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DEGREES

Ph.D., Economics (with Distinction), Columbia University, New York, 1993.

M.Phil., Economics, Columbia University, 1989.

M.A. Economics, Columbia University, 1989.

B.A. (Honours), Economics, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1986.

B.Sc., Mathematics, University of the Witwatersrand, 1985.

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

International Political Economy, Terrorism and Human Rights, International Trade and Investment, International Law.

APPOINTMENTS

Professor, Department of Politics, New York University, 2013-

Associate Professor, Department of Politics, New York University, 2006-2013

Associate Professor, School of International Relations and Department of Economics, University of Southern California, 2000-2006.

Assistant Professor, School of Foreign Service and Department of Economics, Georgetown University, 1999-2000.

Assistant Professor, School of International Relations, University of Southern California, 1998-1999.

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Southern California, 1992-1998.

Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, 1989-1991.

Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1986.

APPOINTMENTS (Other)

Editorial Board, International Interactions, Taylor and Francis, 2014

Visiting Professor, Georgetown University, 2013

Affiliated Professor, New York University, Abu Dhabi, 2013-

Affiliated Associate Professor, New York University, Abu Dhabi, 2010-2013

Editor, Economics and Politics, Blackwell/Wiley Publishers, 2006 –

Co-editor: Economics and Politics, Blackwell Publishers, 1999-2005.

Editorial Board, International Organization, Cambridge University Press, 2002-2008, 2009-2015

Editorial Board, Journal of Politics, Cambridge University Press, 2013-

Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, University of Southern California, 2009-2010

Advisory Board, Political Economy: International Political Economy eJournal, Political Science Network, Social Science Research Network, 2007-

Co-editor, special issue of Journal of Conflict Resolution on the Political Economy of International Terrorism, April 2005.

Director, Center for International Studies, University of Southern California, 2003-2006.

Visiting Scholar, Department of Political Science, University of California – Los Angeles, 1997.

HONORS, AWARDS AND RESEARCH FUNDING

College Faculty Development Awards, University of Southern California 1999 – 2006

Project Director, The Japan Foundation, 2006.

Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, 1997-1998.

Fellow, College Award for Research Excellence, University of Southern California, 1997-1998 and 2001-2002.

Fellow, Zumberge Faculty Research and Innovation Fund, University of Southern California, 1993-1995 and 1999-2001.

Ph.D. Awarded with Distinction, Columbia University, 1993.

Research Fellow, Center for the Social Sciences, Columbia University, 1989-1992.

President’s Fellow, Columbia University, 1986-1989

Senior Bursar, University of the Witwatersrand, 1984-1985.

Bursar, Human Sciences Research Council, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1984-1985.

 

PUBLICATIONS and WORKING PAPERS

Political Economy of International Trade and Investment

Journal Articles

[1] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Voluntary Export Restraints, Anti-Dumping Procedure and Domestic Politics,” American Economic Review, 1996, 86(3): 544-561.

Reprinted in
Douglas R. Nelson and Hylke Vandenbussche, eds. The WTO and Anti-Dumping, London: Edward Elgar, 2005.

[2] Milner, Helen and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Trade Negotiations, Information and Domestic Politics: The Role of Domestic Groups,” Economics and Politics, 1996, 8(2): 145-189.

[3] Milner, Helen and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Democratic Politics and International trade Negotiations: Elections and Divided Government as Constraints on Trade Liberalization,” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1997, 41(1): 117-147.

[4] Mansfield, Edward, Helen Milner and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Free to Trade: Democracies, Autocracies and International Trade Negotiations,” American Political Science Review, 2000, 94(2): 305-322.

Reprinted in
Benjamin J. Cohen, ed., The Library of Essays in International Relations Series – International Political Economy, London: Ashgate, 2005.
Hathaway, Oona Anne and Harold Hongju Koh, eds. Foundations of International Law and Politics. New York, NY: Foundation Press, 2005. (excerpt).
David A. Baldwin, ed., Key Concepts in The New Global Economy, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012.

