2019 IPES Conference Program 

15 - 16 November 

University of California, San Diego

 

The IPES conference will be held at the University of California San Diego, Institute of the Americas, Copley International Conference Center, Room 1, 2 & 3.

The Institute of the Americas is located off of International Lane and Pangea Drive. Directional signage will be in place routing participants walking from the Estancia La Jolla Hotel as well as those that will be parking at the Pangea Parking Structure. 

Friday 15 November 2019
Time Room Presenter Topic
8:15-9:15
  Breakfast  
AM Chairs
Room 1 David Singer
Room 2 Megumi Naoi
Room 3 Sarah Brooks
9:15-9:45
Room 1

Alexandra Guisinger,
Temple University

Katja Kleinberg,
Binghamton University

"Gender Discrimination and Preferences for Trade Protection"

Presentation

Room 2

Sonal Pandya,
University of Virginia

Robert Kubinec,
Princeton University

"International Capital Mobility and Firm-Level Political Behavior: Evidence from the Panama"

Presentation | Paper

Room3 

Weiyi Shi,
UCSD

Boliang Zhu,
Penn State University

"Managing International Tensions in Authoritarian Countries: Evidence from the Ongoing U.S.-China Trade War" Presentation

9:45-10:15
Room 1

Nita Rudra,
Georgetown University

Helen V. Milner,
Princeton University

H.P. Harish

 

"FDI and the Politics of Informality"

Presentation (Appendix)

 

Room 2

Cindy Cheng,
Bavarian School of Public Policy

Sebastian Klotz,
University of Bern

"Do Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth? The Effect of Increasing Participation on the Codex Food"

Presentation

Room 3

Pablo M. Pinto,
University of Houston

Robert S. Erikson,
Columbia University

Kelly Rader,
Yale University

"Democracy and Wellbeing a Difference-in-difference Analysis of the Consequences of Regime"

10:15-10:45
Room 1

Haillie Na-Kyung Lee,
Princeton University

"Why Arbitrate?: The Role of the State in Investor-State Arbitration"

PresentationPaper

Room 2

Vasiliki Fouka,
Stanford University

Shom Mazumder,
Harvard University

Marco Tabellini,
Harvard University

"Changing In-Group Boundaries: How Immigration Affects Race Relations in the US"

Presentation

Room 3

 

 

10:45-11:00
  Break  
11:00-11:30
Room 1

Thomas Sattler,
University of Geneva

Evelyne Hübscher,
Central European University

"Does Austerity Cause Polarization?"

Presentation | Paper

Room 2

Junghyun Lim,
University of Pittsburgh

"Who Emigrates? Electoral Consequences of Emigration in Eastern Europe"

Presentation

Room 3

Caleb Ziolkowski,
UCLA

"Capital on Capitol Hill: Personal Assets and Trade Liberalization in the US"

Presentation | Paper

11:30-12:00
Room 1

Allison Carnegie,
Columbia University

Kimberly Howe,
Tufts University

Adam Lichtenheld,
UC Berkeley

Dipali Mukhopadhyay,
Columbia University

"The Effects of Foreign Aid on Rebel Governance: Evidence from a Large-Scale U.S. Aid Program in Syria"

Presentation | Paper

Room 2

Ida Bastiaens,
Fordham University

"An Empirical Investigation on the Impact of Tax Aid on Domestic Revenue Generation Between 1972 and 2013"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

Lindsay R. Dolan,
Princeton University

Helen V. Milner,
Princeton University

"Low-Skilled Liberalizers: Support for Globalization in Africa"

Presentation | Paper

12:00-12:30
Room 1

Andreas Kern,
Georgetown University

Matthias Rau-Gohring,
European Central Bank

Bernhard Reinsberg,
University of Glasgow

"The Political Economy of IMF Conditionality and Central Bank Independence"

Presentation

Room 2

Lauren L. Ferry,
UCSD

"Concentrated Claims: The Role of Creditor Heterogeneity in Debt Restructuring Negotiations"

Presentation

Room 3

Joshua D. Kertzer,
Harvard University

Pablo Barberá,

University of Southern California

Andrew Guess,
Princeton University

Simon Munzert,
Hertie School of Governance

JungHwan Yang,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Andi Zhou,
Harvard University

