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Publications

IN PRESS (as of early 2013; for updated publication and citation information, see CV; these draft versions are substantially similar)

Theorizing the Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers,” New Political Economy, Forthcoming 2014.

The Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers, ed. with Saori Katada. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Forthcoming 2014.

The Systemic Financial Importance of Emerging Powers” (with Laurissa Muehlich and Daniel Tirone). Forthcoming in Special Issue “Measuring and Modeling Regional Powers,” ed. Philippe De Lombaerde, Journal of Policy Modeling.

Absolute or Relative Gains? How Status Quo and Emerging Powers Conceptualize Global Finance” (with  John Echeverri-Gent). Forthcoming in Thomas Oatley and William Winecoft, eds. Handbook  of International Monetary Relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

The Public Bank Trilemma: Brazil’s New Developmentalism and the BNDES.” Forthcoming in Peter Kingstone and Timothy Power, eds., Democratic Brazil Ascendant. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

The Emerging Powers and Global Governance: Why the BRICS Matter” (with Cynthia A. Roberts). Forthcoming in Robert Looney, ed. Handbook of Emerging Economies. New York: Routledge.

“Brazil as a Global Player.” Forthcoming in Peter Burnell, Victoria Randall, and Lise Rakner, eds. Politics in the Developing World, 4th ed. London: Oxford University Press.

Equality and Regional Finance in the Americas,” Latin American Politics and Society, Forthcoming Winter 2013.

PUBLICATIONS

Regional Integration: Political Uses of Energy Policy” (with Christine Gustafson), in Maurício Font and Laura Randall, eds., The Brazilian State: Debate and Agenda. Lanham and New York: Lexington, 2011.

Monetary Relations,” in B. Badie, D. Berg-Schlosser, and L. Morlino, eds., International Encyclopedia of Political Science, Newbury Park, CA: Sage Reference, 2011.

Two Dimensions of Democracy and the Economy” (with Carlos Gervasoni), Democratization, 17:1, February 2010, pp. 143-174.

Brazil, the Democratic and Entrepreneurial BRIC” (with Sean Burges), Polity, 42:1, January 2010, pp. 14-37.

‘We Have a Consensus’: Political Support for Market Reforms in Latin America” (with Philippe Faucher), in William C. Smith and Laura Gómez-Mera, eds., The Political Economy of Contemporary Latin America, New York: Blackwell, 2010. [Collection of articles originally appearing in Latin American Politics and Society.]

Policy Responses to Globalization: Damned If You Do, Worse if You Don’t,” Review Essay,  Latin American Research Review, 43:3, 2008, pp. 259-267.

Does Democratization Alter the Policy Process? Trade Policymaking in Brazil” (with Christine Kearney), Democratization, 15:5, December 2008, pp. 991-1017.

The BRICs Countries as Analytical Category: Insight or Mirage?,” Asian Perspective, 31:4, December 2007, pp. 1-42.

Brazil: To Be or Not to Be a BRIC?” (with Paulo Sotero), Asian Perspective, 31:4, December 2007, pp. 43-70.

Leadership, Responsibility, Perhaps Democracy: New Thinking about Latin American Development,” Review Essay, Latin American Research Review, 42:2, 2007.

(editor). Special Issue on the BRICs Countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China), Asian Perspective, 31:4, December 2007.

Compared to What? Assessing Brazil’s Political Institutions” (with Philippe Faucher and Magdalena Dembinska), Comparative Political Studies, 39:6, August 2006, pp. 759-786.

Mass Democracy: The Real Reason that Brazil Ended Inflation?,” World Development, 33:12, December 2005, pp. 2013-2028.

Who’s Afraid of Economic Populism? Counter-Intuitive Observations on Democracy and Brazilian Political Economy,” in Lourdes Sola and Laurence Whitehead, eds.,  Statecrafting Monetary Reform: Democracy and Financial Order in Brazil, Oxford: Centre for Brazilian Studies, Oxford University, Fall 2005.

“Crises cambiais e estrutura decisória: a política de recuperação econômica na Argentina e no Brasil” (with Philippe Faucher), Dados (Rio de Janeiro), 47:2, 2004, pp. 297-334.

“Le rôle des institutions politiques dans les crises financières de l’Argentine et du Brésil” (with Philippe Faucher), Revue Tiers Monde (Paris), XLV: 178, April-June 2004, pp. 387-418.