[5] Mansfield, Edward, Helen Milner and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Replication, Realism, and Robustness: Analyzing Political Regimes and International Trade”, American Political Science Review, 2002, 96(1):167-69.

[6] Mansfield, Edward, Helen Milner and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Why Democracies Cooperate More: Electoral Control and International Trade Agreements,” International Organization, 2002, 56(3):477-514.

Reprinted in
David A. Baldwin, ed., Key Concepts in The New Global Economy, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012.
Edward D. Mansfield, ed., International Trade and the New Global Economy, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015

[7] Hollyer, James and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Leadership Survival, Regime Type, Policy Uncertainty and PTA Accession,” International Studies Quarterly, 2012, 56(4):748-764.

[8] B. Peter Rosendorff and Kongjoo Shin, “Regime Type and International Commercial Agreements” International Journal of Economic Theory, 2015, 11:107-119

Book Chapters

[9] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Endogenous Trade Restrictions and Domestic Political Pressure” in Robert C. Feenstra, Gene M. Grossman and Doug Irwin, eds., The Political Economy of Trade Policy: Essays in Honor of Jagdish Bhagwati, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1996.

[10] Milner, Helen and B. Peter Rosendorff, “A Model of the Two-Level Game,” in Helen Milner, Interests, Institutions and Information: Domestic Politics and International Relations, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997.

[11] Milner, Helen and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Appendix: A Model of the Two-Level Game,” in Helen Milner, Interests, Institutions and Information: Domestic Politics and International Relations. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997.

[12] Milner, Helen, B. Peter Rosendorff and Edward D. Mansfield, “International Trade and Domestic Politics: The Domestic Sources of International Trade Agreements and Institutions” in Eyal Benvenisti and Moshe Hirsch, eds., The Impact of International Law on International Cooperation: Theoretical Perspectives, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

[13] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Domestic Politics and International Disputes” in Lisa Martin, ed, The Oxford Handbook of the Political Economy of International Trade, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015.

[14] Aklin, Michael, Eric Arias and Emine Deniz and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Domestic Politics of Trade Policy,” in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences (eds.) Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, 2015.

Working Papers

Doces, John and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Democracy and Trade: Money, Votes and Seats.”

Ludema, Rodney, B. Peter Rosendorff and Shamya S. Jayasuriya, “Outlook and Implications of a SADC Free Trade Agreement.”

Rosendorff, B. Peter and Kongjoo Shin, “Importing Transparency: The Political Economy of BITs and FDI Flows.”

Arias, Eric, James Hollyer and B. Peter Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Leader Survival, Regime Type and BITs.”

Rosendorff, B. Peter and Alastair Smith, “Domestic Political Determinants of the Onset of WTO Disputes.”

Rosendorff, B. Peter, Alastair Smith and Patricia Wruuck, “Political Change, Domestic Institutions and the Onset of Anti-Dumping Investigations”

 

International Institutional Design and International Law

Journal Articles

[15] B. Peter Rosendorff and Helen Milner, “The Optimal Design of International Institutions: Uncertainty and Escape,” International Organization, 2001, 55(4): 829-857.

Reprinted in
Barbara Koremenos, Duncan Snidal and Charles Lipson eds., The Rational Design of International Institutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Lisa L. Martin, ed., International Institutions in the New Global Economy, London: Edward Elgar, 2005.
Benjamin J. Cohen, ed., The Library of Essays in International Relations Series – International Political Economy, London: Ashgate, 2005.
Marc L. Busch and Edward D. Mansfield, eds., The WTO, Economic Interdependence and Conflict, London: Edward Elgar, 2007.

[16] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Stability and Rigidity: Politics and the Design of the WTO’s Dispute Resolution Procedure,” American Political Science Review, August 2005, 99(3):389-400.

Reprinted in
Marc L. Busch and Edward D. Mansfield, eds., The WTO, Economic Interdependence and Conflict, London: Edward Elgar, 2007.

