Jared A. Pincin, Ph.D.
Accepted Peer-Reviewed Paper: Political Power and Aid Tying Practices in the Development Assistance Committee Countries
Published version in Oxford Development Studies.
Abstract: This paper examines on a panel of 22 OECD Development Assistance Committee countries whether fragmentation of executive power and the degree of competition in the legislative branch of government increases the amount of tied aid over the 1979-2009 period. Fragmentation and competition are broadly defined as the degree to which the costs of a dollar of aid expenditure are internalized by decision makers and the relative strength of the government’s position vis-à-vis legislative composition respectively. The empirical results show tied aid, both in levels and as a percentage of total aid, increases as the number of decision makers within the government increases and decreases as the proportion of excess seats a governing coalition holds above a simple majority increases.View comments →
B.A. Economics and Political ScienceAmerican University
M.S. EconomicsAuburn University
Thesis Title: Ethanol and Its Effect on the US Corn Market: How the Price of E-85 Influences Equilibrium Corn Prices and Equilibrium Quantity
Ph.D. EconomicsWest Virginia University
Fields of study: Public Choice and International Development Dissertation Title: Three Essays on the Political Economy of Foreign Aid Practices in the Development Assistance Committee Countries
Associate Professor of EconomicsThe Kings's College, New York City
Courses Taught: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Economic Policy, and International Development
Visiting InstructorFulda University of Applied Sciences, Fulda, Germany
Course Taught: Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
Teaching AssistantWest Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
Courses Taught: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Comparative Economic Systems
Research AssistantBureau of Business and Economic Research, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia
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