Adam Tooze is the Shelby Cullom Davis chair of History and Director of the European Institute at Columbia University in New York City.
His research interests are based around how power operates in modern history. He is the author of several books including Statistics and the German State: the Making of Modern Economic Knowledge for which he was awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize for Modern History in 2002. His book The Wages of Destruction was one of the winners of the 2006 Wolfson History Prize. Most recently he published Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World’s Economy. His work has been translated into eleven languages and he is a regular contributor to the Financial Times, the Guardian, the New York Times, and Spiegel among many others.
Mr. Tooze has previously held academic posts at the University of Cambridge, where he taught from 1996 to 2009, as well as at Yale University as the Director International Security Studies, and at West Point. He is a graduate of King’s College Cambridge and he holds a PhD from the London School of Economics.
The storytelling of industrial policy in Europe and the United States
There’s a sense that we’re at a turning point in the energy transition: we are now in a position to launch it in earnest and we are collectively trying to make sense of what this means. One of the places that we go to when we are trying to make sense of a situation, a … Continuedlire l'article
Can the EU Lead the Fight Against Climate Change?
Adam Tooze — In light of the important compromises reached last December on Europe’s new goal to reduce carbon gas emissions by 55% by 2030, I would first like to ask Enrico and Laurence how they view the development of Europe’s climate policy since the inauguration of the Green Deal. Enrico Letta — Last spring … Continuedlire l'article
China’s Ecological Power: Analysis, Critiques, and Perspectives
European foreign policy in times of Covid-19
A Conversation with High Representative for the EU Josep Borrell, Kishore Mahbubani, Adam Tooze, Nicoletta Pirozzi, Monika Sie Dhian Ho and Sven Biscop.lire l'article
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On September 30th, the GEG Weekly Seminar will discuss the European Green Deal and its implications for the world.
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On April 29nd, the GEG Weekly Seminar will discuss Josep Borrell's book European Foreign policy in times of Covid-19. For this exceptional session, Groupe d'études géopolitiques has organised...