Making Financial Globalization: How Firms Shape International Regulatory Cooperation
I'm currently working on a book manuscript on financial globalization, the reduction of entry barriers in the financial services industry around the world . Why do governments erect entry barriers against foreign firms in the financial service industry and how do firms overcome these barriers? In this book, I untangle preferences and strategies of firms and governments in trade in financial services liberalization and the relationship between international economic agreements and domestic regulations.
Work in Progress
"Financial Connectedness and Financial Trade Openness"
"The Global Financial Crisis and Regional Trade Agreements"
“Firm connection: Information Exchange in Firm Networks and International Economic Policies”
“Institutional Resilience and Obsolescence of International Economic Institutions”
"China's Rise and Global Governance in the ICT Industry"
Competition Policy: How Firms Shape International and Domestic Policymaking