Resume

Curriculum Vitae

Current as of March 2016

 

Peter Joachim Katzenstein

Government Department

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853

Tel: (o) 607-255-6257

(h) 607-277-2971

Fax: 607-255-4530

 

Personal:

Date of Birth: 17 February 1945

Married; two children

Home address: 1189 Ellis Hollow Road; Ithaca, NY 14850

 

Education:

University:

Ph.D. Harvard University (1973).

M.Sc. London School of Economics and Political Science, International Relations (1968).

B.A. Swarthmore College, Political Science, Economics and Literature (1967).

Secondary:

Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums, Hamburg, Germany (1964).

 

Academic Honors and Fellowships:

  • Member of the British Academy (2015).
  • Honorary degree, China Foreign Affairs University (2015).
  • Honorary degree, University of Leiden (2015)
  • Foreign Affairs lists Anglo-America and Its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East (New York: Routledge, 2012) as one of its top picks for 2013.
  • Honorary degree, University of Antwerp (2012)
  • Editorial Board, Economic and Political Studies, Renmin University (2012--)
  • Susan Strange Award, International Studies Association, 2011, in recognition of a scholar "whose singular intellect, assertiveness, and insight most challenge conventional wisdom and intellectual and organizational complacency in the International Studies Association."
  • Honorary degree, Peking University (2011)
  • Winner of the Choice Outstanding Academic Title (2011)for Beyond Paradigms: Analytic Eclecticisms in the Study of World Politics (Palgrave 2010).
  • International Studies Association Susan Strange Award in recognition of a scholar “whose singular intellect, assertiveness, and insight most challenge conventional wisdom and intellectual and organizational complacency in the International Studies Association” (2011).
  • Honorary Degree: University of Piräus, Greece (2010).
  • Election to the American Philosophical Society (2009).
  • Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (2009-10).
  • President American Political Science Association (2008-09).
  • Swiss Political Science Association, Honorary Lifetime Member (2008).
  • Honorary Degree, Renmin University, China (2008).
  • Non-resident Senior Fellow, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (2008-).
  • EAI Travel Fellowship (Spring 2008).
  • Distinguished Visitor, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, Harvard University (December 2005).
  • Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow, "in recognition of sustained and distinguished undergraduate teaching," Cornell University (2004).
  • Fellow, Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (2004-05).
  • Fellow, Russell Sage Foundation (2001-02).
  • Visiting Karl Deutsch Research Professorship, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (November 1998, October 1999).
  • The Culture of National Security: Norms and Identity in World Politics (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996) selected by Choice Magazine as one of the top ten books in the field of International Relations for 1997.
  • International Political Economy Senior Scholar, International Studies Association, IPE section (1997).
  • Abe Fellowship, Social Science Research Council (1998-00).
  • Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center, Washington D.C. (1997-98).
  • Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin (1995-96).
  • Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize (together with Nobuo Okawara) for Japan's National Security: Structures, Norms and Policy Responses in a Changing World (1993).
  • Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award, Cornell University (1993).
  • German Marshall Fund Fellowship (1990-91).
  • Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (1988-89).
  • American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (1988-89).
  • Election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1987).
  • Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award for Small States in World Markets: Industrial Policy in Europe (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1985) as the "best book published in the United States during 1985 on government, politics or international affairs" (1986).
  • German Academic Exchange Service, Study Visit to the Federal Republic of Germany (1985).
  • Fellow, Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (1981-82).
  • German Marshall Fund Fellowship (1979-81).
  • Council on Foreign Relations, International Affairs Fellowship (1979-81).
  • Rockefeller Fellowship in Conflict in International Relations (1977-79).
  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Fellowship (1976-77).
  • Helen Dwight Reid Award, American Political Science Association (1974).
  • Sumner Dissertation Prize, Harvard University (1973).
  • Graduate Prize Fellowship, Harvard University (1968-73).
  • M.Sc. with Distinction, London School of Economics (1968).
  • Phi Beta Kappa (1967).
  • B.A. with Highest Honors, Swarthmore College (1967).

Teaching Experience:

  • Visiting Professor, Harvard Business School (2013-2014).
  • Walter S. Carpenter, Jr. Professor of International Studies, Cornell University (1988-).
  • Professor of Government, Cornell University (1980-87).
  • Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University (1977-80).
  • Assistant Professor of Government, Cornell University (1973-77).
  • Part-Time Instructor, Comparative Politics of Western Europe, Politics Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston (1972-73).
  • Teaching Fellow in the Government Department, Harvard University (1971-72).

Professional Experience:

  • Member of the Editorial Board of a Routledge book series IR Theory and Practice in Asia (2015-).
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Brazilian Journal of International Relations (2015-).
  • International Advisory Board for the Center of International Business Advancement (CIBA), Southern Tier NY (2015-).
  • Editorial Board, Global Affairs (2015--)
  • Appointed to the Kuratorium of the Social Science Research Center Berlin (September 1, 2014-August 31, 2018).
  • Visiting Professor, Harvard Business School (2013-14).
  • Research Fellow, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (2013--).
  • Advisory Board, ISA Section ‘Religion and International Relations’ (2014--)
  • Editorial Review Board, Theoria and Praxis (2014--)
  • Editorial Board, Economic and Political Studies, Renmin University (2012--)
  • Editorial Board, Zeitschrift für Politik-Journal of Political Science (2011-).
  • Editorial Board, Baltic Journal of Political Science (2011-).
  • Editorial Board, The Pacific Review (2010-).
  • President, American Political Science Association (2008-09).
  • Chair, Academic Advisory Committee, Wissenschafts-Zentrum Berlin (2007-12).
  • Member, Academic Advisory Committee, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (2005-12).
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Global Ethics (2007-).
  • Working Group ‘Religion, Secularism, and International Affairs,’ Social Science Research Council (2007-08).
  • Editorial Board, Review of International Political Economy (2006-).
  • Editorial Board, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (2007-).
  • Editorial Board, Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2007-).
  • International Advisory Board, Small States Studies (2005-).
  • Editorial Board, Annual Review of Political Science (2005-08).
  • Editorial Board, Asian Survey (2005-10).
  • Academic Advisory Committee, Mannheim Center for Social Science Research (MZES) (2005-08).
  • APSA Taskforce on Political Violence and Terrorism (2004-05).
  • International Advisory Board, New Political Economy (UK).
  • Editorial Advisory Committee, Chair, Sage IR series.
  • Editorial Advisory Committee, Handbook of European Union Politics (2004).
  • International Advisory Board, Asian Security book series (East West Center/ Stanford University Press).
  • Secretary, American Political Science Association (2002-03).
  • Chair, International Advisory Board, Handbook of International Relations.
  • Associate Editor, Editorial Board, Japanese Journal of Political Science (1999-2000).
  • Advisory Committee, "The New Institutionalism in Asia," Ezra Vogel and Paul Evans co-directors, Asia Center, Harvard University (1998-00).
  • Election to the Society for Comparative Research (1998).
  • Election to the Academic Advisory Committee of Institute for Advanced Study Berlin (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin) (1998-04).
  • Academic Advisory Council, Hessische Stiftung für Friedens-und Konfliktforschung (1997-04).
  • Nomination Committee, Political Science Section, American Academy of Arts and Science (1997-98).
  • 1997 APSA Lecturer at the Annual Meeting of the Japanese Political Science Association.
  • Program co-chair for the 1995 APSA convention in Chicago.
  • Advisory Council, Department of Politics at Princeton University (1993-00).
  • SSRC Committee on International Peace and Security (1991-97).
  • Editorial Advisory Committee: Stato & Mercato (Italy).
  • Look (Japan).
  • German Politics (Britain).
  • Cooperation and Conflict (Sweden).
  • Review of International Political Economy (England).
  • Journal of Industry Studies (Australia).
  • The Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies.
  • Zeitschrift fuer Internationale Politik (Germany).
  • COSMOS, Hellenic Yearbook of International Relations (Greece).
  • Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politische Wissenschaft/ Revue Suisse de Science Politiques (Switzerland).
  • Academic Advisory Board, German-European Institute for Civic Rights and Public Security (Berlin, 1990).
  • Editorial Advisory Board, International Studies Quarterly (1990-96).
  • Chair of the Board of Editors, International Organization (1990-91).
  • Visiting Scholar, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (1988-89).
  • Committee on International Political Science, American Political Science Association (1989-92).
  • Chair, Academy Advisory Committee, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Washington, D.C. (1989-95).
  • International Advisory Committee, Max-Planck Institute, Cologne (1987-01).
  • Academic Advisory Committee, Institute of Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Japanese Ministry of Finance (1985-90).
  • Chair, Selection Committee, SSRC Dissertation and Postdoctoral Fellowship for Advanced German and European Studies at the Free University of Berlin (1985-89).
  • Editor, Cornell Studies in Political Economy, Cornell University Press (1982-).
  • Co-editor, Policy and Politics in Industrial States, Temple University Press (1981-91).
  • Social Science Research Council, Committee on States and Social Structures (1982-89).
  • Award Committee for the Best Dissertation on German Politics, Conference Group on German Politics (1985-88).
  • Advisory Selection Committee, International Affairs Fellowship, Council on Foreign Relations (1985-88).
  • Academic Advising Council, American Institute for Contemporary Germany (1984-88).
  • Social Science Research Council, Joint Committee on Western Europe (1982-85).
  • Council on Foreign Relations, Study Group on Industrial Policy (1980-82).
  • Editor, International Organization (1980-86).
  • Council for International Exchange of Scholars, Advisory Screening Committee in Political Science (1979-80).
  • Committee on Atlantic Studies (1979-84).
  • Council for European Studies, Steering Committee (1979-82).
  • Editorial Board, International Organization (1976-86, 1988-93, 1995-01, 2002-07, 2009-2014).
  • Executive Committee, Editorial Board, International Organization (1976-77, 1979-86, 1992-93, 1997-99, 2009-2014).

