Bruno Amable is professor of political economy at the University of Geneva, on leave from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. He has been a member of SASE since last century, and an editor of Socio Economic Review since 2010. His current research focuses on comparative capitalism and the political economy of institutional change. He has published several books, in particular The Diversity of Modern Capitalism (OUP 2003), Libéralisation, innovation et croissance, faut-il vraiment les associer ? (with Ivan Ledezma, Editions rue d’Ulm 2015), and more recently L’illusion du bloc bourgeois (with Stefano Palombarini, Raisons d’Agir 2017) / von Mitterrand zu Macron(Suhrkamp 2018) and Structural Crisis and Institutional Change in Modern Capitalism, French Capitalism in Transition (OUP 2017). His research has appeared in journals such as Industrial Relations, Journal of Institutional Economics, Socio Economic Review, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, and Industrial and Corporate Change among others.