Stephen Weymouth

Stephen Weymouth

Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor

Georgetown University

Stephen Weymouth is Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor of international political economy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. His research examines the political environment of globalization and technological change. He teaches courses on international business, nonmarket strategy, and the implications of artificial intelligence for business and society.

Interests

  • trade and exchange rate politics
  • governance of the digital economy
  • identity and political behavior

Education

  • Ph.D. in Political Science and International Affairs, 2010

    University of California, San Diego

  • M.A. in Latin American Studies, 2006

    University of California, San Diego

  • B.S. in Economics, 1999

    Arizona State University

Working Papers

(2020). Do Exchange Rates Influence Voting? Evidence from Elections and Survey Experiments in Democracies. R&R at International Organization.

Select Publications

Browse all publications here.
(2021). Gone for Good: Deindustrialization, White Voter Backlash, and U.S. Presidential Voting. American Political Science Review, 115(2).

PDF DOI

(2021). Populism in Place: The Economic Geography of the Globalization Backlash. International Organization, 75(2).

PDF DOI

(2021). The COVID-19 Pandemic and the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. Journal of Population Economics, 34(2).

PDF DOI

(2019). The Service Economy: U.S. Trade Coalitions in an Era of Deindustrialization. Review of International Organizations, 14(2).

PDF DOI

(2017). Service Firms in the Politics of U.S. Trade Policy. International Studies Quarterly, 61(4).

PDF DOI

(2017). Winners and Losers in International Trade: The Effects on U.S. Presidential Voting. International Organization, 73(3).

PDF DOI

(2017). The Distributional Consequences of Preferential Trade Liberalization: Firm-level Evidence. International Organization, 71(2).

PDF DOI

(2015). The Influence of Firm Global Supply Chains and Foreign Currency Undervaluations on U.S. Trade Disputes. International Organization, 69(4).

PDF DOI

(2014). Unbundling the Relationship between Authoritarian Legislatures and Political Risk. British Journal of Political Science, 44(3).

PDF DOI

Courses

Fall 2021

  • Business and Government Relations

Spring 2022

  • Global Business Experience - Mexico City

Summer 2022

  • Global Business Experience - Buenos Aires
  • The AI Economy (Univ. of Basel)

Contact