince?’ In Mark Charlton and Paul Barker eds. Crosscurrents: International Relations (Toronto: Nelson, 5th Edition, 2010) (13pp, page numbers not known).

‘European Governance and the New Constitutionalism.’ In John Kirton, editor, International Finance (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2009), 520-550.

Co-authored with David Law, ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital.’ In Alan Scott, Kate Nash and Anna Marie Smith editors, New Critical Writings in Political Sociology: Power, State and Inequality (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, 2009), 455-79.

‘Pessimism of the Intelligence and Optimism of the Will: Reflections on Political Agency in the Age of “Empire”’. In Joseph Francese, editor, Gramsci Now: Culture, Politics, and Social Theory (London and New York, Routledge, 2009), 97-109.

‘Pessimism of the Intelligence and Optimism of the Will: Reflections on Political Agency in the Age of “Empire”’. In Joseph Francese, editor, Gramsci Now: Culture, Politics, and Social Theory (London and New York, Routledge, 2009), 97-109.

Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘New Constitutionalism and Social Reproduction.’ In Isabella Bakker and Rachel Silvey eds. Beyond States and Markets: The Challenges of Social Reproduction (London: Routledge, Review of International Political Economy Series, 2008) 19-33.

‘New Constitutionalism, Democratisation & Global Political Economy’ in Paul James and Ronen Palan, editors, Globalizing Economic Regimes and Institutions (Los Angeles: Sage, 2007) 32-54.

‘A América Latina e o principe pós-moderno.’ (Prefácio à edição brasileira) In Portuguese. 11-40; ‘Gramsci e a politica global: uma proposta de pesquisas pós-hegemònicas’ In Portuguese. 41-64; 'Epistemologia, ontologia e a “escola italiana”’. In Portuguese. 65-100; Co-authored with David Law, ‘Hegemonia global e o poder estructural do capital’ 157-200; all in Stephen Gill, editor and contributor (2007) Gramsci, materialismo histórico e relações internacionais. In Portuguese. (Rio: Cambridge University Press & State University of Rio de Janeiro Press)

‘The globalization of party politics’ in Katarina Sehm Patomäki and Marko Ulvila eds. Global Political Parties (London, Zed Books, 2007) 136-50.

‘New Constitutionalism, Democratization & Global Political Economy’. In Rorden Wilkinson editor, The Global Governance Reader (London: Routledge, 2005) 174-86.

‘Theorising the interregnum: the double movement and global politics’, In Louise Amoore editor, The Global Resistance Reader (London: Routledge, 2005) 54-64.

‘Towards a Post-modern Prince?’ In Louise Amoore editor, The Global Resistance Reader (London: Routledge, 2005) 150-58.

Co-authored with David Law. ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital’. In Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science edited by Timothy J Sinclair (London: Routledge, 2004) Vol II: 3-34.

‘Private International Relations Councils’, In Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science edited by Timothy J Sinclair (London: Routledge, 2004) Vol IV: 40-63.

‘Towards a stark utopia?’ In Lourdes Beneria and Savitri Bisnath editors, Global Tensions: Opportunities and Challenges in the World Economy (London and New York, Routledge 2004) 13-27.

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism.’ In Roland Robertson & Kathleen White editors, Globalization: Critical Concepts in Sociology (London and New York, Routledge 2003) 256-281.

‘A Neo-Gramscian Approach to European Integration.’ In Alan Cafruny and J. Magnus Ryner, editors, A Ruined Fortress? Neoliberal Hegemony and Transformation in Europe (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield 2003) 47-70.

Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘Hybridizing a New Intellectual Space.’ xxiii-xiv; Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘Global Political Economy & Social Reproduction’ 3-16; Co-authored with Isabella Bakker, ‘Ontology, Method & Hypotheses.’ 17-41; Co-authored with Isabella Bakker and Tim Di Muzio, ‘Human In/Security on a Universal Scale.’ 99-102; ‘Social Reproduction of Affluence and Human In/security.’ 190-207; ‘National In/security on a Universal Scale.’ 208-23; in Isabella Bakker and Stephen Gill (2003) editors and contributors, Power, Production and Social Reproduction: Human In/security in the Global Political Economy (London and New York. Macmillan-Palgrave).

‘The Political Economy of Globalization: The Old and the New.’ In Joseph Camillieri and Esref Aksu editors, Democratizing Global Governance (New York: Palgrave 2002) 77-89.

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism.’ In E. Hovden and E. Keene eds. The Globalisation of Liberalism (New York: Palgrave 2002) 123-151.

