I am a graduate student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. I study domestic politics of international relations, international and comparative political economy, and international organizations.
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Daniel Maliniak, Ryan Powers, and Barbra F. Walter. “The Gender Citation Gap in International Relations.” 2013. International Organization, 67(4): 889-922. (Media coverage: The Economist, Inside Higher Ed, Chronicle of Higher Education, and The Monkey Cage.)
Michael J. Tierney, Daniel L. Nielson, Darren G. Hawkins, J. Timmons Roberts, Michael G. Findley, Ryan M. Powers, Bradley Parks, Sven E. Wilson, and Rob Hicks. “More Dollars than Sense: Refining Our Knowledge of Development Finance Using AidData.” 2011. World Development, 39:1891–1906.
Utilities & Distractions
JSTOR→Papers 2. A web service for users of JSTOR and Papers 2 for OS X. This software allows users to automatically import bibliographic information from JSTOR into Papers 2.
Mark Copelovitch, Daniel Nielson, Ryan Powers, and Michael J. Tierney. "The Unipolar Fallacy: Common Agency, American Interests, and the International Financial Institutions." Presented at the 2013 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Patrick Kearney and Ryan Powers. “Veto Players and Conditional Commitment to U.N. Human Rights Agreements.” Presented at the 2011 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA and the Spring 2011 Wisconsin International Relations Colloquium, Madison, WI.
Inken von Borzyskowski, Patrick Kearney, David Ohls, and Ryan Powers. “Leadership Tenure and Trade Commitments: The Domestic Political Benefits of WTO Membership.” Presented at the 2013 Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
Daniel Maliniak and Ryan Powers. “Network Analysis of the International Relations Discipline: Citations Networks and the Interaction of Ideas in the Literature.” Presented at the 2011 International Studies Association Annual Convention, Montreal, Canada. (Network Visualization. Media Coverage: The Monkey Cage.)
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