James Raymond Vreeland
Curriculum Vitae

Georgetown University
Mortara Center for International Studies
3600 N Street, NW
Washington, DC 20057
tel: 202-687-7846
email: James.Raymond.Vreeland@gmail.com
web: www.profvreeland.com

Employment

Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and the Department of Government, Georgetown University. August 2014

Associate Professor, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. January 2009July 2014

Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University. July 2005 – December 2008

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Yale University. July 1999 – June 2005
 

Education

Ph.D., New York University, September 1999

MA, New York University, May 1998

BA, Manhattan College, May 1994
       Summa cum Laude
       Phi Beta Kappa
 

Publications

Books:

Hollyer, James R., B. Peter Rosendorff, and James Raymond Vreeland. Under Contract. Information, Democracy, and Autocracy: Transparency and Political (In)stability. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Vreeland, James Raymond and Axel Dreher. 2014. The Political Economy of the United Nations Security Council: Money and Influence. New York: Cambridge University Press.
     Runner up for The 2015 William H. Riker Award for the Best Book in Political Economy

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2007. The International Monetary Fund: Politics of Conditional Lending. New York: Routledge.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2003. The IMF and Economic Development. New York: Cambridge University Press.


Journal Articles:

Hollyer, James R., B. Peter Rosendorff, and James Raymond Vreeland. Forthcoming. Transparency, Protest and Democratic Stability. British Political Science Review.

Hollyer, James R., B. Peter Rosendorff, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2015. Transparency, Protest and Autocratic Instability. American Political Science Review 109 (4): 764-784.

Dreher, Axel, Jan-Egbert Sturm, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2015. Politics and IMF Conditionality. Journal of Conflict Resolution 59 (1): 120-148.

Hollyer, James R., B. Peter Rosendorff, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2014. Measuring Transparency. Political Analysis 22 (4): 413-434.

Dreher, Axel, Matthew Gould, Matthew D. Rablen, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2014. The Determinants of Election to the United Nations Security Council. Public Choice 158 (1-2): 51-83.

Dreher, Axel, Stephan Klasen, James Raymond Vreeland, and Eric Werker. 2013. The costs of favoritism: Is politically-driven aid less effective? Economic Development and Cultural Change 62 (1): 157–191.

Spada, Paolo and James Raymond Vreeland. 2013. Who Moderates the Moderators? The Effect of Non-neutral Moderators in Deliberative Decision Making. Journal of Public Deliberation 9 (2): Article 3.

Holkeboer, Christian Bachelder and James Raymond Vreeland. 2013. Calling Democracies and Dictatorships: The effect of political regime on international long-distance rates. Kyklos 66 (3): 417–437.

Lim, Daniel Yew Mao and James Raymond Vreeland. 2013. Regional Organizations and International Politics: Japanese Influence over the Asian Development Bank and the UN Security Council. World Politics 65 (1): 34-72.

Gassebner, Martin, Michael J. Lamla, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2013. Extreme Bounds of Democracy. Journal of Conflict Resolution 57 (2): 171-197.

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

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2011. Foreign Aid and Global Governance: Buying Bretton Woods - The Swiss-bloc case. Review of International Organizations 6 (3-4):369-391.

Desai, Raj M. and James Raymond Vreeland. 2011. Global Governance in a Multipolar World: The Case for Regional Monetary Funds. International Studies Review 13 (1):109-121.

Cheibub, José Antonio, Jennifer Gandhi, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2010. Democracy and Dictatorship Revisited. Public Choice 143 (1-2):67-101.

Dreher, Axel, Jan-Egbert Sturm, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2009. Global horse trading: IMF loans for votes in the United Nations Security Council. European Economic Review 53(7):742–757.
     European Economic Review Top Cited Article 2009-2011

Dreher, Axel, Jan-Egbert Sturm, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2009. Development Aid and International Politics: Does membership on the UN Security Council influence World Bank decisions? Journal of Development Economics 88 (1):1-18.
     2010 KfW Award for Policy-relevant Development Research

     Reprinted in: Helen Milner and Dustin Tingley (eds.), Geopolitics of Foreign Aid, Edward Elgar Publishing (2013). Volume II, Chapter 19.

Dreher, Axel, Silvia Marchesi, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2008. The Politics of IMF Forecasts. Public Choice 137 (1-2):145-171.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2008. The Effect of Political Regime on Civil War: Unpacking Anocracy. Journal of Conflict Resolution 52 (3):401-425.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2008. Political Institutions and Human Rights: Why Dictatorships enter into the United Nations Convention Against Torture. International Organization 62 (1):65-101.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2006. IMF Program Compliance: Aggregate Index versus Policy Specific Research Strategies. Review of International Organizations 1 (4): 359-378.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2003. Why Do Governments and the IMF enter into Agreements? Statistically Selected Case Studies. International Political Science Review 24 (3): 321-343.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2002. The Effect of IMF Programs on Labor. World Development 30 (1): 121-139.

Przeworski, Adam and James Raymond Vreeland. 2002. A Statistical Model of Bilateral Cooperation. Political Analysis 10 (2): 101-112.

