My research interests lie in three areas of international political economy. First, I am interested in the political economy of globalization. My dissertation explores how the global spread of production reshapes politics in emerging economies. I am also engaged in several projects related to the politics of international migration. Finally, I have additional research interests at the intersection of international political economy and international security.
Please click here to view my CV and see below for a list of my works under review and in progress.
(* indicates undergraduate collaborator)
"International Migration and Interstate Conflict." (with David Leblang and Philip Potter)
"Labor Market Policy as Immigration Control: The Case of Temporary Protected Status." (with David Leblang)
"War on Aisle 5: Casualties, National Identity, and Consumer Behavior." (with Sonal Pandya and Rajkumar Venkatesan)
"Labor Market Policies, Remittances, and Global Migration." with David Leblang, Alexa Iadarola*, Ankita Satpathy*, Kelsey Hunt, Rebecca Brough*, and Eric Xu*.
"Bartering Bureaucrats: Foreign Direct Investment Shapes Governance." (with Sonal Pandya and Sheetal Sekhri)
"Highway Through the Danger Zone: Thresholds of Democratic Survival and Breakdown." (with Jonathan Kropko, David Leblang, and Anne Meng)
"(How) Does Credit Influence Who Migrates?" (with Eric Arias)