External contributor
Richard Higgott
 
Professor of International Political Economy at University of Warwick
 
Born in 1949 (UK). Graduated in BA, (CNAA) MSc (London) PhD (Birmingham). Professor of International Political Economy at University of Warwick since 1996 and since 1997, Foundation Director and Co-Director of the UK Economic and Social Research Council, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (www.csgr.org). He is also Senior Scientist and Director of the EU Framework 6 Network of Excellence on Global Governance, Regionalisation and Regulation and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Governance and Public Management of the Warwick Business School. Recent publications include: The Global Polity (Routledge, co-ed, 2002), Globalisation and the MiddleEast: Economics, Politics and Society, (co-ed, Brookings and RIIA, 2002). The New Political Economyof Globalisation, 2 Vols. (co-ed, 2000). Non State Actors and Authority in Global Politics; (co-ed, 2000). He is the managing  of The Pacific Review, Co-Editor Elect of Global Governance and a member of the boards of some 10 international journals.