Przeworski, Adam and James Raymond Vreeland. 2000. The Effect of IMF Programs on Economic Growth. Journal of Development Economics 62 (2): 385-421.


Chapters in Edited Volumes:

Cheibub, José Antonio and James Raymond Vreeland. 2016. Modernization Theory: Does Economic Development Cause Democratization? In Carol Lancaster and Nicolas van de Walle (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Politics of Development. New. York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199845156.013.26

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2015. Domestic Politics and International Institutions: Cooperation, sacrifice, and change. In Jennifer Gandhi and Rubén Ruiz-Rufino (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Comparative Political Institutions. London: Routledge. Pp. 318-330.

Cheibub, José Antonio and James Raymond Vreeland. 2011. Economic Development and Democratization. In Nathan Brown (ed.), The Dynamics of Democratization: Dictatorship, Development, and Diffusion. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Pp. 145-182.

Desai, Raj M. and James Raymond Vreeland. 2010. A suggestion for the IMF: Embrace regionalism. In Ulrich Volz / Aldo Caliari (eds.) Regional and Global Liquidity Arrangements. Bonn, Germany: Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE). Pp. 20-23.

Nooruddin, Irfan and James Raymond Vreeland. 2010. The Effect of IMF Programs on Public Wages and Salaries. In Jennifer Clapp and Rorden Wilkinson (eds.), Global Governance, Poverty and Inequality. London: Routledge. Pp. 90-111.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2008. The IMF and Economic Development. In William Easterly (ed.), Reinventing Foreign Aid. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press and Center for Global Development. Pp.351-376.

Smith, Alastair and James Raymond Vreeland. 2006. The Survival of Political Leaders and IMF Programs. In Gustav Ranis, James Raymond Vreeland, and Stephen Kosack (eds.), Globalization and the Nation State: The Impact of the IMF and the World Bank. New York: Routledge. Pp.263-289.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2003. Buscando Condiciones, No Dinero: El acuerdo de Uruguay con el FMI en 1990. In Diego Aboal and Juan Andrés Moraes (eds. and translators), Economía Política en Uruguay: Instituciones y Actores Políticos en el Proceso Económico. Montevideo: Ediciones Trilce. Pp.73-92.


Edited Volume:

Ranis, Gustav, James Raymond Vreeland, and Stephen Kosack (eds.). 2006. Globalization and the Nation State: The Impact of the IMF and the World Bank. New York: Routledge.


Commentary:

Hollyer, James R., B. Peter Rosendorff, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2016. What makes governments resistant to coups? Transparency with voters. The Monkey Cage The Washington Post. 5 August.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2015. The Promise and Peril of Transparency. Global Future of Governance, Global Futures Initiative, Georgetown University. 10 September.

Desai, Raj M. and James Raymond Vreeland. 2015. How to stop worrying and love the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. The Monkey Cage The Washington Post. 6 April.

Desai, Raj M. and James Raymond Vreeland. 2014. What the new bank of BRICS is all about. The Monkey Cage The Washington Post. 17 July.
     Reposted by Brookings.

     Top 10 Most Popular Monkey Cage Posts in 2014.

Gassebner, Martin, Michael J. Lamla, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2012. What determines democracy? And what helps to maintain it? Vox 11 August.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2012. International Monetary Fund (IMF). In Helmut K. Anheier, Mark Juergensmeyer, and Victor Faessel (eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. Pp. 936-38.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2011. Change Ahead: China-US Relations at the IMF. China-US Focus, 5 October.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2011. Lagarde's To-Do List: Let regional organizations do the hard work. Foreign Policy Magazine, 28 June.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2010. 10 CHF Entwicklungshilfe von jedem Schweizer. Oekonomenstimme, 24 September.

Mylonas, Harris, and James Raymond Vreeland. 2010. Does the Eurozone need its own Monetary Fund? Hürriyet Daily News, 14 April. (Originally published in The National, 4 April).

Desai, Raj M. and James Raymond Vreeland. 2010. Are Davos Man's Days Numbered? Up Front Blog, The Brookings Institution, 26 January.

Desai, Raj M. and James Raymond Vreeland. 2009. Coaching from the Sidelines. The New ForeignPolicy.com: Daniel W. Drezner- Global politics, economics, & pop culture, 17 April.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2008. A symbolic step for Turkey at UN. Financial Times, 23 October.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2007. The Politics of IMF Conditional Lending. World Economics 8(3):185-93.

Vreeland, James Raymond. 2002. Pakistan’s Debt of Gratitude. Foreign Policy Magazine (March–April):72-3.


Selection of Conference Papers

Buying influence at the IMF. Paper prepared for presentation at the PLAID Data Quality Workshop at the Stimson Center, Washington, DC, September 17 and 18, 2009.

Democracy and Data Dissemination: The Effect of Political Regime on Transparency. June 2006. Co-authored with B. Peter Rosendorff.

Majoritarianism and Transparency. The International Political Economy Seminar, Stanford University, November 9–10 2007. Co-authored with B. Peter Rosendorff.

The Political Economy of the UN Security Council. The Working-Group on Peacekeeping Operations, Georgetown University, Washington DC, October 20–21, 2007. Co-authored with Axel Dreher.

