Political Science Faculty
Political Science Faculty
Office Location: 120 Williams Hall
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Candace Archer conducts research on financial crisis, global finance and international political economy. She is particularly interested in the role of politics in managing the global economy. She has published articles in scholarly journals such as International Organization, Foreign Policy Analysis, and Review of International Political Economy (RIPE) on the topics of financial crisis, fair trade, and the role of non-state actors in the global economy. She has also published articles and book chapters on pedagogy and teaching. Her current research is on the 2008 Sub-prime crisis and growing policy concerns about student loan debt.
She is an advocate for student and faculty rights, an active member of the BGSU Faculty Association, a chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and an actively involved in improving university teaching and learning.
Fields of Study
- International Relations
- International Political Economy
- Financial Crisis and Global Finance
- International Organization
- Globalization’s effect on Women and Labor
- Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Delaware (specializing in Political Economy)
- M.A. in International Relations, University of Delaware
- B.A. in International Relations, Bucknell University
- “Active learning in the Introductory Political Science Classroom” (2011) PS: Political Science and Politics, v. 44:429-434 (with Melissa Miller).
- “Politics, Early Warning Systems, and Credit Rating Agencies,” (2011) Foreign Policy Analysis, v. 7:1, pp. 67-87. (with Glen Biglaiser and Karl DeRouen).
- “Making the Case for Case Studies in American Government,” (2011) in Teaching Matters: Engaging Students in the Study of American Government. Ed., Daniel M. Shea, New York: (with Melissa K. Miller)
- “Global Fair Trade: Humanizing Globalization and Reintroducing the Normative to International Political Economy” (2010) Review of International Political Economy. v. 17:10, pp. 103-128 (with Stefan Fritsch).
- “Financial Crisis” (2010) The International Studies Encyclopedia. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell
- “Responses to Financial Crises: An Evolutionary Perspective” (2009) Global Society. v. 23:2, pp. 105-127.
- “Women and Globalization” in Women and Politics Around the World: A Comparative History and Survey. (2009) Ed. Marian Leif Palley and Joyce Gelb. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO pp. 17-28.
- “Protecting Paradise: A Cross-National Analysis of Biome Protection Policies” (2008) v. 4:1 Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy (with Shannon K. Orr)
- “Sovereign Bonds and ‘Democratic Advantage’: Does Regime Type Affect Credit Rating Agency Ratings in the Developing World?” (2007) v. 61:2. International Organization. 342-365. (with Glen Biglaiser and Karl DeRouen)
- Faculty Mentoring and Enrichment Grant, Sponsored Programs and Research Bowling Green State University. Funded 2007.
- “Sovereign Bond Ratings and Democracy: The Effects of Regime Type in the Developing World.” (with Glen Biglaiser) American Political Science Association Small Research Grant Program. Funded spring 2005.
- Competitive Graduate Fellowship, University of Delaware (1998-1999)
Select Presentations and Invited Talks
- “Rage Against the Koch Machine: Defending and Advancing Faculty Rights in the Face of Legislative Attacks” American Association of University Professors Summer Institute, Chicago, IL: July 27, 2012
- “The US Sub-Prime Crisis: Genesis and Global Social and Political Ramifications,” Lecture presented at Bahçeşehir University. Istanbul, Turkey. April 2011.
- “The Security Threats of Global Financial Crisis,” Invited presentation for “The Study of the United States Institute on U.S. and National Security Policy Making.” Funded by The U.S. Department of State. January 2011. (also invited on similar topics in 2010)
- “Worldwide Economic Crisis,” Invited presentation delivered to employees at various US governmental security agencies. Funded by the Department of Defense through a continuing education contract facilitated by the Institute for Global Studies, University of Delaware, January 2010.
- “Assessing Online Education in the Era of Globalization.” Roundtable Participant. International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA: February 2010
- “Delivering International Studies Online: How to Create an Effective Online Learning Environment.” Roundtable Participant. International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA: February 2010.
- “Conquering Malaria: The Creation and Evolution of International Norms in the Use of DDT” International Studies Association, New Orleans, LA: February 2010. (with Shannon Orr)
- “Re-Humanizing Globalization” International Studies Association, New York, NY: February 2009. (With Stefan Fritsch)
- The Global Financial Architecture: What Have we Learned a Decade after Asia.” International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA: March 2008.
- “The Failure of GPE Theory to Recognize the Fair Trade Movement” Global International Studies Conference sponsored by the World International Studies Committee. Ljubljana, Slovenia. July 2008 (with Stefan Fritsch).
- “The Global Financial Architecture: What Have we Learned a Decade after Asia a Decade After Asia.” International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA: March 2008.
- “American Financial Institutions: The Role of the US Federal Reserve Bank in the US Economy” and “Voting and American Political Institutions.” Invited Lectures for The Middle East Partnership Initiative Undergraduate Institute on American Studies and Leadership. Sponsored by the US Department of State. August 2004 and 2005.
- Growing Student Loan Debt and the Prospects for Financial Crisis
(article length manuscript in progress)
- Understanding the Dodd-Frank Era of Financial Regulation: Protections and Loopholes for Taming Financial Markets
(article length manuscript in progress)
- After the Crash: Bailouts, Regulation and the New Financial Architecture
(Book length manuscript currently in progress.)
- Global Political Economy (undergraduate and graduate levels)
- International Organization (undergraduate and graduate levels)
- International Law (undergraduate and graduate levels)
- Introduction to International Relations
- Model United Nations
- Introduction to International Studies
- American Politics
- Seminar in International Development Administration (graduate level)