Andreas Bieler is Professor of Political Economy and Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice in the School of Politics and International Relations at Nottingham University. His general expertise is in the area of International Relations/International Political Economy theories and the analysis of European integration as well as resistance to neo-liberal globalisation with a particular emphasis on the possible role of trade unions.
Bieler, Andreas, Bruno Ciccaglione, John Hilary and Ingemar Lindberg (eds.) (2014) Free Trade and Transnational Labour. London: Routledge. [link]
Latest online publications
- Greece and Germany have more in common than you might think (together with Jamie Jordan). The Conversation, 14 May 2015.
- Arbeidere og transnasjonal aksjon i krisetider. Radikal Portal, 19 May 2014.
- Crucible of Resistance: Class struggle over ways out of the crisis. The Bullet, Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 926, 10 January 2014.[This post was republished by GlobalResearch on 10 January 2014.
- What Future for Social Democracy? The Bullet, Socialist Project • E-Bulletin No. 887, 11 October 2013.
ESRC Research Grant on Chinese labour
Andreas Bieler has been awarded a grant of £275k by the ESRC for a project on ‘Globalisation, national transformation and workers’ rights: an analysis of Chinese labour within the global economy’ (RES-062-23-2777). [Abstract] [Full proposal][Blog on Chinese labour]Workshop – Call for Papers] [Workshop Programme]
BISA-HEU Teaching Award
Both Adam David Morton and myself were jointly awarded the 2012/13 BISA-HEA Award for Excellence in Teaching International Studies.
Research fellowship at CAS in Oslo, 2013/14.
I have been awarded a Research Fellowship (£45000) by the Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) in Oslo/Norway to work on the project ‘Globalization and the possibility of transnational actors – the case of trade unions‘.