The Effect of Political Regime on Transparency: Democracy and Data Dissemination in Latin America. Prepared for presentation at the Latin American Studies Association conference, March 14–19, 2006. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Co-Authored with B. Peter Rosendorff.

Self Reform: The IMF Strategy. Prepared for the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee and World Economic Forum conference, “The International Monetary Fund in Transition: Rediscovering its monetary role?” Cape Town, 29–30 May 2006.

The International and Domestic Politics of IMF Programs. Paper prepared for the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee and World Economic Forum conference on The Fund’s Role in Emerging Markets: Reassessing the Adequacy of its Resources and Lending Facilities. Amsterdam, November 18–19, 2004, De Nederlandsche Bank, Westeinde 1.

IMF Programs Compliance: Aggregate Index versus Policy Specific Research Strategies. Prepared for the Conference on Compliance in International Law, University of Southern California, April 30 and May 1, 2004.

Political Institutions and Civil War with a focus on Latin America. Prepared for presentation at the Latin American Studies Association conference, October 7–9, 2004. Las Vegas, Nevada. Co-authored with Jennifer Gandhi.

A Continuous Schumpeterian Conception of Democracy. Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the Public Choice Society and Economic Science Association, Nashville, Tennessee. March 21–23, 2003.

The Institutional Determinants of IMF Programs. Prepared for delivery at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Hilton San Francisco and Towers August 30 – September 2, 2001. Copyright by the American Political Science Association. Also presented at The Leitner Work-In-Progress Seminar. 4 December, 2000.

Selection and Survival. Presentation prepared for The Research Frontiers in International Relations Conference, Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines, La Jolla, California. April 14–16, 2000.

Seeking Conditions not Currency: The 1990 IMF Agreement with Uruguay. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association. March 16–18, 2000.

The Effect of IMF Programs on Deforestation. Prepared for the Yale University Seminar, The IMF at a Crossroads, Spring 2001 Co-authored with Robynn Sturm and Spencer William Durbin.

The IMF: Lender of Last Resort or Scapegoat? Prepared for the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April 15–17, 1999. Also presented at the International Studies Association Conference, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington DC, February 16–21, 1999; and at the Duke University Conference on “International Institutions: Global Processes – Domestic Consequences.” April 9–11, 1999.


Honors and Awards

Teaching Awards:

Faculty of the Year Award. School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. (Awarded by the students.) 16 May 2015.

McDonough School of Business Teaching Award: Professor of the Module, Module 4, 2010. (For the Evening Program Course, International Business Environment, Course number STRT 571. Awarded by the students.)

Research Awards:

2015 Runner up for The William H. Riker Award for the Best Book in Political Economy
     For, The Political Economy of the United Nations Security Council: Money and Influence. New York: Cambridge University Press. Co-authored by Axel Dreher.

2010 KfW Award for Policy-relevant Development Research
     For the paper, "Development Aid and International Politics: Does membership on the UN Security Council influence World Bank decisions?" Lead article, Journal of Development Economics Volume 88. Co-authored by Axel Dreher and Jan-Egbert Sturm.

European Economic Review Award for Top Cited Article 2009-2011
     For the paper "Global horse trading: IMF loans for votes in the United Nations Security Council." European Economic Review 53(7):742–757.Co-authored by Axel Dreher and Jan-Egbert Sturm.

Fellowships and Research Positions:

External Research Associate at the Globalisation and Development Centre, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia. 2007–

Visiting researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), April–May 2006; May–June 2007; August 2008; October 2008.

Research Fellow in International and Area Studies, Yale University 2004–05.

Global Fellows Program (UCLA International Institute) 2003–04.

Yale Center for International and Area Studies Globalization Research Grant, 2001–04.

Richard N. Swift Fellowship (NYU Politics Department) 1998–99.

Bradley Foundation Fellowship 1997–98.

Assistantship (NYU Politics Department) 1994–97, 1998–99.

Keynote Addresses:

Keynote speaker. Manhattan College. Pacem in Terris Lecture Series: Cost of War Lecture. March 25, 2013.

Keynote speaker. Catholic University Model United Nations Conference, Washington, DC. 2 February 2012.

Keynote Speaker. The First Annual Beyond Basic Questions Conference. Göttingen, Germany: Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. 10–11 October 2008.

Keynote speaker. The Political Economy of International Organizations. An ETH / KOF Swiss Economic Institute / University of Zurich joint international conference. The Centro Stefano Franscini at Monte Veritŕ in Ascona, Switzerland. 3–8 February 2008.

Undergraduate Scholarship Awards:

Manhattan College Graduation Awards:
       The Liberal Arts Medal
       The Government Department Medal
       The Peace Studies Medal

The Branigan Scholars Research Grant (Manhattan College) 1993.

Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship (IBM Corporation) 1990–94.

Presidential Scholarship (Manhattan College) 1990–94.

Empire State Scholarship of Excellence 1990.

New York State Regents Scholarship of Excellence 1990.

Kingston Rotary Scholarship 1990.

Awards that will amuse you:

Daily Freeman Newspaper Carrier of the Week. 9 July 1990.

Varsity Track, Kingston High School. 1989.