‘Constitutionalizing Capital: EMU and Disciplinary Neo-liberalism’. In Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton editors. Social Forces in the Making of a New Europe (New York, Palgrave 2001) 47-69.

‘Hegemony’ 394-6; ‘The Group of Seven’ 369-70; revised and updated contributions to Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. General Editor: Joel Krieger. (New York, Oxford University Press, 2001)

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism.’ In A. Linklater, editor: International Relations: Critical Concepts in Social Science Vol. III (New York: Routledge 2001) 1223-1247

‘Henyo suru Chikyuu Seiji no Paradaimu ni Mukete: 21 seiki heno tenkanten ni tatte’. (Toward a Paradigm of Transformative Global Politics in the 21st Century) . In Seiji Endo and Makato Kobayashi, editors & translators: Gurobaru poritikusu: sekai no saikouzouka to atarashii seijigaku (Global Politics: Global Restructuration and a New Political Studies). (Tokyo, Yushindo, 2001)

‘Theoretische Grundlagen einer neo-gramscianischen Analyse der europäischen Integration’ (‘Theoretical Foundations of a Neo-Gramscian Analysis of European Integration’) In Hans-Jürgen Bieling & Jochen Steinhilber editors & translators: Die Konfiguration Europas - Dimensionen einer kritischen Integrationstheorie (Münster, Germany: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2000): 23-50.

‘Globalizing capital and political agency in the twenty-first century’, In Georgi M. Derluguian and Scott Greer editors: Questioning Geopolitics: Political Projects in the World-System. (Political Economy of the World-System Yearbook. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 2000): 15-32.

‘Knowledge, power and neo-liberal political economy’ (with a new concluding postscript on the crisis of neo-liberalism). In Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill editors: Political Economy and the Changing Global Order. Second edition. (Toronto: Oxford University Press 2000) : 48-59.

‘Gramsci, modernità e globalizzazione’ (Gramsci, modernity and globalization).’ In Italian. In Guiseppe Vacca, editor Gramsci e il Novecento (Gramsci and the Twentieth Century) (Rome, Carocci editore & Istituto Gramsci, 1999). Translated by Donatella di Benedetto, 187-208. Later this became an online publication in English and Italian of the International Gramsci Society: January 2003: http://www.internationalgramscisociety.org/resources/online_articles/articles/gill02.shtml

‘Hegemony, Culture and Imperialism’ Foreword to Matt Davies, International Political Economy and Mass Communications in Chile: National Intellectuals and Transnational Hegemony. (Basingstoke and New York: Macmillan/St Martin’s Press, 1999) vii-xi.

‘Structural Changes in Multilateralism: the G-7 and the global crisis.’ In Michael G. Schechter editor: Innovation in Multilateralism. (Basingstoke, Macmillan & Tokyo, UN University Press, 1999) 113-165.

‘Gramsci, modernidad y globalización.’ In Spanish. In Dora Kanoussi editor & translator. Los estudios gramscianos hoy. (Mexico D.F.: Plaza y Valdés Editores, 1998)

‘Transformation and Innovation in the Study of World Order’, 5-24; ‘Rethinking and remaking the roots of global social and political theory’, 1-4; ‘Political economy: the social and ecological anatomy of transformation’, 71-74; ‘Transformation, innovation and emancipation in global political and civil society’, 135-37; ‘Reflections on global order in the twenty-first century’, 203-6; in Stephen Gill & James H Mittelman editors: Innovation and Transformation in International Studies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997).

‘Global structural change and multilateralism’, 1-18; ‘Finance, production and panopticism: inequality, risk and resistance in an era of disciplinary neo-liberalism’ 51-76; Co-authored with Fantu Cheru, ‘Structural adjustment and the G-7: limits and contradictions’, in Gill ed. Globalization, Democratisation and Multilateralism (1997) 141-70; in Gill editor: Globalization, Democratisation and Multilateralism (Tokyo. United Nations University Press & London, Macmillan, 1997)

‘An Emu or an Ostrich? EMU and Neo-Liberal Economic Integration: Limits and Alternatives’, in Petri Minkkinen & Heikki Patomäki editors: The Politics of Economic and Monetary Union. (Helsinki. Finnish Institute for International Affairs; Amsterdam, Kluwer, 1997) 205-229.

‘Theorising the interregnum: the double movement and global politics in the 1990s’, In R.W. Cox et al International Political Economy: Understanding Global Disorder. (London, Zed Books, 1995) 51-77.

