Global capital cycles and market discipline: Perceptions of developing country borrowers. Accepted, British Journal of Political Science.
Cascading noncompliance: Explaining how international cooperation breaks down. 2021. Review of International Political Economy. With Jonas Bunte and Geoffrey Gertz
Migrants as Engines of Financial Globalization: The Case of Global Banking. 2021. International Studies Quarterly. With David Leblang
Emulate or Differentiate? Chinese development finance, competition, and World Bank infrastructure funding. Volume 16, 2021, Pages 265–292. The Review of International Organizations.
Note: In June 2021, I published a correction to this paper. Correction to: Emulate or Differentiate? Chinese development finance, competition, and World Bank infrastructure funding. June 2021. The Review of International Organizations.
Regulatory convergence in the financial periphery: How interdependence shapes regulators’ decisions. Volume 63, Issue 4, December 2019, Pages 908-922. With Emily Jones. International Studies Quarterly.
The Limits of Globalizing Basel Banking Standards, Journal of Financial Regulation, Volume 3, Issue 1, 1 March 2017, Pages 89–124. With Emily Jones.
In-progress and working papers
When Are Diaspora Communities Willing to Finance Development at Home? A Survey Experiment on Diaspora Bonds. With Lindsay Dolan
Too much of a good thing? China, the IMF, and Sovereign Debt Crises. With Lauren L. Ferry
The Money is in the Mission: Explaining variation in IMF missions. With Lauren L. Ferry
A new politics of aid? The Ghanaian case in the changing international political economy of development assistance Global Economic Governance Programme Working Paper Series 2015/104