University Service:

  • President’s Internationalization Committee (2012)
  • Sesquicentennial Committee (2012)
  • China Committee (Art College) (2012)
  • CAPS Advisory Committee (2011-2).
  • Sesquicentennial Committee, Social Science (2011-).
  • CIPA Director Search Committee (2011)
  • Institute for European Studies Steering Committee (2007-10).
  • Provost Advisory Committee on the Social Sciences (2000-01, 2002-04).
  • Cornell University Social Science Seminar (2000-01).
  • Professor-at-Large Selection Committee (2002-05).
  • Peace Studies Steering Committee (1993- ).
  • University Appeals Panel (1993-96).
  • University Committee on Strategic Planning (1992-95).
  • College Committee on Professional Ethics (1992-93).
  • Dean's Search Committee (1990-91, 2002-03).
  • Coordinator, International Relations Concentration (1986-95).
  • Director, International Political Economy Program, Cornell University (1980-91).
  • Executive Committee, Western Societies Program, Cornell University (1974-90).
  • Dean's Advisory Committee on Appointments (1986-87).
  • Acting Advisor, Kennedy Memorial Fellowship Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1972-73).
  • Student Representative, Executive Committee, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (1972-73).

Research Grants:

  • EAI Travel Fellowship awarded to visit five universities in China, Taiwan, S. Korea and Japan (Spring 2008).
  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Grant "Anti-Americanism and Changes in World Politics" (together with Robert O. Keohane) (2004-06).
  • German Marshall Fund Advanced Research Award for Research on Europe (together with Elena Iankova) for a project on the Eastern Enlargement of the EU (1999-00).
  • National Council for Eurasian and East European Research Grant for a project on "Europe towards the New Millenium: Building the East Back in" (together with Elena Iankova) (1998-99).
  • Cornell's European Studies Program, the Council for European Studies, the German Marshall Fund, the American Council for Learned Societies, the Greek Institute for International and Strategic Studies and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for an international research project on United Germany in an Integrating Europe (1993-96).
  • The Committee on International Peace and Security of the Social Science Research Council for a project on "Norms and National Security" (1993-95).
  • The Global Transitions project at Cornell's Center for International Studies, together with Takashi Shiraishi, for a project on "A New Regionalism? Japan's Changing Role in Asia" (1994-95).
  • German Marshall Fund and the VW Foundation funded workshop (April 1987) and conference (January 1988) on "Industry and Political Change in West Germany."
  • Joint holding of a Ford Foundation Grant supporting the publication of a seven-volume series on comparative public policy (together with Professors Ashford and Pempel).
  • Cornell-Harvard-Rockefeller funded workshop (June 1976) and conference (October 1976) on the Domestic Basis of Foreign Economic Policy of Advanced Industrial States (1976-77).
  • Joint holding of an Office of Education Development Grant for Graduate Training Program in Comparative Pubic Policy (together with Professors Ashford and Pempel) (1975-77).
  • Joint holding of a Ford Foundation Grant on Center-Periphery Relations in Western Europe (together with Professors Clark, Esman, Greenwood, Scheinman and Tarrow) (1974-77).

Professional Memberships and Activities:

  • Memberships: Council on Foreign Relations, American Political Science Association, International Studies Association, Conference Group on German Politics, Council of European Studies, American Association of University Professors, European Consortium for Political Research.
  • Manuscript Reader, among others, for: American Political Science Review, Public Policy, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, Polity.
  • Editorial Advisory Committee: Stato & Mercato (Italy). Look (Japan). German Politics (Britain). Cooperation and Conflict (Sweden). Review of International Political Economy (England). Journal of Industry Studies (Australia). The Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. Zeitschrift für Internationale Politik (Germany). COSMOS, Hellenic Yearbook of International Relations (Greece). Schweizerische Zeitschrift fuer Politische Wissenschaft/ Revue Suisse de Science Politiques/ (Switzerland).
  • International Studies Association, Nominations Committee (Chair, 1988).
  • Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award Committee, American Political Science Association (1988).
  • Program Committee: CES (1982); APSA (1984).
  • Prize Committee (Chair): American Political Science Association, Gabriel Almond Prize (1980-81).
  • Congressional Testimony: US Senate, Committee on Finance, Subcommittee on International Trade (9 December 1980).

Current Research Projects:

  • “Law, Popular Culture, Religion and Public Diplomacy in World Politics”
  • “Civilizations in World Politics”
  • “America’s Civilizational Imperium”
  • “In Search of Germany”

Graduate Students Supervised:

