Research

Project Outputs

Gulrajani, Nilima, and Liam Swiss. Forthcoming. “Donor Proliferation to What Ends? New Donor Countries and the Search for Legitimacy” Canadian Journal of Development Studies.

Swiss, Liam. 2018. The Globalization of Foreign Aid: Developing Consensus. London: Routledge.

Related Research

Brown, Stephen, and Liam Swiss. 2013. “The Hollow Ring of Donor Commitment: Country Concentration and the Decoupling of Aid Effectiveness Norms from Donor Practice.” Development Policy Review 31(6):737-55.

Swiss, Liam. 2011. “Security Sector Reform and Development Assistance: Explaining the Diffusion of Policy Priorities Among Donor Agencies.” Qualitative Sociology 34(2):371-93.

Swiss, Liam. 2012. “The Adoption of Women and Gender as Development Assistance Priorities: An Event History Analysis of World Polity Effects.” International Sociology 27(1):96-119.

Swiss, Liam. 2016. “A Sociology of Foreign Aid and the World Society.” Sociology Compass 10(1):65-73.

Swiss, Liam. 2016. “World Society and the Global Foreign Aid Network.” Sociology of Development, 2(4), 342-374.

Swiss, Liam. 2017. “Foreign Aid Allocation from a Network Perspective: The Effect of Global Ties.” Social Science Research, 63, 111-123.

Swiss, Liam, and Stephen Brown. 2015. “The aid orphan myth.” Third World Quarterly 36(2):240-56.

Swiss, Liam, and Wesley Longhofer. 2016. “Membership has its privileges: Shared international organizational affiliation and foreign aid flows, 1978-2010.” Social Forces 94(4):1769-93.