Samuel Brazys
Samuel Brazys
Associate Professor, University College Dublin
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Bad neighbors? How co-located Chinese and World Bank development projects impact local corruption in Tanzania
S Brazys, JA Elkink, G Kelly
The Review of International Organizations 12 (2), 227-253, 2017
58*2017
The politics of capitalist diversity in Europe: explaining Ireland's divergent recovery from the euro crisis
S Brazys, A Regan
Perspectives on Politics 15 (2), 411, 2017
49*2017
Celtic phoenix or leprechaun economics? The politics of an FDI-led growth model in Europe
A Regan, S Brazys
New Political Economy 23 (2), 223-238, 2018
432018
From ‘Tiger’to ‘PIIGS’: I reland and the use of heuristics in comparative political economy
S Brazys, N Hardiman
European Journal of Political Research 54 (1), 23-42, 2015
392015
Evidencing donor heterogeneity in Aid for Trade
SR Brazys
Review of International Political Economy 20 (4), 947-978, 2013
202013
Why do states change positions in the United Nations General Assembly?
S Brazys, D Panke
International Political Science Review 38 (1), 70-84, 2017
192017
Aid and governance: Negative returns?
S Brazys
The European Journal of Development Research 28 (2), 294-313, 2016
192016
Race to give? The selective effectiveness of United States trade capacity building assistance
S Brazys
Review of International Political Economy 17 (3), 537-561, 2010
16*2010
Canary in the coal mine? China, the UNGA and the changing world order
S Brazys, A Dukalskis
Review of International Studies 43 (4), 742-764, 2017
152017
Fertilizer and votes: Does strategic economic policy explain the 2009 Malawi election?
S Brazys, P Heaney, PP Walsh
Electoral Studies 39, 39-55, 2015
152015
Aid Curse with Chinese Characteristics? Chinese Development Flows and Economic Reforms. GLOBUS Working Research Paper
SR Brazys, KC Vadlamannati
14*2018
Aid Curse with Chinese Characteristics? Chinese Development Flows and Economic Reforms
SR Brazys, KC Vadlamannati
Chinese Development Flows and Economic Reforms (April 6, 2018). GLOBUS …, 2018
112018
Foreign policy change and international norms: a conceptual framework
S Brazys, J Kaarbo, D Panke
International Politics 54 (6), 659-668, 2017
92017
Democracy or accountability? Governance and social spending in Africa
S Kumah, S Brazys
The Journal of Development Studies 52 (2), 286-299, 2016
92016
Europeanisation in Aid for Trade: the impact of capacity and socialisation
S Brazys, S Lightfoot
European Politics and Society 17 (1), 120-135, 2016
92016
Outside looking in: non-accession to the WTO
S Brazys
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 27 (4), 644-665, 2014
82014
Dutch Disease in the Western Pacific: an overview of the FSM economy under the Amended Compact of Free Association
S Brazys
Pacific Economic Bulletin 25 (3), 24-39, 2010
72010
Rising Powers and Grassroots Image Management: Confucius Institutes and China in the Media
S Brazys, A Dukalskis
The Chinese Journal of International Politics 12 (4), 557-584, 2019
6*2019
Aid dependence as aid persistence? Non-declining aid and growth
S Brazys
Journal of International Relations and Development 21 (3), 717-738, 2018
42018
Push and pull forces in the UNGA: analyzing foreign policy change in the context of international norms
S Brazys, D Panke
International Politics 54 (6), 760-774, 2017
32017
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