Firm Politics in Trade

The Arbitrage Lobby: Consumers, Special Interests, and The Politics of Dual Exchange Rates, with Dorothy Kronick. International Organization (Winter 2022) here.

Anticipating Exclusion: Chinese Manufacturing Firms and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, with Xiaojun Li. Business & Politics (June 2020). here.

Negotiating Exclusion: Regulatory barriers in Preferential Trade Agreements, with Ipek Cinar. Economics & Politics (March 2022) here.

The Multiplant Origins of the National Market Journal of Historical Political Economy (2024) Vol. 3: No. 4, pp 577-606. here.

American Trade Policy

America and Trade Liberalization: The Limits of Institutional Reform, with Judith Goldstein International Organization (Spring 2014) here.

America and the Trade Regime: What Went Wrong?, with Judith Goldstein. International Organization (Spring 2021) here.

The Limits of Institutional Reform: America, Trade Liberalization and the GATT/WTO, with Judith Goldstein. The Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism (2016).

Trading Away Tariffs: The Operations of the GATT System, with Judith Goldstein. World Trade Review (2022) here.

The Political Benefits of the Monoculture, with Anton Strezhnev. here.

Populism, Persuasion and Democratic Accountability

The Globalisation Crisis: Populism and the Rise of an Anti-Trade Coalition, with Judith Goldstein. European Review of International Studies (2019) here.

Goading the Watchdog: How Politicians Evade Accountability, with Zhaotian Luo. here.

Must Watch Propaganda: the marginal treatment effect of foreign media among always-takers with Arthur Zeyang Yu. Political Science Research and Methods (2023) here.

Electoral Rewards and punishments for Trade Driven Compensation, with Minju Kim. World Politics April 2024 issue (vol. 76, no. 2) here.

Information Exposure and Belief Manipulation in Survey Experiments, with Zikai Li here.

Trade Policy

World Trade Report 2012 Trade and public policies: A closer look at non-tariff measures in the 21st century. Geneva: WTO.

WTO Subsidies Disciplines. World Trade Review (2022) here.