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Department of Political Science Phone: +1 618.303.

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210 Woodburn Hall wkwineco@indiana.edu
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Bloomington, IN 47405 Twitter: @whinecough

WILLIAM KINDRED WINECOFF

appointments Indiana University Bloomington


2019–Present. Associate Professor of Political Science.
2013–2019. Assistant Professor of Political Science.

Affiliated faculty: Institute for European Studies, IU Network Sci-


ence Institute, Russian and East European Institute, Vincent and
Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis.

Core faculty: Complex Networks and Systems – National Science


Foundation Research Traineeship dual PhD program.

education University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


2013. Ph.D., Political Science.
Major field: International Relations.
Minor field: Political Methodology.
2010. M.A., Political Science.

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale


2007. B.A., Economics.
Specializations: Financial Economics, International Economics.
Minor: Political Science.

scholarship Books and special issues


W. Travis Selmier II and W. Kindred Winecoff (eds.). 2017. Property
Rights, Financial Risk, and the Politics of a Networked Global Fi-
nancial System. Special issue of Business and Politics, volume 19,
issue 2.
Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff (eds.). 2014. Handbook of
the International Political Economy of Monetary Relations. Chel-
tenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
W. Kindred Winecoff. Global Banking As A Complex Political Economy.
In progress for 2019-20 submission.
W. Kindred Winecoff. States and Markets in the 21st Century. In progress
for 2020-21 submission.

Journal articles, essays, and chapters


Eelke M. Heemskerk, Kevin Young, Frank W. Takes, Bruce Cronin, Javier
Garcia-Bernardo, Vladimir Popov, W. Kindred Winecoff, Lasse Folke
Henriksen and Audrey Laurin-Lamonthe. 2018. “The promise and
perils of using big data in the study of corporate networks: prob-
lems, diagnostics and fixes.” Global Networks 18(1): 3-32.
Sylvia Maxfield, W. Kindred Winecoff, and Kevin Young. 2017. “An em-
pirical investigation of the financialization convergence hypothe-
sis.” Review of International Political Economy 24(6): 1004-1029.
Sarah Bauerle Danzman, Thomas Oatley, and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017.
“All Crises are Global: Capital Cycles in an Imbalanced Interna-
tional Political Economy.” International Studies Quarterly 61(4):
907-923.
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “How Did International Political Economy
Become Reductionist? A Historiography of a Subdiscipline.” In
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, edited by William R.
Thompson, Oxford University Press.
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “Global Banking As a Politicized Habitat.”
Business and Politics 19(2): 267-297. Included as one of ten pa-
pers in the journal’s 20th Anniversary Collection. Also nominated
for the David P. Baron Award for best article published in Business
and Politics in 2017.
W. Travis Selmier II and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2017. “Re-conceptualizing
the Political Economy of Finance in the Post-Crisis Era.” Business
and Politics 19(2): 167-190.
William Kindred Winecoff. 2016. “Against Dyadic Design.” Interna-
tional Studies Quarterly online symposium Dyadic Research De-
signs: Progress or Postmortem?
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2015. “Structural Power and the Global Finan-
cial Crisis: A Network Analytical Approach.” Business and Politics
17(3): 495-526.
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “Bank Regulation, Macroeconomic Man-
agement, and Monetary Incentives in OECD Economies.” Interna-
tional Studies Quarterly 58(3): 448-461.
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “The Triffin Dilemma, the Lucas Paradox,
and Monetary Politics in the 21st Century,” in Handbook of the
International Political Economy of Monetary Relations, edited by
Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. Cheltenham, UK: Edward
Elgar Publishing.
Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “The political economy
of the international monetary and financial systems,” in Research
Handbook on International Monetary Relations, edited by Thomas
Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar
Publishing.
Thomas Oatley, W. Kindred Winecoff, Sarah Bauerle Danzman, and An-
drew Pennock. 2013. “The Political Economy of Global Finance: A
Network Model.” Perspectives on Politics 11(1): 133-153.
Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2012. “The Domestic Root-
ing of Financial Regulation in an Era of Global Capital Markets,”
in Research Handbook on Hedge Funds, Private Equity, and Alter-
native Investments, edited by Phoebus Athanassiou. Cheltenham,
UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Papers under review and conference papers


