Hi, I’m Patrick. Starting in Fall 2013, I’ll be a JD candidate at Harvard Law School. Previously, I served as the “explainer-in-chief” for Newsbound, helped Kiva set up its Strategic Initiatives Department, did a postdoctoral fellowship at UC Berkeley, and received a PhD in history from UCLA.
This website contains links to my academic work. Have look around and let me know what you think. Contact info is to the right.
Robert McNamara’s Other War: The World Bank and the Remaking of International Development in the 1970s (under review with Columbia University Press)
The United States, the World Bank, and the Challenges of International Development in the 1970s (Diplomatic History, 2013) (ungated)
Bureaucratic Imperatives and Policy Outcomes: The Origins of World Bank Structural Adjustment Lending (Review of International Political Economy, 2012) (ungated)
Slaying the Dragon of Debt: Fiscal Policy and Politics from the 1970s to the Present (with Martin Meeker)
Oral History, Policy History, and Information Abundance and Scarcity (Perspectives on History, 2012)
Interest and Ideas at the United Nations (SAIS Review, 2007)
The Global Cold War (Yale Journal of International Affairs, 2007)