Jeffrey M Chwieroth

Jeffrey Chwieroth is Professor of International Political Economy, Department of International Relations, LSE.

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Publications

Opinion Pieces
Jun 2015
Jeffrey M Chwieroth, Andrew Walter and Cohen R. Simpson
How would a unilateral Greek default affect politics and policy elsewhere in Europe? A Greek default is more likely to strengthen voter support across southern Europe for existing policies than to precipitate a new wave of defaults. This effect...
Opinion Pieces
Jun 2015
Jeffrey M Chwieroth, Cohen R. Simpson and Andrew Walter
Many fear that a Greek default would lead voters elsewhere in Europe to favour default over austerity. This column argues that it is more likely to have the opposite effect. Network interdependencies among countries affect the domestic politics of...
Opinion Pieces
Jan 2015
Jeffrey Chwieroth and Jon Danielsson discuss the political challenges of the macroprudential agenda in the ESRC's annual flagship magazine Britain in 2015.
Discussion Papers
Jan 2015
DP 28
Jeffrey M Chwieroth and Andrew Walter
How have the politics of banking crises changed over the long run? Unlike existing static accounts, we offer a dynamic theory emphasizing how the emergence of voters’ “great expectations” after the 1930s concerning crisis...
Discussion Papers
Sep 2014
DP 22
Jeffrey M Chwieroth, Cohen R Simpson and Andrew Walter
Sovereign default is often associated with the downfall of incumbent governments in democratic polities. Existing scholarship directs attention to the relationship between default and domestic politics and institutions rather than the broader...
Opinion Pieces
Sep 2013
Central banks frequently lead the macroprudential policy implementation. The hope is that their credibility in conquering inflation might rub off on macroprudential policy. This column argues the opposite. The fuzziness of the macroprudential agenda...