Layna Mosley
TitleCited byYear
Global capital and national governments
L Mosley
Cambridge University Press, 2003
Racing to the bottom or climbing to the top? Economic globalization and collective labor rights
L Mosley, S Uno
Comparative Political Studies 40 (8), 923-948, 2007
Room to move: International financial markets and national welfare states
L Mosley
International organization 54 (4), 737-773, 2000
Trade-based diffusion of labor rights: A panel study, 1986–2002
B Greenhill, L Mosley, A Prakash
American Political Science Review 103 (4), 669-690, 2009
Labor rights and multinational production
L Mosley
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Interview research in political science
L Mosley
Cornell University Press, 2013
Globalisation and the state: still room to move?
L Mosley
New Political Economy 10 (3), 355-362, 2005
The global financial crisis: lessons and opportunities for international political economy
L Mosley, DA Singer
Taylor & Francis Group 35 (4), 420-429, 2009
Workers' rights in open economies: Global production and domestic institutions in the developing world
L Mosley
Comparative Political Studies 41 (4-5), 674-714, 2008
Taking stock seriously: Equity-market performance, government policy, and financial globalization
L Mosley, DA Singer
International Studies Quarterly 52 (2), 405-425, 2008
Categories, creditworthiness, and contagion: how investors' shortcuts affect sovereign debt markets
SM Brooks, R Cunha, L Mosley
International Studies Quarterly 59 (3), 587-601, 2015
Attempting global standards: national governments, international finance, and the IMF's data regime
L Mosley
Review of International Political Economy 10 (2), 331-362, 2003
Just Talk to People? Interviews in Contemporary Political Science
L Mosley
Interview research in political science, 1-28, 2013
Regulating globally, implementing locally: The financial codes and standards effort
L Mosley
Review of International Political Economy 17 (4), 724-761, 2010
Government–financial market relations after EMU: new currency, new constraints?
L Mosley
European Union Politics 5 (2), 181-209, 2004
Private governance for the public good? Exploring private sector participation in global financial regulation
L Mosley
Power, Interdependence and Non-State Actors in World Politics, 126-146, 2009
Dropping zeros, gaining credibility? Currency redenomination in developing nations
L Mosley
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, 1-26, 2005
Constraints, opportunities, and information: financial market-government relations around the world
L Mosley
Globalization and egalitarian redistribution, 87-119, 2006
Migration, labor, and the international political economy
L Mosley, DA Singer
Annual Review of Political Science 18, 283-301, 2015
Credibility and flexibility: Political institutions, governance, and foreign direct investment
Y Zheng
International Interactions 37 (3), 293-319, 2011
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