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Jamie Jordan

Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellow In European Integration and Employment Relation

Geary Institute

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Email: jamie.jordan@ucd.ie

Biography

Jamie is an Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellow in European Integration and Employment Relations at University College Dublin. He is involved in the European Research Council funded project European Unions: Labour Politics and the EU's New European Economic Governance Regime. Prior to this he was an Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Student at the University of Nottingham, completing his thesis in 2017. His research focused on the international and comparative political economy of the eurozone crisis, specifically analysing the origins of, and responses to, this in Greece and Portugal. Work from this has been published in the European Journal of International Relations. Jamie has held teaching positions at the University of Nottingham (2013-2017) and De Montfort University, Leicester (2013-2014). He is also a Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice (CSSGJ) at the University of Nottingham.

Publications

 

Book Chapters

Bieler, Andreas and Jordan, Jamie (2015) 'Austerity and Resistance: The Politics of Labour in the Eurozone Crisis' In: Satgar, Vishwas (eds). Capitalism's Crises: Class Struggle in South Africa and the World. Johannesburg: WITS University Press. [Details]
 

Peer Reviewed Journals

Bieler, Andreas and Jordan, Jamie (2017) 'Commodification and 'the commons': The politics of privatising public water in Greece and Portugal during the Eurozone Crisis'. European Journal of International Relations, . [DOI] [Details]
                                                                                                                                           

Research

Research Interests

  • Global political economy of capitalism;
  • The regional political economy of European integration;
  • The origins of, and responses to, the eurozone crisis;
  • Labour politics;
  • Theories of international and comparative political economy.