Articles


Independent central banks and banking crisis liquidity (forthcoming, The Review of International Organizations)

https://doi.org/10.1007/s11558-018-9324-5.

Bernard, Jean-Thomas, Michael Gavin, Lynda Khalaf, and Marcel Voia (2015). "Environmental Kuznets curve: Tipping points, uncertainty and weak identification." Environmental and Resource Economics Vol 60, No. 2, pp. 285-315.


Working Papers

Global Club Goods and Regimes for International Financial Crisis Management (revise & resubmit, International Studies Quarterly)

Global and domestic financial safety nets: economically additive, politically substitutable options for financial stability promotion


Reputation and de facto central bank independence (joint with Mark Manger)


Reputation, central bank independence, and banking crises


Capital flows, exchanges rates, and the political economy of high beta economies (joint with Mark Manger)


Dissertation

Financial Safety Nets in Emerging Market Economies


Conference Presentations (selected)


“Global and domestic financial safety nets: economically additive, politically substitutable options for financial stability promotion,” the Political Economy of Finance conference for early career researchers, Oxford University, October 2018


“Global & Domestic Financial Safety Nets and Banking Crises," presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Boston, USA, September 2018


“Where are All the Banking Crises?” presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, April 2018

“Central Bank Financial Strength and Banking Crises in Emerging Market Presentations Economies” (with Mark Manger) presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, USA, September 2017

“Why is There No International Lender of Last Resort?” presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, April 2017

“Politics and Financial Risk in Emerging Market Economies,” presented at the Friday International Relations Seminar and Tea! (FIRST) in the Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, September 30, 2016

“Capital Flows, Exchanges Rates, and the Political Economy of High Beta Presentations Economies” presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, USA, September 2016

“Capital Flows, Exchanges Rates, and the Political Economy of High Beta Economies” (with Mark Manger) co-presented at the European Political Science Association Annual Conference, Vienna, Austria, June 2015

“The Environmental Kuznets Curve: Tipping Points, Uncertainty, and Weak Identification” (with Jean-Thomas Bernard, Lynda Khalaf, and Marcel Voia) presented at Computational and Financial Econometrics Annual Conference, London, UK, December 2010

Michael A. Gavin

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Washington University in St. Louis