Arie Krampf is a Lecturer for International Relations at the Tel Aviv Yaffo Academic College, School for School of Government and Society, teaching courses on IR, European Integration, and the history of capitalism in the twentieth century. Arie is also an Associate Researcher at the Kolleg-Forschergruppe (KFG) “The Transformative Power of Europe”, the Freie Universität Berlin.
Arie completed his PhD. in the Cohen Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science. He was a visiting scholar at the History of Science Unit in University of Sydney, a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, and a Research Fellow at the KFG “The Transformative Power of Europe”, Freie Universität, Berlin.
Arie’s research interests lies in the areas of international political economy and comparative political economy. He is particularly interested in monetary and banking institutions. Recently, his key research focus is on the Eurozone crisis and the response of the ECB and the EU to the crisis. He has also studied the unique features of central banking practices in developing countries.
Arie have completed a manuscript on the consolidation of the Israeli capitalism in the formative years (1930s to 1967). The book explores the import, translation and localization of Anglo-American economic ideas in the Zionist/Israeli institutional environment.
Arie is living in Tel Aviv. One of his hobbies is telling stories to his son, Ethan.