IPES 2020 Conference Program 

November 13-14

Hosted by Ohio State University

Sessions will be held via Zoom

All times listed are US Mountain Standard Time

* - denotes presenter
 

Friday, November 13, 2020 (9 am - 3:00 pm MST)
Time Room Presenter Topic
 
Friday
AM Chairs
Room 1 Edward Mansfield
Room 2 Sarah Brooks
Room 3 Rachel Wellhausen

Friday
9:00-9:30
MST

Room 1

*Jeff Colgan,
Brown University

“Partial Hegemony: Oil Politics and International Order"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Ida Bastiaens,
Fordham University

Laura Seelkopf,
University of St. Gallen

"Aid for Taxation and Representation? An Analysis of Foreign Tax Assistance on Democracy in the Developing World"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3 

Lindsay Dolan,
Wesleyan University

*Alexandra Zeitz,
Concordia University

"Financing Development at Home: A Survey Experiment on Diaspora Members"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
9:30-10:00
MST
Room 1

*Iain Osgood,
University of Michigan

Hyeon-Young Ro,
University of Michigan

"Trade's Progressive Opposition"

Paper | Presentation

 

Room 2

Nicole Baerg,
University of Essex

*Julia Gray,
University of Pennsylvania

Jakob Willisch,
University of Mannheim

"When Technocrats Turn to Politics: Monetary Policy and Political Reputations Among Central Bankers in Eastern Europe"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Sung Eun Kim,
Korea University

*Adrian J. Shin,
University of Colorado, Boulder

Yujeong Yang,
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

"Contagious World: COVID-19 and Global Migration"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
10:00-10:30
MST
Room 1

*Celeste Beesley,
Brigham Young University

Eliza Riley Oak,
Yale University

"Trading With The Enemy? Framing National Security Concerns and Public Opinion about Trade"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Lukas Linsi,
University of Groningen

Brian Burgoon,
University of Amsterdam

Daniel K. MuggeUniversity of Amsterdam

"Trade Data Defects and Their Implications for Statistical Inference"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Axel Dreher,
Heidelberg University

Sarah Langlotz,
University of Goettingen

*Johannes Matzat,
University of Goettingen

Anna Maria Mayda,
Georgetown University

Christopher Parsons,
University of Western Australia

"Coming to America: Refugee Inflows and Political Impacts"

Paper | Presentation

 
Friday
10:30-11:00
MST
Room 1

Tim Buthe,
Technical University of Munich

Cindy Cheng,
Hochschule fur Politik

"New New Trade Theory and US Antitrust Enforcement in Global Markets"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Timm Betz,
Technical University of Munich,
Texas A&M

*Cristina Bodea,
Michigan State University

Andrew Kerner,
Michigan State University

"The Financial Determinants of Party Manifestos: US-Monetary Cycles and the Global Demand for Neo-Liberal Politics"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Nikhar Gaikwad,
Columbia University

Gareth Nellis,
UC San Diego

"Overcoming the Political Exclusion of Migrants: Theory and Experimental Evidence from India"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
11:00-11:30
MST
Room 1

*Diana Stanescu,
Princeton University

"Agents or Advisers? Bureaucratic Structure and the Politics of Trade Protection"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Adriane Fresh,
Duke University

"Political Representation in the Era of Britain's Expanding Overseas Trade"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Gina Yannitell Reinhardt,
University of Essex

*Dominik Duell
University of Essex

"Reducing Supply: The Effect of Disaster and Government Intervention on Child Trafficking"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
11:30-12:00
MST
Room 1

In Song Kim,
MIT

*Megumi Naoi,
UC San Diego

Sasaki Tomoya,
MIT

"Domestic Institutions, Geographic Concentration, and Agricultural Liberalization: Evidence from Remote-Sensed Cropland Data"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Andrew Rys,
Johns Hopkins University

*David Steinberg,
Johns Hopkins University

"The Partisan Reversal: Partisanship and Exchange Rate Policy in Closed and Open Economies"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Christina Davis,
Harvard University

*Yon Soo Park,
Harvard University

Diana Stanescu,
Princeton University

"Foreign Policy or Industrial Policy? The Design of Trade Bureaucracy"

Paper | Presentation

 
Friday
PM Chairs
Room 1 Judy Goldstein
Room 2 Mark Copelovitch
Room 3 David Singer
Friday
12:00-12:30
MST
Room 1

Kishore Gawande,
University of Texas, Austin

*Pablo Pinto,
University of Houston

Santiago Pinto,
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

"Voting, Lobbying, and Trade Policy: A Structural Estimation Framework"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Alice Evans,
King's College London

"Export Incentives, Domestic Mobilisation, and Labour Reforms"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Leonardo Baccini,
McGill University

Magnus Lodefalk,
Orebro University

Radka Sabolova,
Orebro University

"The Distributional Consequences of Migration: Firm-Level Evidence from Europe"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
12:30-1:00
MST
Room 1

