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Scott Cooper

Associate Professor


Cooper, S. (2014). Currency Unions in the Developing World. In Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff (Ed.), Handbook of the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations (pp. 224-240). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

  • Cooper, S., Hawkins, D., Jacoby, W., & Nielson, D. (2008). Yielding Sovereignty to International Institutions: Bringing System Structure Back In. International Studies Review, 10, 501-524.
  • Cooper, S. (2008). Monetary Blocs on the Periphery. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 46(1), 29-53.
  • Cooper, S. (2007). Why Doesn't Regional Monetary Cooperation Follow Trade Cooperation?. Review of International Political Economy, 14(4), 626-52.
  • Cooper, S. (2004). State-Centric Balance-of-Threat Theory: Explaining the Misunderstood Gulf Cooperation Council. Security Studies, 13(2), 306-349.
  • Cooper, S., & Taylor, B. (2003). Power and Regionalism: Explaining Regional Cooperation in the Persian Gulf. In Finn Laursen (Ed.), Comparative Regional Integration: Theoretical Perspectives (pp. 105-124). Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Cooper, S., & Asay, C. (2003). East African Monetary Union: The Domestic Politics of Institutional Survival or Dissolution. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 2(2), 131-160.