Frederick R. Chen, Jon C.W. Pevehouse, and Ryan M. Powers. 2023. “Great Expectations: The Democratic Advantage in Trade Attitudes.” World Politics 75 (2): 316–352 [open access].
Frederick R. Chen and Jian Xu. 2023. “Partners with Benefits: When Multinational Corporations Succeed in Authoritarian Courts.” International Organization 77 (1): 144–178 [open access].
Winner of the David A. Lake Award for best paper at the 2019 International Political Economy Society Conference
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 outstanding 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
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
Research in Progress
Frederick R. Chen. “Foreign Policy in Hard Economic Times.”
Frederick R. Chen and Jian Xu. “Long-Arm Deterrence: Judicial Exposure and Multinational Corporations in Authoritarian Regimes.”
Frederick R. Chen, Zhenhuan Lei, and Yishuang Li. “Making Diplomacy Work: Ambassadorial Types and the Performance of U.S. Ambassadors.”
Frederick R. Chen and Jacque Gao. “Property Rights, Working Class, and Demand for Foreign Investment.”
Frederick R. Chen and Jonathan Chu. “Local Government Officials and Foreign Investment Policy Preferences.”
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.”