[17] Michael J. Gilligan, Leslie Johns, and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Strengthening International Courts and the Early Settlement of Disputes”, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2010, 54(1):5-38

[18] Hollyer, James and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Why Do Authoritarian Regimes Sign the Convention Against Torture? Signaling, Domestic Politics and Non-Compliance”, Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2011, 6(3-4):275-327.

[19] Hollyer, James and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Do Human Rights Agreements Prolong the Tenure Of Autocratic Ratifiers?” Journal of International Law and Politics, 2012, 44(3):791-811.

Book Chapters

[20] Johns, Leslie and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Dispute Settlement, Compliance and Domestic Politics”, in James C. Hartigan (ed.) Trade Disputes and the Dispute Settlement Understanding of the WTO: An Interdisciplinary Assessment, Emerald Group, 2009.

[21] Hollyer, James and B. Peter Rosendorff, “The International Human Rights Regime Delays Regime Change in the Countries that Need it Most”, forthcoming, Implementing Commitments: The Domestic Effects of Human Rights Treaty Ratification, eds. Beth Simmons and Ryan Goodman, Cambridge University Press

Invited Papers

[22] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Domestic Politics and Enforcement of International Agreements”, The Political Economist, XIII(2), Spring-Summer 2006.

[23] Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Michael J. Gilligan, and B. Peter Rosendorff, The Good News about International Cooperation: A Tribute to the Life and Work of George W. Downs, A special virtual issue of International Organization, In Memoriam: George Downs, Pioneering Scholar.

Working Papers

Hollyer, James and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Does Human Rights Treaty Accession Delay Democratization?”

Hollyer, James and B. Peter Rosendorff, “Democratizing States and Human Rights Treaties: Commitment and Hands-Tying”

Transnational Terrorism

Journal Articles

[24] Rosendorff, B. Peter and Todd Sandler, “Too Much of a Good Thing? The Proactive Response Dilemma”, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2004, 48(5):657-671.

[25] Rosendorff, B. Peter and Todd Sandler, “The Political Economy of Transnational Terrorism”, Journal of Conflict Resolution, April 2005, 49(2):171-182.

[26] Rosendorff, B. Peter and Todd Sandler, “Suicide Terror and the Backlash Effect”, Defense and Peace Economics, October 2010, 21(5-6):443-458.

Book Chapter

[27] Blomberg, Brock and B. Peter Rosendorff, “A Gravity Model of Globalization, Democracy and Transnational Terrorism” Gregory D. Hess, Guns and Butter: The Economic Causes and Consequences of Conflict, June 2009. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Edited Volume

[28] Rosendorff, B. Peter and Todd Sandler, (eds.) The Political Economy of Transnational Terrorism, special issue of Journal of Conflict Resolution, April 2005, 49(2):171-314.

Democracy and Autocracy: Information, Transparency, Protest

Journal Articles

[29] Rosendorff, B. Peter and Charles M. Cameron, “A Signaling Theory of Congressional Oversight,” Games and Economic Behavior, 1993, 5:44-70.

[30] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Choosing Democracy,” Economics and Politics, 2001, 13(1): 1-29.

[31] Rosendorff, B. Peter and John Doces, “Transparency and Unfair Eviction in Democracies and Autocracies”, Swiss Political Science Review, October 2006, 12(3):99-112.

[32] Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Democracy and Transparency,” Journal of Politics, 2011, 73(4):1191-1205.

[33] Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Measuring Transparency,” Political Analysis, Autumn 2014, 22 (4):413-434.

[34] Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Transparency, Protest and Autocratic Instability,” American Political Science Review, November 2015, 109(4): 764-784.

Book Chapter

[35] Rosendorff, B. Peter, “Do Democracies Trade More Freely?” in Robert Pahre ed. Democratic Foreign Policy Making: Problems of Divided Government and International Cooperation, London: Palgrave, 2006.

Working Papers

Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Data Disclosure, Accountability and the Facets of Transparency”.

Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Majoritarianism and Transparency”.

Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Transparency, Protest and Democratic Stability”.

Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “Why do Autocrats Disclose?”

