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Rodney Loeppky

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Department of Politics

Associate Professor

Office: Ross Building, S631
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 30085
Email: rloeppky@yorku.ca
Primary website: http://www.yorku.ca/rloeppky

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Rodney Loeppky, Associate Professor, received his Doctorate from York University in 2002. After serving as a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in both University California, Davis and the University of Toronto, he held a faculty position at the University of Sussex in Brighton, UK. In 2006, he joined York University Political Science.

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Degrees

PhD, York University
MA, Carleton University
BA, University of Calgary

Research Interests

, American Politics, International and Comparative Political Economy, The Politics of Health
  • Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Race and Health Policy - 2022-23
  • Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Research Dissemination Award - 2017
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Small Research Grant - 2010
  • Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Minor Research Grant - 2009
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Ontario Research Development Challenge Fund (ORDCF) Program in Applied Ethics and Biotechnology - 2004
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) - 2002
  • York University, Department of Political Science Nominee for President’s Dissertation Prize - 2002
  • Baden Württemberg ‘Elite’ Student Fellowship - 2001
  • York University President's Dissertation Scholarship - 2001
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) - 2000
  • Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) - 1999
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) - 1998
Books

Publication
Year

A Deal They Can’t Resist: Adaptive Accumulation and US Political Economy (De Gruyter Publishers, Berlin: 2022).

2022

The Handbook of Critical Political Economy of Health and Healthcare, with David Primrose and Robin Chang (eds.), (London: Routledge, forthcoming )

2021

Santé et capitalism, with Colin Leys, David Coburn, and Kamran Appelbaum (Paris: Editions Critique

2020

Accumulation and Constraint: Biomedical Development and Advanced Industrial Health (Halifax: Fernwood)

2015

Encoding Capital: A Political Economy of the Human Genome Project (New York: Routledge Press, 2005)

2005

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

(with David Primrose and Robin Chang), Journal of Australian Political Economy 85 (2020): 17-28.

2020

“The Real Meaning of Managed Care: Adaptive Accumulation and US Healthcare,” International Journal of Health Services 49, no.4 (2019): 733-753.

2019

“Adaptive Accumulation and US Political Economy,” New Political Economy, Vol. 22, no.5 (2017): 1–16.

2017

“Canada, Health and Historical Political Economy,” Journal of Australian Political Economy 73 (Winter, 2014): 172-199.

2014


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/POLS1000 6.0 D Introduction to Politics LECT
Fall 2022 GS/POLS6245 3.0 A The Global Politics of Health SEMR
Fall/Winter 2022 GS/POLS6410 6.0 A The Study Of Comparative Politics SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 GS/POLS6410 6.0 A The Study Of Comparative Politics SEMR


Rodney Loeppky, Associate Professor, received his Doctorate from York University in 2002. After serving as a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in both University California, Davis and the University of Toronto, he held a faculty position at the University of Sussex in Brighton, UK. In 2006, he joined York University Political Science.

Degrees

PhD, York University
MA, Carleton University
BA, University of Calgary

Research Interests

, American Politics, International and Comparative Political Economy, The Politics of Health

Awards

  • Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Race and Health Policy - 2022-23
  • Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Research Dissemination Award - 2017
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Small Research Grant - 2010
  • Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Minor Research Grant - 2009
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Ontario Research Development Challenge Fund (ORDCF) Program in Applied Ethics and Biotechnology - 2004
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) - 2002
  • York University, Department of Political Science Nominee for President’s Dissertation Prize - 2002
  • Baden Württemberg ‘Elite’ Student Fellowship - 2001
  • York University President's Dissertation Scholarship - 2001
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) - 2000
  • Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) - 1999
  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) - 1998

All Publications


Books

Publication
Year

A Deal They Can’t Resist: Adaptive Accumulation and US Political Economy (De Gruyter Publishers, Berlin: 2022).

2022

The Handbook of Critical Political Economy of Health and Healthcare, with David Primrose and Robin Chang (eds.), (London: Routledge, forthcoming )

2021

Santé et capitalism, with Colin Leys, David Coburn, and Kamran Appelbaum (Paris: Editions Critique

2020

Accumulation and Constraint: Biomedical Development and Advanced Industrial Health (Halifax: Fernwood)

2015

Encoding Capital: A Political Economy of the Human Genome Project (New York: Routledge Press, 2005)

2005

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

(with David Primrose and Robin Chang), Journal of Australian Political Economy 85 (2020): 17-28.

2020

“The Real Meaning of Managed Care: Adaptive Accumulation and US Healthcare,” International Journal of Health Services 49, no.4 (2019): 733-753.

2019

“Adaptive Accumulation and US Political Economy,” New Political Economy, Vol. 22, no.5 (2017): 1–16.

2017

“Canada, Health and Historical Political Economy,” Journal of Australian Political Economy 73 (Winter, 2014): 172-199.

2014


Current Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall 2022 AP/POLS1000 6.0 D Introduction to Politics LECT
Fall 2022 GS/POLS6245 3.0 A The Global Politics of Health SEMR
Fall/Winter 2022 GS/POLS6410 6.0 A The Study Of Comparative Politics SEMR


Upcoming Courses

Term Course Number Section Title Type
Fall/Winter 2022 GS/POLS6410 6.0 A The Study Of Comparative Politics SEMR