Varsity Cross Country, Kingston High School. 1988–1989.

Varsity Wrestling, Kingston High School. 1987–1990 (Captain 1990).

Scholar Athlete, Kingston High School. 1990.

Scholar Athlete, Bailey Junior High School. 1987.
 


In the Press

Washington Post. The Money Cage. "Using chemical weapons is a risky move. So why did Syria use sarin?" by B. Peter Rosendorff and James R. Hollyer. 12 April 2017.

Minnesota Public Radio News. "What are the consequences of governmental transparency?" by Peter Diamond. 1 December 2015.

Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen. "Schweiz setzt auf neue asiatische Entwicklungsbank" by Maren Peters. 16 April 2015.

Russia Today. "Big BRICS for smaller nations: How unconditional can the NDB conditions be?" by Jhinuk Chowdhury. 25 July 2014.

Al Jazeera America: Inside Story. "Does the developing world need its own global bank?" 16 July 2014.

The Hoya. "Professors Compare Emerging Democracies," by Elaina Koros. 6 September 2013.

Today's Zaman. "Russia and China play into hands of Western powers on Syria," by Sinem Cengiz. 5 August 2012.

DRS1, DRS2, DRS4: Echo der Zeit. "Job-Sharing mit Polen," by Maren Peters. 22 April 2012.

Schweizer Radio: Radio der deutschen und rätoromanischen Schweiz (SR DRS). "IWF-Jahrestagung im Zeichen der Krise," by Barbara Widmer. 25 September 2011.

Schweizer Radio: Radio der deutschen und rätoromanischen Schweiz (SR DRS). "Westschweizer Weine - non merci," by Barbara Widmer. 24 September 2011.

Schweizer Radio: Radio der deutschen und rätoromanischen Schweiz (SR DRS). "Was kostet der Schweizer IWF-Sitz?" by Barbara Widmer. 23 September 2011.

Sanlian Life Weekly Magazine. "Ban Ki-moon's reelection: Victory for a big country," by Yu Li Sha. Vol. 27 4 July 2011.

Handelszeitung. "Preis der Macht," by Armin Müller. Page 23. 1 June 2011.

Sohu. "Zhu Min, the former central bank deputy governor, for New Director of the IMF," source: People's Daily Online - Jiangnan Times. 19 May 2011.

Sohu. "Father of emerging markets: the next IMF Director should be from developing countries," source: FX168. 19 May 2011.

Ifeng. "Kahn forced to step down while Zhu Min may take over the IMF," source: US stocks. 18 May 2011.

Sina. "Scholars: The new IMF leader should come from developing countries." 17 May 2011.
     Reprinted by Cnfol, Forex Cnfol, Pow Market, Yu Jia International, Gushi 360, Licai 18, FX 168, and Yfinvest.

Morningstar. "DJ MARKET TALK: Time For Change At Top Of IMF," by Andrew Ackerman. 16 May 2011.

News KF: Daily World News. "International Monetary Fund revived by global economic crisis," by Sanford Keslar. 6 December 2010.

New York Times. "Debt Crisis Highlights I.M.F.’s Renewed Role," by Sewell Chan. Page B3. 27 November 2010.

Al Jazeera English: Riz Khan. "Does the IMF help or hurt the poor?" 7 October 2010.

Eleftherotypia. "The Depressing Record of the IMF." 9 May 2010.
     Reprinted in Hürriyet Daily News and Economic Review (14 April 2010).

Capital. "DSK fait-il du bon boulot au FMI?" by Marie Charrel. 3 May 2010.

New York Times. "I.M.F. Help for Greece Is a Risky Prospect," by Sewell Chan and Liz Alderman. Page B1. 5 March 2010.

Arlington Catholic Herald. "Letter on immigration ‘tasteless’," by Kevin M. Raymond. 28 January 2010.

Gazete Habertürk. "IMF çapasi altindaki ülkelerde kalkinma," by Caner Bakir. 6 October 2009.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Radio National. Rear Vision, "The International Monetary Fund." 15 April 2009.

DawnNews Television of Pakistan. Interview. 22:30, 15 November 2007.

Condé Nast Portfolio. "Odd Numbers," by Zubin Jelveh. 30 October 2007.

Neue Zürcher Zeitung. "Der IMF als verlängerter Arm der USA: Sicherheitsrats-Mitglieder erhalten mehr Hilfe vom Währungsfonds." Page 23. 4 January 2007.

BizRadio Network: "The Michael Norman Show." 8:20am–8:40am (CST), 26 December 2006.

The Washington Post. "Security Council Seat Tied to Aid: Studies Cite Much More U.S. Assistance for Poor Nations," by Colum Lynch. Page A19. 1 November 2006. Also see Corrections. Page A02. 3 November 2006. Reprinted in The Wall Street Journal (page 10, 2 November 2006) and Ashland Daily Tidings (1 November 2006).

Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. "Der Währungsfonds ist nicht unfehlbar," by Patrick Welter. Page 43. 29 October 2006.

Financial Times Deutschland. "Studie sieht Missbrauch beim IWF," by Mark Schieritz and Monika Dunkel. Page 18. 25 October 2006.

