Stephen B. Kaplan PhD

Bio

After completing my PhD at Yale University in 2009, I joined the GWU faculty in the fall of 2010. In 2009-2010, I was a post-doctoral fellow at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University. Prior to my doctoral studies, I worked as a senior economic researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, writing extensively on developing country economics, global financial market developments, and emerging market crises from 1998 to 2003.

Books

My current research also examines debtor-creditor relations in global finance, the role of technocratic communities in shaping economic policy, and the rise of emerging powers. I have published articles in The Journal of PoliticsElectoral Studies, Latin American Research ReviewReview of International Political Economy, and World Development.  

My research and commentary has also been featured in a range of national media outlets, including the Atlantic, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, NPR’s Marketplace, and the Washington Post; and global media outlets, including Asahi Shimbun, Fohla de Sao Paulo, the Hürriyet Daily News, and the Washington Post.

Research and Media

My current research also examines debtor-creditor relations in global finance, the role of technocratic communities in shaping economic policy, and the rise of emerging powers. I have published articles in The Journal of PoliticsElectoral Studies, Latin American Research ReviewReview of International Political Economy, and World Development.  

 

My research and commentary has also been featured in a range of national media outlets, including the Atlantic, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, NPR’s Marketplace, and the Washington Post; and global media outlets, including Asahi Shimbun, Fohla de Sao Paulo, the Hürriyet Daily News, and the Washington Post.