International Economic Policy

Aaronson, Susan, “What Are We Talking About When We Discuss Digital Protectionism?”, Forthcoming, World Trade Review, Winter 2018

Kaminsky, Graciela Laura, Globalización en la periferia: qué se gana y qué se pierde en la política monetaria,” BoletínVol 62 (2), 121-132 April 2017

Kaplan, Stephen, Partisan technocratic cycles in Latin America,” Electoral Studies, Vol. 45, 219-229, February 2017

Kaplan, Stephen,  “Banking unconditionally: the political economy of Chinese finance in Latin America,” Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 23, 346-676, September 2016

Aaronson, Susan“The Digital Trade Imbalance and Its Implications for Internet Governance,” Global Commission on Internet Governance, February 2016.

Kaminsky, Graciela Laura, with Pablo Vega-Garcia, “Systemic and idiosyncratic sovereign debt crises,” Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol 14(1), 80-114, February 2016

Shambaugh, Jay C. with Joong Shik Kang, “The rise and fall of European current account deficits,” Economic Policy, Vol 31 (85), 153-199, January 2016

Charnovitz, Steve“An Appraisal of the Labor Chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership,” Committee on Ways and Means Democrats, January 2016.

Aaronson, Susan“Why Trade Agreements are not Setting Information Free: The Lost History and Reinvigorated Debate over Cross-Border Data Flows, Human Rights and National Security”World Trade Review, April 2015.

Aaronson, Susan With Rod Abouharb, “Does the WTO help member states improve governance?”World Trade Review, 13, iss 3, (2014): 547-582.

Aaronson, Susan,“Righting Business: John Ruggie and the Struggle to Develop International Human Rights Standards for Transnational Firms,” Dec. 2013, Human Rights Quarterly

Charnovitz, Steve with Daniel C. Esty, “How the United States Can Improve Energy and Climate Policies,” World Financial Review, July/August 2012.

Charnovitz, Steve “Correcting America’s Continuing Failure to Comply with the Avena Judgment,” American Journal of International Law, July 2012.

Joutz, Fred, withGail Cohan and Prakash Loungani, “Energy Security: Depend, but Diversify,” Energy Dialogue, April 2011.

Joutz, Fred, with Gail Cohan and Prakash Loungani, “Measuring energy security: Trends in the diversification of oil and natural gas supplies,” Energy Policy Vol. 39, pp.4860-4869. 2011.

Pelzman, Joseph“The Economics of the Middle East and North Africa (Mena).”World Scientific Pub Co, 2011.

Pelzman, Joseph. with Amir Shoham. “A Review Of The Crisis.” Global Economy Journal Vol. 11 No. 2, 2011.

 

 

 

 

 

Susan Aaronson

Research Professor of International Affairs

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Expertise: economic growth and human rights, digital trade and internet governance, global trade, free trade agreements, WTO
Education: Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins
Categories of Work: U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance, International Trade
Streams of Work: Trade and Internet Governance; Work to Make Trade Policy More Trusted, Transparent, and Accountable

 

 

Micheal Barne

Professor of International Affairs and Political Science

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Expertise: International affairs, global governance, humanitarianism, and the Middle East
Education: Ph.D from University of Minnesota

Categories of Work: Global Economic Governance

William Becker

Professor of History and International Affairs

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Expertise: History of business, business-government relations, international economy
Education: Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University
Categories of Work: Global Economic Governance, International Trade

 

 

 Steve Charnovitz

Associate Professor of Law

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Expertise: International Trade, International Labor Law, International Law, U.S. Foreign Relations Law, Environmental Sustainability
Education: J.D. from Yale University, M.P.P. from Harvard University
Categories of Work: Global Economic Governance, International Trade

Barry Chiswick

Professor of Economics and International Affairs

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Expertise: Skill acquisition, the labor market adjustment and economic impact of immigrants and immigration policy, and the human capital and labor market behavior of racial, religious, and ethnic groups
Education: Ph.D. from Columbia University

 

 

James E. Foster

Professor of Economics and International Affairs

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Expertise: Development economics, inequality and poverty, economic theory and policy
Education: Ph.D from Cornell University
Categories of Work: Development Economics and Poverty Alleviation, Economics of Ultra-Poverty, U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance

David Grier

Associate Professor of International Science and Technology Policy and International Affairs

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Expertise: Globalization and international standardization, scientific institutions, history of science
Education: Ph.D from University of Washington
Categories of Work: U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance

 

 

Frederick L. Joutz

Professor of Economics

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Expertise: Macroeconomic and energy econometric modeling, forecasting
Education: Ph.D from McGill University (Quebec)
Categories of Work: International Finance

Graciela Laura Kaminsky

Professor of Economics and International Affairs

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Expertise: International Finance, Topics in Emerging Markets, Macroeconomics, and topics in Economic Development
Education: Ph.D from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Categories of Work: U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance, International Finance

 

 

Stephen Kaplan

Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

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Expertise: Political economy of global markets and development, politics of macroeconomic policymaking, Latin American politics
Education: Ph.D from Yale University
Categories of Work: U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance, International Finance, International Trade

Danny M. Leipziger

Professor of International Business

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Expertise: Development Economics, International Economic Policy, Macro and Economic Growth
Education: Ph.D from Brown University
Categories of Work: Development Economics and Poverty Alleviation, Economics of Ultra-Poverty, U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance, International Finance

 

 

Mitchell O. Moore

Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Director of International Trade and Investment Policy Program (2010-2012 and 2014-Present), and Director of the Institute for International Economic Policy (2007-2009)

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Expertise: U.S. trade policy, the economics of antidumping, foreign direct investment
Education: Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison
Categories of Work: U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance, International Finance

Jennifer W. Spencer

Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs and Director, Center for International Business Education and Research (GW-CIBER)

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Expertise: Knowledge spillovers from multinational enterprises, knowledge diffusion and knowledge sharing, international entrepreneurship, emergence of high technology industries
Education: Ph.D from University of Minnesota
Categories of Work: International Trade, International Finance

 

 

Stephan Smith

Professor of Economics and International Affairs, Former Director of Institute for International Economic Policy (2009-2012, 2015-2017)

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Expertise: Development economics, poverty, economics of organization, economics of participation
Education: Ph.D from Cornell University
Categories of Work: Development Economics and Poverty Alleviation, Adaptation to Climate Change, Economics of Ultra-Poverty, U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance

David Szakonyi

Assistant Professor of Political Science

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Expertise: Political economy; business-government relations; post-Soviet politics; corruption; authoritarianism; clientelism
Education: PhD, Columbia University

 

 

Emmanuel Teitelbaum

Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

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Expertise: Comparative politics, South Asian politics, political economy of development, and political economy of labor
Education: Ph.D. from Cornell University

Robert J. Weiner

Professor of International Business, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International Affairs

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Expertise: Political economy of energy security, oil & conflict, energy crises, resource nationalism, and US-Chinese competition for oil
Education: Ph.D., Harvard University

 

 

Jay C. Shambaugh

Professor of Economics and International Affairs

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Expertise: International Macroeconomics
Education: Ph.D from U.C. Berkeley University
Categories of Work: U.S.-China Economic Relations, Global Economic Governance, International Finance