Aashna Khanna and W. Kindred Winecoff. “The Money Shapes the Or-
der.” Revise and resubmit, International Studies Perspectives, for
a symposium on The International Monetary System and the Lib-
eral International Order.
W. Kindred Winecoff. “‘The Persistent Myth of Lost Hegemony,’ Revis-
ited.” Revise and resubmit, European Journal of International Re-
lations. Presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Midwest
Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, and the 2019 Annual
Meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto, CA.
W. Kindred Winecoff. “Structural Power and the Federal Reserve’s Inter-
national Lending During the Global Financial Crisis.” Revise and
resubmit, International Interactions.
W. Kindred Winecoff. In progress for Fall 2019 submission. “Power
and Prominence in the Global Monetary System: Where It Comes
From, What It Means, and How It Is(n’t?) Changing.” Presented
at a 2017 conference at the Centre for Rising Powers, University
of Cambridge and the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for the
Advancement of Socio-Economics, Kyoto, Japan.
Alexander Antony, Rashid Marcano-Rivera, Bilyana Petrova and W. Kin-
dred Winecoff. In progress for Fall 2019 submission. “Mapping
the Hidden Wealth of Nations: The Paradise Papers As a Covert
Network.” Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Midwest
Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.
Samuel Brazys and W. Kindred Winecoff. In progress for Fall 2019 sub-
mission. “The Politics of Prominence and the Struggle for Position
in the Network of Preferential Trade Agreements.” Presented at
the 2016 Annual Meeting of the International Political Economy
Society, Durham, NC.
Damian Raess, Dora Sari, and W. Kindred Winecoff. In progress for Fall
2019 submission. “The Diffusion of Labor Provisions in PTAs: The
Case of the Global South.” Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting
of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA.
Elizabeth Menninga and W. Kindred Winecoff. In progress for Fall 2019
submission.“Complex Interdependence as a Multiplex Network Phe-
nomenon.” Presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Interna-
tional Studies Association, San Francisco, CA; the 2018 Annual
Meeting of Political Networks Conference, George Mason Univer-
sity, Arlington, VA; and the 2019 Annual Meeting of Network Sci-
ence in Economics, Indiana University Bloomington.
Heather Ba and W. Kindred Winecoff. In progress for Winter 2020 sub-
mission. “American Financial Hegemony And Global Economic
Growth Volatility.” Presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the
American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.

Other writings
Organizer, editor, and curator of the “World Politics in a Time of Populist
Nationalism (#WPTPN)” seminar, Duck of Minerva, 2016-2017.
Sarah Bauerle Danzman and Kindred Winecoff. 2015. “This is why you
shouldn’t blame China for the havoc in the markets,” The Monkey
Cage at The Washington Post online, August 27, 2015.
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. Review of Eric Helleiner, The Forgotten
Foundations of Bretton Woods (2014 Cornell University Press),
Perspectives on Politics 12(4): 982-983.
W. Kindred Winecoff. 2014. “Financial firms don’t need an inside job to
get favorable Fed treatment,” The Monkey Cage at The Washing-
ton Post online, September 30, 2014.
Sarah Bauerle Danzman and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2013. “Why U.S.
Financial Hegemony Will Endure.” Symposium, October 7, 2013.
Sarah Bauerle Danzman and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2013. “The Strange
Politics of U.S.-EU Free Trade.” The National Interest online. Febru-
ary 14, 2013.
Thomas Oatley and W. Kindred Winecoff. 2012. “Don’t Fear the Grexit.”
Foreign Policy online. May 23, 2012.

