Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, 1989
Professor McIntyre has lectured at the University of Le Havre, Euromed Marseille École de Management, Novgorod State University, the Université de Lyon II, and École Normale Superieure de Cachan, where he was a visiting researcher in 2002, as well as at many universities and colleges in the US.
His book, Are Worker Rights Human Rights? was published in 2008 by the University of Michigan Press. Professor McIntyre’s current research is on why neo-liberal economics has been more successful in the United States than in Western Europe. As Honors Program Director he manages the university’s honors curriculum and chairs the Honors Program and Visiting Scholars Committee which chooses the topic and coordinators for the annual Honors Colloquium (www.uri.edu/hc), Rhode Island’s premier public lecture series. He also edits the New Political Economy book series for Routledge Press. Professor McIntyre received the URI Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence in 1997.
“A Radical Critique and Alternative to U.S. Industrial Relations Theory and Practice"
with Michael Hillard, forthcoming in Fred Lee and Jon Bekkan, editors, Radical Economics and the Labor Movement, Routledge Press 2009.
“The Class-Gender Nexus in the American Economy and in Attempts to “Rebuild the Labor Movement,” with Michael Hillard, forthcoming in Graham Cassano, ed., Bringing it all back home, 2nd edition, Routledge Press, 2009
“’IR Experts’ and the New Deal State: The Diary of a Defeated Subsumed Class,” with Michael Hillard, forthcoming in Critical Sociology, vol.34, 2008.
“Shopping with Octave,” forthcoming in A-P Durand, ed. Frederic Beigbeder. Amsterdam: Cahiers de recherche des instituts néerlandais de langue et de littérature française.
“The ‘Limited Capital-Accord’: May It Rest in Peace?” with Michael Hillard, Review of Radical Political Economics, Summer 2008, 40(3): 244-49
“Human Rights Liberalism and the Case for Worker Rights,” in The Good Society, vol.16:2, 2007
“Not Only Nike's Doing It: 'Sweating' and the Contemporary Labor Market,” with Yngve Ramstad, in Linda Welters and Abbe Lillethun, eds., The Fashion Reader, Berg Publishers, 2007
“De-Centering Wage Labor in Contemporary Capitalism,” with Michael Hillard, Rethinking Marxism. October 2007. 19(2): 536-548
“Are Labor Rights Human Rights and would it matter if they were?” Human Rights, Human Welfare, vol.6, 2006, pp.1-12, http://www.du.edu/gsis/hrhw/volumes/2006/mcintyre-2006.pdf
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