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IMF conditionality, government partisanship, and the progress of economic reforms
QH Beazer, B Woo
American Journal of Political Science 60 (2), 304-321, 2016
572016
Conditional on conditionality: IMF program design and foreign direct investment
B Woo
International Interactions 39 (3), 292-315, 2013
462013
Aid for vote? United Nations General Assembly voting and American aid allocation
B Woo, E Chung
Political Studies 66 (4), 1002-1026, 2018
412018
Why rewards are better than sanctions
D Verdier, B Woo
Economics & Politics 23 (2), 220-238, 2011
292011
Attracting investment: governments' strategic role in labor rights protection
AL Payton, B Woo
International Studies Quarterly 58 (3), 462-474, 2014
272014
International organizations and naming and shaming: Does the International Monetary Fund care about the human rights reputation of its client?
B Woo, A Murdie
Political Studies 65 (4), 767-785, 2017
212017
Heeding the sirens: the politics of IMF program participation
I Nooruddin, B Woo
Political Science Research and Methods 3 (1), 73-93, 2015
192015
Economic sanctions and the politics of IMF lending
D Peksen, B Woo
International Interactions 44 (4), 681-708, 2018
182018
China and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): Chinese Influence Over Membership Shares?
A Kaya, B Woo
The Review of International Organizations, 1-33, 2021
13*2021
Globalization and slums: How do economic, political, and social globalization affect slum prevalence?
B Woo, HJ Jun
Habitat International 98, 102152, 2020
132020
IMF= I’M fired! IMF program participation, political systems, and workers’ rights
SH Lee, B Woo
Political Studies 69 (3), 514-537, 2021
122021
NGOs Invite Attention: From the United Nations Commission on Human Rights to the Human Rights Council
LK Landolt, B Woo
Journal of Human Rights 16 (4), 407-427, 2017
122017
Unpacking autocracy: Political regimes and IMF program participation
MD Fails, B Woo
International Interactions 41 (1), 110-132, 2015
102015
Smuggler’s blues: Examining why countries become narcotics transit states using the new international narcotics production and transit (INAPT) data set
PF Trumbore, B Woo
International Interactions 40 (5), 763-787, 2014
82014
We like you better when we feel good about ourselves: Group-affirmation in an international context
EB Chung, B Woo
Korea Observer 46 (2), 387-421, 2015
72015
A unifying theory of positive and negative incentives in international relations: sanctions, rewards, regime types, and compliance
B Woo, D Verdier
Economics of Governance 21 (3), 215-236, 2020
6*2020
The strategic politics of IMF conditionality
B Woo
The Ohio State University, 2010
62010
Official Development Assistance and Women’s Rights: How Aid Donor Characteristics Affect Women’s Rights Improvement in Recipient Countries
B Woo, D Parke
Asian Women 32 (1), 1-29, 2016
52016
Structural interdependence and unobserved heterogeneity in event history analysis
DJ Blake, JM Box-Steffensmeier, B Woo
Longitudinal research with latent variables, 275-301, 2010
52010
Curse of friendship: Imf program, friendship with the united states, and foreign direct investment
C Moon, B Woo
The World Economy, 2021
3*2021
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