Noel P. Johnston
TitleCited byYear
Political risk, reputation, and the resource curse
NM Jensen, NP Johnston
Comparative Political Studies 44 (6), 662-688, 2011
962011
Occupation and the political economy of trade: job routineness, offshorability, and protectionist sentiment
E Owen, NP Johnston
International Organization 71 (4), 665-699, 2017
532017
Even Constrained Governments Take: The Domestic Politics of Transfer and Expropriation Risks
BAT Graham, NP Johnston, AF Kingsley
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 0022002717701181, 2017
402017
Crisis and contract breach: The domestic and international determinants of expropriation
NM Jensen, NP Johnston, C Lee, H Sahin
The Review of International Organizations, 1-30, 2014
23*2014
Local public goods as vote-purchasing devices? Persuasion and mobilization in the choice of clientelist payments
G Rosas, NP Johnston, K Hawkins
Journal of Theoretical Politics 26 (4), 573-598, 2014
132014
The Politics of Compensation for Expropriation
NP Johnston
Washington University, 2013
12*2013
Improving reputation BIT by BIT: Bilateral investment treaties and foreign accountability
C Lee, NP Johnston
International Interactions 42 (3), 429-451, 2016
9*2016
A unified model of political risk
BAT Graham, NP Johnston, AF Kingsley
Advances in Strategic Management 34 (1), 119-60, 2016
82016
Information, Political Risk, and the Competitive Advantage of Banks
B Graham, NP Johnston, A Kingsley
Working Paper, 2013
6*2013
Expropriation, punishment, and the democratic curse
NM Jensen, NP Johnston, CY Lee, A Sahin
June 5, 1-35, 2012
52012
FDI, Global Attitudes, and the Fallacy of Composition
FZ Ahmed, I Bastiaens, NP Johnston
BSG Working Papers, 2015
42015
How taking from foreigners affects domestic human rights
NP Johnston, N Janz, P Mahdavi
Blavatnik School of Government (BSG) Working Paper BSG-WP-2015/004, BSG …, 2015
22015
How BITs Affect International Property Rights
NP Johnston, JL Tobin
2015
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