Dr. Sara Konoe
Dr. Sara Konoe, Associate Professor at the Kansai University’s Faculty of Economics (Osaka, Japan), was guest at the Global Governance unit in March 2017. Her research focuses on international political economy, the politics of financial regulation, and European integration. At the WZB, she worked on her research on unbalanced development in European financial and monetary system.
Konoe, Sara. The Politics of Integration: Unbalanced Development in European Financial and Monetary System (provisional title). Deadline September 2018 (contract with Oxford University)
Konoe, Sara (2017). “The Role of Hegemons in Post-Financial Crisis Reforms: Germany in the Eurozone (provisional),” International Relations 189, The Japan Association of International Relations, forthcoming. (under revision after being reviewed)
Konoe, Sara (2014). “The Formation of the EMU and Financial Stability Policies: Fragmented Policy-Making Processes and Current Agendas.” EU Studies in Japan 34, 229-49. (peer-reviewed)
Konoe, Sara. (2014). The Politics of Financial Markets and Regulation: The United States, Japan, and Germany. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (peer-reviewed)
Konoe, Sara (2010). “Policy Shifts and the Changing Role of Banks: A Comparison between Japan and Germany.” Zeitschrift für Japanisches Recht / Journal of Japanese Law, 15 (29), Spring, 81-102. (peer-reviewed)
Konoe, Sara (2009). “Financial Crises, Politics, and Financial Sector Restructuring: A Comparison between Japan and the United States.” Journal of Asian and African Studies, 44 (5), 497-515. (peer-reviewed)