Blogging: International Political Economy at UNC (2008-2013), The Fair


Jilt (2013-2016), Duck of Minerva (2015-2018). Between them are
at least one thousand posts, some of which have been referenced
in, quoted, or cited by The New York Times, The Washington Post,
The Economist, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, Reuters, Slate, An-
drew Sullivan’s The Daily Dish, The National Interest, Regulation,
Marginal Revolution, Pravda (they plagiarized me), The Monkey
Cage, Daniel Drezner, Stephen Walt, Duck of Minerva, Brad De-
Long, Crooked Timber, Real Clear World, Abu Muqawama, Zero
Intelligence Agents, Naked Capitalism, Matthew Yglesias, Interflu-
idity, Will Wilkinson, Modeled Behavior, Kids Prefer Cheese, Matt
Rognlie, ThinkProgress, ProPublica, Lawyers+Guns+Money, Phil
Arena, Forbes, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, International Political
Economy Zone, International Economic Law and Policy Blog, Seek-
ing Alpha, Symposium, The Quantitative Peace, 3 Quarks Daily,
Eyes on Trade, Kieran Healy, The Faculty Lounge, Howl at Pluto,
Central American Politics, Two Weeks Notice, Swift Economics,
National Review Online, Commentary, and others.
Social media: 2017 Winner of the Duckie for Best Twitter Account in
International Studies (@whinecough), given by the Online Media
Caucus of the International Studies Association.

grants and 2019: “Transnational Corporate Networks and Politically-Connected Firms.”


awards $36,629. Funded by the Indiana University Bloomington Social
Science Research Funding Program. Won jointly with Sarah Bauerle
Danzman.
2019: “Celebrating the Legacy of the Bloomington School: Ten Years
since Elinor Ostrom’s Nobel Prize.” $5,000. Funded by the Indi-
ana University Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences Ostrom
Grants Program. Won jointly with Bill Bianco, Aurelian Craiutu,
Dan Cole, Marjorie Hershey, and Regina Smyth.
2018: “Market Concentration, Transnational Corporate Networks, and
Politically-Connected Firms.” $10,000. Funded by the Vincent and
Elinor Ostrom Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis
Faculty Research Award, Indiana University Bloomington.
2011: Funded by the Thomas Uhlman Summer Research Fellowship,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, $3,000.
2006-7: Funded by the Thomas and Chany Chung Fellowship, Southern
Illinois University at Carbondale, $1,000.
Miscellaneous conference travel funding from the International Studies
Association, the Thomas Uhlman Fund, and the Institute for Hu-
mane Studies.

invited talks 2019: London School of Economics and Political Science, workshop on
& workshops the Structural Power of Finance.
2019: University of Glasgow.
2019: University of Toronto, Munk School, EJIR special issue workshop.
2019: Harvard University, Political Economy of International Finance
workshop.
2019: Indiana University Bloomington, World Politics Research Seminar.
2018: University of Amsterdam, Symposium on Economic Power.
2018: University of Massachusetts Amherst, Political Economy Working
Group.
2018: University of Notre Dame, National Intelligence Council Global
Trends meeting.
2017: University of Cambridge, Centre for Rising Powers.
2017: Indiana University Bloomington, Department of Economics, Trade
Talks @ IU series.
2017: Leiden University, Department of Political Science.
2017: University of Amsterdam, Institute for Social Science Research,
CORPNET group.
2016: La Caixa Fellowship Program, Indiana University Bloomington.
2015: University of Amsterdam, Institute for Social Science Research,
CORPNET group.
2015: Indiana University Bloomington, World Politics Research Seminar.
2015: University of Edinburgh, Working Group on Patient Capital.
2015: National Intelligence Council Global Trends meeting, Indiana Uni-
versity Bloomington.
2014: Indiana University Bloomington, Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Work-
shop on Political Theory and Policy Analysis.
2014: Indiana University Bloomington, Center on American and Global
Security and Russian and East European Institute.
2014: Great Decisions Meeting, Indiana University Club.
2013: Indiana University Bloomington, Themester on Network Analysis
panel.
2013: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, International Rela-
tions Brownbag.

conference 2019: APSA, ISA, Network Science in Economics, Ostrom Workshop on


participation the Workshop (withdrawn).
2018: ISA, SASE.
2017: APSA, ISA, MPSA.
2016: APSA, IPES, ISA (withdrawn), MPSA (withdrawn), SPSA.
2015: APSA, ISA, MPSA.
2014: APSA (panel cancelled due to arson in the conference hotel), ISA,
Ostrom Workshop on the Workshop.
2013: APSA, ISA.
2012: APSA (#VirtualAPSA2012 due to Hurricane Isaac), ISA.
2011: ISA.
2010: ISA.

teaching & Graduate


mentorship
International Political Economy [seminar] (2013-14, 18).
Network Analysis and World Politics [seminar] (2015, 19).
World Politics Research Seminar [seminar] (2018-19).

