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Curriculum Vitae June 2017

LESLIE ELLIOTT ARMIJO

Curriculum Vitae — June 2017

Email: leslie.armijo@gmail.com

www.lesliearmijo.org

Professional Employment

Simon Fraser University, School for International Studies, Term Associate Professor, Fall 2015-Present

Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil), International Relations Institute, Visiting Professor, 2015

Portland State University, Mark O. Hatfield School, Visiting Scholar, 2006-2014

American University, Center for Latin American and Latino Studies (CLALS), Non-Resident Fellow, 2012-2015

Freie Universität Berlin, Lateinamerika-Institut/Desigualdades Project, Visiting Fellow, Fall 2011

Reed College, Department of Political Science, Visiting Associate Professor or Visiting Scholar, 1999-2001, 2003-2005

Lewis & Clark College, Visiting Associate Professor, 2002-2003

Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Visiting Faculty, Summer 2001

Northeastern University, Assistant Professor, 1989-1998

Education

Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, May 1989 (Political Science/ International Relations)

M.A. University of California, Berkeley, December 1980 (Political Science)

B.A. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, May 1978 (Government), with Distinction in all subjects

Teaching

International Relations

International Economics/Political Economy

Brazil/South America/India/Emerging Powers/Developing Areas

International/Comparative Public Policy

Research Themes

South American Regionalism

International/Comparative Public Policy (Financial Regulation, Migration, Infrastructure, Energy)

Democracy and Markets

Financial Statecraft

Emerging powers & the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa)

PUBLICATIONS

Books and Edited Collections

The BRICS and Collective Financial Statecraft. (with Cynthia A. Roberts and Saori N. Katada). New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming Fall 2017.

Unexpected Outcomes: How Emerging Economies Survived the Global Financial Crisis (ed. with Carol Wise and Saori N. Katada). Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 2015.

The Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers: Shield and Sword in Asia and Latin America (ed. with Saori N. Katada). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Special Issue on “The BRIC Countries” (ed.). Asian Perspective, 31:4, December, 2007.

Debating the Global Financial Architecture (ed.).  Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2001.

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

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

Journal Articles

“Explaining Infrastructure Underperformance in Brazil: Cash, Political Institutions, Corruption, and Policy Gestalts” (with Sybil Rhodes). Policy Studies, 38:3, 2017, pp. 231-247.

“Can International Relations and Comparative Politics be Policy Relevant? Theory and Methods for Incorporating Political Context” (with Sybil Rhodes). Politics & Policy, 43:5, 2015, October.

“Theorizing the Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers,” (with Saori N. Katada). New Political Economy, 12:1, January 2014, pp. 42-62.

“The Systemic Financial Importance of Emerging Powers” (with Laurissa Muehlich and Daniel Tirone). Journal of Policy Modeling, 36, Supplement 1, 2014, pp. S67-S88.

“Equality and Regional Finance in the Americas,” Latin American Politics and Society, 55:4, Winter 2013, pp. 95-118.

“Brazil, the Democratic and Entrepreneurial BRIC” (with Sean Burges). Special issue on the BRICs, edited by Cynthia A. Roberts. Polity, 42:1, January 2010, pp. 14-37.

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

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

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

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

“The BRICs Countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) 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.

“Compared to What? Assessing Brazilian Political Institutions” (with Philippe Faucher and Magdelena 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.

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

“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.

“‘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.

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

“Center-State Relations in India and Brazil: Privatization of Electricity and Banking” (with Prem Shankar Jha). Revista de Economia Política (São Paulo), July/November, 1997.

“Inflation and Insouciance: The Peculiar Brazilian Game,” Latin American Research Review, 31:3, Fall 1996, 7-46.

“Menem’s Mania? The Timing of Argentine Privatization,” Southwestern Journal of Law and Trade in the Americas, 1:1, 1994, pp. 1-28.

