Research

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Frederick R. Chen. 2021. “Extended Dependence: Trade, Alliances, and Peace.” Journal of Politics 83(1): 246–259.

  • Winner of the Genevieve Gorst Herfurth Award for best research by a graduate student in the social sciences at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2019–20

  • Winner of the Mildred Potter Hovland Award for best article by a Political Science graduate student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2018–19

  • Replication files

Frederick R. Chen. 2019. “Disentangling Bias: National Capabilities, Regime Type, and International Conflict Mediation.” Conflict Management and Peace Science 36(2): 149–168.

  • Winner of the Mildred Potter Hovland Award for best article by a Political Science graduate student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2016–17

  • Replication files

Research in Progress

Frederick R. Chen and Jian Xu. “Settling Disputes in Authoritarian Courts: Multinational Corporations and State Capture.” Under review.

  • Winner of the David A. Lake Award for best paper at the 2019 International Political Economy Society Conference

Frederick R. Chen, Jon C.W. Pevehouse, and Ryan M. Powers. “Great Expectations: The Democratic Advantage in Trade Attitudes.” Under review.

Frederick R. Chen. “Economic Shocks, Domestic Politics, and Foreign Policy.”

Frederick R. Chen and Jian Xu. “Long-Arm Deterrence: Judicial Reach and Multinational Corporations in Authoritarian Regimes.”

Yi-Yi Chen, Frederick R. Chen, Fan Tang, and Gerald Schneider. “Reputation Lost, Credibility Gained? Re-appointing Failed Mediators in International Conflict.”

Frederick R. Chen. “Strategic Substitutions: Exchange Rate Regimes, Geopolitics, and Trade.”

Frederick R. Chen and Jian Xu. “Authoritarian Judiciaries in the Shadow of Interstate Tensions.”