Niehaus in the News

States, Markets, and Foreign Aid Wins APSA Book Award
June 27, 2022

Simone Dietrich's latest book, States, Markets, and Foreign Aid, has been selected as a co-winner of the 2022 Best Book Award by APSA's International Collaboration Section. According to Stephanie J. Rickard, Chair of the International Collaboration Section, the Award Committee was "particularly impressed by the book’s innovative…

Niehaus Center hosts conference on the Backlash against Globalization
June 2, 2022

On May 13 and 14, the Niehaus Center hosted an academic conference on the Princeton campus, titled “The Anti-Globalization Backlash: What’s Next?”

Scholars of comparative and international political economy gathered to discuss how to understand the effects of trade shocks, automation and identity on mass attitudes toward globalization…

New research by Niehaus postdoctoral fellow published in Comparative Political Studies
June 2, 2022

NCGG 2021-22 postdoctoral fellow Junghyun Lim's latest solo-authored paper, titled The Electoral Consequences of International Migration in Sending Countries: Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe, is now available at Comparative Political…

The Princeton Conference on Statebuilding and Political Development
March 25, 2022

On March 3-4, 2022, Melissa M. Lee, Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs and Niehaus Center faculty affiliated, hosted The Princeton Conference on Statebuilding and Political Development. The Conference was held at Prospect House.

The conference description is as follows:

The study of…

Simone Dietrich, former Niehaus fellow, publishes new book titled States, Markets and Foreign Aid
March 24, 2022

Simone Dietrich, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Geneva in Switzerland and a 2011-12 Niehaus Center fellows, had her new book titled States, Markets and Foreign Aid published by the Cambridge University Press in 2021.

The book tackles the question of why some…