International FlagsMr. Stanton attended Yale University and served as a teaching assistant in Southeast Asian history. He left the PhD program to attend the Harvard Law School. He is fluent in German and has conducted research in several different countries. His book, American Race Relations and the Legacy of British Colonialism (Routledge, 2020), builds on both his international and legal training and experiences.

“Review of Shen Wei, Conceptualizing the Regulatory Thicket: China’s Financial Markets after the Global Financial Crisis,” Banking & Finance Law Review, August 2021

“The Growing Movement for Enterprise Risk Management in Government: The United States Begins to Catch Up,” Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, September 2015

“Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail: Governance and Management Lessons from the Crisis” (公司浮沉背后:从次债危机中汲取金融监管与内部治理的经验教训),  Shanghai Jiao Tong University Law Review, 2014.

“Law and Economic Development: The Cautionary Tale of Colonial Burma, Asian Journal of Law and Society, January 2014

“Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail: Management Lessons from the US Financial Crisis,” European Business Review, September-October 2012.

Reform of Public Service Delivery: Are There Lessons From the United States?
(中国公共服务部门的改革:能从美国学到些什么)Comparative Studies, Beijing, Vol. 12, 2004

“Assessing Institutional Development: The Legal Framework That Shapes Public Institutions,” in New Directions in Program Evaluation, World Bank (1995)

“Conflict in Laos: The Village Point of View,” 8 Asian Survey, 887-900

Why Some Firms Thrive While Others Fail: Governance and Management Lessons from the Financial Crisis, Oxford University Press, 2012, has now been published in Chinese, with thanks to my colleague, Law School Dean Shen Wei: