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Graduate Students
These are some of my graduate students and some information about their work:
· Allison Spencer Hartnett.

Dissertation: “Redistributive Authoritarianism: Land Reform and Leader Tenure in the Middle East and North Africa.”

Completed in 2018. Co-supervised with Adeel Malik.

· Inyoung Cho.

Dissertation: “The Political Economy of Inequality in Developing Countries: Trajectories from Industrialization to Inequality.”

Completed in 2018.

· Barbara Zarate Tenorio.

Dissertation: “Social Policy, Protest Participation and Violent Crime in Latin America.”

Completed in 2015. Co-supervised with Martin Seeleib-Kaiser.

· Irene Menendez Gonzalez.

Dissertation: “The Politics of Compensation under Trade: Openness, Economic Geography and Spending.”

Completed in 2014. Co-supervised with Pablo Beramendi.

· Francesc Amat.

Dissertation: “Redistribution in Parliamentary Democracies: The Role of Second-Dimensional Identity Politics.”

Completed in 2013. Co-supervised with Pablo Beramendi.

· Ignacio Jurado.

Dissertation: “The Politics of Distribution.”

Completed in 2012.

· Timo Idema.

Dissertation: “Brain Power: The Political Economy of Higher Education.”

Completed in 2011.

· Lucie Cerna.

Dissertation: “The Governance of High-Skilled Immigration Policies in Advanced Industrial Countries.”

Completed in 2009. Co-supervised with Martin Ruhs.

· Tim Hicks.

Dissertation: “Strategic Partisan Policy Seekers.”

Completed in 2009. Co-supervised with David Soskice.  

· Roger Barker.

Dissertation: “Competition, Parties, and the Determinants of Change in European Corporate Governance: A Macro-Comparative Analysis.”

Completed in 2008.

· Marco Hernandez.

Dissertation: “The State, Capital, and Economic Statecraft: The Political Economy of State-Business Relations in Peru and Chile.”

Completed in 2008. Co-supervised with Rosemary Thorp.

To contact me:
e: david.rueda@politics.ox.ac.uk
a: Nuffield College, Oxford, OX1 1NF, UK
t: 44 1865 278667

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