"Trade Attitudes in the Wild"

Presentation | Paper

12:30-1:30
  Lunch Break  
PM Chairs
Room 1 Ed Mansfield
Room 2 Judy Goldstein
Room 3 David Bearce
1:30-2:00
Room 1

Jonas Bunte,
UT Dallas

Sarah Bauerle-Danzman
Indiana University

Paulo Cavallo,
UT Dallas

"Electoral Effects of FDI"

Presentation

Room 2

Yeling Tan,
University of Oregon

Christina Davis,
Harvard University

"The Limits of Liberalization: WTO Entry and Chinese State-Owned Firms"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

James Bisbee,
New York University

B. Peter Rosendorff,
New York University

"The Occupational Status Threat and Populism"

2:00-2:30
Room 1

Richard Bluhm,
Leibniz University Hannover

Axel Dreher,
Heidelberg University

Andreas Fuchs,
Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg

Bradley Parks,
The College of William and Mary

Austin Strange,
Harvard University

Michael Tierney,
The College of William and Mary

"Connective Financing: Chinese Infrastructure Projects and the Diffusion of Economic Activity in Developing Countries"

Presentation

Room 2

Kathryn Baragwanath Vogel​​​​, UCSD

"The Effects of Oil Shocks on Corruption: Evidence from Brazil"

Presentation

Room 3

Dillon Laaker,
University of Wisconsin - Madison

"Rules of Origin, Global Supply Chains, and Selective Protection"

Presentation | Paper

2:30-3:00
Room 1

Ryan Brutger,
UC Berkeley

Brian Rathburn,

University of Southern California

"Fair Share?: Equity and Equality in American Attitudes Towards Trade"

PresentationPaper

Room 2

Sarah Brooks,
The Ohio State University

Jared Edgerton,
The Ohio State University

Layna Mosley,
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill      

"Strategic Debt Management: How Governments Shape Peer Networks in Sovereign Debt Markets"

Room 3

Tana Johnson,
Duke University

Margaret Foster,
Duke University

Maurits van der Veen,
The College of William and Mary

"Networks Of Divergence? Negotiating Blocs in International Politics"

Presentation

3:00-3:20
  Break  
3:20-3:50
Room 1

Margaret Peters,
UCLA

"Who Stays?"

Presentation

Room 2

Stephanie J. Rickard,
London School of Economics

"Explaining the Backlash Against International Economic Integration"

Presentation |  Paper

Room 3 

Boram Lee,
Harvard University

"Issue Linkage as Electoral Insurance: The Case of NAFTA"

Presentation |  Paper

3:50-4:20
Room 1

Raphael Cunha,
Florida State University

"Financial Globalization and the Partisan Preferences of Firms"

PresentationPaper

Room 2

Aycan Katitaş,
University of Virginia

"Elite Cues and Attitudes Toward Globalization: Evidence from Televised Political Advertising in the U.S."

PresentationPaper 

Room 3

Faisal Z. Ahmed,
Princeton University

"Diplomats and Trade: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment"

Presentation

4:20-4:50
Room 1

Tobias Hofmann,
University of Utah

"Aid, Electoral Politics, and Time-to-Development: Analyzing the Conditional Efficacy of Subnational Development Projects"

Presentation

Room 2

Celeste Beesley,
Brigham Young University

George González,
University of Miami

Peyton Walbeck,
Brigham Young University

Sar Conteh

"The Effects of Brexit on the Gender Bias of British Men"

Presentation

Room 3

Nikhar Gaikwad,
Columbia University

Don Casler,
Columbia University

"Trade Policy Under Empire: Geopolitics, Home Rule, And Market Access In British India, 1921-1949"

Presentation | Paper

5:50
  First Guest Bus Estancia La Jolla to Birch Aquarium
6:00
  Birch Aquarium Open to IPES Guests  
6:10
  Second Guest Bus Estancia La Jolla to Birch Aquarium
6:00-9:30
  Reception and Dinner  
9:00
  First Guest Bus Birch Aquarium to Estancia La Jolla
9:30
  Second Guest Bus Birch Aquarium to Estancia La Jolla
Saturday 16 November 2019
Time Room Presenter Topic
8:30-9:00
  Breakfast  
AM Chairs
Room 1 Sarah Brooks
Room 2 Ed Mansfield
Room 3 Judy Goldstein
9:00-9:30
Room 1 Alexander M. Slaski, Tulane

