Duke University Political Science

    Robert Keohane
  • Robert Keohane

  • James B Duke Professor
  • 504 Perkins Lib
  • Phone: +1 919 660 4322, +1 919 660 4328
  • Fax: +1 919 419 0289
  • Specialties

    • International Relations
  • Research Summary

    Political Economy, Interstate, and Domestic Sources
  • Research Description

    James B. Duke Professor of Political Science, has taught at Swarthmore College, Stanford University, Brandeis University, and Harvard University where he was Stanfield Professor of International Peace. He is the author of After Hegemony: Cooperation and Discord in the World Political Economy (Princeton University Press, 1984), for which he was awarded the second annual Grawemeyer Award in 1989 for Ideas Improving World Order. He is the author of International Institutions and State Power: Essays in International Relations Theory (Westview, 1989), co-author (with Joseph S. Nye, Jr.) of Power and Interdependence: World Politics in Transition (Little, Brown, 1977, third edition, Addison-Wesley, 2001), and co-author (with Gary King and Sidney Verba) of Designing Social Inquiry: Scientific Inference in Qualitative Research (Princeton, 1994). He is editor or co-editor of, and contributor to, eleven other books. Between 1974 and 1980 he was editor of the journal, International Organization. He was president of the International Studies Association, 1988-89, and of the American Political Science Association, 1999-2000. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has held a Guggenheim Fellowship and fellowships at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and the National Humanities Center.
  • Education

      • PhD,
      • Harvard University,
      • 1966
      • M.A.,
      • Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts,
      • 1964
      • B.A. "with great distinction" (equivalent to summa),
      • Shimer College, Mount Carrol, Illinois,
      • 1961
  • Recent Publications

      • R. Keohane.
      • "“The Concept of Accountability in World Politics and the Use of Force”."
      • Michigan Journal of International Law
      • 24
      • .4
      • (2003)
      • :
      • 1121-41.
      • R. Keohane.
      • "“Global Governance and Democratic Accountability.” David Held and Mathias Koenig-Archibugi, eds.,."
      • Taming Globalization: Frontiers of Governance.
      • Ed. David Held and Mathias Koenig-Archibugi.
      • London: Polity Press.,
      • 2003.
      • (pp. 130-159.)
      • with
      • Joseph S. Nye, Jr..
      • ""Redefining Accountability for Global G"overnance"."
      • Governance in a Global Economy: Political Authority in Transition.
      • Ed. Miles Kahler and David A. Lake.
      • Princeton University Press,
      • 2003.
      • (pp. 386-411.)
      • Humanitarian Intervention: Ethical, Legal and Political Dilemmas.
      • Cambridge,
      • 2003.
      • R. Keohane and Lisa L. Martin.
      • ""Institutional Theory as Research Program"."
      • Progress in International Relations Theory.
      • Ed. Colin and Miriam Elman.
      • MIT Press,
      • 2003.
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  • PhD Students

    • Vinod Aggarwal
      • no date
      • Status: Graduated
      • (University of California, Berkeley)
    • Jonathan Aronson
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      • Status: Graduated
      • (University of Southern California)
    • Liliana Botcheva
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      • Status: Graduated
      • (Columbia University)
    • Elizabeth DeSombre
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      • Status: Graduated
      • (Wellesley College)
    • Page Fortna
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Columbia University
    • Michael Gilligan
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      • Status: Graduated
      • New York University
    • Ben Hunt
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Southern Methodist University
    • Terry L. Karl
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Stanford University
    • James Keeley
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of Calgary
    • Lisa L. Martin
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Harvard University
    • Timothy McKeown
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    • Helen V. Milner
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Columbia University
    • Ronald Mitchell
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of Oregon
    • Andrew Moravcsik
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Harvard University
    • John Owen
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of Virginia
    • Daniel Philpott
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Notre Dame University
    • Carolyn Rhodes
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Utah State University
    • Christina Sevilla
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Department of State
    • Beth Simmons
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of California, Berkeley
    • Kiron Skinner
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Carnegie-Mellon University
    • Randall Stone
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of Rochester
    • Judith A. Tickner
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of Southern California
    • Mauritz Van Der Veen
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      • Status: Graduated
      • University of Pennsylvania
    • David Yoffie
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      • Status: Graduated
      • Harvard University Business School
    • Ming Wan
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      • Status: Graduated
      • George Mason University
    • Fareed Zakaria
      • Status: Graduated
      • columnist, Newsweek Magazine
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