I am a political scientist at the Université de Montréal, where I read on comparative and international political economy. I am particularly interested in the politics of international taxation and foreign direct investment, but I have also worked on economic voting, monetary policy, foreign aid, and research methods. My articles have appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as International Organization, the Journal of Politics, the British Journal of Political Science, International Studies Quarterly and Political Analysis. Curriculum Vitae.

Here’s an awkward picture in case you need to find me in the hotel lobby at some conference: selfie.jpg. And here’s how I pronounce my weird hyphenated last name: arel-bundock.mp3 (“Arel” as in “barrel”; “Bundock” as in “bun” + “duck”).

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Preprint PDFs, supplementary materials, replication code, and data for all my published articles are archived by the Open Science Foundation. The final published versions are almost certainly available on Sci-Hub.

Thematically, these articles are probably closest to the stuff I am currently working on:

I also wrote a free textbook in French on Causal Inference and Quantitative methods. Click here to download a PDF or watch 13 hours of me talking about stats into a camera:

For a complete list of publications, please read my CV.


I spend a fair amount of time writing and publishing Open Source code: