IPES 2021 Conference Program

October 22 - 23

University of Colorado Boulder

Institute of Behavioral Science
1440 15th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

Updated 9/12

Friday, October 22, 2021
Time Room Authors (* denotes presenter) Topic
8:15-9:15
  Breakfast  
AM Chairs
Room 1 Judy Goldstein
Room 2 Mark Copelovitch
Room 3 David Singer

Friday
9:15-9:45

Room 1

Yeling Tan
University of Oregon

David Steinberg
Johns Hopkins University

Daniel McDowell
Syracuse University

The Domestic Political Consequences of Global Economic Expansion in Rising Powers: Evidence from Survey Experiments in China

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Sung Eun Kim
Korea University

Krzysztof Pelc
McGill University

Weighing the Past: How an Industry’s History Affects Status Loss Under Foreign Competition

Paper | Presentation

Room 3 

Katja Kleinberg
Binghamton University

Alexandra Guisinger
Temple University

Double Jeopardy: Discrimination, Labor Market Structure, and Attitudes Toward Trade

Paper | Presentation

Friday
9:45-10:15
Room 1

*Zuhad Hai
Stanford University

Scientific Uncertainty and International Cooperation

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Etienne Lepers
City, University of London

Who is Best at Taking Away the Punch Bowl? Institutional Arrangements and Macroprudential Activity

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Minju Kim
University of Chicago

Who Wants to Work at a Transparent International Organization?

Paper | Presentation

Friday
10:15-10:45
Room 1

Anthony Calacino
University of Texas at Austin

Rachel Wellhausen
University of Texas at Austin

Leveraging Foreign Garbage: Developing Democracies in the Global Waste Trade

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Andy Baker
University of Colorado, Boulder

*David Cupery
MA College of Liberal Arts

Do Citizens Resent Their Former Colonizers? Mass Opinion Toward Metropoles Around the World

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Jonas Bunte
Vienna University of Economics and Business

Burak Giray
University of Houston

Patrick Shea
University of Houston

Selling Sovereignty: International Coercion, Debt Diplomacy, and Land Transactions

Paper | Presentation

10:45-11:00
  Break  
Friday
11:00-11:30
Room 1

Lauren Ferry
University of Mississippi

*Alexandra Zeitz
Concordia University

Too Much of a Good Thing? Diverse Official Creditors and Sovereign Debt Crises

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Michael Becher
IE University

Irene Menenedez Gonzalez
IE University

Trade Origins of Proportional Representation? Historical and Contemporary Evidence

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Alessandro Guasti
Oxford University

Patrick Wagner
World Trade Institute

Trading on Children’s Back: The Impact of the Chinese Shock on Child Labour in Brazil

Paper | Presentation

Friday
11:30-12:00
Room 1

*Adam Dean
George Washington University

If There Is No Struggle There Is No Progress: Labor-Led Democratization and Labor Rights in Developing Countries

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Anne Spencer Jamison
Princeton University

Political Risk and the Source-Country Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Shannon Carcelli
University of MD, College Park

*Kee Hyun Park
University of MD, College Park

Partisanship in the Trump Trade War: Evidence from County-Level Crop Planting Data

Paper | Presentation

Friday
12:00-12:30
Room 1

Nguyen Huynh
Pennsylvania State University

Vineeta Yadav
Pennsylvania State University

Bumba Mukherjee
Pennsylvania State University

Right-Wing Authoritarian Populists and Financial Crisis: Reversing Economic Reforms in Developing Democracies

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Lauren Ferry
University of Mississippi

*Patrick Shea
University of Houston

Hierarchy and Sovereign Debt: Crises and Consequences in International Capital Markets

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Faisal Ahmed
Princeton University

Adeel Malik
Oxford University

Crony Globalization: The Politics of Partial Liberalization in Muslim Societies

Paper | Presentation

12:30-1:30
  Lunch Break  
Friday
PM Chairs
Room 1 Edward Mansfield
Room 2 Megumi Naoi
Room 3 Rachel Wellhausen
Friday
1:30-2:00
Room 1

*Cleo O'Brien-Udry
Yale University

Aid, Blame, and Backlash: The Political Economy of Unpopular Aid

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Richard Clark
Columbia University

Noah Zucker
Columbia University

Climate Concerns: IFIs and the Prioritization of Climate Action

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Sayumi Miyano
Princeton University

Diana Stanescu
Harvard University

Do Ties With the Home Government Help Businesses Abroad?: The Effect of Revolving-Door Connections on FDI of Japanese Firms

Paper | Presentation

Friday
2:00-2:30
Room 1

*Eleanor Wiseman
UC Berkeley

Trade, Corruption and Covid-19: Evidence from Small-Scale Traders in Kenya

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Lauren Konken
Princeton University

The Politics of Constructive Ambiguity in International Trade Law

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Calvin Thrall
University of Texas, Austin

