School of International Service
- Professor Henning specializes in the politics and institutions of international economic relations, international and comparative political economy, economic policymaking and regional integration. He has focused specifically on international monetary policy, European monetary integration, macroeconomic policy coordination, G20 summits and East Asian regionalism. Currently, he is conducting a project on the relationship between regionalism and multilateralism and political economy of the euro crisis.
DegreesPhD, Tufts University; BA, Stanford University
- SIS - School of International Service
- SIS - 317
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Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Honors, Awards, and Fellowships
- Visiting Fellow, Institute for International Economics
- Fellowship Selection Committee, German Marshall Fund of the United States
- European Community Studies Association Distinguished Scholar, 1999
- Faculty President, School of International Service, 2004-2005
- Member, American Political Science Organization
- Member, International Studies Association
- Member, European Union Studies Association
- Member, American Economic Association
- "U.S. Interests and the International Monetary Fund," Peterson Institute Policy Brief, June 2009.
- "Congress Should Support the IMF," Peterson Institute Perspectives, May 2009.
- "The Future of the Chiang Mai Initiative: An Asian Monetary Fund?" Peterson Institute Policy Brief, February 2009.
- Accountability and Oversight of US Exchange Rate Policy, Peterson Institute Press, 2008.
- East Asian Financial Cooperation, 2002.
- Transatlantic Perspectives on the Euro, 2000.
- The Exchange Stabilization Fund: Slush Money or War Chest, 1999.
- Cooperating with Europe's Monetary Union, 1997.
- Currencies and Politics in the United States, Germany, and Japan, 1994
- Global Economic Leadership and the Group of Seven, 1996 (coauthor)