*Michael-David Mangini,
Harvard University

"Escape from Tariffs"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Andrew Rys,
Johns Hopkins University

"Indebted Interests: Why Governments Fail to Restrict Foreign-Currency Debt"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Calvin Thrall,
University of Texas, Austin

"Spillover Effects in International Law: The Case of Tax Planning and Investor-State Dispute Settlement"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
1:00-1:30
MST
Room 1

*Sarah Bauerle Danzman,
Indiana University

*Alexander Slaski,
Leiden University

"Explaining Deference: Why And When Do Policymakers Think FDI Needs Tax Incentives?"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Daniel Nielson,
Brigham Young University

Michael G. Findley,
University of Texas, Austin

J. C. Sharman,
Cambridge University

"Banking Bad: A Field Experiment on Regulatory Compliance in the Finance Industry"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Lauren Pinson,
University of Pennsylvania

Jonathan Chu,
University of Pennsylvania

Robert Shaffer,
University of Pennsylvania

Beth Simmons,
University of Pennsylvania

"Analyzing US Local Government Officials: Support for Refugee Settlement"

Paper | Presentation

 
Friday
1:30-2:00
MST
Room 1

T. Renee Bowen,
UC San Diego
NBER

*J. Lawrence Broz,
UC San Diego

Marc-Andreas Muendler,
UC San Diego
NBER

Bertrand Wilden,
UC San Diego

 

"The World Trade Organization and U.S. Domestic Politics"

Paper | Presentation

 

Room 2

*Paasha Mahdavi,
UC San Diego

Christina J. Schneider,
UC San Diego

*Jennifer Tobin,
Georgetown University

"Coordinated Financial Crisis Resolution"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3 

*Margaret Peters,
UC Los Angeles

Yang-Yang Zhou,
University of British Columbia

Thania Sanchez,
ACLU

"Prejudice Towards Refugees During COVID-19"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
2:00-2:30
MST
Room 1

*Carlos Lastra-Anadon,
IE University

Kenneth Scheve,
Yale University

David Stasavage,
New York University

"Learning to Love Government? Technological Change and the Political Economy of Higher Education"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Ryan M. Weldzius,
Princeton University

James R. Vreeland,
Princeton University

James Bisbee,
Princeton University

"Political Cleavages and Exposure to the Global Financial Crisis"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*David Leblang,
University of Virginia

*Dawn Teele,
University of Pennsylvania

"Gender Rights, Economic Opportunities, and Global Migration"

Paper | Presentation

Friday
2:30-3:00
MST
Room 1

*Carlos Felipe Balcazar,
New York University

Rafael Ch,
New York University

"Do Tariff Revenues Generate a Resource Curse? Theory and Evidence From the First Wave of Globalization"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Sujeong Shim,
University of Wisconsin, Madison

"Who is Credible? Government Popularity and the Catalytic Effect of IMF Programs"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Gyu Sang Shim,
University of Rochester

"The Location of Extractive FDI and Armed Conflicts"

Paper | Presentation

 
Saturday, November 14, 2020 (9 am - 2:30 pm MST) 
Time Room Presenter Topic
 
Saturday
AM Chairs
Room 1 David Bearce
Room 2 Megumi Naoi
Room 3 Judy Goldstein
Saturday
9:00-9:30
MST
Room 1

Boliang Zhu,
Pennsylvania State University

*Aubrey Waddick,
Pennsylvania State University

Yilang Feng,
Harvard University

*Angel Villegas-Cruz,
Pennsylvania State University

"Firms Caught in Crossfire: International Stakes and Domestic Politics in Corporate Positioning on De-Globalization"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Robert Gulotty,
University of Chicago

"Safe Harbors: Using Health and Safety Regulations Against Undisciplined Subsidies"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Lukas Wellner,
University of Goettingen, 
University of Heidelberg

Axel Dreher,
University of Goettingen, 
University of Heidelberg

Andreas​​ Fuchs,
University of Goettingen

Bradley Parks,
College of William and Mary

Austin Strange,
University of Hong Kong

Michael Tierney,
College of William and Mary

"Is China Winning? Chinese Aid as Effective Soft Power Instrument"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
9:30-10:00
MST
Room 1

*Benjamin Helms,
University of Virginia

Sonal Pandya,
University of Virginia

Sheetal Sekhri,
University of Virginia

"FDI and the Empowerment of Minority Groups: Evidence from India"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Erica Owen,
University of Pittsburgh

 

"Firms vs. Workers? The Political Economy of Labor in an Era of Global Production and Automation"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Merih Angin,
Koc University

Natalya Naqvi,
London School of Economics

"Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers: The Distributional Effects of Privatization in IMF Programs"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
10:00-10:30
MST

Room 1

*Rachel Wellhausen,
University of Texas, Austin

Donna Feir,
University of Victoria,
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Calvin Thrall,
University of Texas, Austin