Treaty Diplomacy and the Global Firm

Paper | Presentation

Friday
2:30-3:00
Room 1

*Byungwon Woo
Yonsei University

Ex Ante vs. Ex Post Conditionality: Punishment Mechanism, (In)Voluntary Defections, and the Design of Conditionality

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Jack Zhang
University of Kansas

*Samantha Vortherms
UC Irvine

Political Risk and Firm Exit: Evidence from the U.S.-China Trade War

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Cleo O'Brien-Udry
Yale University

Tyler Pratt
Yale University

Global Governance of Emerging Technology: Public Backlash and Regulatory Competition in Gene Editing

Paper | Presentation

3:00-3:20
  Break  
Friday
3:20-3:50
Room 1

Kishore Gawande
University of Texas at Austin

Ben Zissimos
University of Exeter

Dictators Under the Weather: Using Import Policy to Forestall Democratization

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Mark Copelovitch
University of Wisconsin

Ryan Powers
University of Georgia

Do We Really Know What We Think We Know About the Politics of IMF Lending?

Paper | Presentation

Room 3 

Michael Allen
Yale University

*Kenneth Scheve
Yale University

David Stasavage
NYU

Crisis and Competition: Explaining the Global Waves of Antitrust Legislation

Paper | Presentation

Friday
3:50-4:20
Room 1

*Haillie Na-Kyung Lee
Seoul National University

Democratic Disadvantage?: Evidence from Korean Commercial Diplomacy

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Lorenzo Crippa
University of Essex

Global Firms and Global Sheriffs: How Cross-Border Value Chains Empower Enforcement of International Regimes

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Sonnet Frisbie
University of Chicago

Debt to China and Political Influence as Measured through Country Recommendations in the UN Universal Periodic Review

Paper | Presentation

Friday
4:20-4:50
Room 1

*Lauren Pinson
University of Pennsylvania

The Domestic Constraints of Counter Trafficking Assistance: Why States Reject Foreign Aid in Fighting Illicit Markets

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Pei-Yu Wei
Duke University

Opening New Doors: Coerciveness, Third-Party States and US-China Economic Statecraft

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Brandon Merrell
Yale University

Education for All? The Gender Literacy Gap and the Distributional Effects of World Bank Assistance

Paper | Presentation

5:30-9:30
  Reception and Dinner

North Byron R. White Club in the Champions Center, Folsom Field
2150 Stadium Drive, Boulder, CO 80302

Saturday, October 23, 2021
Time Room Authors (* denotes presenter) Topic
8:30-9:00
  Breakfast  
Saturday
AM Chairs
Room 1 Mark Copelovitch
Room 2 Judy Goldstein
Room 3 Megumi Naoi
Saturday
9:00-9:30
Room 1

Gyu Sang Shim
University of Rochester

Randall Stone
University of Rochester

Lobbying for Trade: MNCs, PTAs and the WTO

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

David Bearce
University of Colorado, Boulder

Ana Carolina Garriga
University of Essex

A Third-Generation Framework: Reconsidering CBI and Fixed Exchange Rates

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Marco Martini
University of Zurich

Stefanie Walter
University of Zurich

Learning from Precedent: How Brexit Counteracts Nationalist Pressures in Other Countries

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
9:30-10:00
Room 1

Quan Li
Texas A&M University

*Mingsi Song
Texas A&M University

Democracy, Autocracy, and International Student Flows

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Vincent Arel-Bundock
Université de Montréal

André Blais
Université de Montréal

Who Should Tax Multinationals?

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Boliang Zhu
Pennsylvania State University

Aubrey Waddick
Pennsylvania State University

Angel Villegas-Cruz
Pennsylvania State University

The Politics of Tariff Exclusion

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
10:00-10:30

Room 1

*Nicole Wu
Princeton University

Restrict Foreigners, Not Robots: Partisan Responses to Automation Threat

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Kelly Hunter
Duke University

Pei-Yu Wei
Duke University

More Harm Than Good?: The Differential Effects of Economic Sanctions on Various Dimensions of Women’s Rights

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Don Casler
Columbia University

Dylan Groves
Columbia University

Perspective Taking Through Partisan Eyes: Cross-National Empathy, Partisanship, and Attitudes Towards International Cooperation

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
10:30-11:00
Room 1

*Alexander Slaski
Leiden University

Sarah Bauerle Danzman
Indiana University Bloomington

Measuring Investment Incentive Effectiveness: Findings From a Natural Experiment in Brazil

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Robert Gulotty
University of Chicago

Clustered Decline: Regional Politics and Agricultural Subsidies

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Yang Liang
San 
Diego State University

Weiyi Shi
UC San Diego

Dora Hu
UC San Diego

Surviving the U.S.-China Trade War? Evidence from Domestic and Foreign Exporters in China

