Golding Judaica Center, 23
DegreesHarvard University, Ph.D.
Harvard University, M.A.
ExpertiseLucy Goodhart studies comparative and international political economy, analyzing the domestic politics of trade protection and coalition policy-making. Prior to coming to Brandeis, Goodhart was at Columbia University, where she taught European Union politics and attitudes to the welfare state, as well as statistics for political scientists. Her research has appeared in International Studies Quarterly, the Quarterly Journal of Political Science and the Review of International Political Economy.
ProfileLucy Goodhart has a strong interest in the political ramifications of the global economy. Her current analyzes the variation in voting and preferences across “Red” and “Blue” states within the US seeking to explain why poorer states are more likely to vote for Republican presidential candidates. Goodhart relates this variation to the pressure on earnings for households who are reliant on "middle-skill" occupations and shows how this has changed attitudes to government spending and taxation.
|IGS||8a||Economic Principles and Globalization|
|POL||15a||Introduction to International Relations|
|POL||119a||Red States, Blue States: Understanding Contemporary American Voters and Parties|
|POL||153a||The New Europe: European Economic and Political Integration|
Goodhart, Lucy. "Brave New World? Macro-Prudential Policy and the New Political Economy of the Federal Reserve." Review of International Political Economy (2014). (forthcoming)
Goodhart, Lucy. "Industry-level Protection." The Politics of International Trade. Ed. Lisa Martin. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014 (forthcoming)
Goodhart, Lucy. "Who Decides? Coalition Governance and Ministerial Discretion." Quarterly Journal of Political Science 8. 3 (2013): 205-237.