Mary Anne Madeira

Assistant Professor
MG 216
University of Washington, PhD
University of Washington, MA
University of Edinburgh, MSc
Johns Hopkins University, BA

Interests : 

Global Political Economy
Politics of International Trade
Regional Integration
European Politics
Gender & International Relations

Publications : 

Caporaso, James A. and Mary Anne Madeira. 2011. Globalization, Institutions and Governance. London: SAGE.

Refereed Articles:
Madeira, Mary Anne. May 2018. “The Politics of TTIP in the US: American Industry, Labor and Public Positions on Transatlantic Trade.” Asia-Pacific Journal of EU Studies.

Madeira, Mary Anne. 2016. “New Trade, New Politics: Intra-Industry Trade and Domestic Political Coalitions.” Review of International Political Economy 23(4): 677-711.

Madeira, Mary Anne. 2014. “Regionalization and National Social Policies.” Research and Politics 1(3): 1-9.

Refereed Book Contributions:
Madeira, Mary Anne. 2018. “The Politics of International Trade.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Madeira, Mary Anne. 2014. “The new politics of the new trade: The political economy of intraindustry trade.” In Deese, David A. (ed.). Handbook of the International Political Economy of Trade. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Madeira, Mary Anne and James A. Caporaso. 2011. “Regional Integration (Supranational).” International Encyclopedia of Political Science. London: SAGE.

Other Publications:
Madeira, Mary Anne. 2018. “Review: Intra-Industry Trade: Cooperation and Conflict in the Global Political Economy by Cameron Thies and Timothy M. Peterson.” Perspectives on Politics.

Opinion Editorials:
Madeira, Mary Anne. “Our Last Trade War Was a Global Disaster. This Time Won’t Be Any Different.” Fortune Magazine, March 6, 2018.

Madeira, Mary Anne. “Under Trump’s Plan, Mexico Won’t End Up Paying for the Wall. You Will.” Washington Post (Monkey Cage), February 10, 2017.

Media Requests:
Quoted in Agam Shah, “The Impact of Tariffs on Manufacturing and Engineering.” Mechanical Engineering Magazine. August 2018.

Interview with Liu Xin on China Global Television Network. July 10, 2018.

Quoted in Stuart Thompson, “The good, the bad and the ugly: here’s what could happen in Trump’s trade war escalates.” National Post of Canada. June 13, 2018.

Interview with Karina Huber on China Global Television Network. “Mary Anne Madeira discusses the possible growing trade conflicts between China and the US.” April 11, 2018.

In Progress:
Book manuscript. Commerce, Coalitions and the Rise of the Firm: the new politics of the new trade. 

“Power and Regionalization in South America.” Chapter for Power and Regionalism book edited by James Caporaso and Min-Hyung Kim.

“Multinational Production and Female Labor Force Participation.” Coauthored with Jennifer Noveck.