IPE Governance and Leadership

Past IPE Section Chairs and Section Program Chairs

Year Section Chair Section Program Chair
2000-2001 Rénee Elizabeth Marlin-Bennett, American University Phil Cerny, University of Manchester
2001-2002 Phil Cerny, University of Manchester Peter Dombrowski, Naval War College
2002-2003 Peter Dombrowski, Naval War College Virginia Haufler, University of Maryland
2003-2004 Virginia Haufler, University of Maryland Barry Gills, Newcastle University
2004-2005 Claire Cutler, University of Victoria Teivo Tevainen, National University of San Marcos
2005-2006 Teivo Tevainen, National University of San Marcos Randolph Persaud, American University
2006-2007 Barry Gills, Newcastle University Ruth Reitan, University of Miami
2007-2008 Ruth Reitan, University of Miami Hasmet Uluorta, University of Miami
2008-2009 Hasmet Uluorta, University of Miami Jeffrey Hart, Indiana University
2009-2010 Jeffrey Hart, Indiana University Thomas Oatley, University of North Carolina
2010-2011 Thomas Oatley, University of North Carolina Aseem Prakash, University of Washington
2011-2012 Aseem Prakash, University of Washington J. P. Singh, George Mason University
2012-2013 J. P. Singh, George Mason University Susan K. Sell, George Washington University
2013-2014 Susan K. Sell, George Washington University Wesley W. Widmaier, Griffith University
2014-2015 Wesley W. Widmaier, Griffith University Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business School
2015-2016 Eleni Tsingou, Copenhagen Business School André Broome, University of Warwick
2016-2017 André Broome, University of Warwick Kathryn C. Lavelle, Case Western Reserve University
2017-2018 Kathryn C. Lavelle, Case Western Reserve University Juliet E. Johnson, McGill University
2018-2019 Juliet E. Johnson, McGill University Manuela Moschella, Scuola Normale Superiore and Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

IPE Charter

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IPE Charter

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