CURRICULUM VITAE: Clement Moore Henry ------------------------------------------------------------------------ *Address: chenry@mail.utexas.edu and picture * * * *Department of Government * *University of Texas at Austin * *Austin, TX 78712-1087 * *Previous employment:* * Assistant Professor of Political Science, UC Berkeley, 1963-69. * Associate Professor, American University of Cairo, 1969-73. * Associate Professor, University of Michigan, 1973-80. * Visiting Professor and Director, Graduate School of Business and Management, American University of Beirut, 1981-84. * Visiting Professor of Political Science and Management, UCLA, 1984-86. * Elie Halévy Visiting Professor, Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, 1986-87. * Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin, 1987- *Areas of specialization:* * Comparative politics: Middle East and North Africa. * Political Economy: Financial systems and business elites. *Education:* * Harvard College, B. A. _summa cum laude_, Philosophy and Government, l957. * Harvard University, Ph.D., Political Science, 1963. * University of Michigan, M.B.A., Finance concentration, 1981. *Current research:* Memoirs of retired Algerian leaders. The impact of political regimes upon economic policy making and development in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Dilemmas of financial liberalization and transparency. Applications of financial power to the Middle East peace process. Theoretical implications of financial globalization for comparative politics. Political implications of the development of Islamic finance and banking in various MENA countries. *Research experience:* * Area Fellowship, Ford Foundation, Tunisia, 1960-62. * Rockefeller lecturer, Morocco and Algeria, 1965-66. * Fellow, American Research Center in Egypt, 1971-73, summer 1977. * Visiting Fellow, St. Anthony's College, Oxford, summer 1974. * Research professor, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, Paris, summer 1976. * Fulbright Professor, University of Algiers, 1976-77. * Fellow of American Institute for Maghrebi Studies, 1987, 1988, 1998, 2003, 2007 (Algeria). * Fulbright Research Professor, Cairo and Maghreb, winters of 1991-2, 1992-3. * Visiting Research Scholar, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia, summer 1999. * Research Grant, United States Institute of Peace, 2008-09. *Other academic activities: * * Graduate Assembly, University of Texas at Austin, 2006-08 * Editorial Board, Review of Middle East Economics and Finance, 2007- * Advisory Board, /L'Annee du Maghreb/, 2004-/ / * Fellow, Center for Instructional Technology, University of Texas at Austin, 1998-99 * Executive Committee. Dept. of Government, UT, 1998-99, 2000-02 * Executive Committee, Middle East Center, UT, 1993-97 * Board member, American Institute of Maghreb Studies, 1987-90 * Director, Middle East Studies Association, 1975-78. * Program Chairman, MESA annual conferences, 1978 and 1990. * Editorial Board, International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 1975-80. * Phi Beta Kappa Society. *Publications (under the name of Clement Henry Moore until 1995)* *Books: * * _Globalization and the politics of development in the Middle East_, Cambridge University Press, 2001, 2nd edition 2010, with Robert Springborg * _The Politics of Islamic Finance_, co-edited with Rodney Wilson, Edinburgh University Press, 2004. * _The Mediterranean Debt Crescent: A Comparative Study of Money and Power in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey_(University Press of Florida, 1996) * _Oil in the New World Order_(University Press of Florida, 1995), coedited with Kate Gillespie. * _Maghreb et Maîtrise Technologique: Enjeux et Perspectives_(Tunis: Centre d'Etudes, de Recherches et de Publications and Centre d'Etudes Maghrébines à Tunis, 1994), editor. * _Tunisia since Independence: the Dynamics of One-Party Government_(Univ. of California Press, 1965; Greenwood, 1982). * _Images of Development: Egyptian Engineers in Search of Industry_(MIT Press, 1980). 