Cedric Dupont

Professor, Political Science, Graduate Institute, Geneva

Global Political Economy

Professional Bio: 

Cédric Dupont is Professor of Political Science and Director of Executive Education at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. He is a specialist of international political economy with a focus on trade and monetary integration processes and related governance issues. His ongoing research projects focus on the one hand on the institutional design of pan-regional integration groupings (such as APEC and FTAA), and on the other on the working of the WTO as a political system, on developing countries and global economic governance and on selected features of EU and US trade policy. He will begin new projects on firms’ attitudes and strategies toward national and international trade policy making in collaboration with economists and lawyers. He has published widely on institutional design, international bargaining, regional integration as well as on Swiss external relations, in particular regarding EU-Swiss relations. Cédric Dupont has been a consultant to Nestle, the WTO, the Swiss government, the Swiss Parliament and has developed extensive ties with IOs, NGOs, national missions to the UN and WTO based in Geneva. Cédric Dupont teaches in Thunderbird’s Executive MBA-Europe program.