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Bob Jessop is Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of the Cultural Political Economy Research Centre at Lancaster University, UK. He is best known for his contributions to state theory, critical political economy, critical governance studies, and, most recently, cultural political economy. His most important books include The Capitalist State (1982), Nicos Poulantzas (1985), Thatcherism: A Tale of Two Nations (1988), State Theory (1990), The Future of the Capitalist State (2002), Beyond the Regulation Approach (with Ngai-Ling Sum, 2006), State Power (2007), Towards a Cultural Political Economy (with Ngai-Ling Sum, 2013), and The State: Past, Present, Future (2015). He completed a funded 3.5 year research study of crises of crisis-management in the North Atlantic Financial Crisis and Eurozone crisis in 2013 but, of course, continues to monitor recent developments. He is also currently a Professorial Research Fellow at Cardiff University, working on civil society as a mode of governance. His work can be found at http://www.bobjessop.org

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