Research in Print

Sylvia Maxfield, W. Kindred Winecoff, and Kevin Young. 2017. “Is There Still Room for Patience? An Empirical Investigation of the Financialization Convergence Hypothesis.” Review of International Political Economy, forthcoming.

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W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “How Did International Political Economy Become Reductionist? A Historiography of a Subdiscipline.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, William Thompson (ed.), forthcoming.

Sarah Bauerle Danzman, Thomas Oatley, and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “All Crises Are Global: Capital Cycles in an Imbalanced International Political Economy.” International Studies Quarterly, forthcoming. Replication materials.

Eelke M. Heemskerk, Kevin Young, Frank W. Takes, Bruce Cronin, Javier Garcia-Bernardo, Vladimir Popov, W. Kindred Winecoff, Lasse Folke Henriksen and Audrey Laurin-Lamonthe. 2017. “The Promise and Perils of Using Big Data in the Study of Corporate Networks: Problems, Diagnostics and Fixes.” Global Networks, forthcoming.

 

W. Travis Selmier II and W. Kindred Winecoff (eds.). 2017. Property Rights, Financial Risk, and the Politics of a Networked Global Financial System. Special issue of Business and Politics, Vol 19, Issue 2.

 

 

W. Travis Selmier II and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “Re-conceptualizing the Political Economy of Finance for the Post-Crisis Era.” Business and Politics 19(2): 167-190.

W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “Global Banking As a Politicized Habitat.” Business and Politics 19(2): 267-297.

 

William Kindred Winecoff. 2016. “Against Dyadic Design.” International Studies Quarterly online symposium Dyadic Research Designs: Progress or Postmortem? A link to my essay is here. A link to a PDF of my essay is here. A link to the whole symposium is here.

William Kindred Winecoff. 2015. “Structural Power and the Global Financial Crisis: A Network Analytical Approach.” Business and Politics 17(3): 495-526. Replication .R and .RData.

A post describing this paper was featured as part of the Duck of Minerva’s symposium on the Business and Politics special issue on “Structural Power and the Study of Business”. A link to my post is here. A link to the entire symposium is here.

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W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “Bank Regulation, Macroeconomic Management, and Monetary Incentives in OECD Economies.” International Studies Quarterly 58(3): 448-461. Replication .dta and .do.

A guest post discussing this paper at The Washington Post‘s political science blog, The Monkey Cage, is here

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Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff (eds.). 2014. Handbook on the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations. Cheltingham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “The Triffin Dilemma, the Lucas Paradox, and Monetary Politics in the 21st Century.” In Handbook on the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations, Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff (eds.). Cheltingham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

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Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “The political economy of the international monetary and financial systems.” In Handbook on the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations, Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff (eds.). Cheltingham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Thomas Oatley, W. Kindred Winecoff, Sarah Bauerle Danzman, and Andrew Pennock. 2013. “The Political Economy of Global Finance: A Network Model.” Perspectives on Politics 11(1): 133-153.

Winner of a 2013 “Albie” (Albert O. Hirschman memorial award) given by Dan Drezner for best global political economy writing of the year.

Thomas and I discuss the implications of this research for the eurozone crisis in Foreign Policy here. Sarah and I summarized some of the key findings for Symposium Magazine here.

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Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2012. “The Domestic Rooting of Financial Regulation in an Era of Global Capital Markets.” In Research Handbook on Hedge Funds, Private Equity, and Alternative Investments, Phoebus Athanassiou (ed.). Cheltingham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.