“The Problems of Simultaneous Transitions” (with T.J. Biersteker and A.F. Lowenthal). Journal of Democracy, 5:4, October 1994, pp. 161-175.

“The Resurgence of Political Democracy in Contemporary Latin America,” India International Centre Quarterly (New Delhi), 17:2, Monsoon Issue, 1990, pp. 135-150.

Book Chapters

“Brazil as a Global Player.” In Peter Burnell, Victoria Randall, and Lise Rakner, eds. Politics in the Developing World, 5th ed. London: Oxford University Press, 2017.

“The Public Bank Trilemma: The BNDES and Brazil’s New Developmentalism.” In Peter Kingstone and Timothy Power, eds., Democratic Brazil Divided. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, forthcoming 2017.

“Introduction” and “Lessons from the Cases” (both with Carol Wise and Saori N. Katada). In C. Wise, L.E. Armijo, and S.N. Katada, eds., Unexpected Outcomes: How Emerging Economies Survived the Global Financial Crisis. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution, 2015.

“New Kids on the Block: Rising Multipolarity, More Financial Statecraft” and “The Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers: How, Why, and So What?” (both with Saori N. Katada), and “Brave New World? The Politics of International Finance in Brazil and India (with John Echeverri-Gent). In L.E. Armijo and S.N. Katada, eds., The Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers: Shield and Sword in Asia and Latin America. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

“Absolute or Relative Gains? How Status Quo and Emerging Powers Conceptualize Global Finance” (with John Echeverri-Gent). In Thomas Oatley and William Winecoft, eds. Handbook of International Monetary Relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2014, pp. 144-165.

“The Emerging Powers and Global Governance: Why the BRICS Matter” (with Cynthia Roberts). In Robert Looney, ed. Handbook of Emerging Economies. New York: Routledge, 2014, pp. 503-524.

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

“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).

“The Terms of the Debate [on International Financial Architecture]: What’s Democracy Got to Do with It?.” In Leslie Elliott Armijo, ed. Debating the Global Financial Architecture. (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2001, pp. 2-62).

“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, pp. 17-50, 309-335).

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

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

“Brazil: Business-Government Financial Relations in the Land of ‘Super-Inflation.'” In R. Bingham and E. W. Hill, eds., Government and Business Finance: Global Perspectives on Economic Development. (Newark: CUPR Press of Rutgers University, 1997).

“Brazilian Politics and Patterns of Financial Regulation, 1950-1991,” in S. Haggard, C. Lee, and S. Maxfield, eds., The Politics of Finance in Developing Countries. (Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1993, pp. 259-90).

Works in Progress

“Global Finance Meets Neorealism, and a Dataset” (with Daniel C. Tirone and Hyoung Kyu Chey). Article manuscript.

Is South America a Region? The International Politics of Infrastructure, Immigration, and Money (with Sybil Rhodes). Book manuscript.

Voice and Money: Politics and Financial Regulation in India and Brazil (with Sybil Rhodes). Book manuscript.

Other Publications (Working papers, research notes, encyclopedia entries, op-ed pieces)

“La elusiva búsqueda del ‘cresimiento verde’: Las relaciones internacionales y la cooperación ambiental en el hemisferio occidental,” (with Sybil Rhodes). Revista UCEMA, 24, April 2014, pp. 16-19.

“Brazilian Leadership and the Global Internet,” with Sybil D. Rhodes, American University Latin America blog, April 28, 2014. <www.aulablog.net>

Expert participant in online forum on “Financial Statecraft and Currency Power,” at the International Relations and Security Network, March 10-13, 2014. http://isn.ethz.ch/Dossiers/Detail/?lng=en&id=177473&contextid782=177473

“Equality and Multilateral Financial Cooperation in the Americas,” Working Paper, Lateinamerika-Ins, Freie Universität Berlin, 2012, at <www.desigualdades.edu>

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

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

“Tradeoffs Implicit in Sequencing Democracy and Economic Reform,” in Leslie Elliott 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).

