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Friday, November 17
8:00-9:00 Robertson Main Lobby Registration  
AM Chairs Bowl 1 Jeffry Frieden,
Harvard University
 
  Bowl 2 David Lake,
University of California, San Diego
 
  Bowl 16 Judith Goldstein,
Stanford University
 
9:00-9:30 Bowl 1 Nancy Brune,
University of Pennsylvania
Alexandra Guisinger,
University of Notre Dame
"Myth or reality? The Diffusion of Financial Liberalization in Emerging Economies"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Xun Cao,
Washington University
"Convergence, Divergence, and Networks in the Age of Globalization: A Social Network Analysis Approach to IPE"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Martin Gassebner,
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
"Shaken, Not Stirred: The Impact of Disasters and Terrorism on International Trade"
(PRESENTATION)
9:30-10:00 Bowl 1 Catherine Weaver,
University of Kansas
"The Politics of Hypocrisy and Change: The Rhetoric, Reality and Reform of the World Bank"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Mark Manger,
McGill University
"The Political Economy of Discrimination: Modelling the Spread of Preferential Trade Agreements"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Mark Brawley,
McGill University
"Adjustment, Ambiguity and Policy Interventions: A Political Approach to the Domestic Politics of Trade"
(PRESENTATION)
10:00-10:30 Bowl 1 Mark Copelovitch,
University of Wisconsin
"Master or Servant? Agency Slack and the Politics of IMF Lending"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Jude Hays,
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
Robert Franzese,
University of Michigan
"Globalization and Strategic Policy Interdependence across the OECD"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Bruce Moon,
Lehigh University
"The Dangers of Deficits: Trade Imbalances and National Development"
10:30-11:00 Bowl 1 J. Lawrence Broz,
University of California, San Diego
S. Brock Blomberg,
Claremont McKenna College
"The Political Economy of IMF Voting Power"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Tobias Hofmann,
Princeton University
"Recalcitrance, Inefficiency, and Support for European Integration: Why Do Member States (not) Comply with EU Law?"
  Bowl 16 Lucy Goodhart,
Columbia University
"Political Geography and the Trade Restriction Bias"
(PRESENTATION)
11:00-11:30 Bowl 1 Thomas Sattler,
ETH Zurich
John Freeman,
University of Minnesota
Patrick Brandt,
University of Texas, Dallas
"Popular Accountability and the Room to Maneuver: A Search for a Causal Chain"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Nita Rudra,
University of Pittsburgh
"Welfare States in Developing Countries: Unique or Universal?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Kerry Chase,
Tufts University
"Services Offshoring and the Political Responses of Labor: The Case of Motion Pictures"
(PRESENTATION)
11:30-12:00      
  Bowl 2 Ronald Rogowski,
University of California, Los Angeles
Daniel Tannenbaum,
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
"Globalization and Neo-Liberalism: How Much Does Capital Mobility Restrain Governmental Policy?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Michael Tomz,
Stanford University
"The Effects of International Agreements on Foreign Policy Preferences"
(PRESENTATION)
12:00-1:00   Lunch Break
PM Chairs Bowl 1 Joanne Gowa,
Princeton University
 