‘Political Economy and Structural Change: globalizing élites in the emerging world order’, in Yoshikazu Sakamoto, editor Global Transformation: challenges to the state system (Tokyo & New York, United Nations University Press, 1994) 169-199.

‘Pax Americana: multilateralism and the global economic order’, in A. McGrew editor Empire (Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 1994) 67-95.

‘Knowledge, power and neo-liberal political economy’, in R. Stubbs and G. Underhill, editors: Political Economy and the Changing Global Order (Toronto, McLelland and Stewart, 1994) 75-88.

‘Global finance, monetary policy, and co operation among the Group of Seven, 1944-92’, in Philip Cerny editor Finance and World Politics. (Gloucester, Edward Elgar, 1993) 86-113.

‘Hegemony’ 384-6; ‘The Group of Seven’ 369-70; ‘The Trilateral Commission’ 920; in Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. Editor: Joel Krieger (New York, Oxford University Press, 1993).

‘Neoliberalism and the shift towards a US-centred transnational hegemony’, in Henk Overbeek editor Restructuring Hegemony in the Global Political Economy. (London, Routledge, 1993) 246-82.

‘Gramsci and global politics: towards a post-hegemonic research agenda’1-18; ‘Epistemology, ontology and the “Italian School”’21-48; Co-authored with David Law, ‘Global hegemony and the structural power of capital’ revised version, 93-124; in Stephen Gill editor: Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Relations (Cambridge University Press, 1993)

Co-authored with David Law, ‘Reflections on Military Industrial Rivalry in the Global Political Economy’. Revised version. In Kendall Stiles and Tsuneo Akaha editors: International Political Economy (New York: Harper Collins, 1991) 363-84.

‘Some Questions and an Overview of Trends’, in Gill editor, Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era (Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989) 1-13.

‘American Perceptions and Policies’, in Gill editor: Atlantic Relations: Beyond the Reagan Era (Brighton, Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989) 14-39.

‘From Atlanticism to Trilateralism’, in Steve Smith editor: International Relations: British and American Perspectives (Oxford, Blackwell, 1985) 185-212.

Journal Articles

Stephen Gill & Ingar Solty (2013) ‘Krise, Legitimität und die Zukunft Europas: Skizze eines Forschungsansatzes.’ [Crisis & Legitimacy in Europe.] Special edition of Das Argument No. 301: Neugründung Europas als passive Revolution? [Reestablishment of Europe as Passive Revolution?] 55. Jahrgang, 1|2/2013: 82-94. http://www.argument.de/wissenschaft/zs301buch.html

Stephen Gill & Ingar Solty (2013) ‘Die organischen Krisen des Kapitalismus und die Demokratiefrage’ [Organic Crises of Capitalism and the Question of Democracy]. Vol. 12: 1 (2013) 51-65. Special edition of Critical Judicial Journal, University of Vienna: on the theme ‘Democracy in Crisis’: Juridikum: Zeitschrift im Rechtsstaat. 1/2013: 51-65. http://www.juridikum.at/

‘Towards a Radical Concept of Praxis: Imperial ‘Common Sense’ Versus the Post-modern Prince’. Millennium: Journal of International Studies. Vol. 40: 3 (2012): 502-521.

‘Who Elected the Bankers?’ Iskra, Online publication 18 December 2011 (edited and translated into Greek by Iraklis Oikonomou) 11 pp. http://www.iskra.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5908:gill-oikonomou&catid=54:anpolitiki&Itemid=284 English version is posted on: http://stephengill.com/news/2011/12/who-elected-the-bankers.html

Stephen Gill, Solomon R Benatar and Isabella Bakker ‘Global Heath and the Global Economic Crisis’ American Journal of Public Health, Volume 101: 4 (February 2011): 646-53. See http://ajph.aphapublications.org/cgi/content/abstract/AJPH.2009.188458v1

‘The Global Organic Crisis: Paradoxes, Dangers, and Opportunities’. Monthly Review, MRZine, Vol. 19 (February 2010). Online publication. http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2010/gill150210.html Also posted on: http://workerseducation.net/2010/02/22/the-global-organic-crisis/ http://www.clevelandeconomicdemocracy.net/index.php?start=5

‘Kapitalismin orgaaninen kriisi’ (‘Capitalism’s Organic Crisis’). In Finnish, translated by Heikki Tamio. Talous & yhteiskunta. (Economy & Society) . Vol. 37: 2 (2009) 29-38. http://www.labour.fi/ptTjaYyleisesittely.asp

‘Kritische Intellektuelle im 21.Jahrhundert’ (‘Critical Intellectuals in the 21st Century’), Das Argument - Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften (Journal for Philosophy and Social Sciences). Translated by Ingar Solty. No. 280 (2009) 135-143.

