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Friday, November 9
8:00-9:00   Breakfast/registration Main Lounge, Newcomb Hall
AM Chairs South Meeting Room David Lake  
  Commonwealth Room David Stasavage  
  Kaleidoscope Room Layna Mosley  
9:00-9:30 South Meeting Room Isa Camyar,
University of Pennsylvania
Bahar Ulupinar,
"War Inc. or Peace Inc.? Firms, War and the Political Micro-Economy of International Conflict"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Michael Aklin,
New York University
"Guilty By Association: Information, Transparency, and the Contagion of Financial Crises"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Michael Bechtel,
ETH Zurich
Kenneth Scheve,
Yale University
"Individual Preferences for International Environmental Cooperation"
(PRESENTATION)
9:30-10:00 South Meeting Room Brenton Peterson,
University of Virginia
"For Safety or Self-Interest? The Political Economy of State Travel Advisories"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Stephen Weymouth,
Georgetown University
J. Bradford Jensen,
Georgetown University
Dennis P. Quinn,
"Currency Undervaluation Provokes Trade Disputes in Some Settings but Not Others"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Thomas Bernauer,
ETH ZUrich
Robert Gampfer,
ETH Zurich
"Burden Sharing in Global Climate Change Policy: Could Climatic Shocks Make Unfair Deals More Acceptable?"
(PRESENTATION)
10:00-10:30 South Meeting Room Kevin Young,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Stefano Pagliari,
London School of Economics
"Leveraged Interests: The Role of Private Sector Coalitions in Financial Industry Lobbying Power"?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Henrik Enderlein,
Hertie School of Governance
Christoph Trebesch,

Laura von Daniels,
"Democracies Default Differently: Regime Type and Sovereign Debt Crisis Resolution"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Kaj Thomsson,
Maastricht University
Christine Gutekunst,
Maastricht University
"A Model of International Public Goods Negotiations with Heterogeneous Agents"
(PRESENTATION)
10:30-10:50   Break
10:50-11:20 South Meeting Room John Ahlquist,
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ben Ansell,
University of Minnesota
"A Redistributive Ramsey Rule? Electoral institutions, credit, and political responses to economic polarization"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room J. Lawrence Broz,
University of California, San Diego
"The Federal Reserve as Global Lender of Last Resort, 2007-2010"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Phillip Lipscy,
Stanford University
"The Electoral Politics of Energy Efficiency"
(PRESENTATION)
11:20-11:50 South Meeting Room Sarah Brooks,
Ohio State University
Marcus Kurtz,
Ohio State University
"Interdependence, Endogeneity and Natural Resource Abundance: Rethinking the Political Resource Curse"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Liam McGrath,
University of Essex
"Political Systems and Debt Default: The Choice Between Domestic and External Default"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Erick Duchesne,
University Laval
Bruno Larue,
University Laval
Francoios Langlois,
Binghamton University
"Food aid distributional patterns by delivery modes"
(PRESENTATION)
11:50-12:20 South Meeting Room David Leblang,
University of Virginia
William Bernhard,
University of Illinois
"Bank Crises and Political Survival"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Laura von Daniels,
Harvard University
"Fiscal institutions and sovereign risk perceptions: do investors value stronger centralization of budget decisions?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Leonardo Baccini,
Princeton University
Edmund J. Malesky,
University of California, San Diego
"Trade Liberalization, Heterogeneous Firms, and Lobbying Power: Evidence from Vietnam's Accession to the WTO"
(PRESENTATION)
12:20-1:20   Lunch Break Main Lounge, Newcomb Hall
PM Chairs South Meeting Room David Stasavage  
  Commonwealth Room Layna Mosley  
  Kaleidoscope Room Kenneth Scheve  
1:20-1:50 South Meeting Room Dustin Tingley,
Harvard University
Helen Milner,
Princeton University
"Sailing the Water's Edge: Where Domestic Politics Meets Foreign Policy"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room David Bearce,
University of Colorado at Boulder
Kim-Lee Tuxhorn
University of Colorado at Boulder
"Do Individuals with an International Business Orientation Really Prefer Exchange Rate Stability? Evidence from a Survey on Monetary/Exchange Rate Policy Preferences."
