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Daniel Haberly
Lecturer In Human Geography (Geography)
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My areas of research interest lie broadly in the area of economic geography, with an emphasis on the relationships between states and financial globalization.  On the one hand, I examine how traditional forms of territorial economic sovereignty have been undermined through deepening global financial market integration, particularly as mediated through networks of offshore financial centers.  On the other, I examine the evolving strategies through which states have sought to transcend territorial limits to economic intervention, such as the deployment of sovereign wealth funds.  I have a particular interest in the strategies through which states in the developing world have sought to adapt traditional industrial policy tools to the constraints and opportunities associated with financial globalization.