Peer-reviewed Publications

[4] Global Value Chains as a Constraint on Sovereignty: Evidence from Investor-State Dispute Settlement (with Carolina Moehlecke and Rachel L. Wellhausen)
International Studies Quarterly, 2023, 67(1).

[3] Who’s Afraid of Sunlight? Explaining Opposition to Transparency in Economic Development (with Nathan M. Jensen)
Business and Politics, 2021, 23(4): 471-494.

[2] Public-Private Initiatives and Corporate Responses to Stakeholder Complaints
International Organization, 2021, 75(3): 803-836.

[1] Judicial Economy and Moving Bars in International Investment Arbitration (with Leslie Johns and Rachel L. Wellhausen)
Review of International Organizations, 2020, 15(3): 923-945.

Other Publications

[1] Ownership and Trust in Banks: Evidence from the First Bank in an American Indian Nation (with D.L. Feir and Rachel L. Wellhausen)
American Economic Association: Papers and Proceedings, 2021, 111: 227-232.

Working Papers

Informational Lobbying and Commercial Diplomacy
Under Review.

Exporting Capital, Importing Law (with Nikhil Kalyanpur)
Previously (briefly) titled “The Oligarch’s Offshore Dilemma.” Under Review.

Spillover Effects in International Law: Evidence from Tax Planning
David A. Lake Award for best paper presented at IPES 2020. Under Review.

The Promise of Economic Integration: Evidence from the First Bank in an American Indian Nation (with D.L. Feir and Rachel L. Wellhausen)
R&R, Business and Politics.

Does Transparency Improve Public Policy? Evidence from a Tax Incentive Transparency Initiative (with Nathan M. Jensen)

Works in Progress

Firms, Diplomats, and Piecemeal Globalization: How Corporate Interests Shape International Institutions (Book Project)

The Bureaucratic Origins of International Law (with Matt Malis)

Revolving Door Diplomats (with David Lindsey and Matt Malis)

Treaty Diplomacy and the Global Firm

Transparency Shocks and Private Governance in Offshore Finance (with Daniel Berliner and Nikhil Kalyanpur)