"The Promise of Foreign Direct Investment: Experimental Evidence from the First Bank in a Native Nation"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Didac Queralt,
Yale University

"State Building in the Era of International Finance"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Stefanie Walter,
University of Zurich

"Brexit Domino? The Political Contagion Effects of Voter-Endorsed Disintegration"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
10:30-11:00
MST
Room 1

*Jeheung Ryu,
University of Rochester

Randall Stone,
University of Rochester

"Dirty Work and the Americanization of Korean Firms"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*James Bisbee,
Princeton University

B. Peter Rosendorff,
New York University

"Shocking the Vulnerable: Job Insecurity, Local Sociotropism and 
Anti-Globalization Sentiment"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*David Lake,
UC San 
Diego

"How to Run an Empire: Indirect Rule and the Making of U.S. International Hierarchy"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
11:00-11:30
MST
Room 1

*Meir Alkon,
Harvard University

"Politics vs. Markets in the Battle for FDI"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Dillon Laaker,
University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Rules of Origin, Global Supply Chains, and Selective Protection” 

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Robert Kubinec,
NYU in Abu Dhabi

Haillie Lee,
Seoul National University

Andrey Tomashevskiy,
Rutgers University

"The Uneven Effects of Political Connections on Investment"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
11:30-12:00
MST
Room 1

*Aycan Katitas,
University of Virginia

David Leblang,
University of Virginia

Sonal Pandya,
University of Virginia

"Global Supply Chains: The Global Spread of Infectious Disease"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

In Song Kim,
MIT

Steven Liao,
UC Riverside

*Sayumi Miyano,
Princeton University

"Why Trade and FDI Should Be Studied Together"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Stephanie Rickard,
London School of Economics

"The Politics of Green Policy: An Examination of Fisheries Subsidies"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
PM Chairs
Room 1 Sarah Brooks 
Room 2 Edward Mansfield
Room 3 Mark Copelovitch
Saturday
12:00-12:30
MST
Room 1

*Stephen Chaudoin,
Harvard University

Helen Milner,
Princeton University

Xun Pang,
Tsinghua University

"Structure, Interdependence, and Evolution of Globalization Featured by Global Value Chains"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Jane Sumner,
University of Minnesota

Andrew Kerner,
Michigan State University

"Gender Roles and Threat Perception Due to Globalization"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Allison Carnegie,
Columbia University

*Richard Clark,
Columbia University

Security Through Solidarity: How Populism Reshapes Global Governance"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
12:30-1:00
MST
Room 1

Margaret Pearson,
University of Maryland

John F. McCauley,
University of Maryland

*Xiaonan Wang,
University of Maryland

"FDI, Unmet Expectations, and the Prospects of Political Leaders: Evidence from Chinese Investment in  Africa"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Stephen Weymouth,
Georgetown University

"Digital Globalization"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Daniel McDowell,
Syracuse University

*David Steinberg,
Johns Hopkins University

Selim Erdem Aytac,
Koc University

Dimitar Gueorguiev,
Syracuse University

"Descriptive Representation in International Organizations: The Effect of Governance Reform on IMF Legitimacy"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
1:00-1:30
MST
Room 1

*Ida Bastiaens,
Fordham University

Lisa Lechner,
University of Innsbruck

Evgeny Postnikov,
University of Melbourne

"Mutlinational Production and the Global Trade Regime: How Do Social Standards in Preferential Trade Agreements Affect Global Value Chains?"

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Haosen Ge​​,
Princeton University

"Curses or Blessings: How Low Asset Mobility Helps Foreign Firms Gain Government Support"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

OPEN

 

 
Saturday
1:30-2:00
MST
Room 1

*Andreas Kern,
Georgetown University​

Elias Nosrati​​,
University of Oxford

*Bernhard Reinsberg,
University of Glasgow

Dilek Sevinc,
Georgetown University

 

"The Political Economy of IMF Conditionality and Capital Flight"

Paper | Presentation

 

Room 2

*Faisal Ahmed,
Princeton University

"Unearned Foreign Income and Political Violence"

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Masaru Kohno,
Waseda University

Gabriella Montinola​​,
UC Davis

*Matthew Winters​​,
University of Illinois

"Foreign Pressure and Public Opinion in Target States"

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
2:00 - 2:30
MST
Room 1

*David Carter,
Washington University in Saint Louis

Bailee Donahue,
University of North Carolina

Rob Williams,
Washington University in Saint Louis

"Border Walls and Illicit Trade Flows"

Paper | Presentation

  Room 2

*Soohyun Cho,
Ohio State University

"Female Protectionism: Women's Responses to the Gendered Labor Market"

Paper | Presentation

  Room 3

Leonardo Baccini,
McGill University

*Thomas Sattler,
University of Geneva

"Austerity, Economic Vulnerability, and Populism"

Paper | Presentation