2nd edition with epilogue: Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 1994) * _Politics in North Africa: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia_(Little, Brown, 1970). * _Authoritarian Politics in Modern Society: the Dynamics of Established One-Party Systems_(Basic Books, 1970), co-edited with Samuel P. Huntington. * _Africa: the Primacy of Politics_(Random House, 1966), co-authored with Herbert J.Spiro et al. * _Tunisia: the Politics of Modernization_(Praeger, 1964), co-authored with C.A.Micaud and L.C.Brown. * * *Articles (not including book reviews): * * "The National Party: A Tentative Model," _Public Policy_X (1960):239-67. * "The Neo-Destour Party of Tunisia: A Structure for Democracy?" _World Politics _XIV (1962):461-82. * "'Bourguibism' in Tunisia," _Current History_, January 1963, 34-40. * "Politics in a Tunisian Village," _Middle East Journal_, 1963, 527-40. * "One-Partyism in Mauritania,"J_ournal of Modern African Studies_III:8(1965):409-30. * "Political Parties in Independent North Africa," in L. Carl Brown, ed., _State and Society in Independent North Africa_(Wash.,D.C., 1966). * "La Tunisie après Bourguiba?" _Revue française de science politique_XVII:4(1967):645-67. * "Student Unions in North African Politics," _Daedalus_, Winter 1968, 21-50. * "The Single Party as Source of Legitimacy," in _Authoritarian Politics _(see above). * "Tunisia: the Prospects for Institutionalization," _ibid. _ * "On Theory and Practice Among Arabs," _World Politics _XXIV (1971):106-26. * "Raisons de la faillite du parti unique dans les pays arabes," _Revue de l'Occident Musulman et de la Méditerranée_, nos.15-16 (1973):241-52. * "Authoritarian Politics in Unincorporated Society: The Case of Nasser's Egypt," _Comparative Politics _VI no.2 (January 1974), 193-218. * "The Berber Myth and Arab Realities," _Government and Opposition_IX, no.3 (1974), 384-94. * "Old and New Elites in North Africa: the French Colonial Impact in Comparative Perspective," in _Les influences occidentales dans les villes maghrébines à l'époque contemporaine_(Aix-en-Provence: CRESM, 1974), pp. 17-38. * "Les syndicats professionnels dans l'Egypte contemporaine: l'encadrement de la nouvelle classe moyenne," _Maghreb-Machrek_no.64 (1974), 24-43, in English: _American Journal of Arab Studies _III (1975), 60-82. * "La nouvelle technocratie égyptienne," _Maghreb-Machrek_73 (1976), 41-52. * "Petroleum and Political Development in the Maghreb," in N.A. Sherbiny and M.A. Tessler, eds., _Arab Oil_(Praeger 1976), pp. 112-29. * "Clientelist Ideology and Political Change: Fictitious Networks in Egypt and Tunisia," in E. Gellner and J. Waterbury, eds., _Patrons and Clients in Mediterranean Societies_(London 1977), pp. 255-74. * "The Class Origins of Egyptian Engineer-Technocrats," in C.A.O. van Nieuwenhuijze, ed., _Commoners, Climbers, and Notables_(Leiden: Brill, 1977), with H.A. Akeel. * "Le système bancaire libanais: les substituts financiers d'un ordre politique," _Maghreb-Machrek_no.99 (1983):30-46. * "The Maghrib," in Michael Crowder, ed., _The Cambridge History of Africa_VIII (Cambridge, 1984), pp. 566-610. * Assessing and Managing Political Risks in Lebanon, in T.L. Brewer, ed., _Political Risks in International Business_(Praeger, 1985), pp. 15-30. * "Toward the Lebanization of the Middle East?" _Journal of Arab Affairs_4:2 (Fall 1985), 1-16. * "Money and Power: The Dilemma of the Egyptian Infitah," _The Middle East Journal_, 40:4 (Autumn 1986), 634-650. * "The Northeast Triangle: Egypt, Libya, Sudan," _The Annals_489: 29-39 (January 1987). * "Prisoners' Financial Dilemmas: A Consociational Future for Lebanon?" _American Political Science Review <1987APSR/0.pdf>_, 81:201-218 (March, 1987). * "Tunisie: fin de règne ou nouveau départ?," _Arabies_(Paris), 9 (Sept. 1987): 44-49. * "La Tunisie après vingt ans de crise de succession," _Maghreb-Machrek_(Paris: La documention française), 120 (April-June, 1988): 5-22 (also published in English in _Third World Quarterly_, winter 1988). * "Des intermédiaires financiers pour l'intégration arabe?" _Etudes Internationales_(Tunis), 26 (April 1988): 75-92. reprinted in Sadok Belaid and I. William Zartman, eds., _L'expériuence d'intégration régionale dans les pays du tiers-monde_, Tunis: C.E.R.P. and CEMAT, 1993. * "Islamic Banking: Financial and Political Intermediation in Arab Countries," _Orient_29:1, pp. 45-57 (Hamburg, March 1988), reprinted in French in Gilbert Beaugé, ed., _Les Capitaux de l'Islam_(Paris: CNRS, 1990), pp. 135-154. * Les enjeux politiques des réformes bancaires au Maghreb, in Habib El Malki and Jean-Claude Santucci, eds., _Etat et développement dans le monde arabe_(Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1990), pp. 247-265. * "Islamic Banks and Competitive Politics in the Arab World and Turkey," _Middle East Journal_, 44:2 (spring 1990), pp. 234-255. * Tunisian Banking: Policies of Adjustment and the Adjustment of Politics, for