Tuesday, December 19, 2017

New Issue: International Organization

The latest issue of International Organization (Vol. 71, no. 4, Fall 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Michael G. Findley, Adam S. Harris, Helen V. Milner, & Daniel L. Nielson, Who Controls Foreign Aid? Elite versus Public Perceptions of Donor Influence in Aid-Dependent Uganda
    • Erica Owen & Noel P. Johnston, Occupation and the Political Economy of Trade: Job Routineness, Offshorability, and Protectionist Sentiment
    • Roseanne W. McManus & Keren Yarhi-Milo, The Logic of “Offstage” Signaling: Domestic Politics, Regime Type, and Major Power-Protégé Relations
    • Sarah Blodgett Bermeo, Aid Allocation and Targeted Development in an Increasingly Connected World
    • Bernhard Reinsberg, Katharina Michaelowa, & Stephen Knack, Which Donors, Which Funds? Bilateral Donors' Choice of Multilateral Funds at the World Bank
  • Research Notes
    • Jeffrey A. Friedman, Jennifer S. Lerner, Richard Zeckhauser, Behavioral Consequences of Probabilistic Precision: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals
    • Diana C. Mutz, Eunji Kim, The Impact of In-group Favoritism on Trade Preferences
  • Review Essay
    • Christian Reus-Smit, Cultural Diversity and International Order