グレイ マシュー バリー (グレイ マシュー バリー)

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国際学術院 国際教養学部

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教授

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  • 国際学術院   国際コミュニケーション研究科

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  • 1995年01月
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    2000年08月

    The Australian National University   Faculty of Arts   Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)  

  • 1992年02月
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    1994年04月

    Macquarie University   Master of Arts (MA)  

  • 1989年02月
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    1992年04月

    Macquarie University   Bachelor of Arts (BA)  

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  • 2019年04月
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    継続中

    Waseda University   School of International Liberal Studies   Professor

  • 2016年09月
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    2019年04月

    早稲田大学   国際教養学部   准教授

  • 2013年01月
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    2016年08月

    The Australian National University   Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies   Associate Professor

  • 2015年08月
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    2016年07月

    東京大学   東洋文化研究所   Visiting Research Fellow

  • 2005年01月
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    2013年01月

    The Australian National University   Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies   Senior Lecturer

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    日本中東学会

 

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  • 地域研究   Middle Eastern studies

研究キーワード 【 表示 / 非表示

  • international relations

  • political science

  • comparative political economy

  • Middle Eastern studies

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  • Rentierism’s Siblings: On the Linkages between Rents, Neopatrimonialism, and Entrepreneurial State Capitalism in the Persian Gulf Monarchies

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Journal of Arabian Studies   8 ( 1 ) 29 - 45  2018年09月  [査読有り]

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    This paper examines rentier state theory (RST), and specifically “rentierism” as a more refined and nuanced variant of RST, arguing that while rentierism provides considerable utility in explaining the state-society relationships of the contemporary Arab states of the Persian Gulf, it is insufficient as a stand-alone explanation. It argues that rentierism needs to be considered as a political dynamic of the state-society relationship, rather than as a structural explanation for the state itself, as early RST more ambitiously sought to do. Rentierism therefore needs to be utilized in combination with two other explanatory frameworks, neopatrimonialism and state capitalism. In effect, these are rentierism’s theoretical “siblings”: they sharpen a rentier analysis by providing greater nuance into how elite networks, business-government relations, and personalized politics operate and interact in the allocative settings of the Gulf, as well as illustrating both the scope and the limits of rentierism as an explanatory framework.

  • Heritage, Public Space, and Cosmopolitanism in Contemporary Dubai and Qatar

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Journal of Islamic Area Studies   9   3 - 15  2017年

  • Lunar Helium-3 Fuel for Nuclear Fusion: Technology, Economics, and Resources

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    World Future Review   6 ( 2 ) 158 - 171  2014年06月  [査読有り]

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    Nuclear fusion of helium-3 (3He) can be used to generate electrical power with little or no radioactive waste and no carbon emissions. Some forty-four tons of this fuel could meet the electricity needs of the United States for a year. Although rare on Earth, an estimated one million tons of 3He has collected on the surface of the moon. While it would cost approximately US$17 billion to develop a mine producing one ton of 3He per year, such an operation is commercially viable over the medium term given the estimated value of that ton of fuel: US$3.7 billion. This article outlines the technical and economic issues related to 3He and its extraction, and it presents a novel approach to estimating the worth of the fuel. The potential of 3He as a future energy source is set in the context of global energy forecasts and international efforts to investigate lunar 3He resources—including a recent Chinese mission.

  • A Tale of Two Middle Easts: Change and Stasis in the Arab World

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Griffith Asia Quarterly   1 ( 2/3 ) 51 - 76  2013年  [査読有り]

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    This paper argues that the past two decades or so has witnessed a dramatic rise in the wealth and economic power of some parts of the Middle East, especially the Arab monarchies of the Gulf, while the non-energy exporting states, especially the republics such as Egypt, Syria, Yemen, Libya, and even Tunisia, lagged or even stagnated. The Gulf has had the financial power to cushion the effects of economic reform, and to engage with globalization on its own terms and at its own pace. The republics, meanwhile, have either blindly undertaken neoliberal reforms, which have been deeply unpopular with many people, or have tried to resist economic change and globalization, causing their economies to stagnate. There are now, it is argued here, two 'Middle Easts': the wealthy, predominantly Gulf one, increasingly engaged with Asia and the world and adapting to external change largely on its own terms; and a republican one, left behind by economic stagnation, political dissatisfaction, and a failure to address underlying problems such as rapid population growth, urbanization, and deteriorating social services. As regional power has shifted from this republican Middle East to the Gulf one, and the nature of this regional power has transformed from something primarily military to increasingly based on economic and 'soft' power, the future of the Middle East is becoming bifurcated. One part of it is looking increasingly active and open, while the other, after the shortcomings of the 'Arab Spring' and without dramatic reform, is at risk of remaining on the periphery of the international economic system.

  • A Theory of ‘Late Rentierism’ in the Arab States of the Gulf

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Center for International and Regional Studies Occasional Paper   ( 7 ) 1 - 44  2011年10月  [査読有り]

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    Rentier state theory (RST), which seeks to explain the impacts of external payments (or rents) on state-society relations and governance, has now been in wide usage for over two decades, and is still routinely cited by scholars writing on the Gulf or other parts of the world. Its tenets are widely – if by no means unanimously – accepted, and it is argued here, do retain a strong validity at the broader level. However RST has not adapted enough to explain the dramatic changes in the political economies of the Gulf in the past two decades or so, including the responses of Dubai, Bahrain, and more recently Qatar, Abu Dhabi and others, to globalization, new technology, freer trade and investment, social change, and development imperatives. It is argued here that a new phase of RST – ‘late rentierism’ – should be applied to the wealthy Arab Gulf states. The case for late rentierism is made with an emphasis on the shortcomings or oversimplifications of other rentier approaches, and then late rentierism described and explained through a discussion and elucidation of its major features and characteristics, including how these vary, or not, from those of other rentier explanations.

