Women in International Political Economy Workshop

- | The Forum

9:00 - Opening Remarks

9:10 - Iasmin Goes, Colorado State University 
“Local Political Determinants of FDI Inflows: Evidence from City-Level Data in Brazil”

Discussant: Layna Mosley, Princeton University

9:40 - Sujeong Shim, New York University - Abu Dhabi
“Perfect Scapegoats? Blaming and Defending the International Monetary Fund”
Discussant: Christina Davis, Harvard University

10:10 - Break

11:00 - Siyao Li, University of Pittsburgh
“Who Harmonizes: Unilateral and Bilateral Underpinnings of Multilateral Regimes”
Discussant: Christina Schneider, University of California, San Diego

11:30 - Haillie Na-Kyung Lee, Seoul National University
“Why Arbitrate?: The Role of the State in Investor-State Arbitration”
Discussant: Soo Yeon Kim, Singapore National University

12:00 - Lunch/Roundtable

2:00 - Kelly Matush, Florida State University
“Democratic Backsliding and Foreign Public Opinion”
Discussant: Sarah Bush, University of Pennsylvania

2:30 - Lindsay Dolan, Wesleyan University
“The Role of Individuals in Global Governance: Evidence from the World Bank”
Discussant: Alexandra Guisinger, Temple University

3:00 - Break

3:30 - Saliha Metinsoy, Erasmus University Rotterdam
“World Bank, Gender (In)Equality, and Gender-Related Conditionality”
Discussant: Simone Dietrich, University of Geneva

4:00 - Isabel Rodriguez-Toribio, Concordia University
“Informal Global Governance and Sovereign Debt: The G20 Common Framework and Debt Crises"
Discussant: Nita Rudra, Georgetown University

4:30 - Poster Session


Organizer: Cleo O’Brien-Udry, Browne Center Postdoctoral Fellow