  • A. Dissertations Chaired:
  • Danielle Cohen (2015)
  • Philip Ayoub (2013)
  • Noelle Bridgen (2013)
  • Gaurav Kampani (2013)
  • Jing Tao (2013)
  • Lucia Seybert (2012)
  • Maria Zaitseva (2011).
  • Angela Carter (2011. University of Waterloo).
  • Benjamin Brake (2010. US State Department).
  • Daniel Kinderman (2010. University of Delaware).
  • Nobuto Yamamoto (2010. Keio University).
  • Geoffrey Wallace (2009. University of Tennessee).
  • Stephen Nelson (2009. Northwestern University).
  • Jennifer Erickson (2009. Boston College).
  • Seo-Hyun Park (2009. Lafayette College).
  • Jana Grittersova (2009. UC Riverside).
  • Il Hyun Cho (2008. Cleveland State University).
  • Stephanie Hoffmann (2008. University of Geneva).
  • Andrew Yeo (2008. Catholic University).
  • Andrew Phillips (2007. University of Queensland).
  • Stephen Watts (2006. RAND) (co-chair).
  • Scott Siegel (2006. Naval Postgraduate School Monterey).
  • Margarita Petrova (2006. Institut Barcelona de Estudis Internacionals, IBEI) (co-chair).
  • Barak Mendelsohn (2006. Haverford College).
  • Ji Mi (2006. University of Peking).
  • Karthika Sasikumar (2006. State University of California, Santa Jose).
  • Jason Lyall (2005. Princeton University).
  • Matthew Rudolph (2003).
  • Brian Bow (2003. Dalhousie University, Canada).
  • Arturo Santa-Cruz (2003. University of Guadalajara, Mexico).
  • Ming Yue (2003).
  • Xu Xin (2003. Cornell University).
  • Derek Hall (2001. University of Trent, Canada).
  • Rachel Epstein (2001. University of Colorado).
  • Alexandra Gheciu (2001. University of Ottawa).
  • Ulrich Krotz (2001. Brown University).
  • Adam Segal (2000. Council on Foreign Relations) (co-chair).
  • Tianbiao Zhu (2000. Peking University) (co-chair).
  • Ken Forsberg (1999. U.S. Senate staff member) (co-chair).
  • Rawi Abdelal (1999. Harvard University Business School).
  • Dia Anagnostou (1998. Aristotelian University Thessaloniki) (co-chair).
  • Paul Doremus (1998. U.S. Bureau of Standards).
  • Peter Andreas (1998. Brown University).
  • Amy Gurowitz (1998. UC Berkeley) (co-chair).
  • Natasha Hamilton-Hart (1998. University of Singapore).
  • Chris Hemmer (1998. Airforce Academy).
  • David Leheny (1998. Princeton University).
  • Dan Thomas (1997. University College Dublin).
  • Marc Lynch (1997. George Washington University) (co-chair).
  • Steve Casper (1997. Claremont Colleges).
  • Nina Tannenwald (1996. Brown University).
  • Kozo Kato (1996. Sophia University Tokyo).
  • Elena Iankova (1996. Cornell University) (co-chair).
  • Robert Hermann (1996. Freedom House).
  • Chris Reus-Smit (1995. Australian National University) (co-chair).
  • Gil Merom (1994. University of Sidney and Tel-Aviv).
  • Ikuo Kume (1994. Waseda University).
  • Richard Price (1994. University of British Columbia).
  • Steve Van Holde (1993. Kenyon College).
  • Christine Ingebritsen (1993. University of Washington).
  • Michael Marks (1993. Williamette University).
  • David Patton (1992. Connecticut College).
  • Lisa Baglione (1992. St. John's University).
  • Paul Kowert (1992. University of Miami).
  • Francis Admas (1992. Old Dominion University).
  • Audie Klotz (1991. Syracuse University).
  • Peter Johnson (1991).
  • Roy Nelson (1991. University of Arizona).
  • Paul D'Anieri (1991. University of Florida).
  • Simon Reich (1988. Rutgers University).
  • Keiichi Tsunekawa (1988. University of Tokyo).
  • Aline Kuntz (1987. University of New Hampshire).
  • Athanassios Platias (1986. Panteion University, Greece).
  • Lars Bang-Jensen (1986).
  • Lou Pauly (1986. University of Toronto).
  • Alan Cafruny (1982. Hamilton College).
  • Jeremiah Riemer (1982).

B. Dissertation Committee Member

  • Kelly Pike (2013)
  • Maria Sperandei (2013)
  • Allison McQueen (2011. Stanford University).
  • Martha Clarke (2008. Rand Corporation).
  • Marco Hauptmeier (2007. University of Cardiff).
  • Tomas Larson (2006. Cambridge University).
  • Dan Placfan (2006. University of Michigan).
  • Stephen Jackson (2005. University of Sydney).
  • Hyeok Kwon (2004. Korea University).
  • Mark Anner (2004. Penn State).
  • Joe Foudy (2003. Hunter College).
  • Dominique Caouette (2003. University of Montreal).
  • Beate Sissenich (2003. Indiana University).
  • Martin Behrens (2002. HansBoeckler Stiftung).
  • Raj Patel (2002).
  • David Rueda (2001. Oxford University).
  • Anirudh Krishna (2000. Duke University).
  • Qunjian Tian (2000. Connecticut College).
  • Aseema Sinha (2000. University of Wisconsin).
  • Eva Lotta Hedman (1998. School of Oriental and Asian Studies).
  • Bijoy Mishra (1996).
  • Ken Bush (1994. University of Ottawa).
  • David Lytel (1995).
  • Robert Letcher (1994).
  • Tim Larrison (1994).
  • Elizabeth Kier (1992. University of Washington).
  • Lynne Wozniak (1991).
  • John Garofano (1991. Navy War College).
  • Diarmuid Maguire (1990. University of Sydney, Australia).
  • Cynthia Witman (1989).
  • Francine D'Amico (1989. Syracuse University).
  • Richard Friman (1986. Marquette).
  • Jean Aden (1986. World Bank).
  • Loretta de Lucca (1986).
  • Michael Greve (1986).
  • Herman Schwartz (1986. University of Virginia).
  • William Keller (1986. University of Pittsburgh).
  • Matthew Evangelista (1986. Cornell University).
  • Joe Grieco (1982. Duke University).
  • Bruce Jentleson (1983. Duke University).
  • David Lake (1983. UC San Diego).
  • Ariel Levite (1983).
  • Nancy Love 1983. Penn State University).
  • Glenn Fong (1982. University of Arizona).
  • Miriam Golden (1982. UCLA).
  • William Barry (1980).
  • Gerald Steinberg (1980. Bar Ilan University).
  • Nathan Schwartz (1980).
  • Mary Weaver (1980. Occidental).
  • Robert Spitzer (1979. SUNY Cortland).
  • Alan Alexandroff (1978. University of Toronto).
  • James Jacobs (1978. University of Nevada).
  • Pauli Jarrvenpaa (1978).
  • Wallace Koehler (1977).

Publications:

