William Kindred Winecoff
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Education:Ph.D. Political Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 2013.
– Dissertation: A Complex Political Economy of the Global Banking System
Professor Winecoff researches the politics of the global economy, in particular the international financial system. In particular, he studies how financial firms respond to, and influence, regulatory policies and political institutions, and how these aggregate into a global system of financial interdependence. His ongoing research examines the global banking system using complex network methodologies, the politics of "technocratic" monetary institutions, and episodes of crisis and reform. He teaches on topics related to international political economy. Professor Winecoff received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2013.