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
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), 411-427, 2017
From ‘Tiger’to ‘PIIGS’: Ireland and the use of heuristics in comparative political economy
S Brazys, N Hardiman
European Journal of Political Research 54 (1), 23-42, 2015
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
Evidencing donor heterogeneity in Aid for Trade
SR Brazys
Review of International Political Economy 20 (4), 947-978, 2013
Aid and governance: Negative returns?
S Brazys
The European Journal of Development Research 28 (2), 294-313, 2016
Fertilizer and votes: Does strategic economic policy explain the 2009 Malawi election?
S Brazys, P Heaney, PP Walsh
Electoral Studies 39, 39-55, 2015
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
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
Why do states change positions in the United Nations General Assembly?
S Brazys, D Panke
International Political Science Review 38 (1), 70-84, 2017
Europeanisation in Aid for Trade: the impact of capacity and socialisation
S Brazys, S Lightfoot
European Politics and Society 17 (1), 120-135, 2016
Outside looking in: non-accession to the WTO
S Brazys
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 27 (4), 644-665, 2014
Democracy or accountability? Governance and social spending in Africa
S Kumah, S Brazys
The Journal of Development Studies 52 (2), 286-299, 2016
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
Aid Curse with Chinese Characteristics? Chinese Development Flows and Economic Reforms. GLOBUS Working Research Paper
SR Brazys, KC Vadlamannati
Foreign policy change and international norms: a conceptual framework
S Brazys, J Kaarbo, D Panke
International Politics 54 (6), 659-668, 2017
Aid dependence as aid persistence? Non-declining aid and growth
S Brazys
Journal of International Relations and Development 21 (3), 717-738, 2018
Nothing to hide: Commitment to, compliance with, and impact of the special data dissemination standard
KC Vadlamannati, A Cooray, S Brazys
Economics & Politics 30 (1), 55-77, 2018
Paradise Lost: The Cost of Removing Tax and Trade Provisions from the C ompact of F ree A ssociation
SR Brazys
Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies 1 (1), 204-215, 2014
Building Bridges or Breaking Bonds? The Belt and Road Initiative and Foreign Aid Competition
KC Vadlamannati, Y Li, SR Brazys, A Dukalskis
The Belt and Road Initiative and Foreign Aid Competition (February 5, 2019), 2019
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