  • Books, Edited Volumes, Monographs:
  • Civilizations in World Politics: Beyond East and West. Seoul: Kyung Hee University Press, 2014. Korean translation.
  • Sinicization and the Rise of China: Civilizational Processes beyond East and West (New York: Routledge, 2012). Edited volume. Chinese translation forthcoming.
  • Anglo-America and Its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East (New York: Routledge, 2012). Edited volume. Chinese translation forthcoming.
  • Civilizations in World Politics: Beyond East and West. (First ed.). Seoul: Kyung Hee University Press, 2012. English version and Korean translation of a summary of the trilogy of civilizational books.
  • La política sin fronteras o la ubicuidad de lo distintivo: Ensayos Escogidos de Peter J. Katzenstein, Arturo Santa Cruz (ed.), México, D.F.: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas [CIDE], 2012. 
  • Beyond Paradigms: Analytic Eclecticism in World Politics (New York: Palgrave, 2010), with Rudra Sil.
  • Civilizations in World Politics: Plural and Pluralist Perspectives (New York: Routledge, 2010). Edited volume. Chinese translation, Shanghai People’s Publishing 2012. Arabic translation, Fadhil Jatkar, Alamal Ma’arfah for the National Council for Culture, Arts, and Letters, Kuwait, 2012.
  • European Identity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009), co-edited with Jeffrey T. Checkel.
  • Rethinking Japanese Security: Internal and External Dimensions (London: Routledge, 2008).
  • Anti-Americanisms in World Politics (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2007), co-edited with Robert O. Keohane. Chinese translation 2008 from China Renmin University Press.
  • Religion in an Expanding Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), co-edited with Timothy A. Byrnes.
  • Beyond Japan: East Asian Regionalism (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2006), co-edited with Takashi Shiraishi. Japanese translation 2008 from Shosekikobo Hayama Publishing.  Chinese translation 2008 from China Renmin University Press.
  • A World of Regions: Asia and Europe in the American Imperium (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2005). Chinese translation 2007 Peking University Press.  Japanese translation 2007 from Shoseki Koubou Hayama.
  • Rethinking Security in East Asia: Identity, Power, and Efficiency (Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Press, 2004), co-edited with J.J. Suh and Allen Carlson.
  • Asian Regionalism (with Natasha Hamilton-Hart, Kozo Kato and Ming Yue). East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2000).
  • International Organization at Fifty: Exploration and Contestation in the Study of World Politics, 50th Anniversary Issue of International Organization 52, 4 (Fall 1998), co-editor with Robert Keohane and Stephen Krasner. Reissued under the title Exploration and Contestation in the Study of World Politics (Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1999). Chinese translation by Shanghai People’s Publishing House 2003.
  • Left-Wing Violence and State Response: United States, Germany, Italy and Japan, 1960s-1990s, Institute for European Studies, Cornell University, Working Paper 98.1.
  • Mitteleuropa: Between Europe and Germany (Providence, RI: Berghahn Publishers, 1998). Edited volume.
  • Tamed Power: Germany in Europe (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997). Edited volume.
  • Network Power: Japan and Asia (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997). Co-edited with Takashi Shiraishi.
  • United Germany in an Integrating Europe (Center for German and European Studies, Working Paper 8.3, October 1996).
  • The Culture of National Security: Norms and Identity in World Politics (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996). Edited volume. Chinese translation Peking University Press 2009.
  • Cultural Norms and National Security: Police and Military in Postwar Japan (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1996). Chinese translation published 2002 by Xinhua 
  • Publishing House. Japanese translation published 2007 by Nihon  Keizai Hyoron-sha.
  • Regionalism in Comparative Perspective. ARENA Working Paper No.1 (University of Oslo, January 1996).
  • Japan's National Security: Structures, Norms and Policy Responses in a Changing World (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, East Asia Program, Cornell East Asia Series, 1993). (with Nobuo Okawara).
  • Defending the Japanese State: Structures, Norms and the Political Responses to Terrorism and Violent Social Protest in the 1970s and 1980s (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, East Asia Program, Cornell East Asia Series, 1991). (with Yutaka Tsujinaka).
  • West Germany's Internal Security Policy: State and Violence in the 1970s and 1980s (Cornell University, Center for International Studies, Western Societies Program, Occasional Paper No. 28, 1990).
  • Analyzing Change in International Politics: The New Institutionalism and the Interpretative Approach (Cologne: Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung. Discussion Paper 90/10).
  • Comparative Theory and Political Experience: Mario Einaudi and the Liberal Tradition (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1990), co-edited with Sidney Tarrow and Theodore Lowi.
  • Industry and Politics in West Germany: Toward the Third Republic (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1989). Edited Volume.
  • Stability and Change in the Emerging Third West German Republic (Center for European Studies, Harvard University, Working Paper No. 9, 1988).
  • Policy and Politics in West Germany: The Growth of a Semi-sovereign State (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1987).
  • Small States in World Markets: Industrial Policy in Europe (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1985); 2nd printing 1986; 3rd printing 1987; Spanish translation Servicio de Publicaciones, Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social1987; 4th Printing 1989; 5th Printing 1991. Chinese translation Jilin  Publishing Group-Beijing Branch 2009. The General Administration of Press and Publication of the Peoples Republic of China chose the 2009 Chinese translation of Small States in World Markets (Cornell University Press 1985) as one of the top “100 excellent books in the social sciences introduced into China in 2009.”
  • Corporatism and Change: Austria, Switzerland and the Politics of Industry (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1984; paperback edition 1987; Spanish translation Servicio de Publicaciones, Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social1987.
  • Capitalism in One Country? Switzerland in the International Economy (Western Societies Program, Cornell University, Occasional Paper No. 13, 1980).
  • Between Power and Plenty: Foreign Economic Policies of Advanced Industrial States (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1978). This edited volume appeared previously as a special issue of the journal International Organization 31,4 (Fall 1977). Chinese translation 2008 with a new preface.
  • Territorial Politics in Industrial Nations (New York: Praeger, 1978) co-edited with S. Tarrow and L. Graziano, also published in Italian under the title Centro e Periferia Nelle Nazioni Industriali (Rome: Officina Edizioni, 1982).
  • Comparative Public Policy: A Cross-National Bibliography (Beverly-Hills: Sage, 1978) co-authored with D. Ashford and T.J. Pempel.
  • Disjoined Partners: Austria and Germany since 1815 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976).
  • Bibliography of Comparative Public Policy in Britain, West Germany, Japan and France (American Society for Public Administration, Section on International and Comparative Administration, 1976) co-authored with D. Ashford and T.J. Pempel.
  • From Many One and From One Many: Political Unification, Political Fragmentation and Cultural Cohesion in Europe since 1815 (Western Societies Program, Cornell University, Occasional Paper No. 1, 1974).

B) Articles, Chapters, Essays:

