Making Financial Globalization: How Firms Shape International Regulatory Cooperation
(Book Conference held in January 2020)
Why (and how) did financial globalization occur? This study answers the puzzle of financial globalization and the reduction of entry barriers in the financial services industry. It upends the traditional view of the dominance of state actors in regime creation by showing how firms increasingly shaped international economic policies and regulatory cooperation.
Work in Progress
"Financial Connectedness and Financial Trade Openness"
"Global Financial Crisis and Regional Trade Agreements"
“Global Value Chain and IT Trade Liberalization”
“Coalitional Lobbying in Trade in Telecommunications Liberalization”