Hollyer, James, Rosendorff, B. Peter and James Raymond Vreeland, “When do States Become Transparent?”

Bisbee, James, James Hollyer, B. Peter Rosendorff and James Raymond Vreeland, “The Millennium Development Goals and Education: Accountability and Substitution in Global Assessment”

Book Reviews

[36] Rosendorff, B. Peter. Review of Allan Drazen’s “Political Economy in Macroeconomics”, Journal of Economic History, 2001, 61(1): 245-247.

[37] Rosendorff, B. Peter. Review of Daniel W. Drezner’s “Locating the Proper Authorities”, Perspectives on Politics, 2004, 2(2): 424-425.

 

RECENT PRESENTATIONS

Keynote Lectures

Alexander Hamilton Center, New York University, Annual Graduate Student Conference May 2013 – “Transparency, Protest and Political (In)Stability.”

Economic Research South Africa, Conference on the 20th Anniversary of Democracy in South Africa, Soweto, September 2014 – “Transparency, Protest and Political (In)Stability.”

Political Economy of Reforms, Mannheim University, Conference on Theoretical and Empirical Advances in International Political Economy Research, February 2015 – ““Leadership Survival, Regime Type and BITs.”

Conferences, Invited Lectures, Workshops

“The Millennium Development Goals and Education: Accountability and Substitution in Global Assessment” Assessment Power in World Politics Conference, Harvard University, May 2016.

“Leader Survival, Regime Type and BITs” London School of Economics, January 2016; Nuffield College, Oxford University, January 2016; Political Economy of International Organizations Meetings, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, January 2016; International Political Economy Society Meetings, Stanford University, November 2015.

“Domestic Political Determinants of the Onset of WTO Disputes” Institute for Law and Economics, University of Hamburg, July 2015; Political Economy of International Organizations Meetings, Berlin, February 2015; International Political Economy Society Meetings, Washington DC, November 2014; American Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, August 2013.

“Transparency, Protest and Political (In)Stability” Development Research Institute, New York University, February 2016; Nottingham Interdisciplinary Centre for Economic and Political Research, Nottingham University, January 2016; University of Southern California, Center for Law and Social Sciences, Los Angeles, November 2015; University of Tel Aviv, March 2015; University of California San Diego, November 2014; University of Stellenbosch, September 2014; University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, September 2014; ETH Zurich, September 2014; London School of Economics, May 2014; University of California Riverside, November 2013; Georgetown University, Mini-Conference in International Political Economy, April 2013; National University of Singapore, July 2013.

“Trade Agreements, Regime Type and Leader Survival (And a little human rights too…),” International Conference on Market Quality, Trade and Dynamics In Celebration of Professor Makoto Yano’s 60th Birthday, Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University, April 2013

“International Human Rights Treaties Delay Regime Change in the Countries that Need it Most”, University of São Paulo, Brazil, May 2012; DiTella University, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 2012; University of Warwick, Warwick, United Kingdom, October 2011; London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom, October 2011; New York University Law School, October 2011; American Society of International Law Midyear Meeting, University of California Los Angeles, November 2011.

“Importing Institutions: The Political Economy of BITs and FDI flows.” Emory University, March 2013; University of São Paulo, Brazil, May 2012; American Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Seattle, September 2011; Conference on Multinational Corporations and World Politics, Rochester and Jagiellonian Universities, Kraków, Poland, June 4-8, 2011; 2011 IPEC Conference: Globalization and the Politics of Poverty and Inequality, The University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Yale University’s Leitner Program in International & Comparative Political Economy, at the Indian Institute of Management – Bangalore, India, January 2011.

“Democracy and Transparency” University of Mannheim, Germany, January 2011; International Studies Association Annual Meetings, New Orleans, February 2010.

“Leadership Survival, Regime Type, Policy Uncertainty and PTA Accession,” Geneva Trade and Development Workshop, World Trade Organization, UNCTAD and University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, September 2011; Political Economy of International Organizations, Zurich, Switzerland January 2011; American Political Science Association Meetings, Washington DC, September 2010.