Co-authored with Solomon R Benatar and Isabella Bakker, ‘Making Progress in Global Health: The Need for New Paradigms’, International Affairs, Vol. 85:2 (2009). 347-72.

‘Critical Intellectuals in the 21st Century’, Das Argument - Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften (Journal for Philosophy and Social Sciences) No. 280 April 2009.

Co-authored with Isabella Bakker. ‘New Constitutionalism & the Social Reproduction of Caring Institutions.’ Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Vol. 27: 1 (2006) 35-57.

‘Conceptualizing the Global Restructuring of Public Services: Privatization, TRIPS & GATS.’ Juridikum: Zeitschrift im Rechtsstaat. Vol. 4: 3 (2005) 128-34. In English. Special edition of Critical Judicial Journal, University of Vienna: Öffentliche Dienstleistungen? - die Transformation der Dienste von allgemeinem Interesse (“Public services? – the transformation of the services of general interest”). http://www.juridikum.at/

‘The clash of globalizations and the future of the progressive movements’, In French. Alternatives Economiques - L'Economie Politique. Vol 25: 1 (2005) 67-76. http://www.alternatives-economiques.fr/index.html. Translated by Marc Mousli.

‘Der »Kampf der Kulturen« und die Zukunft der progressiven Bewegungen’, In German. Sozialismus. Vol 32:2 (2005) No. 285: 4-9. http://www.sozialismus.de/socialist/ Translated by Detlef Jörns.

‘Internationale Beziehungen’ (International Relations). In German. In Wolfgang Fritz Haug, editor Historisch-kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus. Vol. VI (2): Hegemonie-Justiz (Berlin/Hamburg, Argument Verlag, 2005), 1372-1387. 10,000 word major entry. Translated by Mario Candeias.

‘The Contradictions of US Supremacy.’ In Leo Panitch and Colin Leys editors: Socialist Register 2005. The Empire Reloaded (London, Merlin Press, 2005) Vol. 40: 23-45.

‘Die falsche Antwort auf die amerikanische Frage. Eine Replik auf Immanuel Wallerstein’ (Misunderstanding the American Question: A Reply to Immanuel Wallerstein). In German. PROKLA Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft. (Journal for Critical Sociology) 135, Vol. 34:2 (2004).

Co authored with David Law ‘Global Hegemony and the Structural Power of Capital’. International Studies Quarterly. Vol. 33: 4 (1989) 475-499. Reprinted in Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science edited by Timothy J Sinclair (London: Routledge, 2004) Vol II: 3-34.

‘American transparency capitalism and human security: a contradiction in terms?’ Global Change, Peace and Security. Vol. 15:1 (2003) 9-25.

‘Übermacht und Überwachungsmacht im globalen Kapitalismus’ (Supremacy & Surveillance Power in Global Capitalism). In German. Das Argument 249. Vol. 45:1 (2003) 21-33. Translated by Henrike Lichtenberg.

‘Constitutionalizing Inequality & the Clash of Globalizations’ International Studies Review. Vol. 4: 3 (2002) 47-65.

‘Auf dem Weg zu einem postmodernen Fürsten?’ (Prospects for a Postmodern Prince?) In German. Zeitschrift Marxistische Erneuerung. No. 48 (2002) 60-72

‘Das globale Panopticon. Finanzwesen und Überwachung nach dem Kalten Krieg.’ In German. (The global panopticon: finance and surveillance after the Cold War) in: PROKLA Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft. (Journal for Critical Sociology) 124: Kapitalismus und Kriminalität (Capitalism and Criminality), Vol. 31:3 (2001) 353-82. Translated by Astrid von Enzberg.

‘Toward a Postmodern Prince? The Battle in Seattle as a Moment in the New Politics of Globalisation’ Millennium. Vol. 29:1 (2000): 131-41.

‘The Geopolitics of the Asian Crisis’ Monthly Review. Vol. 50:10 (1999) 1-10.

‘La nouvelle constitution libérale.’ In French. (The new liberal constitutionalism) Alternatives Economiques. Vol. 2: 2 (1999) 23-34. Translated by Christian Chavagneux.

‘Globalization, the State, Japan and the East Asia Crisis’. An edited translation into Japanese of a dialogue held in Tokyo, Japan. May 1998, plus additional written commentary. Translated by Seiko Hanochi and Seiji Endo. In Japanese. Sekai. (‘The Diplomatic World’) Vol. 11: (1998) 281-97.

