Wesley Widmaier

Focus: Will Donald Trump win in 2020?

Listen to Dr Wesley Widmaier and Matt Bevan discuss the results of the US mid-term election

Australian Foreign Policy in Political Time: Middle Power Creativity, Misplaced Friendships, and Crises of Leadership

Wesley Widmaier, ‘Australian Foreign Policy in Political Time: Middle Power Creativity, Misplaced Friendships, and Crises of Leadership’, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 73(2)

"Please Better Shut Their Mouths": German Influence on US Macroeconomic Policy under the Carter Administration

Wesley Widmaier, ‘ “Please Better Shut Their Mouths”: German Influence on US Macroeconomic Policy under the Carter Administration,” German Policy Studies, 4(3) 2009: 5‒30.

Economics are Too Important to Leave to Economists: The Everyday, Emotional, and Unconscious Dimensions of International Political Economy: Review Essay

Wesley Widmaier, ‘Economics are Too Important to Leave to Economists: The Everyday, Emotional, and Unconscious Dimensions of International Political Economy: Review Essay’, Review of Internatio

Emotions Before Paradigms: Elite Anxiety and Populist Resentment from the Asian to Subprime Crises

Wesley Widmaier, ‘Emotions Before Paradigms: Elite Anxiety and Populist Resentment from the Asian to Subprime Crises’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 9(1) 2010: 127‒44.

Differences Beyond Theory: Structural, Strategic, and Sentimental Approaches to Normative Change

Wesley Widmaier and Susan Park, ‘Differences Beyond Theory: Structural, Strategic, and Sentimental Approaches to Normative Change’, International Studies Perspectives, 13(2) 2012: 123‒34.

The Institutionalist Roots of Macroprudential Ideas: Veblen and Galbraith on Regulation, Policy Success and Overconfidence

Andrew Baker and Wesley Widmaier, ‘The Institutionalist Roots of Macroprudential Ideas: Veblen and Galbraith on Regulation, Policy Success and Overconfidence’, New Political Economy, 19(4)

Presidents, Prime Ministers and Policy Rhetoric: The "Credibility Gaps" of Woodrow Wilson and Kevin Rudd in the League of Nations and Climate Change Debates

Wesley Widmaier and Dennis Grube, ‘Presidents, Prime Ministers and Policy Rhetoric: The “Credibility Gaps” of Woodrow Wilson and Kevin Rudd in the League of Nations and Climate Change Debates’,

From Bretton Woods to the Global Financial Crisis: Popular Politics, Paradigmatic Debates, and the Construction of Crises

Wesley Widmaier, ‘From Bretton Woods to the Global Financial Crisis: Popular Politics, Paradigmatic Debates, and the Construction of Crises’, Review of Social Economy, 72(2) 2014: 232‒52.

Macroprudential Ideas and Contested Social Purpose: A Response to Terrence Casey

Andrew Baker and Wesley Widmaier, ‘Macroprudential Ideas and Contested Social Purpose: A Response to Terrence Casey’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 17(2) 2015: 3

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