“On the Design of Preferential Trade Agreements: Compliance, Stability, Bindings and Rigidity,” Workshop on The Politics of Preferential Trade Agreements: Theory, Measurement, and Empirical Applications, Princeton University, April 2010.

“Domestic Politics and the Accession of Authoritarian Regimes to Human Rights Treaties”, American Political Science Association Meetings, Toronto, September 2009; University of California San Diego, November 2009, Political Economy of International Organizations Annual Conference, Georgetown University, January 2010; Claremont University, February 2010; University of California, Los Angeles, March 2010; University of Southern California, Center for Law, Economics and Organization and Center for International Studies March and April 2010; Columbia University, April 2010; Baylor University, December 2010; IMT Lucca, Italy, June 2011. Seventeenth Annual Herbert Rubin and Justice Rose Luttan Rubin, Journal of International Law and Politics Symposium, From Rights to Reality: Beth Simmons’ Mobilizing for Human Rights and its Intersection with International Law, NYU Law School, October 2011.

“Legal Protection for Sale”, American Political Science Association Meetings, Philadelphia, September 2008; Stanford University, November 2008.

“Democracy and Trade: Money, Votes and Seats”. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, September 2007;

“Majoritarianism and Transparency”: International Political Economy Society, 2007 Annual Meeting, Stanford University, November 2007.

“Strengthening International Courts and the Early Settlement of Disputes”: Duke University, October 2007. Princeton University, October 2007, Yale University, Jan 2008, International Political Economy Society Annual Meetings, University of Pennsylvania, November 2008. Political Economy of International Organizations Conference, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland, January 2009.

“Ideas, Interests, Institutions and Information: Bhagwati and the Political Economy of Trade Policy” Conference in Honor of Jagdish Bhagwati on his 70th Birthday, Columbia University, August 2005.

“A Gravity Model of Globalization, Democracy and Transnational Terrorism”, American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, September 2006; Conference on Guns and Butter: The Economic Causes and Consequences of Conflict”, CESIfo, Munich, Germany, December 2005.

“Democracy and Data Dissemination: The Effect of Political Regime on Transparency”. International Political Economy Society Inaugural Meeting, Princeton, November 2006; Latin American Studies Association Meetings, San Juan, March 2006. Midwest Political Science Association Meetings, Chicago, April 2006. Syracuse University, October 2005.

“Compliance Provisions: Information, Electoral Accountability and Democracy”, re-titled as “Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in International Agreements”. Compliance and International Law Workshop, USC, April/May 2004. International Studies Association Meetings, Honolulu, March 2005. American Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Washington DC September 2005.

“Too Much of a Good Thing? The Proactive Response Dilemma” Political Economy of Terrorism Conference, USC, April 2004. American Economic Association Meetings, Philadelphia, January 2005.

“Democracy and the Supply of Transparency” Tenth Villa Colombella Seminar, Beaune, France, September 2002; University of California, San Diego, Department of Political Science, November 2002; University of the Witwatersrand, Department of Economics, Johannesburg, South Africa, June 2003; International Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Durban, South Africa, June 2003; International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Montreal, Canada, March 2004; UCLA, Department of Political Science, April 2004; New York University, Department of Politics, October 2004.

“Separate Powers and the Political Economy of Resource Dissipation” American Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Washington DC, September 2000. Public Choice Society Annual Meetings, San Antonio, TX, March 2001.

“Stability and Rigidity: The Dispute Settlement Procedure of the WTO” Regional Integration Network 2004, Montevideo, Uruguay, December 2004; American Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, September 2003; Public Choice Society Annual Meetings, San Diego, March 2002; Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Annual Meetings, Montevideo, Uruguay, October 2001; Conference on Institutional Design, Dispute Settlement and International Trade, Harvard University, October 1999; UCLA Conference on International Political Economy (Why do International Institutions Matter – If They Do), Lake Arrowhead, February 2000.

