Sarah Bauerle Danzman
Sarah Bauerle Danzman
Assistant Professor of International Studies, Indiana University Bloomington
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The political economy of global finance: A network model
T Oatley, WK Winecoff, A Pennock, SB Danzman
Perspectives on Politics 11 (1), 133-153, 2013
All crises are global: Capital cycles in an imbalanced international political economy
S Bauerle Danzman, WK Winecoff, T Oatley
International Studies Quarterly 61 (4), 907-923, 2017
Contracting with whom? The differential effects of investment treaties on FDI
S Bauerle Danzman
International Interactions 42 (3), 452-478, 2016
Toward A Systemic IPE: A Network Analysis of Global Financial Interdependence
T Oatley, SB Danzman, A Pennock, WK Winecoff
International Relations Research Series.-University of North Carolina at …, 2011
The political economy of bilateral investment treaties
SB Danzman
Research Handbook on Foreign Direct Investment, 2019
Facilitating Sustainable Investment: The Role and Limits of Investment Promotion Agencies.
S Bauerle Danzman, G Gertz
Word Trade Forum 2018: Trade, Development, and Sustainability, 2020
Merging Interests: When Domestic Firms Shape FDI Policy
SB Danzman
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Foreign direct investment policy, domestic firms, and financial constraints
SB Danzman
Business and Politics, 1-28, 2019
Leveraging WAIPA to Facilitate Private Sector Linkages
S Bauerle Danzman
World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies Research Note, 2017
Incentivizing an Increasingly Automated Manufacturing Sector: A Descriptive Analysis of U.S. States’ Manufacturing Investment Promotion Programs
S Bauerle Danzman, M Jacqueline Bauman, Holmberg, J Hreha, ...
Smart Incentives Policy Report, 2016
Compensation, Agglomeration, or Competition? Evaluating the Correlates of Investment Incentives
SB Danzman, A Slaski
Making treaties matter: the interactive effects of BIT strength and domestic political constraints on FDI
S Bauerle Danzman
Political Economy of Global Finance: A Network Approach
T Oatley, SB Danzman, A Pennock, WK Winecoff
Explaining Deference: Why and When do Policymakers think FDI needs Tax Incentives?
SB Danzman, A Slaski
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