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  • Conspiracy theories in the Middle East

    ( 担当: 分担執筆)

    Routledge  2020年02月 ISBN: 9780815361749  [査読有り]

     概要を見る

    Taking a global and interdisciplinary approach, the Routledge Handbook of Conspiracy Theories provides a comprehensive overview of conspiracy theories as an important social, cultural and political phenomenon in contemporary life.

    This handbook provides the most complete analysis of the phenomenon to date. It analyses conspiracy theories from a variety of perspectives, using both qualitative and quantitative methods. It maps out the key debates, and includes chapters on the historical origins of conspiracy theories, as well as their political significance in a broad range of countries and regions. Other chapters consider the psychology and the sociology of conspiracy beliefs, in addition to their changing cultural forms, functions and modes of transmission. This handbook examines where conspiracy theories come from, who believes in them and what their consequences are.

    This book presents an important resource for students and scholars from a range of disciplines interested in the societal and political impact of conspiracy theories, including Area Studies, Anthropology, History, Media and Cultural Studies, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.

    The chapter by Matthew Gray investigates the sources, dynamics, and impacts of conspiracy theories in the Middle East (in particular, the Arab world, with some mention of Iran and Israel), outlining which aspects of conspiracy theories are shared with other parts of the world and which are unique to the region, and why,

    DOI

  • Qatar: an ambitious small state

    グレイ マシュー バリー( 担当: 分担執筆,  担当範囲: Shahram Akbarzadeh (ed.), Routledge Handbook of International Relations in the Middle East)

    Routledge  2019年

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    https://www.routledge.com/Routledge-Handbook-of-International-Relations-in-the-Middle-East-1st-Edition/Akbarzadeh/p/book/9780415317283

  • The Economy of the Gulf States

    グレイ マシュー バリー( 担当: 単著)

    Agenda Publishers  2019年01月 ISBN: 9781788210003

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    https://agendapub.com/index.php/component/catalogos/?view=title&id=36

  • Theorizing Politics, Patronage, and Corruption in the Arab Monarchies of the Gulf

    グレイ マシュー バリー( 担当: 分担執筆,  担当範囲: Laura Ruiz de Elvira, Christoph H. Schwarz, Irene Weipert-Fenner (eds), Clientelism and Patronage in the Middle East and North Africa: Networks of Dependency)

    Routledge  2018年06月

  • Emerging Trends and Debates in Gulf Studies

    グレイ マシュー バリー( 担当: 分担執筆,  担当範囲: Katlyn Quenzer, Maria Syed, and Elisabeth Yarbakhsh (eds), Emerging Scholarship on the Middle East and Central Asia)

    Lexington Books  2018年04月

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  • Branding and State-Building in the Arab Gulf States: The Cases of Qatar and Dubai

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Proceedings of the conference: Islam and Multiculturalism: History, Challenges and Prospects, eds. Tetsu Akiyama, Wakao Kumakura and Ryuichi Sugiyama (Tokyo: Organization for Islamic Area Studies, Waseda University, 2016)     77 - 83  2016年  [招待有り]

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  • Branding and State-Building in the Arab Gulf States: The Cases of Qatar and Dubai

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Islam and Multiculturalism: History, Challenges and Prospects   (Waseda University, Tokyo) 

    発表年月: 2016年12月

  • Rentier Wealth: Cure or Curse for the Gulf States?

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    The “Resource Curse” in the Gulf Working Group   (Center for International and Regional Studies, Georgetown University Qatar, Doha, Qatar) 

    発表年月: 2016年10月

  • Situating the Debate: The Case for a Re-imagination of the Gulf’s Politics

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    Japan Association of Middle East Studies (JAMES) Annual Conference 2016   (Keio University, Tokyo)  Japan Association of Middle East Studies  

    発表年月: 2016年05月

  • Heritage, Development and the Symbolism of Public Spaces in the Arab Gulf States: National Identities and Pseudo-Cosmopolitanism in Doha and Dubai

    グレイ マシュー バリー

    2014 Exeter/Georgetown Gulf Conference: The Heritage Boom in the Gulf; Critical and Interdisciplinary Perspectives   (University of Exeter, UK) 

    発表年月: 2014年09月

  • The Arab Gulf Political Economies and Problems of Political Transition and Pluralism

    グレイ マシュー バリー  [招待有り]

    The Arab World, Iran, and the Major Powers   (Australian National University, Canberra, Australia) 

    発表年月: 2014年06月

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現在担当している科目 【 表示 / 非表示

担当経験のある科目(授業) 【 表示 / 非表示

  • The Gulf Strategic Environment (postgraduate course) (taught 2005-2015)

    Australian National University  

  • Dynamics of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (postgraduate course) (taught 2005-2010)

    Australian National University  

  • Issues of Development in the Middle East (postgraduate course) (taught 2005-2014)

    Australian National University  

  • The Dynamics of Business in the Middle East (undergraduate course) (taught 2009-2015)

    Australian National University  

  • The Political Economy of the Middle East (undergraduate course) (taught 2007-2014)

    Australian National University  

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