BOOKS ARTICLES CHAPTERS BOOK REVIEWS
Power and Global Economic Institutions, Cambridge University Press, 2015. [Link]
Global Inequality: Patterns and Explanations, (edited with D. Held), Polity Press 2007. [Link]
- contributions from Gosta Esping-Andersen, David Dollar, Nancy Fraser, James Galbraith, Ravi Kanbur & Anthony Venables, Branko Milanovic, Thomas Pogge, Bob Sutcliffe, Robert Wade.
Journal Articles (peer-reviewed) - Articles currently under consideration not listed.
*Indicates current/former student.
'The Federal Reserve's Dual Mandate and the Inflation-Unemployment Tradeoff' (with S.Golub, M. Kuperberg, and F. Lin*), Contemporary Economic Policy, forthcoming.
‘How did the Washington Consensus Move Within the IMF? Fragmented Change from the 1980s to the Aftermath of the 2008 Crisis' (with M.Reay), Review of International Political Economy, forthcoming.
‘COP21 and the Paris Agreement: Change and Status Quo' (with A. Desai*), Global Policy, Published online August 22, 2016. [Link]
‘Designing the Multilateral Trading System: Voting Equality at the International Trade Organization’, World Trade Review 25(1): 25-49, published as First View online November 4, 2015. [Link]
‘Why the 2008 Crisis was a Bad Crisis for New Ideas’ (with G. Herrera), Journal of International Relations and Development 18(4): 505-531, 2015, advance online publication, October 3, 2014. [Link]
'What were they thinking? The Federal Reserve in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis' (with S.Golub and M.Reay), Review of International Political Economy 22(4): 657-692, 2015, published online July 3, 2014. [Link]
Piece on this work was published by Voxeu: Link
‘The EU's China Problem: A Battle over Norms.’ International Politics 51, 214–233, 2014. [Link]
‘How do Multilateral Institutions Influence Individual Perceptions of International Affairs? Evidence from Europe and Asia’ (with J. Walker), European Journal of Development Research 26(5): 832-852, published online April 3, 2014. [Link]
‘Conflicted Principals, Uncertain Agency: The International Monetary Fund and the Great Recession’. Global Policy, 3(1), 24-34, 2012. [Link]
‘The legitimacy of foreign investors: Individual attitudes toward the impact of multinational enterprise’ (with J. Walker) Multinational Business Review 20(3): 266-295, 2012. [Link]
‘Why Global Inequality Matters: Derivative Global Egalitarianism’ (with A. Keba) Journal of International Political Theory, 7(2), 140-165, 2011. [Link]
Chapters (** indicates non-editorial peer-review)
'BRICS and the International Financial Institutions: Voice and Exit' In Kim, S. Y. (Ed.), BRICS and the Global Economy, Singapore: World Scientific. [Link]
‘International Political Economy’ in Oxford Companion to International Relations, New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. [Link]
(*) ‘Revival of Multilateralism and the Challenges Ahead’ in Brookings Institution Global Economy & Development Working Paper 49, January 2012. [Link]
(*) ‘Global Inequality’ In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Political Science. Ed. Rick Valelly. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. [Link]
‘Introduction’ (with D. Held), in Global Inequality: Patterns and Explanations.
‘Globalization’ in the Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History Volume 7. CQ Press, 2010.
‘Free Trade Agreements’ in the Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History Volume 7. CQ Press, 2010.
Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands. 2016. The International Monetary Fund: Distinguishing Reality from Rhetoric (Northampton, MA). The Review of International Organizations 11(3): 391-395, 2016. [Link]
Global Civics: Responsibilities and Rights in an Interdependent World, Hakan Altinay, (ed.) Ethics and International Affairs, Winter 2012/2013. [Link]
Regionalism, Multilateralism and Economic Integration: The Recent Experience. Gary Sampson and Steve Woolcock (eds). Millennium Journal of International Relations 34(1), August 2005.
New Perspectives in Transatlantic Studies. Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson and Will Kaufman (eds). Millennium Journal of International Relations 33(2), October 2004.
Globalization/Anti-Globalization. David Held and Anthony McGrew. Millennium Journal of International Relations 32(2), March 2004.