Specialist Research Areas: Political Economy between the Wars
Matthias Wasser, PhD, completed his doctoral studies in Comparative-Historical Sociology at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2018. Under the mentorship of Dr. Roberto Korzeniewicz, he studied the formation of fascist movements and states in the inter-war period, as well as the development of labor relations in the British Caribbean in the aftermath of abolition. During his undergraduate studies in Economics at the University of Maryland, he contributed to research on economic policy in various settings. Wasser’s research focuses on international political economy, social movements, nationalism, economic policy, and historical sociology. He has presented his work at numerous conferences, including the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA). He serves as a Senior Fellow for the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, where he contributes to disseminating information about the radical right.
Specialist research areas:
Intellectual history of the far right, political economy of fascism
Available for consultation in the following areas:
Third sector/charity engagement; government consultancy; and editorials.
Latest posts authored by Dr Matthias Wasser
- Adam Przeworski, Crises of Democracy: A Review January 28, 2021
- Trump’s Incompetent Authoritarianism Failed, But A Smarter Trump Looms January 5, 2021
- Potential Lessons From Interwar Europe To Combat Fascism October 6, 2020
- Can anything be done against radical right misinformation? June 5, 2020