C. Randall Henning, visiting fellow, has been associated with the Institute since 1986. He serves on the faculty of the School of International Service, American University. Henning specializes in the politics and institutions of international economic relations, international and comparative political economy, and regional integration. His research work focuses specifically on international monetary policy, European monetary integration, macroeconomic policy coordination, finance G-7 and G-8 summit cooperation, and regional cooperation in East Asia.
Henning is the author of Accountability and Oversight of US Exchange Rate Policy (2008), East Asian Financial Cooperation (2002), The Exchange Stabilization Fund: Slush Money or War Chest? (1999), Cooperating with Europe’s Monetary Union (1997), and Currencies and Politics in the United States, Germany, and Japan (1994); coauthor of Transatlantic Perspectives on the Euro (2000), Global Economic Leadership and the Group of Seven (1996) with C. Fred Bergsten, Can Nations Agree? Issues in International Economic Cooperation (1989) and Dollar Politics: Exchange Rate Policymaking in the United States (1989); and coeditor of Governing the World’s Money (Cornell University Press, 2002) and Reviving the European Union (1994). Among other activities, he has testified to several congressional committees and served as the European Community Studies Association Distinguished Scholar and as Faculty President of the School of International Service at American University.