De Tijd. "IMF beloont tijdelijke leden VN-Veiligheidsraad." Page 8. 20 October 2006.

BizRadio Network: "The Michael Norman Show." 9:10am–9:30am (CST),  2 October 2006.

Financial Times. "IMF changes will benefit immigration," letter to the editor by Kevin M. Raymond. 14 June 2006.

Radiotelevisione svizzera di lingua italiana. Program of 18:30, 21 November 2004.

Swissinfo.ch. "El círculo vicioso de la pobreza." 17 November 2004.

Der Bund. "Thema 60 Jahre Iwf und Weltbank: «Gute Absichten sind nicht Normalfall» Viele Regierungen benutzen den Internationalen Währungsfonds (IWF), um national unpopuläre Reformen durchzusetzen." Page 2. 17 November 2004.

Finance and Development. "Why borrow from the IMF?" by Rodney Ramcharan. Page 54. September, 2004.

Newstatesman Political Studies Guide 2004: Special Supplement. "Recommended reads for active minds," by Noreena Hertz. Page 10. 20 October 2003.

The IMF Institute Courier. "Political Aspects of IMF," by Alicia Jiménez. Pages 8-10. June 2003, Vol 5.

IMF Survey. "Politics of IMF lending: who borrows from the IMF and why?" Pages 121, 123-125. Volume 32, Number 8. 5 May 2003.

Jamaica Gleaner. "Facing the challenges of 2003," by Ian Boyne. 5 January 2003.

BIA News Center. "IMF Programlar nin Emek Gelirlerine Etkisi" (The Effect of IMF Programs on the Worker's Income). http://www.bianet.org. 18 March 2002.


Invited presentations

International:

Québec, Canada: Economic Transparency and Political stability. Centre d'études pluridisciplinaires en commerce et investissement internationaux (CEPCI), Université Laval. 19 October 2015.

Hong Kong, China: The Political Economy of the United Nations Security Council: Money and Influence. Division of Social Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. 19 May 2014.

Goa, India: International Political Economy Colloquium: Politics of the Changing World Economy. Sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, the Indian Institute of Management-Calcutta, and the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics at University of Pennsylvania. 4-6 January 2013.

Madrid, Spain: Fundación Juan March. 21 December 2012.

Vienna, Austria: The Political Economy of World Bank and IMF Aid. Vienna University of Economics and Business. 8 June 2012.

Vienna, Austria: Introduction to the International Monetary Fund. Vienna University of Economics and Business. 6 June 2012.

Seoul, Korea: The Bank of Korea International Conference on the Future of the International Financial Architecture. 26–27 May 2011.

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) Argentina, Area de Relaciones Internacionales. 13 May 2011.

Zurich, Switzerland: 4th Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations. 27–29 January 2011.

Bangalore, India: International Political Economy Colloquium: Globalization and the Politics of Poverty and Inequality. Sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, Yale University’s Leitner Program in International & Comparative Political Economy, and the Indian Institute of Management—Bangalore. 4-6 January 2011.

Pontresina, Switzerland: Silvaplana Conference. 24-28 July 2010.

Göttingen, Germany: Georg-August University Göttingen Department of Economics. 25 June 2010.

Tübingen, Germany: The Egon Sohmen Memorial Conference–The Political Economy of International Financial Institutions. June 10–13, 2010.

Oxford, United Kingdom: AidData Conference, University College, Oxford University. 23 March 2010.

Seoul, Korea: Korea University Network of International Studies and Activities (KUNISA) Open Lecture Series (KOLS). 10 July 2009.

Zürich, Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Department of Management, Technology, and Economics KOF – The Second Annual Beyond Basic Questions Conference. 22–24 May 2009.

Barcelona, Spain: Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI). 20 May 2009.

Barcelona, Spain: Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE). 19 May 2009.

Heidelberg, Germany: Deutsch-Amerkanisches Institut, Haus des Kultur. 24 March 2009.

Munich, Germany: The Haus des Bayerischen Wirtschaft Europasaal. 23 March 2009.

Berlin, Germany: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) Conference on Global Governance in the Era of Financial Crisis. 19–20 March 2009.

Geneva, Switzerland: 2nd Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations. 29–31 January 2009.

Beijing, China: The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance (NCGG) Conference on Theories of International Political Economy and China, Peking University. 8–12 December 2008.

Săo Paulo, Brazil: Instituto de Relaçőes Internacionais, Universidade de Săo Paulo, Brazil. 26 November 2008.

Göttingen, Germany: Georg-August University Göttingen Department of Economics. 28 October 2008.

Brussels, Belgium: Solvay Business School, DULBEA and Centre Emile Bernheim jointly organized Research Seminar in Applied Economics and Management. 23 October 2008.

Berlin, Germany: Transparency International. 17 October 2008.

Berlin, Germany: Hertie School of Governance. 16 October 2008.

Göttingen, Germany: Georg-August University Göttingen – The First Annual Beyond Basic Questions Conference. 10–11 October 2008.

Bern, Switzerland: World Trade Institute. 3 October 2008.

Zürich, Switzerland: ETH Zürich, Center for Comparative and International Studies. 2 October 2008.

Zürich, Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Department of Management, Technology, and Economics KOF Speaker Series. 30 July 2008.