“Why Democracies Cooperate More: Electoral Control and International Trade Agreements,” DiTella University, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 2001; University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom, September 2001; University of California Los Angeles, May 2001; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, April 2001; University of California Riverside, February 2001; Southeastern Theory and International Economics Meeting, Houston, October 2000; Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Annual Meetings, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, October 2000; Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, April 2000; Public Choice Society Annual Meetings, Charleston, SC, March 2000; International Economics Association World Congress, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 1999; Latin American Meetings of the Econometric Society, Cancun, Mexico, August 1999; Brown University, September 1999

“Do Democracies Trade More Freely?” Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, April 2002; Economic Freedom and Development Symposium, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, June 1999

Choosing Democracy: The Transition in South Africa: Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association Meetings, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1998; Georgetown University, 1998; Public Choice Society, New Orleans, 1998; Southern Economic Association, Atlanta, 1997; Boston College, 1997; Brown University, 1997; University of California Los Angeles, 1997; University of California Irvine, 1995; ITAM, Mexico City, Mexico 1997; University of Southern California, 1997.

Domestic Politics and the Choice Across Protective Instruments: Tariffs, Subsidies, Quotas and VERs: Conference on The Role of Government in the Integrated World Economy, Bar-Ilan University, Tel Aviv, Hebrew University, Jerusalem and CEPR, Israel, 1997; International Economics and Finance Conference, Kobe University, Japan 1997; Georgetown University, 1997. University of Colorado – Boulder, 1996.

Voluntary Export Restraints, Anti-Dumping Procedure and Domestic Politics: The 7th World Congress of the Econometric Society, Tokyo, Japan, 1995; Recent Developments in International Economics, Aix-en-Provence, France, 1995; Public Choice Society, Austin, 1994; Western Economic Association, Vancouver, 1994; University of California – Los Angeles, 1994; University of California – Irvine, 1995; Columbia University, 1994; University of Southern California, 1992; University of Chicago, 1992; Stanford University, 1992; Haverford College, 1992.

Trade Negotiations, Information and Domestic Politics: The Role of Domestic Groups. American Political Science Association, San Francisco, 1996; International Studies Association, San Diego, 1996; National Bureau for Economic Research, Universities Research Conference, International Trade Rules and Institutions, Boston, 1993.

A Signaling Theory of Congressional Oversight. Public Choice Society, New Orleans, 1991; Midwest Mathematical Economics Conference, Northwestern University, Evanston, 1991.

Free to Trade: Democracies, Autocracies and International Trade Negotiations: Georgetown University, 1998; American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., 1997.

Democratic Politics and International Trade Negotiations: Elections and Divided Government as Constraints on Trade Liberalization: The New Games Conference. Department of Political Science, University of California San Diego, 1995.

Selected Discussions

Political Economy of International and Domestic Courts Conference, Princeton University, October 2012; International Environmental Policymaking and Agreements Conference, Yale University, April 2011; Theories of International Political Economy and China, Beijing University, November 2008. Political Institutions and Economic Policy Workshop, Princeton University, 2007. Globalization Conference, Princeton Center for Globalization and Governance, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, 2005; Political Economy of Development, Yale University, 2001; Social Conflict and Economic Performance Conference, UC Irvine 1999; International Trade and Labor Markets Conference, University of California, Los Angeles 1996; The Political Economy of Trade: Conference in Honor of Jagdish Bhagwati, Columbia University, New York, 1994; The Political Economy of Rent Seeking and Conflict, University of California – Irvine, 1994; Summer in Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv University, 1992.

Conferences Organized

Southeastern Economic Association Annual Conference, Georgetown University, Washington DC, November 1999.

The Political Economy of Terrorism Conference, USC, April 2004.

Compliance and International Law Workshop, USC, April/May 2004.

Latin America’s Reforms of the 1990s: Lessons for the Next Wave, USC, May 2004.

NAFTA I: Dispute Settlement Procedures, USC, October 2004.

NAFTA II: The Prospects for Institutional Deepening, USC, November 2004

Terrorism and Policy, University of Texas, Dallas, co-organized with Todd Sandler, May 2008.

