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Joseph Jupille
University of Colorado Boulder
31Publications
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We undertake an individual-level analysis of mass political behavior toward sovereign debt resettlement by leveraging the unique circumstances of a 2011 referendum on debt repayment in Iceland. This allows us to engage broader questions about mass international political economy. Against the recent thrust of a growing literature, we find evidence of material economic “pocketbook” effects—self-interest—on voting behavior, operating alongside symbolic/sociotropic and partisan/political logics. Con...
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#2Joseph JupilleH-Index: 11
Last.David LeblangH-Index: 27
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We undertake an individual-level analysis of mass political behavior toward sovereign debt resettlement by leveraging the unique circumstances of a 2011 referendum on debt repayment in Iceland. This allows us to engage broader questions about mass international political economy. Against the recent thrust of a growing literature, we find evidence of material economic “pocketbook” effects — self-interest — on voting behavior, operating alongside symbolic/sociotropic and partisan/political logics....
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#1Joseph Jupille (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 11
#2Walter Mattli (University of Oxford)H-Index: 18
Last.Duncan Snidal (University of Oxford)H-Index: 29
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Part I: 1. Introduction: institutional choice and global commerce 2. International institutional choice: cooperation, alternatives, and strategies 3. Building Theseus' ship: why the ITO failed, the GATT succeeded, and the WTO emerged Part II: 4. Creating the first international court of commercial dispute resolution: the Mixed Courts of Egypt 5. Commercial complexity and institutional choice in the GATT era 6. Institutional choice in global accounting governance Part III: 7. Conclusion: overview...
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#1Joseph Jupille (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 11
#2Brandy Jolliff (CU: University of Colorado Boulder)H-Index: 1
Last.Stefan Wojcik (NU: Northeastern University)H-Index: 3
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We argue that the rise of regionalism reflects a world polity theory (WPT) logic, whereby it is legitimated and promoted through amendments to the "script of statehood" by credentialed experts, ritually and isomorphically taken up by states as a function of their need for legitimacy, and enacted and reproduced notwithstanding profound decoupling between embraced and realized goals. We test and find support for these claims on the empirical terrain defined by regional trade agreements (RTAs), usi...
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#1Joseph JupilleH-Index: 11
#2Walter MattliH-Index: 18
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#1Joseph JupilleH-Index: 11
#2Walter MattliH-Index: 18
Last.Duncan SnidalH-Index: 29
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#1Joseph JupilleH-Index: 11
#2Walter MattliH-Index: 18
Last.Duncan SnidalH-Index: 29
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