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I completed my Ph.D. thesis entitled The Politics of Collaborative Global Governance: Organisational Positioning in IMF-World Bank Collaboration on 5 December 2017 (with no corrections). Based on over ninety interviews and an analysis of official documents, I argue in the thesis that international organisations can enact reforms of the rules of collaboration for mostly symbolic reasons: they claim a policy niche while continuing to collaborate with each other in similar fashion as before the reform. An early version of one of the empirical chapters won the Best Graduate Student Paper Award of the International Political Economy Section at the 2017 International Studies Association Annual Convention in Baltimore, MD.
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M dot Kranke at warwick dot ac dot uk