Title

Associate Professor of Politics

Degree

Ph.D., University of California

Field of Specialty

International Relations, particularly International Political Economy, International Organizations, and US Foreign Economic Policy.

Contact Information

Olin-Sang American Civilization Center 106
781-736-2725
chase@brandeis.edu

Personal Web Page

Kerry A Chase

Professor Chase teaches and researches international economic relations, international organizations, and foreign economic policy.

Publications

Kerry A. Chase. "Moving Hollywood Abroad: Divided Labor Markets and the New Politics of Trade in Services." International Organization 62. 4 (2008): 653-687.

Kerry A. Chase. "Protecting Free Trade: The Political Economy of Rules of Origin." International Organization 62. 3 (2008): 507-530.

Kerry A. Chase. "Multilateralism Compromised: The Mysterious Origins of GATT Article XXIV." World Trade Review 5. 1 (2006): 1-30.

Kerry A. Chase. Trading Blocs: States, Firms, and Regions in the World Economy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005.

Kerry A. Chase. "From Protectionism to Regionalism: Multinational Firms and Trade-Related Investment Measures." Business and Politics 6. 2 (2004): 1-36.

Kerry A. Chase. "Imperial Protection and Strategic Trade Policy in the Interwar Period." Review of International Political Economy 11. 1 (2004): 177-203.

Kerry A. Chase. "Economic Interests and Regional Trading Arrangements: The Case of NAFTA." International Organization 57. 1 (2003): 137-174.

Courses Taught

IGS 10a Introduction to International and Global Studies
POL 15a Introduction to International Relations
POL 172b Seminar: International Political Economy
POL 173a U.S. Foreign Economic Policy
POL 214b Graduate Seminar: Selected Topics in World Politics
POL 340d Proseminar