I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Government and Public Policy at the University of Arizona. I previously worked at CCNY for three years where I served as the Director of CCNY's MA in International Relations program. Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University. I also spent three years as a Lecturer in International Political Economy and as Director of the MSc International Public Policy program at University College London. I hold a PhD from Emory University (‘10) and an MA from the University of Manchester (‘05). My research explores questions in:

- international political economy
- trade law and organizations
- institutional design
- political economy of conflict

Papers in these areas include the following: 

Daniel DiSalvo and Jeffrey Kucik. forthcoming. "Unions, Parties, and the Politics of State Government Legacy Costs." Policy Studies Journal. [download]

Julia Gray and Jeffrey Kucik. 2017. "Domestic Leadership Turnover and the Durability of Trade Agreements." Comparative Political Studies. 50(14): 1941-1972. [download]

Alex Braithwaite and Jeffrey Kucik. forthcoming. "Does the Presence of Foreign Troops Affect Stability in Host Countries?" Foreign Policy Analysis. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik and Ashley Moraguez. 2017. “Balancing Multiple Goals: Analyzing Votes on Free Trade Agreements in the US House." Congress & the Presidency. 44(1): 29-54. [download] 

Stephen Chaudoin, Jeffrey Kucik, and Krzysztof Pelc. 2016. “Do WTO Disputes Actually Increase Trade?” International Studies Quarterly. 60(2): 294-306. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik and Krzysztof Pelc. 2016. “Do International Rulings Have Spillover Effects? The View from Financial Markets.” World Politics. 68(4): 713-751. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik and Krzysztof Pelc. 2016. "Measuring the Costs of Privacy: A Look at the Distributional Effects of Private Bargaining." British Journal of Political Science. 46(4): 861-889. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik and Ashley Moraguez. 2016. “Liberals, Labor, and the Democratic Party’s Volatile Relationship with Free Trade.” The Forum. 14(2): 121-142. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik and
Krzysztof Pelc. 2016. “Over-Commitment and Backsliding in International Trade.” European Journal of Political Research. 55(2): 391-415. [download]

Alex Braithwaite, Jeffrey Kucik, and Jessica Maves Braithwaite. 2015. “The Conditioning Effect of Protest History on the Emulation of Nonviolent Conflict.” Journal of Peace Research. 52(2): 697-711. [download]

Alex Braithwaite, Jeffrey Kucik, and Jessica Maves Braithwaite. 2014. "The Costs of Domestic Political Unrest." International Studies Quarterly. 58:489-500. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik. 2012. "The Domestic Politics of Institutional Design: Producer Preferences over Trade Agreement Rules." Economics & Politics, 24:95-118. [download]

Andrew Kerner and Jeffrey Kucik. 2010. "The International and Domestic Determinants of Insider Trading Laws."
International Studies Quarterly, 54:657-682. [download]

Jeffrey Kucik and Eric Reinhardt. 2008. "Does Flexibility Promote Cooperation? An Application to the Global Trade Regime."
International Organization, 62:477-505.

My writing also appears online at: 

Vox (2
RealClear (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

I am a regular contributor to The Hill (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9).