  • “Diversity and Empathy,” International Studies Review (2016) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/isr/viv023
  • “Karl Deutsch: Teacher and Scholar,“ International Relations 28, 3 (forthcoming 2014).
  • “Epilogue: Power.1-4 or The Emperor’s New Clothes,” in Bruce Jentleson and Louis Pauly, eds., Power in a Complex Global System. New York: Routledge, (forthcoming 2014).
  • “Preface : The Fog of Peace,” in Chip Gagnon and Keith Brown, eds., Post-Conflict Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach. New York: Routledge, (2014). 
  • “Uncertainty and Risk and the Crisis of 2008,” (with Stephen Nelson), International Organization 48, 2 (May 2014): 361-92.
  • “States and Power as Ur-Force? Domestic Traditions and Embedded Actors in World Politics,” in Martha Finnemore and Judith Goldstein, eds., Back to Basics: State Power in a Contemporary World, pp. 139-56. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
  • “Worlds in Collision: Uncertainty and Risk in Hard Times,” (with Stephen Nelson), in Miles Kahler and David Lake, eds., Politics in the New Hard Times: The Great Recession in Comparative Perspective, pp. 233-52. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2013.
  • “Lost in Translation? Non-State Actors and the Transnational Movement of Procedural Law” (with Benjamin T. Brake), International Organization, 67, 4 (October 2013): 725-57.
  • “The Movement of U.S. Criminal and Administrative Law: Processes of Transplanting and Translation,” (with Toby Goldbach and Benjamin Brake), Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 20, 1 (Winter 2013): 141-184.
  • “Reading the Right Signals and Reading the Signals Right: IPE and the Financial Crisis of 2008,” (with Stephen Nelson), Review of International Political Economy 20, 5 (December 2013): 1101-31.
  • “Peter Katzenstein,” in Piotr Dutkiewicz and Richard Sakawa, eds., Twenty Ways to Fix the World: Interviews with the World’s Foremost Thinkers, 219-44. New York: New York University Press.
  • “A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilizations,” in Beijing Forum Academic Committee, ed., Listening to Wise People: Speeches Given by Famous People at the Beijing Forum (2004-2011), pp. 159-67. Peking: Peking University Press, 2012.
  • “Uncertainty and Risk and the Crisis of 2008,” (with Stephen Nelson), International Organization (forthcoming 2014).
  • “Preface : The Fog of Peace,” in Chip Gagnon and Keith Brown, eds., Post-Conflict Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach. New York: Routledge, forthcoming 2014. 
  • “Epilogue: Power.1-4 or The Emperor’s New Clothes,” in Bruce Jentleson and Louis Pauly, eds., Power in a Complex Global System. New York: Routledge, forthcoming 2014.
  • “Karl Deutsch: Teacher and Scholar,“ International Relations 28, 3 (forthcoming 2014).
  • “States and Power as Ur-Force? Domestic Traditions and Embedded Actors in World Politics,” in Martha Finnemore and Judith Goldstein, eds., Back to Basics: State Power in a Contemporary World, pp. 139-56. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
  • “Worlds in Collision: Uncertainty and Risk in Hard Times,” (with Stephen Nelson), in Miles Kahler and David Lake, eds., Politics in the New Hard Times: The Great Recession in Comparative Perspective, pp. 233-52. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2013.
  • “Lost in Translation? Non-State Actors and the Transnational Movement of Procedural Law” (with Benjamin T. Brake), International Organization, 67, 4: 725-57.
  • “The Movement of U.S. Criminal and Administrative Law: Processes of Transplanting and Translation,” (with Toby Goldbach and Benjamin Brake), Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 20, 1 (Winter 2013): 141-184.
  • “Reading the Right Signals and Reading the Signals Right: IPE and the Financial Crisis of 2008,” (with Stephen Nelson), Review of International Political Economy 20, 5 (December 2013): 1101-31.
  • “Peter Katzenstein,” in Piotr Dutkiewicz and Richard Sakawa, eds., Twenty Ways to Fix the World: Interviews with the World’s Foremost Thinkers, 219-44. New York: New York University Press.
  • “A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilizations,” in Beijing Forum Academic Committee, ed., Listening to Wise People: Speeches Given by Famous People at the Beijing Forum (2004-2011), pp. 159-67. Peking: Peking University Press, 2012.
  • “States and Power as Ur-Force? Domestic Traditions and Embedded Actors in World Politics,” in Martha Finnemore and Judith Goldstein, eds., Back to Basics: State Power in a Contemporary World, pp. 139-56. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
  • “Worlds in Collision: Uncertainty and Risk in Hard Times,” (with Stephen Nelson), in Miles Kahler and David Lake, eds., Politics in the New Hard Times: The Great Recession in Comparative Perspective, pp. 233-52. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2013.
  • “Lost in Translation? Non-State Actors and the Transnational Movement of Procedural Law” (with Benjamin T. Brake), International Organization, 67, 4 (October 2013).
  • “The Movement of U.S. Criminal and Administrative Law: Processes of Transplanting and Translation,” (with Toby Goldbach and Benjamin Brake), Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 20, 1 (Winter 2013).
  • “China’s Rise: Rupture, Return, or Recombination”, in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Sinicization and the Rise of China: Civilizational Processes beyond East and West, pp. 1-38 (New York: Routledge, 2012).
  • “Sinicization in Comparative Perspective,” in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Sinicization and the Rise of China: Civilizational Processes beyond East and West, pp. 209-41 (New York: Routledge, 2012).
  • “The West as Anglo-America,” in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Anglo-America and Its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East, pp. 1-30 (New York: Routledge, 2012).
  • “Many Wests and Polymorphic Globalism,” in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Anglo-America and Its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East, pp. 207-47 (New York: Routledge, 2012).
  • “Karl W. Deutsch: Teacher, Scholar, Mentor, Mensch,” Czech Sociological Review 48, 6 (December 2012), 1149-51.
  • “Preface” La política sin fronteras o la ubicuidad de lo distintivo: Ensayos Escogidos de Peter J. Katzenstein,  pp. 9-12. Arturo Santa Cruz (ed.), México, D.F.: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas [CIDE], 2012. 
  • Japan and East Asia in the American Imperium,” in Takashi Shiraishi, ed., Engaging East Asian Integration: States, Markets and the Movement of People, pp. 13-45. Singapore: IDE-JETRO Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012.
  • “Mondi in Collisione: Incertezza e Rischio in Tempi Difficili,” Stato e Mercato 93 (December 2011): 369-94. (With Stephen Nelson)
  • “De-Centering, not Discarding, the ‘Isms’: Some Friendly Amendments,” International Studies Quarterly 55 (2011): 481-85.(With Rudra Sil).
  • “Civilizational States, Secularisms and Religions,” in Craig Calhoun, Mark Juergensmeyer, Jonathan Van Antwerpen, eds., Rethinking Secularism, pp. 145-65. New York: Oxford University, 2011.
  • “East Asia in World Politics: An Interview with Peter Katzenstein,” Peace Studies 18, 1 (Spring 2011): 7-24.
  • “Toward Analytic Eclecticism: The Political Economy of an Integrated Europe,” in Dag Harald Claes and Carl Henrik Knutsen, eds., Governing the Global Economy: Politics, Institutions and Economic Development, pp. 29-48. New York: Routledge, 2011. (With Rudra Sil).
  • “In the Service of State and Nation: Religion in East Asia” in Jack Snyder, ed., Religion and International Relations Theory, pp. 168-99. New York: Columbia University Press 2011. (With Il Hyun Cho).
  • “Eine Welt pluraler und pluralistischer Zivilisationen,” in Claudia Baumgart-Ochse, Niklas Schörnig, Simone Wisotzki, and Jonas Wolff, eds., Auf dem Weg zu Just Peace Governance: Beiträge zum Auftakt des neuen Forschungsprogramms der HSFK, pp. 133-55. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2011.
  • “A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilizations,” in East Asian Policy 2, 2 (April/June 2010): 34-39.
  • “A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilizations,” World Economics and Politics 363, 11:45-53.
  • “A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilizations,” The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All: Looking Beyond the Crisis to a Harmonious Future. Selected Papers of Beijing Forum 2009, pp. 29-35.Beijing: Beijing Forum.
  • Beijing Forum, Interviews with the Scholars, Vol 6, pp. 46-56. Beijing, 2009.
  • “Analytic Eclecticism: Not Perfect but Indispensable,” in Qualitative and Multi-Method Research, Fall 2010. Symposium: Beyond paradigms and Research Programs, pp.19-24. (with Rudra Sil).
