Dr. Jeffrey Kucik
Lecturer in International Relations
- Name: Dr. Jeffrey Kucik
- Position: Lecturer in International Relations, IPP Programme Director/Coordinator
- Room: 2.01
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Dr. Jeffrey Kucik is Lecturer in International Political Economy and Director of the MSc International Public Policy programme. He holds a PhD from Emory University (‘10) and an MA from the University of Manchester (‘05). He lectures on international organisation and political economy. He joined UCL in the fall of 2010.
Dr. Kucik’s research explores issues in international political economy. He focuses primarily on the legal architecture of the global trade regime. His recent work seeks to explain variation in the design of preferential trade agreements as well as the distributional consequences of agreement membership.
Beyond trade institutions, Dr. Kucik is also interested in the politics of global economic governance, the determinants of foreign investment flows and the intersection conflict and the market.
- Jeffrey Kucik. 2012. “The Domestic Politics of Institutional Design: Producer Preferences over Trade Agreement Rules.” Economics & Politics. 24:95-118.
- Andrew Kerner and Jeffrey Kucik. 2010. "The International and Domestic Determinants of Insider Trading Laws." International Studies Quarterly, 54:657-682.
- Jeffrey Kucik and Eric Reinhardt. 2008. "Does Flexibility Promote Cooperation? An Application to the Global Trade Regime." International Organization, 62:477-505.
- With Krzysztof Pelc. “How Widespread are Discriminatory Settlements in the WTO?” Under Review.
- With Leslie Johns. “How Do States Manage Risk?” Under Review.
- With Stephen Chaudoin and Krzysztof Pelc. “Who’s Afraid of WTO Dispute Settlement?”
- With Alex Braithwaite and Jessica Maves. “How Does Domestic Unrest Shape Economic Outcomes?” Under Review.
- With Randall Strahan. “Lobbying Over Trade Agreement Design: Partisanship and the Congressional Politics of U.S. Trade Agreements.” In progress.