Mortara Center Working Paper Series
The Mortara Center Working Paper Series serves as a repository and showcase for research that is conducted at Georgetown University. The theme of the series is international affairs, broadly conceived, and the series is intended to advance scholarship on the fundamental forces - political, economic, cultural, and ideological - that shape international relations.
If you have questions about the Series or would like to submit a paper, please contact James Raymond Vreeland.
The Mortara Center Working Paper Series is organized and run by:
Dr.James Raymond Vreeland,
Associate Professor, School of Foreign Service and Government Department
Dr. Kathleen R. McNamara, Director, Mortara Center for International Studies Associate Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University
Most Recent Submissions
Resource Wealth is an Amplifier, Not a Curse: Evidence from Country-Level Effects of Exogenous Variation in Resource Endowments (Mortara Center for International Studies, 2012-01)
(Mortara Center for International Studies, 2011)This paper analyzes multilateral aid allocation in the European Union (EU). We argue that EU members can influence the aid allocation process towards their national interests if they form powerful coalitions that bias ...
Does Economic Globalization Influence the U.S. Policy Mood?: A Study of U.S. Public Sentiment, 1956-2008 (Mortara Center for International Studies, 2011)
(Mortara Center for International Studies, 2011)
Regional Organizations and International Politics: Trading Asian Development Bank Loans for United Nations Security Council Votes (Mortara Center for International Studies, 2011)