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Sijeong Lim,
University of Washington
Layna Mosley
University of North Carolina
Assem Prakash
University of Washington
"Trade, Aid, and Labor Rights"
(PRESENTATION)
1:50-2:20 South Meeting Room Daniel Blake,
IE Business School
"Managing Political Risk: Diversification or Specialization?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Till Cordes,
Hertie School of Governance
"The Democratic Debt Advantage Revisited: It is Veto Players"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Megumi Naoi,
University of California, San Diego
Arata Kuno,
"Framing Business Interests: How Campaigns Affect Firms’ Positions on Preferential Trade Agreements"
(PRESENTATION)
2:20-2:50 South Meeting Room Tim Buthe,
Duke University
"Business Partisanship and Economic Globalization"
  Commonwealth Room Stephen Kaplan,
George Washington University
"Bubbles and Burdens: How Debt Structure Affects Post-Crisis Reforms"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Shahrzad Sabet,
Harvard University
"Feelings First: Non-Material Factors as Moderators of Self-Interest Effects on Trade Preferences"
(PRESENTATION)
2:50-3:10   Break
3:10-3:40 South Meeting Room Jason McMann,
Princeton University
"Explaining Attitudes toward Economic Integration: The Conditional Impact of National-Level Perceptions"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Christina Schneider,
University of California, San Diego
Benjamin F. Bohr,
"The Domestic Politics of International Financial Bailouts"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Julia Gray,
University of Pennsylvania
Raymond Hicks,
Princeton University
"Investor Perceptions and Trade Agreements - An Experiment-Based Approach"
(PRESENTATION)
3:40-4:10 South Meeting Room Michael Smith,
Columbia University
"Who Gets a Lifeline? A Political Economy of Corporate Bailouts"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Andrew Walter,
London School of Economics
"Understanding and explaining international financial standards compliance"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Nikhar Gaikwad,
Yale University
Allison Carnegie,
Yale University
Cameron Ballard-Rosa,
Yale University
"Economic Crisis and Sectoral Variation in Trade Policy"
(PRESENTATION)
4:10-4:40 South Meeting Room Johannes Urpelainen,
Columbia University
Sung Eun Kim,
Columbia University
"Hegemonic Foreign Policy in a World of Regions: Buying Influence and Supporting Allies"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Sarah Brooks,
Ohio State University
Raphael da Cunha,
Ohio State University
"Categories, Creditworthiness and Contagion: How Investors' Shortcuts Affect Sovereign Debt Markets"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Thomas Pepinsky,
Cornell University
"Import Competition and American Decolonization, 1898-1959"
(PRESENTATION)
5:00-8:30   Reception and Dinner Ash Lawn-Highland
Schedule for Friday dinner:
5:00 pm - Board charters buses in front of Newcomb Hall
5:30 pm - Arrive at Ash Lawn-Highland, historic home of US President James Monroe
    - Reception in Ash Lawn-Highland Barn and tours of main house/museum
6:45 pm - Dinner commences in the Ash Lawn-Highland Barn
8:30 pm - Board charter buses for return to conference hotels


Saturday, November 10
8:00-8:30   Breakfast Main Lounge, Newcomb Hall
AM Chairs South Meeting Room Kenneth Scheve  
  Commonwealth Room Sonal Pandya  
  Kaleidoscope Room Judy Goldstein  
8:30-9:00 South Meeting Room Lucy Goodhart,
Columbia University
"Becoming Red and Blue: Globalization, Skills, Preferences and Votes across American States"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Cristina Bodea,
Michigan State University
Raymond Hicks,
Princeton University
"Central Bank Independence and Inflation: Updating the evidence"
  Kaleidoscope Room Dave Ohls,
University of Wisconsin
"Trade, Conflict, and the Strategic Incentives of Indirect Economic Interdependence"
(PRESENTATION)
9:00-9:30 South Meeting Room Daniela Campello,
Princeton University
"International Economic Cycles and Voting Behavior in Latin America"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Jeffrey Chwieroth,
London School of Economics
"Fashions and Fads in Finance: Contingent Policy Diffusion and the Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Fund Creation"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Alastair Smith,
New York University
"The Impact of Leader Turnout on the Onset and Resolution of WTO Disputes"
(PRESENTATION)
9:30-10:00 South Meeting Room Andrew Coe,
Harvard University
"The Modern Economic Peace"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Yotam Margalit,
Columbia University
Jens Hainmueller,
MIT
Michael Bechtel,
ETH Zurich
"Sharing the Pain: Explaining Public Opinion Towards International Financial Bailouts"
  Kaleidoscope Room Hyeran Jo,
Texas A&M University
Kishore Gawande,
Texas A&M University
"Trade Liberalization by Tariff Design: Carve-out, Phase-out and Tariff Cuts"
(PRESENTATION)
10:00-10:15   Break
10:15-10:45 South Meeting Room Constantine Boussalis,
Harvard Law School
Hal T. Nelson,

Peter Noordijk,
"Social Capital, Democracy, and Trade Liberalization"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Erik Wibbels,
Duke University
Layna Mosley,
University of North Carolina
"Who is 'the Market' and What Does It Want? Public Policy, Bond Markets, and Credit Default Swaps"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Christina Davis,
Princeton University
Andreas Fuchs,

Kris Johnson,
Princeton University
"State Control and the Effects of Foreign Relations on Bilateral Trade"
(PRESENTATION)
10:45-11:15 South Meeting Room Nita Rudra,
University of Pittsburgh
Ida Bastiaens,
University of Pittsburgh
"Why Democracies Escalate the Race to the Bottom: International Trade and Government Revenues in Developing Countries"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Meredith Wilf,
Princeton University
"A Stake in the International: Financial Services Firms and Basel III Regulatory Announcements"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Robert Gulotty,
Stanford University
"Does Reciprocity Still Work? Disciplining non-tariff measures when production is global"
(PRESENTATION)
11:15-11:45 South Meeting Room Stefanie Walter,
University of Heidelberg
"Distributional Politics in Times of Crisis: Eastern European Policy Responses to the 2008-2010 Global Economic Crisis"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Jana Grittersova,
University of California, Riverside
"Foreign Banks, Reputation, and Sovereign Credit Ratings: Evidence from Transition Economies"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Martin Gassebner,
ETH Zurich
Peter Egger,
ETH Zurich
"Does terrorism really deter trade?"