 

EDITORIAL ACTIVITY

Editor: Economics and Politics

Editorial Boards: International Organization, Journal of Politics, International Interactions

Referee: Journals
American Economic Review, American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, American Journal of International Law, British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, Defense and Peace Economics. Economica, Economic Inquiry, Economics and Politics, European Economic Review, European Journal of International Relations, European Journal of Political Economy, International Economic Journal, International Economic Review, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Comparative Economics, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Journal of Conflict Resolution; Journal of Economic Education; Journal of International Economics, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Politics, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Political Research Quarterly, Quarterly Journal of Political Science. Political Science Research Methods, Public Choice, Review of International Economics, Review of International Organizations, Review of International Political Economy, World Politics.
Referee: Books
University of Michigan Press, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Addison Wesley Longman, Cambridge University Press.

Referee: Granting Agencies
National Science Foundation, Methuaslem Program, Leuven, Belgium; Macarthur Foundation.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Political Science Association, American Economics Association, Econometric Society, International Studies Association, Public Choice Society, Latin American and Caribbean Economics Association, Pacific Council on International Policy, Latin American Studies Association, Midwest Political Science Association.

 

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate: International Political Economy, Economics of International Policy-Making, Political Economy of Trade Policy, International Trade Theory and Policy, Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Introduction to Statistics. International Relations: Approaches to Research, Introduction to International Politics.

Graduate: Game Theory, Politics of the World Economy, Politics of International Trade and Monetary Relations, International Trade Theory, Mathematical Methods for Economics, Microeconomic Theory and Policy, Macroeconomic Theory and Policy.

Ph.D. STUDENTS

Tridib Sharma, 1996, ITAM, Mexico City

Francesca Carrieri, 1998, McGill University, Montreal.

Erik Dohlman, 1999, US Department of Agriculture, Washington DC.

Tisha Nakao, 2001, Baylor University, Waco TX.

John Doces, 2006, Bucknell University, PA

James Hollyer, 2011, University of Minnesota

Michael Aklin, 2014, University of Pittsburgh

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

USC – College and University
College Faculty Council 2004-2005.
University Review Committee for the Zumberge Faculty Research Awards 2003-2005. Center for International Studies Advisory Committee (chair).

USC – Department
Executive, Recruitment / Strategic Initiative, Graduate Admissions and Financial Aid (chair), Core Examination Committees. (School of International Relations)
Review, Curriculum, Core Exam Committees (Political Economy and Public Policy Program).
Recruitment, Graduate Curriculum, Placement (chair) Committees (Economics Department).

NYU – Department
Faculty Recruitment, PhD Admissions (chair), Undergraduate Curriculum Committees.
Promotion and tenure Review Committees (chair)

NYU – Abu Dhabi
Faculty Recruitment (chair); Social Science Dean’s Advisory Committee
Faculty Review Committee (char)

NYU – FAS
Committee on Comparative and International Studies
GSAS Honors and Awards Committee
GSAS Faculty Assembly, and FA Policy and Procedures Committee

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

IPSA-USP Summer School on Methods and Concepts in Political Science and International Relations, Course instructor: Game Theory and Applications for Political Science and How to Get Published in Political Science, USP, Sao Paulo, Brazil, February 2013

IPSA-NUS Summer School for Social Science Research Methods, Course instructor: Game Theory and Applications for Political Science, NUS, Singapore, July 2013

IBEI Barcelona Summer School in International Politics, Invited lecture series, Political Economy of International Organizations: Trade, Investment and Human Rights, Barcelona, Spain, July 2013

External PhD Committee Examiner, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva 2011.

Wallerstein Award Committee, Political Economy Section, American Political Science Association, 2011.

Member, Institute for Economic Policy Research, USC, 2004-2006.

Fulbright Awards Committee Member, Institute for International Education, 2000-2002

Advisory Board Member, Center on Governance, University of California Los Angeles, 2000

 

CONSULTING CLIENTS

US Department of State, The World Bank, AT&T, Major League Soccer, US Organizing Committee, 1994 FIFA World Cup.