  Bowl 2 Duncan Snidal,
University of Chicago
 
  Bowl 16 Edward Mansfield,
University of Pennsylvania
 
1:00-1:30 Bowl 1 Gina Yannitell Reinhardt,
Texas A & M University
Eliana Balla,
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
"Giving and Receiving Foreign Aid: Does Conflict Count?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Carles Boix,
Princeton University
"War, Wealth and the Formation of States"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Carsten Daugbjerg,
University of Aarhus
Alan Swinbank,
University of Reading
"Curbing Agricultural Exceptionalism: The EU's Response to External Challenge"
(PRESENTATION)
1:30-2:00 Bowl 1 Christiane Almeida de Aguiar Lacombe,
New York University
"Causes of Financial Openness"
  Bowl 2 Milan Svolik,
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
"Lies, Defection, and the Pattern of International Cooperation"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Yoram Haftel,
University of Illinois-Chicago
"Action Speaks Louder than Words: Variation in Regional Integration Arrangements and Violent Conflict"
(PRESENTATION)
2:00-2:30 Bowl 1 Daniel Nielson,
Brigham Young University
Michael Tierney,
College of William and Mary
"Principals and Interests: Common Agency and Multilateral Development Bank Lending"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Megumi Naoi,
University of California, San Diego
Thomas Kenyon,
World Bank
"Policy Uncertainty in Hybrid Regimes - Evidence from Firm Level Surveys"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Daniel Yuichi Kono,
University of California, Davis
"For Whom Does Democracy Free Trade?"
(PRESENTATION)
2:30-3:00 Bowl 1 Sarah Brooks,
Ohio State University
Layna Mosley,
University of North Carolina
"Risk, Uncertainty, and Autonomy: Financial Market Constraints in Developing Countries"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Xinyuan Dai,
University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
"The Conditional Nature of Democratic Compliance"
  Bowl 16 Michael Hiscox,
Harvard University
Jens Hainmueller,
Harvard University
"Being Specific: Measuring Asset Specificity for Political Economy"
3:00-3:30 Bowl 1 Vally Koubi,
ETH Zurich
Thomas Bernauer,
ETH Zurich
"Taking Firms and Markets Seriously: A Study on Bank Behavior, Market Discipline, and Regulatory Policy"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Cameron Thies,
University of Missouri
"National Design and State Building in Sub-Saharan Africa"
  Bowl 16 Christina Davis,
Princeton University
Sophie Meunier,
Princeton University
"Business as Usual: Economic Responses to Political Tensions"
(PRESENTATION)
3:30-4:00 Bowl 1 Martin Edwards,
Seton Hall University
"Implementation Uncertainty and the Design of IMF Conditionality"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Bruce Bueno de Mesquita,
New York University
Alistair Smith,
New York University
"Pernicious Foreign Aid?: A Political Economy of Political Institutions and the Effect of Foreign Aid"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Soo Yeon Kim,
University of Maryland/Princeton University
"Power and Institutional Design: The General Agreement of 1947"
(PRESENTATION)
4:00-4:30 Bowl 1 Axel Dreher,
ETH
Jan-Egbert Sturm,
ETH
"Do IMF and World Bank Influence Voting in the UN General Assembly?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Tana Reisenauer-Johnson,
University of Chicago
"Guilt by Association? How Anti-U.S. Sentiment May Undermine the Legitimacy of Intergovernmental Organizations"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Deborah Kay Elms,
National Technical University (Singapore)
"New Directions for IPE: Drawing from Behavioral Economics"
(PRESENTATION)
4:30-5:00 Dodds Auditorium Plenary: IPES Organizational Meeting
5:00-6:00   Benjamin Cohen,
University of California, Santa Barbara
Plenary: "The Transatlantic Divide: Why are American and British IPE So Different?"
   Discussants:
Robert Keohane
, Princeton University
Philip Cerny, Rutgers University-Newark
 
6:30-   IPES Dinner


Saturday, November 18
AM Chairs Bowl 1 Jeffry Frieden,
Harvard University
 
  Bowl 2 Helen Milner,
Princeton University
 
  Bowl 16 Judith Goldstein,
Stanford University
 
9:00-9:30 Bowl 1 Cristina Bodea,
Michigan State University
"Exchange Rate Regimes and Independent Central Banks: A Correlated Choice of Imperfectly Credible Institutions"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Aseem Prakash,
University of Washington
Erik Lundsgaarde,
University of Washington
Christian Breunig,
University of Washington
"Instrumental Philanthropy: Trade and the Geographical Distribution of Foreign Aid"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Carmela Lutmar,
Princeton University
"The Political Economy of Leadership Changes & Military Occupations: an Empirical Assessment 1900-2000"
(PRESENTATION)
9:30-10:00 Bowl 1 Scott Cooper,
Brigham Young University
"Regional Monetary Cooperation Beyond Western Europe: The Role of Colonial Legacies and Economic Interdependence"
  Bowl 2 Heiner Schulz,
University of Pennsylvania
"The Political Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Nikolaos Zahariadis,
University of Alabama-Birmingham
"Protection for Rent: National Subsidies and Europe's Economy" (Supporting material)
(PRESENTATION)
10:00-10:30 Bowl 1 Jim Granato,
University of Texas
Melody Lo,
University of Southern Mississippi
M. C. Sunny Wong,
University of Southern Mississippi
"What Explains Recent Changes in International Monetary Policy Attitudes toward Inflation? Evidence from Developed Countries"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Nathan Jensen,
Washington University
"Firm-Level Responses to Politics: Political Institutions and the Operations of U.S. Multinationals"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Bumba Mukherjee,
Notre Dame/Princeton University
"Why IMF Stabilization Programs Fail To Prevent Currency Crises in Some Financially Distressed Countries But Not Others?"
(PRESENTATION)
10:30-11:00 Bowl 1 Stefanie Walter,
ETH Zurich
"Political Survival in Times of Crisis: The Effect of Electoral Timing on Crisis Outcomes"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Sonal Pandya,
Harvard University
"Industriousness: On the Sources of Cross-Industry Variation in Foreign Direct Investment Restrictions"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Alex Thompson,
Ohio State University
"The (Domestic) Power of Legalization: U.S. Support of WTO Dispute Settlement"
(PRESENTATION)
11:00-11:30 Bowl 1 Eric M. P. Chiu,
National Chung-Hsing University
Thomas Willett,
Claremont McKenna College
"The Interactions of Strength of Governments and Alternative Exchange Rate Regimes in Avoiding Currency Crises"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Quan Li,
Penn State University
"Democracy, Autocracy, and Expropriation of Foreign Direct Investment"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Daniel Drezner,
University of Chicago
"The Viscosity Of Global Governance: When Is Forum-Shopping Expensive?"
(PRESENTATION)
11:30-12:00 Bowl 1 Christian Fahrholz,
University of Konstanz
Gerald Schneider,
University of Konstanz
"Your words are in my purse! The impact of EU summits on Euro-Dollar exchange rate"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Pablo Pinto,
Columbia University
Santiago Pinto,
West Virginia University
"The Politics of Investment Partisanship and the Sectoral Allocation of Foreign Direct Investment"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Andrea Haupt,
University of California, Santa Barbara
"How Parties of Corporatist-Conservative Welfare States Respond to the International Economy - A Comparison of Austria and Germany"
(PRESENTATION)
12:00-1:30   Lunch Break
PM Chairs Bowl 1 Joanne Gowa,
Princeton University
 