11:45-12:15 South Meeting Room Brad LeVeck,
University of California San Diego
Emilie M. Hafner-Burton,
University of California San Diego
David G. Victor,
University of California San Diego
"A Behavioral Approach to International Cooperation"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Randall Stone,
University of Rochester
Jeffrey B. Marshall,
"Strategic Entry: Multinationals, FDI, and Politics"
(
PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Michael Tomz,
Stanford University
Sungmin Rho,
Stanford University
"Industry, Self-Interest, and Individual Preferences over Trade Policy"
(PRESENTATION)
12:15-1:15   Lunch Main Lounge, Newcomb Hall
PM Chairs South Meeting Room David Lake  
  Commonwealth Room Nita Rudra  
  Kaleidoscope Room David Leblang  
1:15-1:45 South Meeting Room Rachel Brewster,
Duke Law School
Adam Chilton,
Harvard University
"Supplying Compliance: Domestic Sources of Trade Law and Policy"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Nathan Jensen,
Washington University
Noel P. Johnston,
Washington University
Chia-yi Lee,
Washington University
Abdulhadi Sahin, Washington University
"Economic Shock, Political Shifts, and Sovereign Theft: The Domestic and International Determinants of Investment Expropriation"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Steven Liao,
University of Virginia
"Specifying Mobility: Trade, Inequality, and Democratization In Developing Countries"
(PRESENTATION)
1:45-2:15 South Meeting Room Faisal Ahmed,
Oxford University
"Congressional Partisanship, Foreign Aid And Repression Abroad"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Sonal Pandya,
University of Virginia
"Doctors With Borders: Occupational Licensing as an Implicit Barrier to High-Skill Migration"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Jennifer Tobin,
Georgetown University
Stephen Kosack, Harvard University
"Trade and Welfare: A Race to the Bottom or the Top?"
(PRESENTATION)
2:15-2:45 South Meeting Room Melissa Lee,
Stanford University
Melina R. Platas,
Stanford University
"Vertical Aid Externalities: Evidence from the Case of PEPFAR"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Benjamin Graham,
University of Southern California
"Political Risk Specialists: The Effect of Prior Experience on Firms' Political Risk Sensitivity"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Margaret Peters,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Globalization and Industry Support for Immigration"
(PRESENTATION)
2:45-3:00   Break
3:00-3:30 South Meeting Room Felicity Vabulas,
University of Chicago
Jon Pevehouse,
University of Wisconsin
"Foreign Lobbies and Foreign Aid: Is US Assistance for Sale?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Quan Li,
Texas A&M
Guoyong Liang,
UNCTAD
"Political Relations and Chinese Outbound Direct Investment: Evidence from Firm- and Dyadic-Level Tests"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room David Hsu,
Princeton University
"Raise or Resist? Explaining Barriers to Temporary Migration during the Global Recession"
(PRESENTATION)
3:30-4:00 South Meeting Room Sarah Bermeo,
Duke University
"Making Sense of the Dollars: What does Foreign Aid Really Measure?"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Pablo Pinto,
Columbia University
Santiago Pinto,
West Virginia University
"Opportunistic Taxation under Varying Costs of Redeployment: Evidence from the Auto Industry in Latin America"
  Kaleidoscope Room Adrian Shin,
University of Michigan
"Mobility of Rights: Exchange Rates, Labor Mobility, and Immigration Policies in an Integrated World"
(PRESENTATION)
4:00-4:30 South Meeting Room Allison Carnegie,
Yale University
"Instruments of Coercion: Aid and Trade as Substitute Policy Levers"
(PRESENTATION)
  Commonwealth Room Allison Kingsley,
University of Vermont
Benjamin Graham,
University of Southern California
Noel P. Johnston,
Washington University
"How Sovereigns Steal: Political Constraints and the Choice between Transfer and Expropriation Rents"
(PRESENTATION)
  Kaleidoscope Room Margaret Peters,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Judith Goldstein,
Stanford University
Douglas Rivers,
Stanford University
"Support for Globalization in Good Times and Bad"
(PRESENTATION)
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