Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance

  • The Niehaus Center is happy to announce the relaunch of the World Economics and Politics (WEP) Dataverse, which has been updated to now include bilateral data.The WEP Dataverse offers a rich collection of data amassed from nearly 100 of the most commonly used data sources related to the field of comparative and international political economy.
  • Recently published by Princeton University Press, Democratic Capitalism at the Crossroads by Carles Boix looks at the development of democratic capitalism throughout history to analyze its core tenets. It provides an incisive history of the changing relationship between democracy and capitalism. 
  • The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance (NCGG) at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, directed by Helen Milner, is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for two fellowship programs for the 2020-2021 academic year.
  • Ranjit Lall, Assistant Professor of International Political Economy at the London School of Economics  and former Niehaus fellow (2017-2018), is the recipient of the American Political Science Association's 2019 Merze Tate Award for his dissertation “Making International Organizations Work: The Politics of Institutional Performance.” The annual
  • Congratulations to Helen V. Milner, B.C. Forbes Professor of Politics and International Affairs and director of the Niehaus Center, who has been elected as a member of the National Academy of Sciences.  

Welcome to NCGG        

The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance began operation in Fall 2004 and is directed by Helen V. Milner. The Center strives to develop a tight-knit intellectual community at Princeton and promote ties between the academic and policy communities involved in globalization and international governance issues.

2019 Niehaus Fellows and Staff

Front Row (left to right): Zenobia Chan, Princeton Ph.D. student and NCGG Student Associate; Abigail Vaughn, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Elif KalayciogluNCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Patricia Trinity, Assistant Director, NCGG; Helen V. Milner, Director, NCGG;  S. P. Harish, (William & Mary) NCGG Visiting Associate Research Scholar; Dominic De Sapio, NCGG Research Specialist; Lori Bougher, NCGG Data & Statistical Analyst; Second Row (left to right): Gerda Hooijer, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Francesca Parente, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Jared Finnegan, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Benjamin Fordham, (Binghamton University, SUNY) NCGG Visiting Associate Research Scholar; Mitchell Watkins, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; James Bisbee, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Ryan Weldzius, NCGG Postdoctoral Research Associate; Not pictured: Xun Pang, (Tsinghua University) NCGG Visiting Associate Research Scholar

 

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A Conflict of Economic Statecrafts and Eroded Hegemony: US-China Aid Spending Rivalry In UNGA Voting

 
 
 
 
 
 

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