Research

Project Outputs

Gulrajani, Nilima, and Liam Swiss. 2019. “Donorship norms in a state of flux.” Pp. 199-222 in Aid Power and Politics, edited by Iliana Olivié and Aitor Pérez. London: Routledge.

Banchani, Emmanuel, and Liam Swiss. 2019. “The Impact of Foreign Aid on Maternal Mortality” Politics & Governance 7(2):53-67.

Gulrajani, Nilima, and Liam Swiss. 2019. “Donor Proliferation to What Ends? New Donor Countries and the Search for Legitimacy” Canadian Journal of Development Studies. 40(3):348-68.

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.