2019 IPES Conference Program 

15 - 16 November 

University of California, San Diego

Friday 15 November 2019
Time Room Presenter Topic
8:15-9:15
  Breakfast  
AM Chairs
Room 1 TBD
Room 2 TBD
Room 3 TBD
9:15-9:45
Room 1

Alexandra Guisinger,
Temple University

Katja Kleinberg,
Binghamton University

"Gender Discrimination and Preferences for Trade Protection"

Room 2

Sonal Pandya,
University of Virginia

Robert Kubinec,
Princeton University

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

Room3 

Weiyi Shi,
UCSD

Boliang Zhu,
Penn State University

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

9:45-10:15
Room 1

Nita Rudra,
Georgetown University

Helen V. Milner,
Princeton University

H.P. Harish

 

"FDI and the Politics of Informality"

 

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"

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"

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"

Room 3

Amanda Kennard,
New York University

"The Logic of Coalitions in Multilateral Bargaining: Theory and Evidence from the Regimes for Trade and Climate Change"

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?"

Room 2

Junghyun Lim,
University of Pittsburgh

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

Room 3

Caleb Ziolkowski,
UCLA

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

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"

Room 2

Ida Bastiaens,
Fordham University

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

Room 3

Lindsay R. Dolan,
Princeton University

Helen V. Milner,
Princeton University

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

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"

Room 2

Lauren L. Ferry,
UCSD

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

Room 3

Joshua D. Kertzer,
Harvard University

Pablo Barberá,
Facebook

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"

12:30-1:30
  Lunch Break  
PM Chairs
Room 1 TBD
Room 2 TBD
Room 3 TBD
1:30-2:00
Room 1

Jonas Bunte,
UT Dallas ​​​​​​​

"Electoral Effects of FDI"

Room 2

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

Christina Davis,
Harvard University​​​​​​​

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

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"

Room 2

Kathryn Baragwanath Vogel​​​​, UCSD​​​​​​​

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

Room 3

Dillon Laaker,
University of Wisconsin - Madison

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

2:30-3:00
Room 1

Ryan Brutger,
UC Berkeley

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

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"

3:00-3:20
  Break  
3:20-3:50
Room 1

Margaret Peters​​​​​​​,
UCLA​​​​​​​

"Who Stays?"

Room 2

Stephanie J. Rickard​​​​​​​,
London School of Economics

"Explaining the Backlash Against International Economic Integration"

Room 3 

Boram Lee,
Harvard University

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

3:50-4:20
Room 1

Raphael Cunha​​​​​​​,
Florida State University

"Financial Globalization and the Partisan Preferences of Firms"
Room 2

Aycan Katitaş​​​​​​​,
University of Virginia

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

Room 3

Faisal Z. Ahmed​​​​​​​,
Princeton University​​​​​​​

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

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"

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"

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"

6:30-9:00
  Dinner  
Saturday 16 November 2019
Time Room Presenter Topic
8:30-9:00
  Breakfast  
AM Chairs
Room 1 TBD
Room 2 TBD
Room 3 TBD
9:00-9:30
Room 1

Stefanie Walter​​​​​​​,
University of Zurich​​​​​​​

"EU-27 Public Opinion About Brexit"

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"

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"

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"

Room 3

Jian Xu,
Emory University

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

10:00-10:30
Room 1

Erkan Gunes,
University of Colorado, Boulder

"Asset Pricing Implications of Policy Issue Attention Dynamics"

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"
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 Political"

10:30-11:00
Room 1

Benjamin Helms​​​​​​​,
University of Virginia​​​​​​​

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

"International Migration and Global Conflict"

Room 2

Iain Osgood​​​​​​​,
University of Michigan​​​​​​​

Jared Cory​​​​​​​,
University of Michigan​​​​​​​

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

"The Carbon Coalition"

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"

Room 2

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

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

"Interdependence and Monetary Policy Diffusion"

Room 3

Meir Alkon,
Princeton University​​​​​​​

"Local Sociotropism: How Community Variation in Trade Exposures Affects Voter Preferences"
11:40-12:10
Room 1

Abigail Vaughn,
UCSD

"Politics of Bilateral Swap Agreements"

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"

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"

Room 2

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

"Economic Crises and Mass Migration in the Global South"

Room 3

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

"Bureaucratic Politics in Targeted Trade Adjustment"

12:40-1:30
  Lunch Break  
PM Chairs
Room 1 TBD
Room 2 TBD
Room 3 TBD
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"

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"

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"

Room 3

Robert Gulotty,
University of Chicago

"Supplying Influence: How Supply Chains Shape Corporate Politics"

2:30-3:00
Room 1

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

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

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

Room 2

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

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

Room 3

Rebecca Perlman,
Princeton University

Elisabeth van Lieshout,
Stanford University

"After Tariffs: How Regulatory Provisions Jeopardize Support for Trade Deals"

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"

Room 2

Zuhad Hai,
Stanford University​​​​​​​

"Automation and Protectionism"

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"

3:50-4:20
Room 1

Felicity Vabulas​​​​​​​,
Pepperdine University

"Domestic Politics and IOs"

Room 2

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

Sara Wallace Goodman,
University of California, Irvine

"The Exclusionary Foundations of Embedded Liberalism"

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"

Room 2

Krzysztof Pelc,
McGill University​​​​​​​

"In The Name Of The Holy Trinity”: Examining Credibility Under Anarchy Through 250 Years Of Treaty-Making"

Room 3

Daniel Stegmueller,
Duke University​​​​​​​

Michael Becher,
University of Toulouse

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