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BLYTH Mark McGann BA, MA, MPhil, PhD
British/American political scientist and academic
Associate Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University

Education: BA (Hons), Political Economy, University of Strathclyde 1990; MA, Political Science, Columbia University 1993; MPhil, Political Science, Columbia University 1995; PhD, Political Science, Columbia University 1999

Career: Mark Blyth is Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland and has been Permanent Visiting Professor at the International Centre for Business and Politics at the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark since 2006. He was also Visiting Professor at the University of Birmingham, UK in 2000, at Science Politique, Lille, France in 2003, at the School of Advanced International Studies, Bologna, Italy in 2005, at the University of Mannheim Centre for European Social Research in Germany in 2005 and again in 2007, and at Sciences Politique, Paris in 2007. He is an Advisory Board member of Millennium: A Journal of International Studies and was USA Review Editor for the Review of International Political Economy from 2000 until 2003. He has also been Editorial Board member of The Johns Hopkins University Press since 2004 and has been editor of Review of International Political Economy (see url below) since 2004.

Honours and awards: Walker Bequest, University of Strathclyde for study in the USA 1991, Scottish International Educational Trust Award for Study in the USA 1991 and 1992, President’s Fellowship, Columbia University 1991–94, The William T.R. Fox Fellowship for the Study of International Relations, Columbia University 1994–95, Dissertation Fellowship, Institute for the Study of World Politics 1994–95, Dissertation Fellowship, The Josephine de Karman Fellowship 1995–96, Research Fellowship, Scottish International Educational Trust 1996, Research Fellowship, Goldsmith Award for Press and Public Policy Research 1996, Excellence in Teaching Award for the Liberal Arts Program, Johns Hopkins University 2003, Johns Hopkins University Class of 2003 George E. Owen Teaching Award, DAAD German Language Training in Germany Faculty Grant 2004, co-recipient of the Radcliffe Seminars Advanced Workshop Grant 2005

Publications include: Great Transformations: Economic Ideas and Political Change in the Twentieth Century 2002; numerous articles in professional journals on comparative and international political economy, political and economic change, party politics and political economy, constructivist theory, uncertainty and probability, the politics of finance, the history of political economy

Contact details: Address: Department of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University, 338 Mergenthaler Hall, 3400 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA; Tel: +1 410-516-7528; Tel: +1 443-850-2537 (mobile); Tel: +1 410-504-1960 (Skype); Email: ; Website: ; Website: .

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