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Leonard Seabrooke

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Leonard Seabrooke (born 1974) is an Australian academic and a professor in International Political Economy and Economic sociology at the Copenhagen Business School, and Research Professor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. Career Seabrooke's research primarily concerns the role of professionals and experts in treating social and economic problems, the politics of access to credit, tax, and property within economies and the role of 'Global Wealth Chains' in the international political economy. He worked on the social sources of how states generate international financial capacity, how everyday politics has an influence on the world economy, how international organizations create policy scripts, and the connection between welfare systems, housing, fertility, and international finance. Seabrooke has published articles in highly ranked international peer review journals in the fields of International Political Economy and Economic and Organizational Sociolog
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