Sarah Bauerle Danzman is an international political economist specializing in the politics of foreign direct investment in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies. Her research explores the domestic forces that support and oppose multinational firms; the politics and implementation of investment incentives; the ways in which international agreements influence investment flows; and the role of the U.S. economy in generating complex cycles of global banking crises.
She is working with the World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies and the World Bank to better understand how different organizational structures of investment promotion agencies influence the effectiveness of investment facilitation.
Areas of Expertise
The politics of economic globalization, trade, multinational firms, foreign direct investment, bilateral investment treaties, trade treaties, financial crisis.