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Global Governance, Poverty and Inequality Workshop jointly hosted by the Brooks World Poverty Institute (University of Manchester, UK) and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada). 6–8 June 2008.

Gold Coast, Australia: Bond University Globalisation and Development Centre. 20 March 2008.

Reykjavik, Iceland: International Society for New Institutional Economics 11th Annual Conference. University of Iceland in Reykjavik. 21–23 June 2007.

Zürich, Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Department of Management, Technology, and Economics KOF Speaker Series. 13 June 2007.

Cape Town, South Africa: World Economic Forum and the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee meeting. Hosted by the South African National Treasury. Hotel Vendome. 29–30 May 2006.

Zürich, Switzerland: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Department of Management, Technology, and Economics KOF Speaker Series. 2 May 2006.

San Juan, Puerto Rico: The Latin American Studies Association Conference. 14–19 March 2006.

México, D.F.: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE),International Studies Department Speaker Series. 11 November 2005.

Amsterdam, Netherlands: World Economic Forum and the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee meeting. Hosted by the De Nederlandsche Bank, Westeinde 1. 18–19 November 2004.

Berne, Switzerland: Berne Declaration (BD) Conference: Poverty Reduction with the International Monetary Fund? Tagungszentrum Blumenberg, Schänzlistr. 33. 17 November 2004.

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Centro de Estudios Internacionales Seminario "Globalización y Gobernabilidad," Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. 4–5 July 2002.


Domestic:

Yale University. MacMillan-CSAP Workshop on Quantitative Research Methods. 13 April 2017.

Jessup Correctional Institution, Jessup, Maryland. 17 September 2015.

District of Columbia Public Library, Georgetown, Washington, DC. 22 July 2015.

University of Maryland, Department of Government and Politics. IR/CIDCM Workshop. 20 April 2015.

The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Government. Speaker series. 19 April 2013.

Manhattan College. Pacem in Terris Lecture Series: Cost of War Lecture. 25 March 2013.

New York University. Politics Seminar. 11 December 2012.

Villanova University. Economics Department, Political Science Department, and the Center for Global Leardership. 25 March 2011.

University of Wisconsin-Madison. International Relations Colloquium. 8 March 2011.

Yale University. Leitner Political Economy Seminar. 14 February 2011.

Nova Southeastern University. Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences Division of Humanities Speaker. 7 February 2011.

Washington European Society. Moderator of the "After the G20 Summit" panel. German Marshall Fund, Washington, DC. 22 November 2010.

Georgetown University. Presentation for St Paul's School, London. 25 October 2010.

George Washington University. Institute for Global and International Studies (IGIS) Research Seminar Series. 3 December 2009.

Chicago University. Program on International Politics, Economics and Security (PIPES) Speaker Series. 29 October 2009.

Princeton University. Political Economy Seminar Series. 26 October 2009.

University of Virginia. Politics Department CP/IR Seminar Series. 25 September 2009.

The Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA. Challenges for G-20, presented by the National Flag Foundation and sponsored by PNC, 1250AM ESPN, Lamar Outdoor Advertising, The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and GTN Law. 18 September 2009.

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies: Summer and Special Programs for High School. 25 June 2009.

Columbia University. Initiative for Policy Dialogue and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung conference on "Governance, Transparency and Accountability in Financial Institutions and Regulatory Bodies." 27-28 April 2009.

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. "Can the IMF Really Save the World?" 21 April 2009.

Georgetown University Master of Science in Foreign Service. "Governance at The International Monetary Fund." 15 April 2009.

University of Pennsylvania, Christopher H. Browne Center's International Relations Speaker Series. 18 September 2008.

Manhattan College, International Studies Program. 17 September 2008.

Penn State, Department of Political Science. 7 December 2007.

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Political Science. 30 November 2007.

Georgetown University, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. 26 November 2007.

University of Pittsburgh, Department of Political Science Guest Lecture. 19 November 2007.

Princeton University, Faculty Colloquium in International Relations. 12 November 2007.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Political Science Comparative Politics Workshop. 8 October 2007.

Vassar College. 28 March 2007.

UCLA, Department of Political Science. 22 February 2007.

Duke University, Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy. 15 November 2006.

Manhattan College, International Studies Program. 1 November 2006.

Minnesota University, Political Economy Colloquium. 26 October 2006.

Columbia University, International Politics Seminar (CUIPS). 4 October 2006.

Pittsburgh University, Political Science Department Series: New Methods in Political Science. 7 April 2006.

Emory University, Political Science Department and Sociology Department. 7 February 2006.

Princeton University, Political Economy Workshop. 7 November 2005.

Duke University, Globalization and Equity Seminar. 9 November 2004.

UCLA, International Institute Global Fellows Seminar. 20 May 2004.

Binghamton University Conference on the Selection Problem. 2–3 April 2004.

UCLA, Department of Political Science. 1 March 2004.

Emory University, Department of Political Science. 22 January 2004.

University of California, San Diego, Project on International Affairs. 10 November 2003.

University of Southern California, School of International Relations. 29 October 2003.

UCLA, International Institute Global Fellows Seminar. 9 October 2003.