Theses

“Public Policy in a Semi-Autonomous State: The Political Economy of Brazil’s Financial Modernization, 1950 to 1987” (J. Das Gupta, D. Collier, A. Fishlow), Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1989.

“Disrupting Rural Productive Structures: Land Reform in the USSR, Mexico, Taiwan, and Tanzania” (J. Das Gupta), M.A. Essay, University of California, Berkeley, 1983.

ADMINISTRATION, GRANTS, AND SERVICE

Academic and Project Administration

Co-Principal Investigator with Carol Wise and Saori Katada. Workshop Grant from Mellon Foundation and Latin American Studies Association (LASA) for” Financial Statecraft and Ascendant Powers: Latin America and Asia after the 2008-10 Global Financial Crisis,” 2011-2. Workshop held at University of Southern California, March 2012.

Co-Principal Investigator with S. Katada. Workshop Grant from International Studies Association (ISA) for Workshop on “Unexpected Outcomes across the Pacific Rim: The Quick Rebound of Emerging Markets from the 2008-09 Global Crisis,” 2010-1.Workshop held at University of Southern California, November 2011.

Co-Principal Investigator, de facto, with A. Sinha; University of Wisconsin Research Circle Grant for Workshop on “BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) in the Global Political Economy,” 2007. Workshop held in Madison, Spring 2008.

Principal Investigator. Alta Corbett Summer Collaborative Research Grant, Project on “Democracy and Economic Reform,” Reed College, 2000.

Co-Principal Investigator with Prem Shankar Jha. Grant from India section of IRIS (Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector) Project of University of Maryland, for “Center-State Policy Conflicts in Federal Systems: Privatization in India and Brazil,” 1995.

Director, “Master of Arts in Political Science” Program, and Founding Director, “Thesis Writers’ Workshop,” Department of Political Science, Northeastern University, 1996-8.

Principal Investigator. Workshop Grant for Junior Faculty, International Studies Association (ISA) for “Democratization and Financial Crises in Emerging Markets.” Workshop held at Brown University, 1995.

Chair, “Center for International Politics and Administration (CIPA),” Northeastern University, 1993-5.

Co-Coordinator (with Abraham F. Lowenthal and Thomas J. Biersteker), Colloquia Series, “Political and Economic Liberalization,” Center for International Studies, University of Southern California, 1992-3.

Honors and Grants (except as above)

Visiting Faculty Fellowship, University of São Paulo (Brazil), Institute of International Relations, February-June, 2015.

Fall Faculty Fellowship, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin, 2011.

Co-Applicant and Participant, Mellon Seminar on “Institutions and Economic, Political, and Social Organization,” Reed College, 2004-5

Political Economy Fellow, Center for International Studies, University of Southern California, “Indian Macroeconomic Policymaking in Comparative Perspective with Latin America.,”1992-3.

Principal Investigator, Indo/American Foundation Senior Research Grant for Non-South Asia Specialists to India, “Indian Macroeconomic Policymaking in Comparative Perspective with Latin America” 1991-2.

Fulbright-Hayes Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship to Brazil, 1984-5.

Other Professional Service

Chair, Tomassini Prize Committee for Best Book in International Relations or Political Economy, Latin American Studies Association (LASA), 2012-3.

Governing council, “Economics and Politics” Organized Section, Latin American Studies Association (LASA), 2010-1.

Co-Chair, Annual Meeting Track on “Transnationalism and Globalization,” Latin American Studies Association (LASA), 2008-9.

Founder/Convener, “Portland International Economics & Politics (PDX-IPE) Group” (book group on international/comparative public policy for area faculty), 2007-9.

Best Article Prize Committee, Comparative Democratization Section, American Political Science Association (APSA), 2009-10.

Co-Chair, “Economics and Politics” Organized Section, Latin American Studies Association (LASA), 2004-7.