  • “A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilizations: Multiple Actors, Traditions, and Practices,” in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Civilizations in World Politics: Plural and Pluralist Perspectives, pp. 1-40 (New York: Routledge, 2010).
  • “Reconfiguring Problems and Mechanisms Across Research Traditions: The Role of Analytic Eclecticism in the Study of World Politics” (with Rudra Sil) Perspectives on Politics 8,2 (June 2010): 411-31.
  • “ ‘Walls’ between ‘Those People’? Contrasting Perspectives on World Politics,” Perspectives on Politics 8,1 (2010): 11-25.
  • Task Force on U.S. Standing in World Affairs. 2009. U.S. Standing in The
  • World: Causes, Consequences, and the Future. Public report. Washington, D.C.: American Political Science Association. http://www.apsanet.org/media/PDFs/APSAUSStandingShortFinal.pdf.
  • Task Force on U.S. Standing in World Affairs 2009. U.S. Standing in The World: Causes, Consequences, and the Future. Long report. Washington, D.C.: American Political Science Association. http://www.apsanet.org/media/PDFs/APSA_TF_USStanding_Long_Report.pdf.
  • “The Politicization of European Identities,” with Jeffrey T. Checkel in Jeffrey T. Checkel and Peter J. Katzenstein, eds., European Identity, pp. 1-25. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
  • “Conclusion – European Identity in Context,” with Jeffrey T. Checkel in Jeffrey T. Checkel and Peter J. Katzenstein, eds., The Politics of European Identity, pp. 213-28. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
  • “The Rise of China in the American Imperium: Americanization and Sinicization,” World Economics and Politics (Bejing), 5 (2009): 74-80.
  • ”Mid-Atlantic: Sitting on the Knife's Sharp Edge. Review of International Political Economy. 16 (1), 122-135.
  • “Japan in the American Imperium: Rethinking Security,” Focus Japan, (October 2008), http://japanfocus.org/_Peter_J__KatzensteinJapan_in_the_American_Imperium__Rethinking_Security October 20, Newsletter No. 42. 2008.
  • “Peter Katzenstein on anti-Americanism, Analytical Eclecticism, and Regional Powers,” Theory Talks # 15, http://www.theory-talks.org/2008/08/theory-talk-15.
  • “Preface” to the Chinese translation of Between Power and Plenty: Foreign Economic Policies of Advanced Industrial States, (December 2007).
  • “Preface: Comparative and International Political Economy,” for a Chinese book series of translations of selected volumes of the Cornell series in Political Economy and other texts.
  • “The Contributions of Eclectic Theorizing to the Study and Practice of International Relations,” with Rudra Sil, in Chris Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal, eds., Oxford Handbook of International Relations, pp. 109-30 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008).
  • “Regionalism Reconsidered” Journal of East Asian Studies 7 (2007): 395-412.
  • "Introduction: The Politics of Anti-Americanisms," with Robert O. Keohane, in Peter J. Katzenstein and Robert O. Keohane, eds., Anti-Americanisms in World Politics, pp. 1-6 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2007).
  • "Varieties of Anti-Americanism: A Framework for Analysis," with Robert O. Keohane, in Peter J. Katzenstein and Robert O. Keohane, eds., Anti-Americanisms in World Politics, pp. 9-38 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2007).
  • "The Political Consequences of Anti-Americanism" with Robert O. Keohane, in Peter J. Katzenstein and Robert O. Keohane, eds., Anti-Americanisms in World Politics, pp. 273-305 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2007).
  • "Conclusion: Anti-Americanism and the Polyvalence of America," with Robert O. Keohane, in Peter J. Katzenstein and Robert O. Keohane, eds., Anti-Americanisms in World Politics, pp. 306-16 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2007).
  • "Transnational Religion in an Expanding Europe," with Timothy A. Byrnes, Perspectives on Politics 4, 4 (December 2006): 679-94.
  • “Asia in the American Imperium,” International Politics Quarterly [Guoji Zhengzhi Yanjiu], No.2: 10-21.
  • "Anti-Americanisms: Biases as Diverse as the Country Itself," Policy Review 139 (October & November 2006): 25-38 (with Robert O. Keohane).
  • "Foreword" in Takashi Inoguchi, Akihiko Tanaka, Shigeto Sonoda, and Timure Dadabaev, eds., Human Beliefs and Values in Striding Asia: East Asia in Focus: Country Profiles, Thematic Analyses, and Sourcebook Based on the AsiaBarometer Survey of 2004, pp. 3-4. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten, 2006.
  • "Immovable Object? Japan's Security Policy in East Asia," with H.R. Friman, David Leheny and Nobuo Okawara, in Peter J. Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi, eds., Beyond Japan: The Dynamics of East Asian Regionalism, pp. 85-107 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2006).
  • "East Asia - Beyond Japan," in Peter J. Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi, eds., Beyond Japan: the Dynamics of East Asian Regionalism, pp. 1-33 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2006).
  • "Multiple Modernities as Limits to Secular Europeanization?" in Timothy A. Byrnes and Peter J. Katzenstein, eds., Religion in an Expanding Europe, pp. 1-33 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006).
  • "Epilogue: Denmark and Small States," in John L. Campbell, John A. Hall, and Ove K. Pedersen, eds., National Identity and a Variety of Capitalism: The Danish Experience, pp. 431-40 (Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 2006).
  • "Transformations in World Politics: The Intellectual Contributions of Ernst B. Haas," Annual Review of Political Science Volume 8 (2005), pp. 271-96. (together with John Gerard Ruggie, Robert O. Keohane, and Philippe C. Schmitter.
  • "Conclusion: Semisovereignty in United Germany," in Simon Green and William E. Paterson, eds., Governance in Contemporary Germany: The Semisovereign State Revisited, pp. 283-306. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005).
  • "Rethinking Asian Security: A Case for Analytical Eclecticism," in J.J. Suh, Peter J. Katzenstein, and Allen Carlson, eds., Rethinking Security in East Asia: Identity, Power and Efficiency, pp. 1-33 (Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Press), with Rudra Sil.
  • "Japan and Asian-Pacific Security," in J.J. Suh, Peter J. Katzenstein, and Allen Carlson, eds., Rethinking Security in East Asia: Identity, Power and Efficiency, pp. 97-130 (Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Press), with Nobuo Okawara.
  • "Commentary: Globalization and State Power in World Politics," in Edward D. Mansfield and Richard Sisson, eds., The Evolution of Political Knowledge: Democracy, Autonomy, and Conflict in Comparative and International Politics, pp. 82-86. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press.
  • "American Primacy and Anti-Americanism in World Politics," Bridges (Spring 2004): 4-10.
  • "European Enlargement and Institutional Hypocrisy," in Tanja Boerzel and Rachel A. Cichowski, eds., The State of the Union: Law, Politics and Society, pp. 269-90 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003) (with Elena Iankova).
  • "Japan, Technology and Asian Regionalism in Comparative Perspective," in Giovanni Arrighi, Takeshi Hamashita and Mark Selden, eds., The Resurgence of East Asia: 500, 150 and 50 Year Perspectives, pp. 214-58. London: Routledge, 2003.
  • "On Parallels between the Cold War and the Post 9/11 Era: Two Perspectives," Cornell Political Forum 17, 1 (Spring-Summer 2003): 4,6.
  • "Regional States: Japan and Asia, Germany in Europe," in Kozo Yamamura and Wolfgang Streeck, eds., The End of Diversity? Prospects for German and Japanese Capitalism, pp. 89-114. (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press).
  • "Same War - Different Views: Germany, Japan and Counter-Terrorism," International Organization 57, 4 (Fall 2003): 731-60.
  • "Small States and Small States Revisited," New Political Economy 8, 1 (March 2003): 9-30.
  • "Sonderbare Sonderwege: Germany and 9/11," AICGS/German-American Dialogue Working Paper Series (December 2002).
  • "Same War, Different Views: Germany, Japan, and the War on Terrorism," Current History Vol. 101, No. 659 (December 2002): 427-35.
  • "Regionalism and Asia," in Shaun Breslin, Christopher W. Hughes, Nicola Phillips and Ben Rosamond, eds., New Regionalism in the Global Political Economy, pp. 104-18. London and New York: Routledge, 2002.
  • "Why is There No NATO in Asia? Collective Identity, Regionalism and the Origins of Multilateralism," with Christopher Hemmer, International Organization 56, 3 (Summer 2002): 575-607. Spanish translation in Arturo Santa-Cruz, ed. El constructivismo y las relaciones internacioncales, pp. 513-555 (México: CIDE, 2009).
  • "Area Studies, Regional Studies, and International Relations," Journal of East Asian Studies 2, 1 (February 2002): 127-38.