Notre Dame University, Kellogg Institute. 18 September 2003.

International Monetary Fund, Seminar on The Politics of IMF Lending for The IMF Institute Economics Training Program. 28 March 2003.

Gilman Conference on New Directions in International Relations, Yale University. Discussant. 21–23 February 2003.

New York University, Department of Politics. 25 November 2002.

International Monetary Fund, Research on IMF Programs Workshop. 12 June 2002.

Tufts University, Fletcher School, Claremont-Fletcher Workshop on the Political Economy of the IMF. 13 April 2001.

Tufts University, The Fletcher School. Reform of the IMF Panelist. 12 April 2001.

Dartmouth College, Nelson A. Rockefeller Center. 19 January 2001.

Summer Institute of Programs in International Educational Resources of the Yale Center for International and Area Studies. 12 July 2000.

University of California, Berkeley, The International Relations Colloquium at the Institute of International Studies. 9 May 2000.

Leitner Conference on Political and Economic Aspects of Regional Integration, Yale University. Discussant. 7–8 April 2000.

Manhattan College, Department of Government. 19 May 1999.

Yale University, Department of Political Science. February 1999.

Ohio State University, Department of Political Science. 28 January 1999.

Columbia University, Department of Political Science. 20 January 1999.

University of California, San Diego, Department of Political Science. 3 December 1998.
 

Teaching Experience

International:

Singapore: Game Theory: Planning Strategic Business Contingencies and Crisis Management. GU-HCS Advanced Professional Qualification: Global Business Leadership and International Relations Program. 1—2 June 2015.

Shanghai, China: Comparative Institutional Analysis: The Politics of International Finance. Georgetown McDonough School of Business and Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE) Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA). 11—16 May 2014, 11–15 May 2015.

New York, NY: Money & Politics on the International Stage: The Political Economy of the UN Security Council. Guanghua School of Management, Peking University. 7 May 2014.

Beijing, China: Comparative Institutional Analysis: The Politics of International Finance. Georgetown McDonough School of Business and Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE) Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA). 11–17 May 2013.

Madrid, Spain: Comparative Institutional Analysis: The Politics of International Finance. Georgetown McDonough School of Business and Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE) Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA). 30 April–4 May 2012.

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Global Economic Relations. Georgetown Department of Government and the Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Maestría en Políticas Públicas y Gerenciamiento del Desarrollo. 26 May–5 June 2010, 9–20 May 2011, 14–24 May 2012.

Madrid, Spain: The Global Institutional Environment of International Business (with Marc L. Busch). ESADE's Step Program for Grupo Santander. 13-14 December 2010.

Moscow, Russia: Comparative Institutional Analysis: The Politics of International Finance. Georgetown McDonough School of Business and Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE) Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA). 12–18 May 2009, 11–17 May 2010, 7–9 April 2011.

Seoul, Korea: International Political Economy. International Summer Campus, Korea University. Summer 2009.

Seoul, Korea: International Organizations. International Summer Campus, Korea University. Summer 2009.

Săo Paulo, Brazil: Democracy and Development. Departamento de Cięncia Política, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Cięncias Humanas, Universidad de Săo Paulo (USP). 11, 13, 18, 25 November, 2 December 2008.


Domestic:

Leadership and Politics in International Financial Institutions (China Construction Bank Organizational Management and Financial Innovation Program, McDonough School of Business). Georgetown University. 2015.

Analyzing Multilateral Institutions (ESADE EMBA Program, McDonough School of Business). Georgetown University. 2015.

The Impact of Government (Executive MBA Program, McDonough School of Business). Georgetown University. 2015.

Institutions, Development, and Growth (Global Competitiveness Leadership Program, McDonough School of Business). Georgetown University. 2015.

International Political Economy Research Lab (undergraduate seminar). Georgetown University. 2015.

International Political Economy (undergraduate lecture). Georgetown University. 2012, 2013, 2015.

International Organizations (undergraduate lecture). Georgetown University. 2010-2014.

Economic Development and International Politics (undergraduate seminar). Georgetown University. 2009-2014.

Institutions, Development, and Growth (graduate seminar). Georgetown University. 2014.

Political Economy of International Organizations (graduate seminar). Georgetown University. 2009, 2010, 2012.

International Political Economy (Ph.D. seminar). Georgetown University. 2011, 2013.

International Business Environment (MBA course, with Dennis Quinn). Georgetown University. 2010.

International Relations: Theory and Practice (graduate seminar). Georgetown University. 2009, 2010.

Introduction to International Political Economy (graduate-level seminar). Yale University. 2008.

International Arrangements: Determinants and Consequences (undergraduate seminar). Yale University. 2001–02, 2002–03, 2006–7.

Introduction to Comparative Politics (undergraduate lecture). Yale University. 2002, 2005, 2007 (spring & fall).

The IMF at a Crossroads (undergraduate seminar). Yale University. 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006.

International Ideas and Institutions (undergraduate seminar). Yale University. 2005.

Democracy: Conflict, Collective Action and the State (undergraduate lecture). Yale University. 2000, 2001, 2002.

Statistical Methods for Research in International Relations and Comparative Politics (Ph.D. seminar). Yale University. 2000.