"Foreign Electoral Uncertainty and Currency Market Spillovers"

Paper

Room 2

Adrian J. Shin,
University of Colorado Boulder

Brendan J. Connell,
University of Colorado Boulder

"Migration in Hard Times: Migrant Pressure and International Crisis Cooperation"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

Sung Eun Kim,
Korea University

Yotam Margalit,
Tel Aviv University ​​​​​​

"Tariffs as Electoral Weapons: The Political Geography of the U.S.-China Trade War"

9:30-10:00
Room 1

Andrew Walter,
London School of Economics

Jeffrey Chwieroth,
London School of Economics

"Financialization, Layering and Populism Financialization, Layering and Populism"

Presentation | Paper

Room 2

Edmund Malesky,
Duke University

Layna Mosley,
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

"Labor Upgrading and Export Market Access in Globally-Oriented Firms: Evidence from Vietnam"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

Jian Xu,
Emory University

Frederick Chen, University of Wisconsin-Madison

"MNC Lawsuit Outcomes in Authoritarian Courts: Evidence from a New Litigation Dataset"

PresentationPaper

10:00-10:30
Room 1

Erkan Gunes,
University of Colorado, Boulder

"Asset Pricing Implications of Policy Issue Attention Dynamics"

Paper

Room 2

Michael M. Bechtel,
Washington University in St. Louis

Elisabeth van Lieshout,
Stanford University

Kenneth F. Scheve,
Stanford University

"Dynamic Climate Cooperation, Time Preferences, and Redistribution"

PresentationPaper

Room 3

Dennis Quinn,
Georgetown University

Lizhi Liu,
Georgetown University

"A China Shock or a Multinational Shock?: The Role of MNC Value Chains in the Trade Shock"

Presentation

10:30-11:00
Room 1

Benjamin Helms,
University of Virginia

David Leblang,
University of Virginia

"International Migration and Global Conflict"

Presentation  | Paper

Room 2

Iain Osgood,
University of Michigan

Jared Cory,
University of Michigan

Michael Lerner,
University of Michigan​​​​​​​

"Supply Chain Linkages and the Extended Carbon Coalition"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

In Song Kim​​​​​​​,
MIT

Nicholas Intscher​​​​​​​,
MIT

Kishore Gawande​​​​​​​,
University of Texas, Austin

"Do Political Institutions Affect Exporters' Market Entry? Evidence from Confidential Firm-level Transaction Data"

11:00-11:10
  Break  
11:10-11:40
Room 1

Anne Spencer Jamison,
University of Wisconsin–Madison

"The Subnational Political Economy of Political Violence and Foreign Direct Investment"

Paper

Room 2

Ryan Weldzius​​​​​​​,
Washington University in St. Louis​​​​​​​

Christopher Lucas​​​​​​​​​​​​​​,
Washington University in St. Louis​​​​​​​

“The End of Currency Manipulation? Global Supply Chains and Exchange Rate Politics.” 

Paper

11:40-12:10
Room 1

Abigail Vaughn,
UCSD

"Politics of Bilateral Swap Agreements"

Paper

Room 2

Christoph Mikulaschek​​​​​​​,
Harvard University

"Cueing Foreign Elite Consensus or Divisions: The Effect of Unanimity in International Organizations on Public Opinion"

Room 3

Lauren Peritz​​​​​​​,
UC Davis​​​​​​​

Adrienne Hosek​​​​​​​,
UC Davis​​​​​​​

"Legislating Globalization: Constructing Trade and Immigration Policy in U.S. Congress"

PresentationPaper

12:10-12:40
Room 1

Federica Genovese,
University of Essex​​​​​​​

Nikhar Gaikwad​​​​​​​,
Columbia University​​​​​​​

Dustin Tingley​​​​​​​,
Harvard University

"Climatic Vulnerability, Compensation Mechanisms, and Support for Climate Policy"

PresentationPaper

Room 2

David Leblang​​​​​​​,
University of Virginia​​​​​​​

"Economic Crises and Mass Migration in the Global South"

Presentation

Room 3

Minju Kim,
University of Chicago​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

"Bureaucratic Politics in Targeted Trade Adjustment"

