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Dr Stefano Pagliari

Lecturer in International Politics

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of International Politics

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City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Overview

Before joining City University London in July 2013, Dr Stefano Pagliari was a Fellow in International Political Economy in the International Relations Department at the London School of Economics, as well as a Visiting Scholar at Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University.

Dr Pagliari's research concentrates on the field of international political economy, and in particular on the political economy of financial regulation.

He has written on a number of issues related to the politics of the international monetary and financial system, such as financial industry lobbying, regulatory capture, EU-US financial diplomacy, and international financial institutions.

His work has appeared in a number of peer-reviewed journals including International Organization, Socio-Economic Review, Review of International Political Economy, New Political Economy, Journal of European Integration.

Research

Research interests

- Political economy of financial regulation (in particular OTC derivatives, hedge funds, rating agencies, banking)
- Financial industry lobbying and regulatory capture
- US-EU financial regulatory relationship
- International financial regulatory institutions (in particular the Financial Stability Board and IOSCO)

PhD supervision

Dr Pagliari welcomes applications from prospective PhD students in the following areas:

- International political economy (especially politics of international money and finance)
- Financial regulation (especially subjects focused on the regulatory policymaking process and lobbying)
- Global financial governance (especially subjects focused on international financial institutions, financial diplomacy, international cooperation)

Publications

Books (2)

  1. Icfr, (2012). Making Good Financial Regulation - Towards a Policy Response to Regulatory Capture. International Centre for Financial Regulation. ISBN 978-1-78148-548-4.
  2. Helleiner, E., Pagliari, S. and Zimmermann, H. (Eds.), (2010). Global Finance in Crisis: The Politics of International Regulatory Change. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-415-56438-0.

Chapters (8)

  1. Pagliari, S. (2014). Governing Financial Stability: the Financial Stability Board as the Emerging Pillar in Global Economic Governance. In Moschella, M. (Ed.), Handbook of Global Economic Governance Routledge. ISBN 978-1-85743-635-8.
  2. Pagliari, S. and Young, K. (2013). The Wall Street - Main Street Nexus in Financial Regulation: Business Coalitions Inside and Outside the Financial Sector in the Regulation of OTC Derivatives. In Moschella, M. and Tsingou, E. (Eds.), Great expectations, slow transformations. Incremental change in post-crisis regulation Colchester: ECPR Press. ISBN 978-1-907301-54-4.
  3. Pagliari, S. (2012). Towards a Policy Response to Regulatory Capture. Making Good Financial Regulation - Towards a Policy Response to Regulatory Capture London: International Centre for Financial Regulation. ISBN 978-1-78148-548-4.
  4. Pagliari, S. and Young, K. (2012). Who Mobilizes? An Analysis of Stakeholder Responses to Financial Policy Consultations. In Pagliari, S. (Ed.), Making Good Financial Regulation - Towards a Policy Response to Regulatory Capture London: International Centre for Financial Regulation. ISBN 978-1-78148-548-4.
  5. Pagliari, S. (2012). How Can We Mitigate Capture in Financial Regulation? In Pagliari, S. (Ed.), Making Good Financial Regulation: Towards a Policy Response to Regulatory Capture (pp. 1–50). Surrey: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd. ISBN 978-1-78148-548-4.
  6. Pagliari, S. and Helleiner, E. (2010). Between the Storms: Patterns in Global Financial Governance, 2001-07. In Underhill, G.R.D., Blom, J. and Mügge, D. (Eds.), Global Financial Integration Thirty Years On Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1-107-40690-2.
  7. Pagliari, S. and Helleiner, E. (2010). Crisis and the Reform of International Financial
    Regulation.
    In Helleiner, E., Pagliari, S. and Zimmerman, H. (Eds.), Global Finance in Crisis: The Politics of International Financial Regulation Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-415-56438-0.
  8. Helleiner, E. and Pagliari, S. (2010). The End of Self-Regulation? Hedge Funds and
    Derivatives in Global Financial Governance.
    In Helleiner, E., Pagliari, S. and Zimmerman, H. (Eds.), Global Finance in Crisis: The Politics of International Regulatory Change Taylor & Francis. ISBN 978-0-415-56438-0.

Journal Articles (10)

  1. Young, K. and Pagliari, S. (2017). Capital united? Business unity in regulatory politics and the special place of finance. Regulation and Governance, 11(1), pp. 3–23. doi:10.1111/rego.12098.
  2. Pagliari, S. and Young, K. (2016). The interest ecology of financial regulation: Interest group plurality in the design of financial regulatory policies. Socio-Economic Review, 14(2), pp. 309–337. doi:10.1093/ser/mwv024.
  3. Pagliari, S. (2015). Financial industry power and regulatory policies: What lessons from the global financial crisis? Rivista Italiana di Politiche Pubbliche, 10(2), pp. 209–232. doi:10.1483/80632.
  4. Pagliari, S. (2014). International Harmonization of Financial Regulation? The Politics of Global Diffusion of the Basel Capital Accord. INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW, 16(4), pp. 673–675. doi:10.1111/misr.12173.
  5. Pagliari, S. and Young, K.L. (2014). Leveraged interests: Financial industry power and the role of private sector coalitions. Review of International Political Economy, 21(3), pp. 575–610. doi:10.1080/09692290.2013.819811.
  6. Pagliari, S. (2014). The governance and regulation of international finance. ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING C-GOVERNMENT AND POLICY, 32(2) . doi:10.1068/c3202rvw.
  7. Pagliari, S. (2013). A Wall Around Europe? The European Regulatory Response to the Global Financial Crisis and the Turn in Transatlantic Relations. Journal of European Integration, 35(4), pp. 391–408. doi:10.1080/07036337.2012.689830.
  8. Pagliari, S. (2012). Who Governs Finance? The Shifting Public-Private Divide in the Regulation of Derivatives, Rating Agencies and Hedge Funds. European Law Journal, 18(1), pp. 44–61. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0386.2011.00585.x.
  9. Helleiner, E. and Pagliari, S. (2011). The end of an era in international financial regulation? a postcrisis research Agenda. International Organization, 65(1), pp. 169–200. doi:10.1017/S0020818310000305.
  10. Helleiner, E. and Pagliari, S. (2009). Towards a new bretton woods? The first G20 leaders summit and the regulation of global finance. New Political Economy, 14(2), pp. 275–287. doi:10.1080/13563460902826021.

Education

Undergraduate

- Governance and economic diplomacy

Postgraduate

- International financial institutions
- Economic diplomacy