Prof Mark T. Nance

Associate ProfessorDirector of Master of International Studies

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Biography

Mark T. Nance (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison) is an Associate Professor in the School of Public and International Affairs at North Carolina State University and director of the Master of International Studies program. He teaches courses in international relations and comparative politics. He also is a senior research fellow and adjunct professor of law at the Financial Integrity Institute at Case Wetern Reserve's School of Law. His research focuses generally on the politics of the economy, including mechanisms of global governance, efforts to govern illicit markets, and the response to economic crises. He has conducted field work in six countries and has led study abroad programs in Spain, the Czech Republic, Mexico, and Brazil. In 2017-8, he was a Fulbright Schuman scholar based at Gothenburg University's Quality of Government Institute.

Teaching and Research Interests

Global Governance, Comparative and International Political Economy, International Finance and Regulation, European Politics, Maritime Piracy, Economics and Public Opinion, Sweden, Germany, Spain, European Union

Projects

Crisis Capitalism? Bailing out the automobile industry--and autoworkers--in Sweden, Germany and the United States

Knowns and Unknowns in de-risking: side effects of the anti-money laundering regime (for Atlanta Federal Reserve's Americas Center)

Security Cooperation and UNSCR 1540 (with B. Early and P. Cottrell)


Publications

Edited special issues & volumes:

Mark T. Nance (ed). 2018. “Defining and Fighting Illicit Finance: The Financial Action Task Force and the Anti-Money Laundering Regime.” Crime, Law, and Social Change 69(2).

Mark T. Nance and William A. Boettcher III (eds). 2017. “Conflict or Cooperation? The Politics of Global Energy and Security.” Energy Research and Social Science 24: 1-106.

Struett, Michael J., Jon D. Carlson, and Mark T. Nance (eds.)  2012.  Maritime Piracy and the Construction of Global Governance.  New York: Routledge.    

http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415518291


Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:

Nance, Mark T. and Jack Daly 2018. "The Nordic Model and Structural Change: Lessons from the collapse of Saab Automobile AB." Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy 53(4): 190-196.

Nance, Mark T. 2018. “The Regime that FATF Built: An introduction to the Financial Action Task Force.” Crime, Law, and Social Change 69(2): 109-129.

Nance, Mark T. 2018. “Re-thinking FATF: An experimentalist interpretation of the Financial Action Task Force.” Crime, Law, and Social Change 69(2): 131-152.

Nance, Mark T. and William A. Boettcher III. 2017. “Introduction: Conflict and Cooperation at the Energy-Security Nexus.” Energy Research and Social Science 24: 1-5.

Early, Bryan C., Mark T. Nance, and M. Patrick Cottrell. 2017. ““Global Governance at the Energy-Security Nexus:  Lessons from UNSCR 1540.”  Energy Research and Social Science 24: 94-101.

Nance, Mark T., Gabriele Suder, and Abigail Hall. 2016. “Negotiating the Transatlantic Relationship: An international, interdisciplinary simulation of a real-world negotiation.”  PS: Political Science & Politics: 49(2): 333-338.

Nance, Mark T. and M. Patrick Cottrell. 2014. "A turn toward experimentalism? Re-thinking security and governance in the 21st century."  Review of International Studies 40(2): 277-301.

Struett, Michael J., Mark T. Nance, and Dianne Armstrong. 2013. “Navigating Complexity? Pitfalls for Cooperation in the Maritime Piracy Regime Complex.”  Global Governance 19(1): 93-104.

Nance, Mark T. and Anja P. Jakobi. 2012. “Laundering Pirates?  The potential role of anti-money laundering in countering maritime piracy.”  Journal of International Criminal Justice 10: 857-880.

Struett, Michael J. and Mark T. Nance (equal authorship).  2012.  “Constructing Pirates, Piracy, and Governance: An Introduction” in Struett, Carlson, and Nance (eds.) Maritime Piracy and the Construction of Global Governance.  New York: Routledge.

Nance, Mark T. and Michael J. Struett (equal authorship).  2012.  “Conflicting Constructions: Maritime Piracy and Cooperation under Regime Complexes” in Struett, Carlson, and Nance (eds.) Maritime Piracy and the Construction of Global Governance.  New York: Routledge.

Nance, Mark T. and William A. Boettcher III. 2017. “Introduction: Conflict and Cooperation at the Energy-Security Nexus.” Energy Research and Social Science 24: 1-5.

Early, Bryan C., Mark T. Nance, and M. Patrick Cottrell. 2017. ““Global Governance at the Energy-Security Nexus:  Lessons from UNSCR 1540.”  Energy Research and Social Science 24: 94-101.

Nance, Mark T., Gabriele Suder, and Abigail Hall. 2016. “Negotiating the Transatlantic Relationship: An international, interdisciplinary simulation of a real-world negotiation.”  PS: Political Science & Politics: 49(2): 333-338.

Nance, Mark T. and M. Patrick Cottrell.  2014.  “A Turn Toward Experimentalism? Re-thinking security and governance in the 21st century.”  Review of International Studies.

Struett, Michael J., Mark T. Nance, and Dianne Armstrong.  2013.  “Navigating Complexity? Pitfalls for Cooperation in the Maritime Piracy Regime Complex.”  Global Governance 19(1): 93-104.

Non-Peer Reviewed Articles:

Cobb, Michael D. and Mark T. Nance. 2011. “The Consequences of Measuring Non-Attitudes about Foreign Trade Preferences.”  Survey Practice, December: www.surveypractice.org.

  Trubek, Louise, Mark Nance, and Tamara Hervey. 2009. “The Construction of Healthier Europe: Lessons and Questions for EU Governance from the Fight Against Cancer.”  Wisconsin International Law Journal 26(3): 804-843.

 

Book Chapters:

Nance, Mark T. 2015. “Naming and Shaming in Financial Regulation:  Explaining Variation in the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering” in Friman, H. Richard (ed.), The Politics of Leverage in International Relations: Name, Shame and Sanction. New York:  Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 123-142.

Suder, Gabriele, Mark T. Nance, and Abigail Hall. 2014. “Improving IB Learning through Interdisciplinary Simulations” in Taras, Vasyl and Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez (eds), Experiential Learning in International Business. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. Pp. 665-678.

Struett, Michael J. and Mark T. Nance (equal authorship). 2012. “Constructing Pirates, Piracy, and Governance: An Introduction” in Struett, Carlson, and Nance (eds.) Maritime Piracy and the Construction of Global Governance. New York: Routledge. Pp. 1-19.

Nance, Mark T. and Michael J. Struett (equal authorship). 2012. “Conflicting Constructions: Maritime Piracy and Cooperation under Regime Complexes” in Struett, Carlson, and Nance (eds.) Maritime Piracy and the Construction of Global Governance. New York: Routledge. Pp. 125-148.

Trubek, David M., Patrick Cottrell, and Mark Nance. 2006. “‘Soft Law,’ ‘Hard Law,’ and European Integration: Toward a Theory of Hybridity” in Scott, Joanne and Gráinne de Búrca (eds.), New Governance and Constitutionalism in Europe and the US. Oxford: Hart Publishing Ltd. Pp. 65-94.

Also published as:  Trubek, David M., Patrick Cottrell, and Mark Nance. 2005. “‘Soft Law,’ ‘Hard Law,’ and European Integration: Toward a Theory of Hybridity.”  Jean Monnet Working Paper 02/05. Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice, New York University School of Law.

 


Education

  • Ph.D. in International Relations & Comparative Politics from University of Wisconsin-Madison