My research examines China’s engagement with the developing world from a political economy perspective, using a variety of methods: econometric analysis, experiments, text data, models of strategic interaction, and qualitative interviews.
Job Market Paper: “Institutional Eclipse: How Chinese Loans Substitute for IMF Assistance”
“Why Does China Tolerate Bad Behavior in State-Owned Firms? Domestic Interests and Foreign Loans from Autocracies”
“Imagined Foreign Communities: Explaining Variation in Narratives of China’s Rise”
“Japan and the Collapse of Bretton Woods.” With Frances Rosenbluth. In The Bretton Woods Agreements: Together with Scholarly Commentaries and Essential Historical Documents, edited by Naomi Lamoreaux and Ian Shapiro, 236-253. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2019.