American Political Science Association (APSA) Task Force on “Difference and Inequality in Developing Societies,” 2003-6.

Reviewer for Palgrave Macmillan, Cornell University Press, University of Pittsburgh Press, Lynne Rienner, International Organization, World Politics, Latin American Politics and Society, Review of International Political Economy, Democratization, Journal of Politics in Latin America, Studies in Comparative International Development, Business and Politics, Pacific Review, International Policy Studies, European Journal of International Relations, Chinese Journal of International Relations, 2008-14.

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS (recent only)

Invited Colloquia and Workshops

Australian National University, Canberra, Centre for Latin American Studies, August 27-28.

* Workshop on “Latin America and the Shifting Sands of Global Power”

Universidad del CEMA, Buenos Aires, May 8, 2015.

* “The Collective Financial Statecraft of the BRICS: Hanging Together, but Why?”

Kellogg Institute, University of Notre Dame, April 24-26, 2014.

* “The World through Latin Americanist Eyes: Comparative Public Policy beyond the Advanced Industrial Countries.” Presented at “A New Critical Juncture: Conference to Honor the Work of David and Ruth Collier.”

KU Leuven, Belgium, November 27-29, 2013.

* “Ambiguous Boundaries, Contested Content, and Leader States: A New Approach to International Policy Analysis,” (with Sybil Rhodes). Presented at “Celebratory Comparative Policy Analysis Conference: Validating Methods for Comparing Public Policy.”

American University, School of International Studies, September 5-6, 2013.

* Workshop on “Brazil and the Liberal Order: Brazil’s Influence on Global Norms and Institutions.”

United Nations University, Centre for Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Brussels, June 21, 2013.

* “The Systemic Financial Importance of Emerging Powers,” GR:EEN and Agora Workshop on “Measuring and Modeling Regional Powers.”

University of Oxford, Brazil Centre, and Kings College London, Brazil Centre, February 21-22, 2013.

* “Brazil’s New Developmentalism,” Workshop on “Democratic Brazil Emergent.”

State University of São Paulo (UESP), Brazil, November 10-12, 2012.

* “Climate and Environmental Cooperation in the Americas” (with Sybil Rhodes), 2nd Workshop on “Hemisphere in Flux.”

Freie Universität Berlin, November 14, 2011.

* “Who are ‘The Americas’? Transregional financial links, unequal capabilities, and evolving regional identities,” Workshop on “Reducing Global and Intra-regional Inequalities: The Role of Monetary Cooperation and Integration.”

American University, Center for Latin American and Latino Studie, October 13-15, 2011.

* “Environmental Policy Coordination in the Americas,” Workshop on “Hemisphere in Flux: International Relations and Multilateralism in the Inter-American System.”

University of São Paulo, International Relations Institute (USP/IRI), Brazil, June 2011.

* “Global Rebalancing and the BRICS,” Plenary Session Address, Annual Meeting of Brazilian International Relations Association (ABRI).

Cornell University, Department of Government, October 30-November 1, 2009.

* “Financial Statecraft and the BRICs Countries,” Workshop on “The Global Effects of the American/European Financial Crisis in Middle-Income Countries and Emerging Markets.”

Cornell University, Center for Latin American Studies, October 29, 2009.

* “Regional Integration in South America,” Colloquium Series on Latin America.

Waterloo University, Institute of International Affairs, Toronto, September 25-26, 2008.

* “Financial Statecraft and the Emerging Powers,” Workshop on “Crisis and Response: Whither International Financial Regulation?”

United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER), Rio de Janeiro, July 11-12, 2008.

* “The Political Context of Brazilian Capital Markets Modernization” (with Walter L. Ness). Conference on “Southern Engines of Global Growth—China, India, Brazil, and South Africa (CIBS) “

University of Wisconsin, Madison, March 8-9, 2008.

* “The ‘BRICs Countries’ (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) as an Analytical Concept: Insight or Mirage?,” Workshop on “Emerging Powers in the Global System.”

