RESEARCH Recent Articles Books Work in Progress
Responses to Balance-of-Payments Crises: The Role of Elections."
Maya J. Duru and Jeffry A. Frieden) Open
Economies Review 27,
Rates and Industry Demands for Trade Protection (with
Seth H. Werfel).
2 (May 2014):393-416. Data and code are here.
The United States Congress and IMF Financing, 1944-2009. The Review of International Organizations 6, 3 (September, 2011): 341-368. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
The Effectiveness of Monetary Policy Anchors: Firm-Level Evidence (with Michael Plouffe).. International Organization 64, 4 (Fall 2010): 695-717. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
Congressional Voting on Funding the International Financial Institutions. The Review of International Organizations 3, 4 (December 2008): 351-374.Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
Exchange-Rate Policy Attitudes: Direct Evidence from Survey Data (with Jeffry Frieden and Stephen Weymouth). 2008. IMF Staff Papers 55, (3): 417-444. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
Congressional Politics of Financing the International Monetary Fund (with Michael Brewster Hawes). International Organization 60, 2 (Spring 2006): 367-399. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
U.S. Domestic Politics and International Monetary Fund Policy (with Michael Brewster Hawes). In Delegation and Agency in International Organizations. Edited by Darren Hawkins, David A. Lake, Daniel Nielson, and Michael J. Tierney. Cambridge University Press, 2006. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
The Political Economy of Exchange Rates (with Jeffrey A. Frieden). In The Oxford Handbook of Political Economy. Edited by Barry R. Weingast and Donald Wittman. Oxford University Press, 2006.
Changing IMF Quotas: The Role of the United States Congress. In Reforming the Governance of the IMF and the World Bank. Edited by Ariel Buira, pp. 283-308. London: Anthem Press, 2005.
Congressional Politics of International Financial Rescues. American Journal of Political Science 49, 3 (July 2005): 479-496. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
Paying for Privilege: The Political Economy of Bank of England Charters, 1694-1844 (with Richard S. Grossman). 2004. Explorations in Economic History 41, 1 (January): 48-72.
Political System Transparency and Monetary Commitment Regimes. International Organization 56, 4 (Autumn 2002):863-889. Data and code available at the Dataverse Network.
The Political Economy of Monetary Institutions. (with William Bernhard and William R. Clark). Introduction to a Special Issue of International Organization on the Political Economy of Monetary Institutions. 56, 4 (Autumn 2002):693-723.
Origins of the Federal Reserve System: International Incentives and the Domestic Free-Rider Problem. International Organization 53 1 (Winter 1999): 39-70.
"The Origins of Central Banking: Solutions to the Free Rider Problem." International Organization 52, 2 (Spring 1998): 231-268.
"The Domestic Politics of International Monetary Order: The Gold Standard." In Contested Social Orders and International Politics. Edited by David Skidmore, pp. 53-91, Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 1997.
International Origins of the Federal Reserve System (Cornell University Press, 1997).
Reviews can be found in the following journals (click on the links to see scanned copies):
The Political Economy of Monetary Institutions. Edited with William Bernhard and William Roberts Clark (MIT Press, 2003).
International Political Economy: Perspectives on Power and Wealth 6th Edition. Edited with Jeffry A. Frieden and David A. Lake (W.W. Norton, 2017).
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