List of Publications
Selected Works on Political Economy:
“Globalization, the highest stage of imperialism: core-periphery dynamics in the Middle East,” in Stephen Stetter, Globalization and the Middle East, NY: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.
“Europe and the Middle East: From Imperialism to Liberal Peace?”, Review of European Studies Vol. 4, No. 3; July 2012.
“The Middle East in the world hierarchy: imperialism and resistance” Journal of International Relations and Development, 14, 2011, 213–246.
“Order and Change in the Middle East: A Neo-Gramscian Twist on the International Society Approach,” in Barry Buzan, ed. International Society and the Middle East: English School Theory at the Regional Level, Palgrave, 2009, 201-25
“al-harb wa al-iqtisad wa al-sultat al-siyassa fi al alim al-arabi “[War, economics and political power in the Arab world], Le Monde Diplomatique (Arabic edition), December 2008
“The Politics of Economic Liberalization: Comparing Egypt and Syria," in Hassan Hakimian and Ziba Moshaver, The State and Global Change: the Political Economy of Transition in the Middle East & North Africa, Curzon Press, 2001
"The Politics of Economic Liberalization in Syria," Third World Quarterly, v 18, no 2, 1997.
"The Political Economy of Economic Liberalization in Syria," International Journal of Middle East Studies, 27, 1995.
"Liberalization in Syria: the Struggle of Economic and Political Rationality," in Eberhard Kienle, Contemporary Syria: Liberalization Between Cold War and Cold Peace, London & New York: British Academic Press, 1994.
"Class, State, and the Reversal of Egypt's Agrarian Reform," MERIP Reports, n. 184, Sept-Oct, 1993.
"The Politics of Economic Reform in Egypt," Third World Quarterly, v. 14, no. 1, 1993.
"Class and State in Ba`thist Syria," in R. Antoun and D. Quataert, Syria: Society, Culture, and Polity, SUNY Press, 1991.
"Bureaucracy & Development in Syria: The Case of Agriculture," Journal of Asian and African Studies, 24:.1-2, 1989.
Peasant and Bureaucracy in Ba`thist Syria: The Political Economy of Rural Development, Westview Press, 1989.
Raymond Hinnebusch is Professor of International Relations and Middle East Politics at the University of St. Andrews Scotland. He is founder and director of the Centre for Syrian Studies and co-founder of the Institute for Middle East, Central Asian and Caucasus Studies in the School of International Relations.He previously taught at the American University in Cairo.
Ph.D. Political Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1975; M.A., Political Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1971; B.A., Duquesne University, 1968.
My main interests are the International Relations, Comparative Politics and Political Economy of the Middle East. In respect to political economy, my special interests are the political economy of agrarian development, the politics of economic liberalization and the impact of neo-liberal globalization on the MENA region. My countries of special interest are Egypt and Syria.