Paper | Presentation

11:00-11:10
  Break  
Saturday
11:10-11:40
Room 1

*Benjamin Helms
University of Virginia

International Trade Liberalization and Nativist Politics in India

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Nina Obermeier
Cornell University 

We are (Almost) All Internationalists Now: How Right-Wing Populism Drives Support for International Economic Integration

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Frederick Chen
University of WI-Madison & Stanford University

Jian Xu
Yale-NUS College

Long-Arm Deterrence: Judicial Spillover and MNC Litigation in Authoritarian Courts

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
11:40-12:10
Room 1

Lindsay Dolan
Wesleyan University

Robert Kubinek
New York University - Abu Dhabi

Jiakun Zhang
University of Kansas

*Daniel Nielson
University of Texas at Austin

A Field Experiment on Business Opposition to the U.S.-China Trade War

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Fulya Apaydin
Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals

Jonas Schmid
University of Oslo

Does Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Increase the Quality of Democracy? An Instrumental Variable Analysis

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Vivekinan Ashok
Cornell University

Nikhar Gaikwad
Columbia University

Rivalry and Equity Considerations in Mass Support for Corporate Income Tax Policy

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
12:10-12:40
Room 1

Matt Malis
New York University

Peter Rosendorff
New York University

Alastair Smith
New York University

A Political Economy of International Organizations

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Alexander Gazmararian
Princeton University

Helen Milner
Princeton University

Political Cleavages and Changing Exposure to Global Warming

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Evelyne Hübscher
Central European University

Thomas Sattler
University of Geneva

Markus Wagner
University of Vienna

Voters and the IMF: Experimental Evidence from European Crisis Countries

Paper | Presentation

12:40-1:30
  Lunch Break  
Saturday
PM Chairs
Room 1 David Singer
Room 2 Edward Mansfield
Room 3 David Bearce
Saturday
1:30-2:00
Room 1

Allison Carnegie
Columbia University

Richard Clark
Columbia University

Ayse Kaya
Swarthmore College

Covert Participation: How Populists Engage with International Organizations

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Jonas Bunte
Vienna University of Economics and Business

Brandon Kinne
UC Davis

How Creditors Gain Influence: Power and Competition in Bilateral Lending Networks

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Yoo Sun Jung
UC San Diego

Erica Owen
University of Pittsburgh

Yohan Park
Texas A&M University

Multinational Firms and the Impact of Trade Disputes on Investment Decisions

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
2:00-2:30
Room 1

Mirko Heinzel
University of Potsdam

Samantha Jorgensen
University of Texas at Austin

*Catherine Weaver
University of Texas at Austin

Passive Representation of Women and the Application of Gender and Development Norms in World Bank Projects

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Lena Schaffer
University of Lucerne

Gabriele Spilker
University of Salzburg

Individual Labor Migration Preferences: Culture, Context or Competition?

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Sarah Bauerle Danzman
Indiana University Bloomington

Sophie Meunier
Princeton University

The Big Screen: Global Crises and the Diffusion of Foreign Investment Review

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
2:30-3:00
Room 1

Cameron Ballard-Rosa
University of NC Chapel Hill

Judith Goldstein
Stanford University

Nita Rudra
Georgetown University

Trade as Villain: The Fading American Dream and Declining Support for Globalization

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

David Leblang
University of Virginia

Sonal Pandya
University of Virginia

Globalization and Infectious Disease

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Christoph Mikulaschek
Harvard University

The Responsive Public: How EU Decisions Shape Public Opinion on Salient Policies

Paper | Presentation

3:00-3:20
  Break  
Saturday
3:20-3:50
Room 1

Haosen Ge
Princeton University

Jian Xu
Emory University

Strange Bedfellows: When Foreign Firms Participate in Standards Setting in Host Countries

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

*Dillon Laaker
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Global Supply Networks and Rules of Origin

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

*Aycan Katitas
University of Virginia
/Princeton University

Does Exposure to Anti-Trade Ads Fuel Backlash Against Globalization?

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
3:50-4:20
Room 1

Stephen Chaudoin
Harvard University

Michael-David Mangini
Harvard University

Why Populists Neglect Automation: The Political Economy of Economic Dislocation

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

Anne Spencer Jamison
Princeton University

Tony Lizhang He
University of Pennsylvania

The Conflict Risks of Political Patronage: Evidence from Multinational Corporations in Africa

Paper | Presentation

Room 3

Ryan Brutger
UC Berkeley

Alexandra Guisinger
Temple University

Framing Layoffs: Media Coverage, Blame Attribution, and Trade-Related Policy Responses

Paper | Presentation

Saturday
4:20-4:50
Room 1

Jiaxuan Huang
University of Texas at Austin

Zhizhen Lu
University of Texas at Austin

Eoin Power
University of Texas at Austin

Daniel Nielson
University of Texas at Austin

Transparency Compliance of Money Exchange and Transfer Services: A Field Experiment

Paper | Presentation

Room 2

OPEN

 

Room 3

OPEN