Simon Fraser University, Centre for Latin American Studies, Vancouver, B.C., February 25, 2008.

* “Brazil: To Be or Not to Be a BRIC?,” Inter-University Colloquium on Latin America.

University of British Columbia, Department of Political Science, February 26, 2008.

* “Foreign Policy Options for Latin America’s New Left: Lula, Chávez, and Their Neighbors in an Increasingly Multipolar World,” Inter-University Colloquium on Latin America.”

Boston University, Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer Range Future, April 6-7, 2007.

* “Democracy and Macroeconomic Moderation,” Workshop on “Democracy and Development.”

Université de Móntreal, CÉRIUM, March 29-30, 2007

* “Comrades and Competitors: Foreign Economic Policies of South America’s ‘Pink Tide’ Governments,” Workshop on “Amérique Latine: Nouvelles Gauches? Nouvelles Démocraties?”

Cornell University, Johnson School of Business Administration, September 26, 2005.

* “National Capitalisms Outside the Industrial Core,” Colloquium.

Cornell University, Center for Latin American Studies, September 27, 2005.

* “Mass Democracy: The Real Reason that Brazil Ended Inflation?,” Colloquium.

Bank Indonesia (Central Bank of Indonesia), Jakarta, July 13-14, 2005.

* “Contested Meanings of Corporate Governance Reform: The Case of Brazilian Capital Markets Reform,” Workshop on “Reform of Indonesian Financial Architecture.”

University of Virginia, Department of Political Science, April 21-25, 2005.

* “Mental Models and Global Finance” (with J. Echeverri-Gent) and “Constructing Global Markets and the World Trade Organization” (with J. Echeverri-Gent), Workshop on “Inequality and Difference in Developing Societies.”

Reed College, Department of Political Science, April 8, 2005.

* “National Capitalisms Outside the Industrial Core,” Mellon Seminar on Institutions.

Claremont Graduate University, Department of Economics, April 1-2, 2005.

* “Neo-liberalism in Latin America,” Workshop on “Mental Models and Economic Policy: Neo-Liberalism and Its Challengers.”

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), Mumbai, India, July 23, 2004.

* “Currency Crises and Decision-making Frameworks: Evidence from Argentina and Brazil,” Colloquium Series on International Finance.

Academic Conferences

Latin American Studies Association (LASA), San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 27-30, 2015.

* “The Collective Financial Statecraft of the BRICS: Can Brazil Cooperate with China?”

* Workshop participant, “New Developmentalism and Macroeconomic Constraints: The Case of Latin America”

International Studies Association (ISA), New Orleans, February 17-21, 2015.

* “The Joint Financial Statecraft of the BRICS: Is China a Special Case?” Panel paper.

Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Washington, D.C., May 29-June 1, 2013

* “Doing International Policy Analysis: Environmental Cooperation and Competition in the Americas,” Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), San Francisco, April 3-6, 2013.

* “The Political Economy of Power Dispersion: The BRICS in the Emerging Global Order” (with Cynthia Roberts), Panel paper

* “Presidential Theme Roundtable: Power Diffusion, BRICS, and Firewalls,” Roundtable participant

* “The Varieties of Capitalism and India’s Political Economy,” Panel paper

* “Variations of Regionalism: Etel Solingen’s Contribution to Comparative Regionalism,” Roundtable participant.

International Political Science Association (IPSA), Madrid, July 7-11, 2012.

* “The 2007-09 Financial Crisis and the Future of International Relations,” Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), Montreal, March 16-18, 2011.

* “Money and Hegemony: Battles over Financial Architecture in the Western Hemisphere,” Panel paper

Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Toronto, October 15-19, 2010.

* “Alternatives for the Americas: Regional Finance in the Foreign Policies of the United States, Venezuela, and Brazil,” Panel paper

American Political Science Association (APSA), Toronto, September 3-6, 2009.

