Duncan Wigan

Title: Associate professor
Home institution: Copenhagen Business School, Department of Business and Politics

Porcelænshavn 24, 0.70, Frederiksberg, 2000

E-mail: dw.dbp@cbs.dk

SDC Research field: Public Management and Social Development
SDC teaching involvement: Programme Director, Public Management and Social Development, Social Sciences, Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research, Beijing

Course Director, Business and Global Governance, Public Management and Social Development, Social Sciences, Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research, Beijing

Overall research interests: International Political Economy

Finance

International taxation

Civil society activism

Multinational Corporations

PhD Supervision Doctoral supervisor Saila Naomi Stausholm, Copenhagen Business School (2017-)

Doctoral supervisor Rasmus Corlin Christensen, Copenhagen Business School (2017-)

Doctoral supervisor Sergui-Matei Lucaci, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (2014-)

Publications: Books and Special Issues

2018       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan (eds.) Global Wealth Chains: Managing Assets in the world Economy, contracted with Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2018       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan, Global Tax Battles: The Fight to Govern Corporate and Elite Wealth, contracted with Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2017       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan, ‘Global Wealth Chains’, Review of International Political Economy, lead article for forum on ‘Global Wealth Chains’. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2016.1268189.

2013       Strandsbjerg, Jeppe and Duncan Wigan, ‘International Political Economy of Global Finance’, Politik, Vol. 16, No. 4.

2007       Assassi, Libby Anastasia Nesvetailova and Duncan Wigan (eds), Global Finance in the New Century: Beyond Deregulation, Basingstoke: Palgrave.

2004       Assassi, Libby Kees van der Pijl, and Duncan Wigan (eds), Global Regulation: Managing Crises After the Imperial Turn, Basingstoke: Palgrave.

 

Articles

2017       Baker, Andrew and Duncan Wigan, ‘Constructing and Contesting City of London Power: NGOs and the emergence of Noisier Financial Politics’ Economy & Society, forthcoming.

2017       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan, ‘Brexit and Global Wealth Chains’, Globalizations, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2017.1330987

2017       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan, ‘Global Wealth Chains’, lead article for special section: ‘Global Wealth Chains’, Review of International Political Economy, 24(1): 1-26.

2017       Bryan, Dick, Mike Rafferty and Duncan Wigan, ‘Capital unchained: finance, intangible assets and the double life of capital in the offshore world’ for special section: ‘Global Wealth Chains’, Review of International Political Economy, 24(1):  56-86.

2016       Bryan, Dick, Mike Rafferty and Duncan Wigan ‘Politics, Time and Space in the Era of Shadow Banking’, for special issue on ‘The Shadow Banking System’ Review of International Political Economy, 23(6): 941-966. Impact factor 2.414.

2016       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan, ‘Powering Ideas through Expertise: Switchmen in Global Tax Battles’, Special Issue on ‘Ideas, Power, and Public Policy’ Journal of European Public Policy, 23(3): 357-374. Impact factor 1.91..

2016     Christensen, John, Nick Shaxson and Duncan Wigan ‘The Finance Curse: Britain and the World Economy’ British Journal of International Relations and Politics, forthcoming. DOI: 10.1177/1369148115612793, Impact factor 1.56.

2015       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan ‘How Activists use Benchmarks: Reformist and Revolutionary Benchmarks for Global Economic Justice’, Review of International Studies 41(5): 887-904. Impact factor 0.653.

2015       Gammon, Earl and Duncan Wigan, ‘Veblen, Bataille and Financial Innovation’, Theory, Culture and Society, 32(4): 105-131.  Impact factor 1.584.

2014       Palan, Ronen and Duncan Wigan, (2014) ‘Herding Cats and Taming Tax Havens: The US Strategy of ‘Not In My Backyard’ Global Policy, DOI: 10.1111/1758-5899.12135. Impact factor 1.206.

2014       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan (2014) ‘Global Wealth Chains in the International Political Economy’, Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 21(1): 257-263. Impact factor 1.929.

2013       Wigan, Duncan (2013) ‘Financial Derivatives: Fiscal Weapons of Mass Destruction?’, Politik, 16(4): 18-25.

2013       Strandsbjerg, Jeppe and Duncan Wigan, ‘International Political Economy of Global Finance’, Politik, 16(4).

2010       Wigan, Duncan (2010) ‘Credit Risk Transfer and Crunches: Global Finance Victorious or Vanquished?’ New Political Economy, 15(1): 109-125. Impact factor 1.930.

2009       Wigan, Duncan (2009) ‘Financialisation and Derivatives: Constructing an Artifice of Indifference’ Competition and Change, 13(2): 159-174.

 

Chapters

2017       Palan. Ronen and Duncan Wigan, ‘The economy of deferral and displacement:

finance, shadow banking and fiscal arbitrage’ in Anastasia Nesvetailova (ed.) ‘Shadow Banking: Scope, Origins and Theories’ Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

2017       Seabrooke, Leonard and Duncan Wigan, ‘Tax Avoidance and Global Wealth Chains’     in Epifantseva, Yuliya and Nigar Hashimzade (eds) Routledge Companion to Tax Avoidance Research, Abingdon and New York: Routledge.

2017       Bryan, Dick, Mike Rafferty and Duncan Wigan, ‘The Map and the Compass – Exploring Capital’s New Financialised Spatialities’ in Ron Martin and Jane Pollard (eds.)  Handbook of the Geographies of Money Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

2017       Baden, Adam and Duncan Wigan ‘Professional Activists on Tax Transparency’, in Seabrooke, Leonard and Lasse Folke Henriksen (eds.) Professional Networks in Transnational Governance, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2017       Bryan, Dick, Mike Rafferty and Duncan Wigan, ‘Value Unchained’ in Leyshon, Andrew and Brett Christophers (eds.) Money and finance after the crisis: critical thinking for uncertain times, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.

2015       Rocha, Robson and Duncan Wigan, ‘Private Equity in Denmark: Institutional  Disruption, Domestication and Diffusion’ in Hoffman, Paul and Linneberg, Mai (eds.) Transformations in the Danish Business System, Copenhagen:  DJØF publishing.

2014       Wigan, Duncan, ‘Offshore Financial Centres’ in Daniel Mügge (ed.) Europe in Global Finance, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2012       Gammon, Earl and Duncan Wigan, ‘Libidinal Political economy: A psycho-social analysis of financial violence’ in Ronen Palan (ed.) Global Political Economy: Contemporary Theories, 2nd edition, Abingdon and New York: Routledge.