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Department of Politics and International Studies

Dr Matthew Eagleton-Pierce

BA (London); MPhil, DPhil (Oxon)

Overview

Matthew Eagleton-Pierce
Department of Politics and International Studies

Lecturer in International Political Economy

Name:
Dr Matthew Eagleton-Pierce
Email address:
Telephone:
020 7898 4701
Address:
SOAS, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
4411
Office Hours:
Tuesdays 12.30-13.30 and Thursdays 13.00-14.00
Website:
http://www.eagletonpierce.com/

Biography

Dr Matthew Eagleton-Pierce’s primary research interests are in the field of international political economy, particularly the politics of world trade and the history of neoliberalism. He also has strong interests in the conceptual analysis of power and legitimacy, and international political sociology. Matt has a particular interest in applying the thought of Pierre Bourdieu to world politics. His first monograph, titled Symbolic Power in the World Trade Organization, was published by Oxford University Press in 2013. Elsewhere, his most recent articles have been published in New Political Economy and Millennium. At present, he is working on a new book called Neoliberalism: The Key Concepts (Routledge, forthcoming), which seeks to critique the common vocabulary associated with neoliberal notions and policies. Matt previously taught at the University of Oxford, the London School of Economics, and the University of Exeter. He is a Member of the Senior Common Room at St Antony's College, Oxford. He holds a DPhil in International Relations, also from St Antony's College, Oxford.

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Research

International political economy, particular politics of world trade and history of neoliberalism; conceptual analysis of power and legitimacy; international political sociology

Publications

Authored Books

Eagleton-Pierce, Matthew (2013) Symbolic Power in the World Trade Organization. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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