Suárez, Sandra L. 2000. Does Business Learn? Tax Breaks, Uncertainty, and Political Experience. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 192
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2016. “Poor People’s Money: The Politics of Mobile Money in Kenya and Mexico.” Telecommunications Policy, vol. 40, issue 10-11 (December): 1-11.
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2015. Reflections on a “Heavenly Chorus [that] Sings with a Strong [Male] Upper Class Accent.” Business and Politics, vol. 17, issue 1 (April): 161-175.
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2014. “Symbolic Politics and the Regulation of Executive Compensation: A Comparison of the Great Depression and Great Recession.” Politics & Society, vol. 42 (March): 73-105.
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2012. “Reciprocal Policy Diffusion: The Regulation of Executive Compensation in the UK and US” Journal of Public Affairs vol. 12, issue 4 (November): 303-314.
-Suárez, Sandra L. and Robin Kolodny. 2011. “Paving the Road to ‘Too Big To Fail:’ Business Interests and the Politics of Financial Deregulation in the U.S.,” Politics & Society, vol. 39 (March): 74-102.
-Guillén, Mauro and Sandra L. Suárez. 2010. “The Global Crisis of 2007-2009: Markets, Politics and Organizations” Research in the Sociology of Organizations, vol. 30: 257-79.
-Suárez, Sandra. L. 2009. “Economic and Fertility Policies In An Era of Globalization: A Comparison of Ireland and Singapore.” New Global Studies (Berkeley Electronic Press), vol. 3, issue 1; 1-26.
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2006. “Mobile Democracy: Text Messages, Voter Turnout and the 2004 Spanish Elections” Representation vol. 42, no. 2 (July); 117-128.
- Reprinted in Politicking Online, ed. Costas Panagopoulos. Rutgers University Press, 2009.
-Guillén, Mauro and Sandra L. Suárez. 2006. “Explaining the Global Digital Divide: Economic, Political and Sociological Drivers of Cross-national Internet Use” Social Forces, vol. 84, no. 2 (December); 681-70
- Reprinted in Researching Society Online ed. M. David and P. Millward. SAGE Publications, 2014.
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2005. “Does English Rule? Language Instruction and Economic Growth Strategies in Singapore, Ireland, and Puerto Rico” Comparative Politics, vol. 37 no. 4 (July); 459-478.
- Reprinted in the Journal of Beijing Administrative College No. 5, 1011 (2011).
-Suárez, Sandra L. 2001. “Political and Economic Motivations for Labor Control: A Comparison of Ireland, Puerto Rico, and Singapore.” Studies in Comparative International Development vol. 36 no. 2 (summer); 54-81.
-Guillén, Mauro and Sandra L. Suárez. 2001. “Developing the Internet: Entrepreneurship and Public Policy in Ireland, Singapore, Argentina, and Spain” with Mauro Guillén, Telecommunications Policy vol. 25 no. 5; 349-371.
-Suárez, Sandra L. 1998. “Lessons Learned: Explaining the Political Behavior of Business.” Polity vol. 31 no. 1 (fall): 161-186.
-Guillén, Mauro and Sandra L. Suárez. 2015. “Complexity, Coupling, and the Great Recession” in The Architecture of Collapse: The Global System in the 21st Century, Mauro Guillén. Oxford University Press.
-Guillén, Mauro and Sandra L. Suárez. 2015 “The Global Financial and Economic Crisis: A Drama in Three Acts” in Globalization: The Crucial Phase ed. Brian Spooner. University of Pennsylvania Press.
-Robin Kolodny, Sandra L. Suárez and Justin Gollob. 2007. “Why Context Matters: The Pennsylvania Thirteenth Congressional District Race” Electing Congress: New Rules for an Old Game ed. David Magleby, J. Quinn Monson and Kelly Patterson. Prentice-Hall.
-Guillén, Mauro F. and Sandra L. Suárez. 2005. “The Institutional Context of Multinational Activity.” Prepared for the 2nd edition of Organization Theory and the Multinational Corporation, ed. Sumantra Ghoshal and Eleanor Westney. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
-Kolodny, Robin and Sandra L. Suárez. 2003. “Air Wars versus Ground Wars: Pennsylvania’s 13th District” in Campaigns and Elections. Lynne Rienner Publishers.
-Review of Deliberating American Monetary Policy: A Textual Analysis by Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey in Perspectives on Politics vol. 13:4, (December 2015).
-Review of The Oxford’s Handbook of Business and Government, ed. David Coen, Wyn Grant and Graham K. Wilson in Governance vol. 24, no. 1, (December 2010).
-Review of Peter A. Swenson’s Capitalists Against Markets: The Making of Labor Markets and Welfare Sates in the United States and Sweden in Governance vol. 18, no. 3 (July 2005).
-Review of Kevin Farnsworth’s Corporate Power and Social Policy in a Global Economy in Political Science Quarterly vol. 120, no. 1 (spring 2005).
-Review of Mark A. Smith’s American Business and Political Power: Public Opinion, Elections and Democracy in Public Opinion Quarterly, vol. 66, no. 2 (summer 2002).
-Review of Cathie Jo Martin’s Stuck in Neutral in the American Political Science Review vol. 94 no. 4 (December 2000).
“Social Media and Regime Change in Egypt” in Campaigns and Elections Magazine (March 2011).
Research Report. Pennsylvania’s Thirteenth District.” In David B. Magleby eds. Outside Money: Soft Money & Issue Ads in Competitive 2004 Congressional Elections. Research funded by a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts, David Magleby, Principal Investigator, Brigham Young University. With Robin Kolodny and Justin Gollob.
Suárez, Sandra L. 2002. “Indebted Industrialization.” Encyclopedia of International Political Economy. London: Routledge.
Research Report. Pennsylvania’s Thirteenth District.” In David B. Magleby eds. Outside Money: Soft Money & Issue Ads in Competitive 2000 Congressional Elections. Research funded by a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts, David Magleby, Principal Investigator, Brigham Young University. With Robin Kolodny and Kyle Kreider (published online by PS at www.apsanet.org/ps/june01/outsidemoney.cfm).
Research Report. Pennsylvania’s Thirteenth District.” In David B. Magleby and Marianne Holt eds. Outside Money: Soft Money & Issue Ads in Competitive 1998 Congressional Elections. Research funded by a grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts, David Magleby, Principal Investigator, Brigham Young University. With Robin Kolodny and Michael Rodríguez.
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