  • "September 11 in Comparative Perspective: The Antiterrorism Campaigns of Germany and Japan," Dialog-IO (Spring 2002) "Japan and Asian-Pacific Security: Analytical Eclecticism, not Parsimony," with Nobuo Okawara, International Security 26, 2 (Winter 2001/02): 153-85.
  • "Japan and Asian-Pacific Security: Regionalization, Entrenched Bilateralism and Incipient Multilateralism," with Nobuo Okawara, The Pacific Review 14, 2 (2001): 165-94.
  • "Combatting Terrorism after September 11: Lessons that Europe and Asia Can Teach Us All," Earth Times www.earthtimes.org / nov /wto combatting terror is mnove11_01.htm.
  • "Area and Regional Studies in the United States," PS: Political Science and Politics (December 2001): 789-91.
  • "Confidence, Trust, International Relations, and Lessons from Smaller Democracies," in Susan J. Pharr and Robert D. Putnam, eds., Disaffected Democracies: What's Troubling the Trilateral Countries?, pp. 121-48. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • "Frieden und Entwicklung durch 'Soft Power'," in Ulrich Menzel, ed., Vom Ewigen Frieden und vom Wohlstand der Nationen, pp. 347-61. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 2000.
  • "Regionalism and Asia," New Political Economy 5, 3 (2000): 353-68. Also published in Chinese translation in World Economics and Politics 2000/10: 75-80 (in Chinese). Republished in Shaun Breslin and Richard Higgott, eds., The International Relations of the Asia-Pacific,” (Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2010).
  • "Gezaehmte Macht: Deutschland in Europa," in Michele Knodt and Beate Kohler-Koch, eds., Deutschland zwischen Europaeisierung und Selbstbehauptung, pp. 57-84. Frankfurt and New York: Campus, 2000.
  • "Varieties of Asian Regionalisms," in Peter J. Katzenstein, Natasha Hamilton-Hart, Kozo Kato and Yue Ming, Asian Regionalism, pp. 1-34. East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2000.
  • "European Security Orders and the War in Kosovo," Arts & Sciences Newsletter (Cornell University) 21, 1 (Winter 2000): 2, 8.
  • "Ein Blick auf Deutschland von draussen," in Max Kaase and Günther Schmid, eds., Eine Lernende Demokratie: 50 Jahre Bundesrepublik, pp. 563-81 (Berlin: Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, 1999).
  • "The U.S.-Japan Relationship in a World of Open Regions," Abe News 10 (Summer 1999): 13-14.
  • "International Organization and the Study of World Politics," International Organization 52, 4 (Autumn 1998): 645-85 (together with Robert O. Keohane and Stephen D. Krasner).
  • "Preface: International Organization at its Golden Anniversary," International Organization 52,4 (Autumn 1998): xv-xviii (together with Robert Keohane and Stephen Krasner).
  • "Regionalism Compared: Japan and Asia, Germany in Europe," Journal of International Political Economy 2,1 (March 1998): 57-68.
  • "Germany and Mitteleuropa: An Introduction," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Mitteleuropa: Between Europe and Germany, pp. 1-38 (Providence, RI: Berghahn Books, 1997).
  • "United Germany in an Integrating Europe," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Tamed Power: Germany in Europe, pp. 1-48 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997).
  • "Returning to Europe: Central Europe between Internationalization and Institutionalization," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Tamed Power: Germany in Europe, pp. 195-250 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997), with Wlodek Aniol, Danes Brzica, Timothy A. Byrnes, Peter Gedeon, Hynek Jerabek, Zuzana Polackova, Ivo Samson, and Frantisek Zich.
  • "The Smaller European States, Germany and Europe," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., Tamed Power: Germany in Europe, pp. 251-304 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997).
  • "Introduction: Asian Regionalism in Comparative Perspective," in Peter J. Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi, eds., Network Power: Japan and Asia, pp. 1-46 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997).
  • "Conclusion: Regions in World Politics, Japan and Asia-Germany in Europe," in Peter J. Katzenstein and Takashi Shiraishi, eds., Network Power: Japan and Asia, pp. 341-81 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1997), coauthored with Takashi Shiraishi.
  • "The Cultural Foundations of Murakami's Polymorphic Liberalism," in Kozo Yamamura, ed., A Vision of a New Liberalism? Critical Essays on Murakami’s Anticlassical Analysis (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997), pp. 23-40.
  • "Identities, Interests and Security: American-European Security Relations," Amerikastudien/American Studies 42,1 (1997): 25-34.
  • "United Germany in an Integrating Europe," Current History vol. 96, No. 608 (March 1997): 116-23.
  • "Wirtschaftliche Integration und nationale Sicherheitspolitik in Asien," Kurt Spillmann, ed., Zeitgeschichtliche Hintergründe aktueller Konflikte VI: Vortragsreihe Sommersemester 1997, Züricher Beiträge zur Sicherheitspolitik und Konfliktforschung Heft Nr. 44 (Zurich: ETU, 1997), pp. 163-75.
  • "Introduction: Alternative Perspectives on National Security," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., The Culture of National Security, pp. 1-32.
  • "Norms, Identity, and Culture in National Security," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., The Culture of National Security, pp. 33-75 (with Ronald J. Jepperson and Alexander Wendt).
  • "Conclusion: National Security in a Changing World," in Peter J. Katzenstein, ed., The Culture of National Security, pp. 498-537.
  • "Japan's National Security: Structures, Norms and Policies," with Nobuo Okawara reprinted in Michael E. Brown, Sean M. Lynn-Jones and Steven E. Miller, eds., East Asian Security: An International Security Reader (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1996), pp. 265-99.
  • "'Bullying,' 'Buying,' and 'Binding': US-Japanese Transnational Relations and Domestic Structures," in Thomas Risse-Kappen, ed., Bringing Transnational Relations Back In: Non-State Actors, Domestic Structures and International Institutions, pp. 79-111. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • "Culture, Norms, and Japanese Security," Social Science Japan 7 (August 1996): 9-11.
  • "Regionalism in Comparative Perspective," Cooperation and Conflict 31,2 (June 1996): 123-59. Reprinted in Philippe de Lombaerde and Frederki Söderbaum, eds., Regionalism. Los Angeles: Sage Publications, 2013.
  • "CES Research Planning Group: United Germany in an Integrating Europe," European Studies Newsletter 25, 5 (March 1996): 2-4.
  • "Alternative Perspectives on National Security," Items 49,4 (December 1995): 89-93.
  • "The Role of Theory in Comparative Politics: A Symposium," World Politics 48,1 (October 1995): 10-15.
  • "Japanese Security Issues," in Craig Garby and Mary Brown Bullock, eds., Japan: A New Kind of Superpower?, pp. 53-76 (The Woodrow Wilson Center Press and The Johns Hopkins [University Press: Washington D.C. and Baltimore, 1994).
  • "CES Research Planning Group: United Germany in an Integrating Europe," European Studies Newsletter 23,5 (May, 1994): 4-6.
  • "Regions in Competition: Comparative Advantages of America, Europe, and Asia," in Helga Haftendorn and Christian Tuschhoff, eds., America and Europe in an Era of Change, pp. 105-26 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1993).
  • "A World of Regions: America, Europe and Asia," in Sophia University Institute of American and Canadian Studies, ed., Beginnings of the Soviet-German and the U.S.-Japanese Wars and 50 Years After (Sophia Symposium, 1991), pp. 63-85. (Tokyo, Sophia University, Institute for the Culture of German-Speaking Areas). Published also under the title "Shochiiki Kara Naru Sekai [World Consisting of Regions], in Akio Nakai, Kimitada Miwa, Michio Royma, eds., Dokuso-NichiBei Kaisen to Gojunengo [World War II and Fifty Years After], pp. 113-38 (Tokyo: Nansosha: 1993).
  • "Coping with Terrorism: Norms and Internal Security in Germany and Japan," in Judith Goldstein and Robert O. Keohane, eds., Ideas and Foreign Policy: Beliefs, Institutions and Political Change, pp. 265-95 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1993).
  • "Taming of Power: German Unification, 1989-1990," in Meredith Woo-Cumings and Michael Lorriaux, eds., Past as Prelude: History in the Making of a New World Order, pp. 59-82 (Boulder: Westview Press, 1993).
  • "A World of Regions: America, Europe and East Asia," Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1,1 (Fall 1993): 65-82.
  • "Japan as a Regional Power in Asia" (with Martin Rouse), in Jeffrey Frankel and Miles Kahler, eds., Regionalism and Rivarly: Japan and the United States in Pacific Asia, pp. 217-44 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993).
