Research

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)

Under review

"Exit or Voice? Corruption Perceptions and Emigration."

"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)

In progress

"Global Economic Integration and Nativist Politics in India."

"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)