Lamenting Weak Governance: Views on Global Finance,” Review Essay, International Studies Review, 6:3,2004,  pp. 447-452.  Review essay.

“‘‘We Have a Consensus’: Explaining Political Support for Market Reforms in Latin America” (with Philippe Faucher), Latin American Politics and Society, 44:2, 2002, pp. 1-40.

(ed.) Debating the Global Financial Architecture , Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2002.

The Terms of the Debate [about Global Financial Architecture]: What’s Democracy Got to Do with It?,” in Armijo, ed. Debating the Global Financial Architecture, Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2002

The Political Geography of World Financial Reform: Who Wants What, and Why?,” Special issue on the Global Financial Architecture, edited by Susanne Soderberg, Global Governance, 7:4, 2001.

“New International Financial Architecture,” in R.J. Barry Jones, ed., Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, London: Routledge, 2001.

(ed.) Financial Globalization and Democracy in Emerging Markets, New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 1999.

Mixed Blessing: Expectations about Foreign Capital and Democracy in Emerging Markets,” and “Mixed Blessing: Conclusions,” in L. E. Armijo, ed. Financial Globalization and Democracy in Emerging Markets, New York: Palgrave/St. Martin’s, 1999.

Balance Sheet or Ballot Box? Incentives to Privatize in Emerging Democracies,” in P. Oxhorn and P. Starr, eds., The Problematic Relationship between Economic and Political Liberalization, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1999.

Center-State Relations in India and Brazil: Privatization of Electricity and Banking” (with Prem Shankar Jha), Revista de Economia Política (Brazil), July/November, 1997. [Also appeared in S. Kahkonen and A. Lanyi, eds., Institutions, Incentives, and Economic Reforms in India,  New Delhi: Sage, 2000.]

Democratic Integrity and Financial Molasses: The Business Environment in India,” in R. Bingham and E. W. Hill, eds., Government and Business Finance: Global Perspectives on Economic Development, Newark: CUPR Press of Rutgers University, 1997.

Business Finance in Brazil, the Land of Superinflation,'” in R. Bingham and E. W. Hill, eds., Government and Business Finance: Global Perspectives on Economic Development, Newark: CUPR Press of Rutgers University, 1997.

Inflation and Insouciance: The Peculiar Brazilian Game,” Latin American Research Review, 31:3, Fall 1996.

(ed.) Conversations about Democratization and Economic Reform: Working Papers of the Southern California Seminar, Los Angeles: University of Southern California, Center for International Studies, 1995.

“Tradeoffs Implicit in Sequencing Democracy and Economic Reform,” in Armijo, ed., Conversations about Democratization and Economic Reform: Working Papers of the Southern California Seminar, Los Angeles: University of Southern California, Center for International Studies, 1995.

“Menem’s Mania?: The Timing of Argentine Privatization,” Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade in the Americas, Vol.1, No. 1, 1994, pp. 1-28.

The Problem of Simultaneous [Economic and Political] Transitions” (with Thomas J. Bierstecker and Abraham F. Lowenthal), Journal of Democracy, Vol. 5, No. 4, October 1994, pp. 161-175.

Brazilian Politics and Patterns of Financial Regulation, 1945-1991,” in S. Haggard, C. Lee, and S. Maxfield, eds., The Politics of Finance in Developing Countries, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1993.

“The Resurgence of Political Democracy in Contemporary Latin America,” India International Centre Quarterly (New Delhi), Vol. 17, No. 2, Monsoon Issue 1990, pp. 135-150.

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Contending Visions of the Americas: International Public Policies of the United States, Venezuela, and Brazil (with Sybil Rhodes). Book manuscript.

“Ambiguous Boundaries, Slippery Slopes, and Leader States: A New Approach to ‘Governance Mapping’ in International Policy Arenas’ (with Sybil Rhodes).

Voice and Money through Time: India, Brazil, and Why Politics Matters for Finance (with John Echeverri-Gent). Book manuscript.

The Meta-Varieties of Capitalism: How to Compare Public Policymaking Across Wildly Heterogeneous National Cases. Book manuscript.

UNDER REVIEW

Unexpected Outcomes: How Emerging Markets Survived the Global Financial Crisis (with Carol Wise and Saori Katada, eds.).

A Brave New World: Brazil and India’s Financial Statecraft in the Changing Global Order ” (with John Echeverri-Gent). In Financial Statecraft and Emerging Powers, Leslie Elliott Armijo and Saori Katada, eds.