Giselle Datz

Chair of GIA, Associate Professor, Government and International Affairs (GIA)
Giselle Datz
900 N. Glebe Rd.
Arlington, VA 22203
  • Ph.D., Global Affairs, Rutgers University, 2007
  • M.A., International Relations, University of Chicago, 2001
  • B.A., Economics, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, 1999
  • Sovereign debt restructuring
  • Pension funds
  • Financial crises and regulation
  • Financial technology and banking
  • Latin American politics
  • GIA 5524: International Development
  • GIA 5434: Politics of Developing Areas
  • GIA 6144 (PSCI 6144): Topics in Global Governance
  • PAPA 5034 (GIA 5034) (UAP 5034): Global Political Econnomy
  • Datz, Giselle. (forthcoming) “Financial Globalization and Domestic Policy Making”. Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics, Gary Prevost and Harry Vanden (Eds.), New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Datz, Giselle and Katharine Corcoran. 2019. “Deviant Debt: Reputation, Litigation and the Outlier Effects of Argentina’s Debt Restructuring Saga”, New Political Economy.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2014. “Varieties of Power in Latin American Pension Finance: Pension Fund Capitalism, Developmentalism and Statism”. Government and Opposition, vol. 49(3): 483-510.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2014. "Sovereign Debt Default." The International Studies Encyclopedia. Robert A. Denemark (Ed.). Blackwell Publishing, Blackwell Reference Online.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2013 “The Narrative of Complexity in the Crisis of Finance: Epistemological Challenge and Macroprudential Policy Response”. New Political Economy, vol. 18(4): 459-479.
  • Datz, Giselle and Joel Peters. 2013. “Brazil and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the New Century: Between Ambition, Idealism, and Pragmatism”. Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs, vol. VII(2): 43-57.
  • Datz, Giselle and Katalin Dancsi. 2013. "The Politics of Pension Reform Reversal: A Comparative Analysis of Hungary and Argentina". East European Politics, vol. 29(1): 83-100.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2013. “Brazil’s Pension Fund Developmentalism”. Competition & Change, vol.17(2): 111-128.
  • Brink, Lars, David Orden and Giselle Datz. 2013. “BRIC Agricultural Policies through a WTO Lens”. Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 64:1.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2012. “The Inextricable Link between Sovereign Debt and Pensions in Argentina, 1993-2010”. Latin American Politics and Society, vol. 54(1): 101-126.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2009. “What Life after Default? Time Horizons and the Outcome of the Argentine Debt Restructuring Deal”.  Review of International Political Economy, vol. 16(3): 456-484.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2009. “State of Change: Global Turmoil and Government Reinvention”, Public Administration Review, vol. 69(4): 660-667.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2008. “Governments as Market Players: State Innovation in the Global Economy”. Journal of International Affairs, vol. 62(1): 35-49.
  • Datz, Giselle. 2004. “Reframing Development and Accountability: The Impact of Sovereign Credit Ratings on Policy Making in Developing Countries”. Third World Quarterly, vol.25(2):303-318.
  • Places and payment pipelines in sovereign debt restructurings
  • Financial development in Latin America
  • Sovereign debt restructuring proceses
  • Economic policy reform (particularly pension reforms)
  • Financial crises and financial development