Harold James Bio

Harold James
Harold James is Professor of History at Princeton University and chair of the editorial board of World
Politics. His books include: The German
Slump: Politics and Economics 1924 1936, Oxford, 1986 (Oxford
University Press) (paperback 1987); A German Identity 1770 1990,
London 1989 (Weidenfeld and Nicolson), New York 1989 (Routledge Chapman Hall); International
Monetary Cooperation since Bretton Woods, New York and Washington D.C. 1996 (Oxford University
Press and International Monetary Fund); Monetary and Fiscal Unification in Nineteenth Century Germany;
What Can Kohl Learn from Bismarck?, Princeton 1997 (Princeton Essays in International Finance); The
End of Globalization: Lessons from the Great Depression, Cambridge Mass. 2001 (Harvard University
Press) ; The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War Against the Jews, New York/Cambridge, 2001
(Cambridge University Press); Europe Reborn: A History 1914-2000, (Longman/Pearson 2003). In 2004
he was awarded the first Helmut Schmidt Prize for Transatlantic Economic History.