* “Financial Statecraft and Emerging Powers” (with Saori Katada), Panel paper

Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Rio de Janeiro, June 11-14, 2009.

* “Energy, Infrastructure, and Finance: The Political Economy of South American Regional Integration” (with C.A. Kearney), Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), New York, February 15-18, 2009.

* “Brazil and China in Global Financial Governance,” Panel paper

American Political Science Association (APSA), Boston, August 28-30, 2008.

* “Political Regimes and National Capitalisms: A Model and Financial Policy Research Program,” Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), San Francisco, March 27, 2008.

* “Competing Versions of Regional Integration: Whither South America?” (with C.A. Kearney), Panel paper

Latin American and Caribbean Economics Association (LACEA), Bogotá, Colombia, October 4-6, 2007.

* “Does Democracy Prevent Economic Crisis? Contestation, Inclusion, and Macroeconomic Moderation” (with C. Gervasoni), Panel paper

Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Montreal, September 5-8, 2007.

* “National Policymaking Styles in South America: Why is Argentina ‘Discontinuous’?” (with Philippe Faucher), Panel paper

American Political Science Association (APSA), Chicago, August 28-September 2, 2007. – “Observations on the BRICs,” Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), Chicago, February 28-March 3, 2006.

* “Does Democratization Alter the Policy Process? Trade Policymaking in Brazil” (with C. Kearney), Panel paper

Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA), Vanderbilt Univ, October 13-16, 2007.

* “Does Democratization Alter the Policy Process? Trade Policymaking in Brazil” (with C. Kearney), Panel paper

Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), Chicago, April 20-22, 2006..

            * “Democracy and Macroeconomic Moderation: Theories and Evidence” (with C. Gervasoni), Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), San Diego, March 24-27, 2006.

* “Markets, Realpolitik, and Solidarity in Brazilian Trade Policy” (with C. Kearney), Panel paper

International Studies Association (ISA), Honolulu, March 2005.

* “When Do Countries Cope Well With External Shocks? Adjustment Patterns in Argentina and Brazil” (with P. Faucher), Panel paper

* “Reform of Money and Credit in Nineteenth Century India and Brazil,” Panel paper

SPECIAL SKILLS

Languages

Portuguese, Spanish

Other

Field research: Brazil, India

Economics: Macro, International, Development

Professional Memberships

American Political Science Association (APSA); Latin American Studies Association (LASA); Latin American and Caribbean Economics Association (LACEA); International Studies Association (ISA); International Political Science Association (IPSA); Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA)

REFERENCES

Eric Hershberg, Professor & Director, Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, American University <hershber@american.edu>

Peter Kingstone, Professor & Co-Director, International Development Institute, King’s College London <peter.kingstone@kcl.ac.uk>

Audie Klotz, Professor of International Relations, Maxwell School of Public Affairs, Syracuse University <aklotz@maxwell.syr.edu>

Ilene Grabel, Professor & Co-Director, MA Program in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration, University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies <Ilene.grabel@du.edu>

Philippe Faucher, Professor of Political Science, University of Montreal <philippe.faucher@umontreal.ca>

David Collier, Chancellor’s Professor, Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley <dcollier@socrates.berkeley.edu>

Maria Hermínia Tavares, Professor & former Director, Institute of International Relations, University of São Paulo; former President, LASA <mariaher@uol.com.br>

Benjamin J. Cohen, Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy, University of California, Santa Barbara <bjcohen@polsci.ucsb.edu>

John Echeverri-Gent, Associate Professor of Government, University of Virginia; <jee8p@eservices.virginia.edu>

Barbara Fritz, Professor of Economics, Free University of Berlin <Barbara.fritz@fu-berlin.de>

Wendy Hunter, Professor, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin <wendyhunter@austin.utexas.edu>

Saori Katada, Associate Professor of International Relations; Director, Ph.D. Program in Politics and International Relations; University of Southern California <skatada@usc.edu>