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Mark Copelovitch is a Professor of Political Science and Public Affairs. He is also Director of European Studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and a Jean Monnet Chair in the European Union and the Global Economy.
Copelovitch studies and teaches international political economy, with a focus on global financial governance, exchange rates and monetary institutions, the effects of global capital flows on national economic policies, and theories of international cooperation. His 2020 book with David Singer of MIT, Banks on the Brink: Global Capital, Securities Markets, and the Political Roots of Financial Crises, is published by Cambridge University Press.
Professor Copelovitch is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard University, where he received his Ph.D. in 2005. Prior to his appointment at Wisconsin, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University.
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- Ph.D., Harvard University, Department of Government
- A.M., Harvard University, Political Science
- B.A., Yale University, Political Science
Public affairs courses taught by Mark Copelovitch:
PA 327 Administrative Internship
PA 850 International Governance
PA 974 Global Financial Governance