Dissertation committee member [placements]: Alexander Antony [pri-


vate sector], Yesola Kweon [Utah State University], Rashid Marcano-
Rivera [co-chair, in progress], Fathima Musthaq [in progress], God-
freyb Ssekajja [in progress], Keith Wilson [in progress].
2nd-year progress review committee member: Maryum Alum, Alexander
Antony, Alison Carden, Rachel Gears, Belkisa Hrustanovic, Aidan
Klein, Yesola Kweon, Rashid Marcano-Rivera, Chisda Magid, Yana
Mommadova, Fathima Musthaq, Godfreyb Ssekajja, Keith Wilson,
Tom Wonder.

Undergraduate
Introduction to International Politics [lecture] (2012-13, 2015-18).
International Political Economy [lecture] (2013-19).
Political Networks [lecture] (2019).
The Politics of Economic Crisis and Reform [lecture] (2014-15, 17, 19).
The Politics of Global Inequality [seminar] (2015, 18).
World Politics in a Time of Populist Nationalism [seminar] (2017).

Sporadic mentorship under formal programs involving undergraduate


research, associate instructorship, internships, and individualized
curricula.

service Referee: American Journal of Political Science; American Political Sci-


ence Review; British Journal of Political Science; British Journal
of Politics and International Relations; European Journal of In-
ternational Relations; Governance; The Independent Review; In-
ternational Interactions; International Journal of the Commons;
International Journal of Comparative Sociology; International Re-
lations; International Studies Quarterly; Journal of Politics; The
Latin Americanist ; Oxford University Press, Perspectives on Poli-
tics; PLOS ONE ; Public Choice; Regulation and Governance, Re-
view of International Political Economy; Socio-Economic Review;
Statistics, Politics, and Policy; World Politics.
Adjunct Fellow, Niskanen Center (2017-present).
Chair, International Studies Association Online Media Caucus (2019-20).
[Vice-chair, 2018-19; Officer-at-large, 2016-18.]
Member, IUB Bloomington Faculty Council (2017-19).
Member, IUB Bloomington Faculty Council International Affairs Com-
mittee (2018-19).
Member, IUB Bloomington Faculty Council Diversity and Affirmative Ac-
tion Committee (2017-18).
Co-creator and Organizer, IUB World Politics Research Seminar (2015-
present).
Member, Personnel committee, IUB Department of Political Science (2019).
Member, Faculty search committee, IUB Department of Political Science
(2019).
Member, By-laws Committee, IUB Department of Political Science (2019).
Member, Research Awards Committee, IUB Vincent and Elinor Ostrom
Workshop on Political Theory and Political Analysis (2018-19).
Member, Political Analytics Program, IUB Department of Political Sci-
ence (2018-19).
Member, Graduate Committee, IUB Department of Political Science (2017-
18).
Member, Dual PhD Admissions Committee, IUB Complex Networks and
Systems (2017-19)
Member, Faculty Search Committee, IUB Department of Political Sci-
ence (2017, successfully hired Ore Koren).
Member, Awards Committee, IUB Department of Political Science (2016-
17).
Member, Strategic Task Force, IUB Department of Political Science (2015).
Member, Faculty Search Committee, IUB School of Global and Interna-
tional Studies (2014-15, successfully hired Sarah Bauerle Danz-
man).
Member, Personnel Committee, IUB Department of Political Science (2014-
15).
Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, IUB Department of Political
Science (2013-14).

Disciplinary affiliations (some occasionally lapse): American Political


Science Association, International Political Economy Society, In-
ternational Studies Association, Midwest Political Science Associ-
ation, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Southern
Political Science Association.