Research

Working papers

Crippa, L. “The conditional arm of the law. The effect of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention on foreign direct investment.” Under review at International Studies Quarterly. Download paper.

Crippa, L. “Global Firms and Global Sheriffs? Why Territory Matters for Extraterritorial Regulation of Global Corporate Crime.” Download paper.

Crippa, L., & Genovese, F. “Papal Dividends: Popes’ Political Communications and Financial Markets” Download paper.

Crippa, L. “The Shield of Ownership. The Limits of Markets’ Regulatory Function Against Financial Crime” Download paper

Work in progress

Crippa, L., & Swatton P. J. “Out of Sight, Out of Mind. Why Do Countries Defect from Their Corporate Regulatory Mandates?”

Crippa, L., & Saavedra-Lux, L. “The Inadvertent Effect of FDI in Conflict Settings”

Crippa, L., & Picci, L. “Cross-border Corruption and the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention: The Determinants of Compliance.”

Crippa, L., Wittek, R., & Silitonga, M. S. “Does Aid Spur Corruption? An Empirical Test of the ‘Curse of Aid’ Hypothesis in Indonesian Provinces.”

Kostelka, F., Crippa, L., & Swatton P. J. “Participation and Inequality in the U.S. States.”