Contributions to Fondad publications
- 2006 Global Imbalances and the US Debt Problem: Should Developing Countries Support the US Dollar?
- 2004 Diversity in Development: Reconsidering the Washington Consensus
- 2003 China's Role in Asia and the World Economy: Fostering Stability and Growth
- 2003 Financial Stability and Growth in Emerging Economies: The Role of the Financial Sector
- 1995 Regionalism and the Global Economy: The Case of Latin America and the Caribbean
Stallings has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Cambridge and a Ph.D. in political science from Stanford University. Her work has focused on economic reform and development, particularly in Latin America and East Asia; finance for development; development strategy; and international political economy.
Prior to joining the Watson Institute in 2002, she was director of the Economic Development Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean in Santiago, Chile. She was previously professor of political economy at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where she also served as director of the Global Studies Research Program, director of the Latin American Studies Program, and associate dean of the graduate school.
Stallings has lectured around the world and acted as adviser to several governments and international agencies. She is author or editor of 11 books and numerous book chapters and articles. Most recently, she co-authored a book titled Finance for Development: Latin America in Comparative Perspective (Brookings Institution, 2006). She has also served on the editorial boards of several journals, including Oxford Development Studies, Competition and Change, Oxford Companion to Politics of the World, International Studies Quarterly, American Journal of Political Science, and Latin American Research Review.