Scott Cooper, Associate Professor

Department: Political Science


Office: 762 KMBL

Phone: 801-422-4053

Recent Publications

  • Cooper, S. (2014). Currency Unions in the Developing World. In Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff (Ed.), Handbook of the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations (pp. 224-240). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Cooper, S., Hawkins, D., Jacoby, W., & Nielson, D. (2008). Yielding Sovereignty to International Institutions: Bringing System Structure Back In. International Studies Review, 10, 501-524.
  • Cooper, S. (2008). Monetary Blocs on the Periphery. Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 46(1), 29-53.
  • Cooper, S. (2007). Why Doesn't Regional Monetary Cooperation Follow Trade Cooperation?. Review of International Political Economy, 14(4), 626-52.
  • Cooper, S. (2004). State-Centric Balance-of-Threat Theory: Explaining the Misunderstood Gulf Cooperation Council. Security Studies, 13(2), 306-349.
  • Cooper, S., & Taylor, B. (2003). Power and Regionalism: Explaining Regional Cooperation in the Persian Gulf. In Finn Laursen (Ed.), Comparative Regional Integration: Theoretical Perspectives (pp. 105-124). Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Cooper, S., & Asay, C. (2003). East African Monetary Union: The Domestic Politics of Institutional Survival or Dissolution. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 2(2), 131-160.