B. Peter Rosendorff

Professor of Politics at New York University

B. Peter Rosendorff is Professor of Politics at New York University, affiliated professor at NYU-Abu Dhabi and the Princeton Sovereign Finance Lab. He is the previous editor of Economics and Politics, and currently on the editorial team at International Organization. He founded the Global Research in International Political Economy Webinar and runs the NYU IR Workshop. Previously, he was Director of the Center for International Studies and Associate Professor of International Relations and Economics at the University of Southern California. His research interests include the bilateral trade and investment, sovereign debt, international organizations, and the anti-globalization backlash. His most recent book Information, Democracy and Autocracy: Economic Transparency and Political (In)Stability, Cambridge University Press (2018), explores the causes and consequences of information flows on democratic stability and autocratic instability. His research has been published in American Political Science Review, American Economics Review, Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, American Journal of Political Science and International Organization, among others.