  • "Sho-Chiiki Kara Naru Atarashii Sekai: Ajia ni Okeru Nihon no Yakuwari" ["A World of Rewgions: Japan in Asia"] Asuteion no.24 (Spring 1992): 80-86.
  • "Japan's Security Policy: Political, Economic and Military Dimensions" (with Nobuo Okawara) NIRA Research Output 5,1 (1992), pp. 23-35.
  • "Nihon no Kokunai Anzenhosho Seisaku, 1970-80 nendai ni okeru Terrorism to Bouryokuteki Shakai Kougi Undo heno Seijiteki Taiou," Leviathan 8 (Spring 1991): 145-64.
  • "Japan's Security Policy: Political, Economic and Military Dimensions," NIRA Policy Research 4,7 (1991): 12-17.
  • "Japan's Security Policy: Political, Economic and Military Dimensions" (with Nobuo Okawara), The International Spectator 26,3 (July-September 1991): 103-18.
  • "Japan's Internal Security Policy" (with Yutaka Tsujinaka), Leviathan 8 (1991): 145-64.
  • "The New United Germany: A Tamed Power," Arts & Sciences Newsletter, Cornell University, 12,2 (Spring 1991): 2-5.
  • "Die Fesselung der deutschen Macht im internationalen System: Der Einigungsprozess 1989-90," in Bernhard Blanke and Hellmut Wollmann, eds., Die alte Bundesrepublik: KontinuitŠt und Wandel, pp. 68-80. Special issue of Leviathan 12/1991. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1991.
  • "Come cambia l'ordine internazionale: Realismo o neo-Istituzionalismo?" Stato E Mercato, 30 (December 1990): 319-41.
  • “Comparative Political Economy: Nationalization in France and Italy Thirty Years Later,” in Sidney Tarrow, Theodore Lowi and Peter J. Katzenstein, eds., Comparative Theory and Political Experience: Mario Einaudi and the Liberal Tradition, pp. 167-87. Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell University Press.
  • "Der neue Institutionalismus und internationale Regime: Amerika, Japan, und Westdeutschland in der internationalen Politik," in Hans-Herman Hartwich, ed. Macht und Ohmacht politischer Institutionen. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1989, pp. 356-69.
  • "A Decade of Change in the West German Republic" Transatlantic Perspectives (Fall 1989).
  • "Kokusai Shisutemu ni okeru Shienkoku: Nihon to Nishidoitsu" (Supporters in the International System: Japan and Germany), in Ryutaro Komiya, ed., Kokusaika Suru Kigyo to Sekaikeizai (Internationalizing Industries and the World Economy) (Tokyo: Toyo Keizia Shimposha, 1989), pp. 4-20.
  • "International Relations Theory and the Analysis of Change," in Ernst-Otto Czempiel and James N. Rosenau, eds., Global Changes and Theoretical Challenges: Approaches to World Politics for the 1990's, pp. 291-304.
  • "The Third West German Republic: Continuity and Change," Journal of International Affairs 41,2 (Summer 1988), pp. 325-344.
  • "Japan, Switzerland of the Far East?" in Takashi Inoguchi and Daniel I. Okimoto, eds., The Political Economy of Japan, pp. 275-304. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • "A GDR National Consciousness?," in Thomas A. Baylis, ed., East Germany, West Germany, and the Soviet Union: Perspectives on a Changing Relationship, Western Societies Program, Occasional Paper, No. 18, Center for International Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, 1986), pp. 42-45.
  • "Economic Management in the Federal Republic of Germany," German Studies Newsletter No. 8 (July 1986), pp. 3-10.
  • "Das Entstehen sozialer Regelungsmechanismen: Das Spezifikum der österreichischen Wirtschaftsentwicklung," in Helmut Kramer and Felix Butschek, eds., Vom Nachzugler zum Vorbild ? Österreichische Wirtschaft von 1945 bis 1985 (Stuttgart: Fischer, 1985), pp. 39-48.
  • "The State in Austria and Switzerland," in Peter Evans, Dietrich Rueschemeyer, Theda Skocpol, eds., Bringing the State Back In , pp. 227-51 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1985. , translated into Japanese, Shinichi Nagao and Nobutaka Nagaoka, translators and eds., Institutional Political Economy [Seido no Seiji Keizaigaku], pp. 123-153. Tokyo: Bokutakusha, 2000.
  • "Economic Dependence and Political Autonomy: The Small European States in the International Economy," in John Ruggie, ed., The Antinomies of Interdependence (New York: Columbia University Press, 1983), pp. 91-130. Translated under the title "I Piccoli Stati Europeinell'Economia Internazionale: Dipendenza Economica e Politiche Corporative," Rivista Trimestrale di Scienza dell' Administrazione.
  • "West Germany as Number Two: Reflections on the German Model," in Andrei Markovits, ed., The Political Economy of West Germany: Modell Deutschland, pp. 199-215 (New York: Praeger, 1982).
  • "Commentary on 'Austrian Industrial Structure and Industrial Policy,'" in Sven W. Arndt, ed., The Political Economy of Austria (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1982), pp. 150-155.
  • "Comment on 'Strategic Aspects of the Political Assignment Problem in Open Economies,'" in Raymond E. Lombra and Willard E. Witte, eds., The Political Economy of Domestic and International Monetary Relations (Ames: Iowa State Press, 1982), pp. 130-134.
  • "Political Compensation for Economic Openness: Incomes Policy and Public Spending in the Small European States," in Kurt Steiner, ed., Tradition and Innovation in Contemporary Austria (Palo Alto: Society for the Promotion of Science and Scholarship, 1982), pp. 99-108.
  • "Europe as a Number Two?" United States Senate, 96th Congress, Committee on Finance, Subcommittee on International Trade, Hearings, Part 2, December 5 and 9, 1980 (Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981), pp. 110-113.
  • "Capitalism in One Country? Switzerland in the International Economy," International Organization 34,4 (Autumn 1980), pp. 507-540.
  • "Problem or Model? West Germany in the 1980s," World Politics 23,4 (July 1980), pp. 577-598.
  • "Domestic Structures and Political Strategies: Austria in an Interdependent World," in Bruce Russett and Richard Merritt, eds., From Nation-State to Global Community: Essays in Honor of Karl W. Deutsch (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1981), pp. 252-278. A somewhat different version of this article was published under the title, "Dependence and Autonomy: Austria in an Interdependent World," ┼Ésterreichische Zeitschrift für Aussenpolitik 19,4 (1979), pp. 243-256.
  • "Introduction: Domestic and International Forces and Strategies of Foreign Economic Policy," in Between Power and Plenty, pp. 3-22.
  • "Conclusion: Domestic Structures and Strategies of Foreign Economic Policy," in Between Power and Plenty, pp. 295-336.
  • "Center-Periphery Relations in a Consociational Democracy: Austria and Kleinwalsertal," in Territorial Politics, pp. 123-169.
  • "Ethnic Political Conflict in South Tyrol," in Milton J. Esman, ed., Ethnic Conflict in the Western World (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1977) pp. 287-323. Also reprinted in slightly altered form in ┼Ésterreichische Zeitschrift fur Aussenpolitik 16, 4 (1976), pp. 221-230 and 16, 5 (1976), pp. 275-291.
  • "The Last Old Nation: Austrian National Consciousness since 1945," Comparative Politics, 9, 2 (January 1977), pp. 147-171. A shortened version was also published under the title, "Das österreichische Nationalbewusstsein," in Journal für angewandte Sozialforschung 16, 3 (1976), pp. 2-14; 18, 1 (1977), pp. 21-22.
  • "International Relations and Domestic Structures: Foreign Economic Policies of Advanced Industrial States," International Organization 30, 1 (Winter 1976), pp. 1-45.
  • "West Germany's Place in American Foreign Policy: Pivot, Anchor or Broker?" in Richard Rosecrance, ed., America as an Ordinary Country: United States Foreign Policy and the Future (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1976), pp. 110-135. A shortened version was also published under the title "Die Stellung der Bundersrepublik in der amerikanischen Aussenpolitik: Drehscheibe, Anker oder Makler?" Europa-Archiv 31, 11 (June 1976), pp. 347-356.
  • "Comparative Policy Studies at Cornell," European Studies Newsletter, 5, 3 (December 1975), pp. 10-12 co-authored with D. Ashford and T.J. Pempel.
  • "Trends and Oscillations in Austrian Integration Policy since 1955: Alternative Explanations," Journal of Common Market Studies 16, 2 (December 1975), pp. 171-197.
  • "International Interdependence: Some Long-Term Trends and Recent Changes," International Organization 29, 4 (Fall 1975), pp. 1021-1034.
  • "Hare and Tortoise: The Race Toward Integration," International Organization 25, 2, pp. 290-295.

C) Book Reviews:

  • Wolfgang Benz, Gunter Plum, Werner Roder, Einheit der Nation (Stuttgart: Frommann, 1978) in The American Historical Review 83, 3 (June 1980), p. 667.
  • John Zysman, Political Strategies for Industrial Order (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977), in American Political Science Review 72, 4 (December 1978), pp. 1504-1506.
  • Benjamin Barber, The Death of Communal Liberty (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1974), in Journal for Interdisciplinary History 7, 1 (Summer 1976), pp. 161-164.