Presentation | Paper

12:40-1:30
  Lunch Break  
PM Chairs
Room 1 Edmund Malesky 
Room 2 Megumi Naoi
Room 3 David Singer
1:30-2:00
Room 1

Inbok Rhee​​​​​​​,
UCSD​​​​​​​

Youngwang Kim,
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

"Do Chinese Aid Projects Promote Anti-Chinese Sentiment in Africa?: Evidences from Individual and Project-level Geocoded Data"

Presentation

Room 2

Krishna Chaitanya,
University College Dublin​​​​​​​

Yuanxin Li​​​​​​​,
University College Dublin​​​​​​​

Samuel Brazys,
University College Dublin​​​​​​​

Alexander Dukalskis​​​​​​​,
University College Dublin​​​​

"Building Bridges or Breaking Bonds? The Belt and Road Initiative and Foreign Aid Competition"

Presentation

Room 3

Jiakun Jack Zhang,
University of Kansas

"The Role of American Multinationals in the China Trade War"

2:00-2:30
Room 1

Victor Shih,
UCSD

Geoffrey Hoffman​​​​​​​,
University of Houston

"Chinese Defense Firms in the World"

Room 2

Yeling Tan​​​​​​​,
University of Oregon​​​​​​​

David Steinberg​​​​​​​,
SAIS

"Authoritarian Support for the Liberal International Order: Effects of the US-China Trade War on Chinese Public Opinion"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

Robert Gulotty,
University of Chicago

"Supplying Influence: How Supply Chains Shape Corporate Politics"

Presentation

2:30-3:00
Room 1

Claire Peacock,
Simon Fraser University​​​​​​​

Jean-Frédéric Morin​​​​​​​,
Laval University

"(How) Do Withdrawal Provisions Increase Treaty Signatories?"

Presentation

Room 2

Lucy Goodhart​​​​​​​,
Brandeis University

"Social Preferences and The Open Economy: Youth and the Real Exchange Rate"

Presentation

Room 3

Rebecca Perlman,
Princeton University

Elisabeth van Lieshout,
Stanford University

"All About the Money? Regulatory Provisions and Trade Preferences"

PresentationPaper

3:00-3:20
  Break  
3:20-3:50
Room 1

Erica Owen​​​​​​​,
University of Pittsburgh​​​​​​​

Gyu Sang Shim​​​​​​​,
University of Rochester​​​​​​​

Yoo Sun Jung​​​​​​​,
Texas A&M University​​​​​​​

"Heterogeneity in How Investors Respond to Disputes: Greenfield FDI and Co-Industrial Disputes"

Presentation | Paper

Room 2

Zuhad Hai,
Stanford University​​​​​​​

"Automation and Protectionism"

Presentation | Paper

Room 3

Ryan M. Powers​​​​​​​,
University of Georgia​​​​​​​

Frederick R. Chen​​​​​​​,
University of Wisconsin–Madison

Jon C.W. Pevehouse​​​​​​​,
University of Wisconsin–Madison

"Regime Type and Country-specific Trade Attitudes"

PresentationPaper

3:50-4:20
Room 2

Thomas Pepinsky,
Cornell University​​​​​​​

Sara Wallace Goodman,
University of California, Irvine

"The Exclusionary Foundations of Embedded Liberalism"

PaperPresentation

  Room 3

Katja B. Kleinberg,
Binghamton University

"'Folk Mercantilism'? The Structure of Uninformed Trade Preferences"
4:20 - 4:50 Room 1

Desha Girod,
Georgetown University

Paula Ganga,
Georgetown University

"Tied Aid and Economic Development"
Presentation | Paper 

  Room 2

Krzysztof Pelc,
McGill University

"In the Name of the Holy Trinity": Examining Credibility Under Anarchy Through 250 Years of Treaty Making"

Presentation | Paper

  Room 3

Daniel Stegmueller,
Duke University

Michael Becher,
University of Toulouse

"Global Economic Shocks, Local Economic Institutions, and Legislative Responses"

PresentationPaper

5:30
  Guest Shuttle- Estancia La Jolla to Border X Brewing  
6:00-8:00
  Dinner- Border X Brewing  
8:00
  Guest Shuttle- Border X Brewing to Estancia La Jolla