  Bowl 2 Philip Cerny,
Rutgers University - Newark
 
  Bowl 16 Duncan Snidal,
University of Chicago
 
1:30-2:00 Bowl 1 Steve Donzé,
London School of Economics
"Bank Supervisor Independence and the Health of Banking Systems: Evidence from OECD Countries"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 John Doces,
University of Southern California
"Globalization and Democracy: An Empirical Analysis Using A Simultaneous Equation Approach"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Ken Scheve,
University of Michigan
David Stasavage,
New York University
"Political Institutions and Income Inequality, 1900-2000"
(PRESENTATION)
2:00-2:30 Bowl 1 Angela O'Mahony,
University of British Columbia
"Engineering Good Times: Fiscal Manipulation in a Global Economy"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 B. Peter Rosendorff,
University of Southern California
James Vreeland,
Yale University
"Democracy and Data Dissemination: The Effect of Political Regime on Transparency"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Greg Anderson,
University of Alberta
Jacqueline Leighton,
University of Alberta
"Human Perception and Economic Institutions: A Cognitive Political Economy Approach to North American Integration"
2:30-3:00 Bowl 1 Patrick Leblond,
HEC Montreal
"The Political Economy of International Monetary Integration in the Post-World War II Period"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 David Leblang,
University of Colorado
Barry Eichengreen,
University of California, Berkeley
"Democracy and Globalization"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Stephanie Rickard,
Penn State University
"The Costs of Risk: Examining the Missing Link between Globalization and Social Spending"
(PRESENTATION)
3:00-3:30 Bowl 1 David Singer,
MIT
"Monetary Institutions, Partisanship, and Inflation Targeting"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Timothy McKeown,
University of North Carolina
"The Multilateral Turn in U.S. International Economic Policy-Internal U.S. Government Assessments of the Bilateral-Multilateral Choice"
  Bowl 16 James Caporaso,
University of Washington
Joseph Jupille,
University of Colorado
"Polanyi in Luxembourg: Market Participation, Embeddedness, and Rights in the European Union"
3:30-4:00 Bowl 1 Jose Fernandez-Albertos,
Harvard University
"Trade Integration and the Politics of Exchange Rate Regime Choice"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 2 Chad Rector,
George Washington University
"Federations and International Organizations"
(PRESENTATION)
  Bowl 16 Darren Hawkins,
Brigham Young University
Jay Goodliffe,
Brigham Young University
"Norm Enforcement, Dependence Networks and the International Criminal Court"
(PRESENTATION)
4:00-4:30 Bowl 1 David Bearce,
University of Pittsburgh
Mark Hallerberg,
Emory University
"Democracy and De Facto Exchange Rate Regimes"
       
  Bowl 16 Michael Lamla,
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
"Long-Term Determinants of Pollution"
(PRESENTATION)


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