‘Globalization, Democracy and the International Financial Institutions’ In Finnish. Talous & yhteiskunta. (Economy & Society) . Translated by Teivo Tevainen. Vol. 26:3 (1998) 27-34.

‘New constitutionalism, democratisation & global political economy’, Pacifica Review. Vol. 10:1 (1998) 23-38.

‘European Governance & New Constitutionalism: EMU & alternatives to disciplinary neo-liberalism in Europe.’ New Political Economy. Vol. 3: 1 (1998) 5-26.

‘The Question is...’ Millennium. Vol. 26: 2 (1997), 483-5.

‘Globaalin poliittisen taloustieteen haasteet’ In Finnish. (‘Reflections on Global Politics’) . Translated into by Teivo Teivainen. Kosmopolis. Vol. 26: 1 (1996), 71-83.

‘Globalization, democratization and the politics of indifference’, in James H. Mittelman editor International Political Economy Yearbook 1996. Vol. 11: Globalization: Critical Reflections. (Boulder, Lynne Reinner, 1996) 205-28.

‘Globalisation, Market Civilisation & Disciplinary Neoliberalism’. Millennium. Vol. 24: 3 (1995) 399-423. Reprinted in A. Linklater, editor: International Relations: Critical Concepts in Social Science Vol III (London and New York: Routledge 2001) 1223-47; E. Hovden and E. Keene eds. The Globalisation of Liberalism (Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave 2002) 123-151; Roland Robertson & Kathleen White editors, Globalization: Critical Concepts in Sociology (London and New York, Routledge 2003) 256-281.

‘The Global Panopticon? The neo-liberal state, economic life and democratic surveillance’, Alternatives. Vol. 20: 1 (1995) 1-49.

‘The Emerging World Order and European Change: the Political Economy of European Union’, in R. Miliband and L. Panitch editors: Socialist Register 1992: The New World Order. (London, Merlin Press, 1992) Vol. 28: 157-96.

‘Economic Globalization and the Internationalization of Authority: Limits and Contradictions’, Geoforum. Vol. 23: 3 (1992) 269-84.

‘Sengo Chitsujo no Houkai to America no Sekinin.’ In Japanese. (‘The crisis of the post-war order and the USA’) . Sekai. (‘The Diplomatic World’) Vol 3. April 1991. 3-22. Translated by Seiji Endo.

‘Gramsci, Historical Materialism and International Political Economy’ In Craig Murphy and Roger Tooze editors: International Political Economy Yearbook 1991 The New International Political Economy (London, Macmillan 1991) Vol. 6: 51-75.

‘Reflections on Global Order & Socio historical Time’. Alternatives. Vol. 16: 3 (1991) 275-314.

‘Hegemonic Leadership, Transnational Capital and Global Order’ In David Rapkin editor: International Political Economy Yearbook, 1990: World Leadership and Hegemony. (Lynne Reinner: Boulder, Colorado 1990) Vol. 5: 119-46

‘Intellectuals and Transnational Capital’. In Leo Panitch and Ralph Miliband editors: Socialist Register, 1990: The Retreat of the Intellectuals. (London: Merlin Press 1990) Vol. 26: 290-310.

‘Two Concepts of International Political Economy’. Review of International Studies. Vol. 16: 4 (1990) 369-81.

‘The Rise and Fall of Great Powers: the American Case’. Politics. Vol. 8: 3 (1988) 3-9.

Co-authored with David Law ‘Reflections on Military Industrial Rivalry in the Global Political Economy’. Millennium, Vol. 16: 1 (1987) 73-86.

‘American Hegemony: its Limits and Prospects in the Reagan Era’. Millennium. Vol. 15: 3 (1986) 311-36.

‘Hegemony, consensus and Trilateralism’. Review of International Studies. Vol. 12: 3 (1986) 205-21.

‘The International Economy, Industrial Policy and the Trilateral Commission’. Journal of Industrial Affairs Vol. 7: 2 (1980) 35-40.


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My approach rests upon providing interactive, interesting and challenging courses that involve reading and debating cutting-edge publications and ideas. My approach involves clear expectations for supervision and training. Three of the doctoral students I supervised won the York University-wide prize for the best PhD submitted in academic year they defended their dissertation (respectively in 1995, 2004 and 2011). I have received three Certificates of Recognition for Excellence in Teaching from York`s Senate Committee on Teaching and Learning; I was also placed on the York University Political Science Honour Roll for teaching, as one of the department’s best teachers.


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Fall 2017 AP/POLS4287 3.0  Global Political Economy and the Making of World Orders BLEN