Gabriella Montinola

Gabriella Montinola Portrait

Position Title
Associate Professor

669 Kerr Hall
1 Shields Avenue, Davis CA 95616


  • Ph.D., Political Science, Stanford University
  • M.A., Political Science, Stanford University
  • B.A., Political Science, Emory University


  • Montinola, G., & Easton, M. (Forthcoming) Remittances, Regime Type and Government Spending Priorities. Studies for Comparative International Development.
  • Montinola, G., & Kono, D. Y. (2015) Foreign aid, time horizons, and trade policy, Comparative Political Studies.
  • Montinola, G., & Kono, D. Y. (2013) The uses and abuses of foreign aid: Development aid and military spending, Political Research Quarterly 66, 3: 615-629.
  • Montinola, G. (2010) When does aid conditionality work?” Studies for Comparative International Development 45, 3: 358-382.
  • Montinola, G., & Kono, D. Y. (2009) Does foreign aid support autocrats, democrats, or both? The Journal of Politics 71, 2: 704–718.
  • Montinola, G., & Andrews, J. (2004) Veto players and the rule of law in emerging democracies, Comparative Political Studies 37(1):55-87.
  • Montinola, G. (2003) Who recovers first? Banking crises resolution in developing countries, Comparative Political Studies 36, 5:541-74.
  • Montinola, G., & Jackman, R. (2002) Sources of corruption: A cross-country study, British Journal of Political Science 32(1):147-70.