I. W. Zartman, ed., _Tunisia: The Political Economy of Reform_(Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1991), pp. 67-97. * L'articulation de la société civile: les systèmes bancaires, paper presented to CEMAT Conference, Tangier, 1-3 June 1988, for R. Bourquia and N. Hopkins, eds., _Le Maghreb: Approches des mécanismes d'articulation_(Casablanca: Al Kalam, 1991), pp. 223-245. * "Transparence de l'Information et Compétition Bancaire," in _L'Information Economique_Actes du Symposium International sur l'Information Economique, Casablanca, 22-23 janvier 1990 (Casablanca: Editions Banque Populaire, 1991), pp. 293-307. * "Democratic Passions and Economic Interests," _American-Arab Affairs_, 36 (spring 1991), pp. 10-12. * "Ras al-Mal al Mali w'al Taghama al-malia fi al-Sharq al-Awsat wa Shmal Ifriqiya" [Finance Capital and Financial Oligarchy in the Middle East and North Africa], _Jadal_(Damascus: IBAL Publishers), no 1 (1991), pp. 216-238. * Introduction to Ali El-Kenz, _Algerian Reflections on Arab Crises_(Austin: Center for Middle Eastern Studies, 1991), pp. 1-7. * L'ouverture turque aux capitaux de l'Islam, in Elizabeth Picard, ed., _La nouvelle dynamique au Moyen-Orient, L'Orient arabe et la Turquie au tournant des années 1990_, Paris: Harmattan, 1993. * Political Parties in North Africa, in I.W. Zartman and W.M. Habeeb, eds, _Polity and Society in Contemporary North Africa_, (Boulder: Westview, 1993), pp.42-67. * Pre-Election technical Assessment: Tunisia, co-authored with Jeff Fischer. Typescript . Washington: International Foundation for Electoral Systems, 1994. * "USAID and Democracy: At Sea or off to Cyberspace?" _Middle East Policy_, 55 (January 1997), pp.178-189 . * Crises of Money and Power: Transitions to Democracy? in John Entelis, ed., _Islam, Democracy, and the State in North Africa_(Indiana University Press, 1997), pp. 177-204. * Teaching International Studies by Internet, _Discovery_(University of Texas at Austin) 14:4 (1997), pp. 55-57. * Influencing Public Policy: Banking and the Political Economy of Collective Action, in Mark Tessler ed., _Area Studies and Social Science: Foundations for Understanding Middle East Politics_, Indiana University Press, 1999. * Challenges of Global Capital Markets to Information-Shy Regimes, UAE: Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research, 1998. * Post-colonial Dialectics of Civil Society, in Yahia Zoubir, _North Africa in Transition: State, Society, and Economic Transformation in the 1990s_, University Press of Florida, 1999. * Guest editor, special double issue on Islamic banking and finance, _Thunderbird International Review of Business_(NY: Wiley) 41:4-5 (July 1999) * Guest editor's introduction, _ibid_., pp. 357-368. * "Islamic Finance in the Dialectics of Globalisation : Potential Variations on the 'Washington Consensus,'" _Journal of Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies_5: 2 (1999), 25-37. * Banking reform, political reform, and development in the MENA and SSA, 1980-2000, Working Paper, CIDE, Mexico City, July 2001, with Catherine Boone * Introduction to the Islamic Economics Section, Fourth Forum Proceedings (October 2000), Harvard Islamic Finance Information Program, 2002. * Security's Rhetoric , Northwestern Journal of International Affairs IV (Winter 2002), pp. 27-31 * * *Tensions Between Development and Globalization in the Middle East , Harvard Review of International Affairs (Special issue on Development and Modernization, 2003) * * *"The Clash of Globalizations in the Middle East ," Review of Middle East Economics and Finance (Routledge Taylor and Francis Group), 1:1(2003), 3-15. * Introduction and Conclusion, with Rodney Wilson, in The Politics of Islamic Finance, co-edited with Rodney Wilson, Edinburgh University Press, 2004, pp. 1-14 (earlier draft) , 286-295 (earlier draft) . * Financial Performances of Islamic versus Conventional Banks, in The Politics of Islamic Finance , co-edited with Rodney Wilson, Edinburgh University Press, 2004, pp. 104-128. * De Bourguiba à Ben Ali: modernization et dictature éducative, in Michel Camau and Vincent Geisser, Habib Bourguiba: La trace et l'héritage, Paris: Editions Karthala, 2004, pp. 193-208 * "Algeria's Agonies : Oil Rent Effects in a Bunker State," /Journal of North African Studies/, 9:2 (summer 2004), pp. 68-81 * The Clash of Globalizations in the Middle East , in Louise Faucett, ed., /The International Relations of the Middle East/, Oxford University Press, 2005, pp.105-130 , 2nd ed., 2009, pp. 104-128 . * The United States and Iraq: American Bull in a Middle East China Shop , chapter for Betty Glad and Chris J. Dolan, eds., /Striking First/, Palgrave, 2004, pp. 65-73. * Transparency and Accountability in the Arab Region: A Political Economy Perspective, paper prepared for UNDP/OECD Initiative on Good Governance for Development (G/f/D) in the Arab Countries, Dead Sea, Jordan, Feb 6-7, 2005, Online: http://www.arabgov-initiative.org/english/publications/transparency/transparency-arab-e.pdf (Retrieved March 24, 2005) * Co-author Catherine Boone, ?Neoliberalism in the Middle East and Africa: Divergent Banking Reform Trajectories, 1980s to 2000,? /Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, /42: 3 (November 2004) 356-392. (earlier draft version ). * Banking, in Philip Matar, ed., /The Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North Africa/, Farmington Hills, MI: Thomson Gale, 2004, pp. 389-394. * "North Africa?s Desperate Regimes ,? (review article) /Middle East Journal/59: 4 (summer 2005), 475-584 * Introduction , S. Nazim Ali, ed., /Islamic Finance: Current Legal and Regulatory Issues /(Harvard Law School, 2005), 1-12. * Islamic Finance: Global Identity Problems and Prospects, in Legal and Regulatory Environments for Islamic Finance, London Middle East Institute, School of Oriental and African Studies (May 2006), pp. 20-25. * Contributor to /Oil and Democracy in Iraq/, ed. Robert Springborg, SOAS Middle East Series, London: Saqi, 2007. * Tunisia's "Sweet Little Rogue" Regime <12-7567-6%20CH%2012.pdf>, in Robert Rotberg, ed., Worst of the Worst: Dealing with Repressive and Rogue Nations, Brookings Institution Press, 2007, pp. 300-323. * Reverberations in the Maghrib of the "Global War on Terror," in Yahia Zoubir and Haizam Fernandez eds., /North Africa: Politics, Region and the Limits of Transformation/, Routledge, 2008, pp. 294-310. * "The Dialectics of Political Islam in North Africa <07mep-j.1475-4967.2007.00326.pdf>," /Middle East Policy/, 14: 4 (Winter 2007), pp. 84-98. * Population, urbanisation and the dialectics of globalisation, chapter 3 for Robert Hefner, ed., /Cambridge History of Islam/, vol. 6, available December 2010 * Toward an Islamic Model: Moralizing Governance and Economic Development? in Robert Springborg, ed., /Development Models in Muslim Contexts <../pmena/2009/Springborg%20jkt%203Aug09.pdf>: Chinese, 'Islamic' and Neo-Liberal Alternatives/, Edinburgh University Press, 2009, pp. 115-137. * Between the Shocks: 'White Elephant' Industrialization in Algeria , /Viewpoints/: The 1979 "Oil Shock:" Legacy, Lessons, and Lasting Reverberations , Washington DC: The Middle East Institute, summer 2009, 49-52. * The Political Economies of the Maghrib , in David S. Sorenson, ed., /Interpreting the Middle East/, Westview 2010, pp. 185-213. Other recent papers: * Development Strategies in North Africa, for Economic Development Strategies and Averting Group Violence project codirected by William Ascher, Claremont McKenna College, & Natalia Mirovitskaya, Duke University. * The Vanishing Intermediaries of "Authoritarian" Regimes: Legacies of Algerian Student Revolutionaries, chapter for Noureddine Jebnoun, ed., Durability of Authoritarian Regimes and the Challenges of Islamist Movements in the Middle East - from a conference held in Oct 2009 at the University of Montana. * Introduction: A la recherche de l'art d'association en Algérie, for Projet de livre : /Combat et Solidarité : Témoignages de l'UGEMA (1955-62)/(to be published in Algiers, Editions Casbah, 2010) * Islamic Banking: A Niche Player in the Global Industry, presented at a conference of the University of West Washington Business School, Bellingham, WA, Nov. 9, 2006. * Islamic finance: from medieval to contemporary globalization, paper presented to a conference on Globalization, State Capacity and Islamic Movements, 16-19 March, 2007, in Washington DC (Carnegie Foundation, UC-Santa Cruz, and George Mason University). Op-eds * Tunisia: Booting up a development model or back to the future? (with Robert Springborg), /Foreign Policy /Jan. 18, 2011 * The Tunisian Aarmy: Defending the beachhead of democracy in the Arab World (with Robert Springborg), /Huffington Post /Jan. 26, 2011 Back to Clement Henry Bio | MENA-politics ------------------------------------------------------------------------ /Jan. 26, 2011/ Department of Government , College of Liberal Arts ,University of Texas at Austin. Questions, Comments, and Suggestions to chenry@mail.utexas.edu