The Role of the State in the Economy (undergraduate seminar). Yale University. 1999, 2000, 2004.

Statistical Methods for Comparative Research. (Graduate Level Course Assistant.) NYU. 1998.

Introduction to Political Economy. (Graduate Level Course Assistant.) NYU. 1998.

Doing Political Science. Co-authored syllabus for The Hewlett Symposium. NYU. 1997.

Public Opinion and Pressure Groups. (Course Assistant.) NYU. 1996.

Introduction to Quantitative Analysis II. (Graduate Level Recitation Instructor.) NYU. 1996.

Introduction to Quantitative Analysis I. (Graduate Level Recitation Instructor.) NYU. 1995.

History of Political and Social Thought. (Course Assistant.) NYU. 1995.

Power and Politics in America. (Course Assistant.) NYU. 1994, 1995.
 

Service

Service to the Profession:

Editorial Board: International Organization. 2013–

Conference committee: The Political Economy of International Organizations. 2007–

Conference organizer: The Political Economy of International Organizations. Mortara Center, Georgetown University, January 28–30, 2010

Section Chair, International Political Economy, American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, 2008

Conference organizer (with Gustav Ranis): The Impact of Globalization on the Nation-State from Above: The International Monetary Fund and The World Bank. Yale Center for International and Area Studies, April 25–27, 2003

Editorial Board (Associate Editor): Review of International Organizations

Reviewer:
    American Economic Review
    American Political Science Review
    American Journal of Political Science
    British Journal of Political Science
    Cambridge University Press
    Canadian Journal of Political Science
    Comparative Economic Studies
    Comparative Political Studies
    Economics & Politics
    European Journal of Political Economy
    Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
    IMF Staff Papers
    International Interactions
    International Organization
    International Studies Quarterly
    Journal of Conflict Resolution
    Journal of Development Economics
    Journal of Human Rights
    Journal of Peace Research
    Journal of Politics
    Latin American Research Review
    National Science Foundation
    New England Journal of Political Science
    Oxford University Press
    Policy Studies Journal
    Political Research Quarterly
    Princeton University Press
    Public Choice
    Regulation & Governance
    Research and Politics
    Review of International Political Economy
    Revista de Ciencia Política
    Studies in Comparative International Development
    Social Science Quarterly
    Swiss National Science Foundation
    World Development
    World Politics
 

Georgetown University Service (2009–):

Field Chair, International Political Economy (IPEC), School of Foreign Service. Fall 2010, Fall 2011–

Statistical Methods Search Committee. 2014

Ph.D. Admissions Committee, Government Department. 2010–2011, 2013–2014

Politics of India Search Committee. 2012-2013

Seminar organizer: Georgetown University International Theory and Research Seminar (GUITARS). 2009–2012

Political Economy Search Committee. 2012

Liaison to CNDLS (Center for New Designs in Learning & Scholarship), School of Foreign Service. 2009–2012

Georgetown University Undergraduate Honor Council . 2009–2011

Parents Weekend presentations. October 2009, October 2010

Admissions Committee, Master of Science in Foreign Service. 2009, 2010
 

Yale University Service (1999–2008):

Ethics Politics and Economics Major Advisory Committee. 2004–05, 2006–07

Director of Undergraduate Studies, International Studies Program, Yale University. 2000–03

International Affairs Council, YCIAS. 2000–03

Yale College Junior Year Abroad Committee, Office for International Education and Fellowship Programs. 2000–02

Undergraduate Admissions. 2002

International Studies Major Evaluation Committee. 2000–02

Auerbach-Grayson Travel Grants (Chair). 2002, 2003

Perlroth Travel Grants (Chair). 2001, 2002, 2003

Sunrise Travel Grants (Chair). 2001, 2002, 2003

Citibank Travel Grants (Chair). 2001, 2002, 2003

Aspin Travel Grants (Chair). 2001, 2002, 2003

Graduate Admissions Committee, International Relations Program. 2000
 

Yale Department of Political Science Service (1999–2008):

Computer Committee. 2000–2008 (Chair 2001–03, 2004–05, 2006–07)

Search Committee (New Initiative). 2006–07

International Relations Field Exam (Chair), 2005

Search Committee (New Initiative). 2001–02

International Relations Field Exam. 2001

Graduate Admissions Committee. 2001

Search Committee (Politics of China). 1999–2000
 

Student Service:

Faculty advisor for The Dominican Student Association – QuisqueYalies. 2005–08

Host at the Yale University United Nations Week. 23 October 2002

Board of Advisors for AIESEC (a French acronym for the International Association of Students in Economics and Business). 2001–02
 

Student Placement

Krzysztof J. Pelc (Ph.D. 2009, Georgetown University): Fellow, Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University (2009–2010); Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, McGill University (2010–)

Stephen B. Kaplan (Ph.D. 2009, Yale University): Fellow, Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University (2009–2010); Assistant Professor, Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University (2010–)

Douglas Woodwell (Ph.D. 2005, Yale University): Assistant Professor, Department of History of Political Science, University of Indianapolis (2006–)
 

Languages

French: Proficient

Spanish: Proficient

Haitian Creole: Conversational (declining)