Professor Poczter’s work empirically examines the bank lending channel in emerging markets and the influence of institutional development and public policy on this channel. The aim of her work is to gain a deep understanding of the nature of financial markets in emerging economies, with an eye to the role of the government in promoting growth and the necessity of adapting Western models to emerging environments. In addition to publishing in peer-reviewed journals, she has also educated the public in public policy by publishing opinions in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and other media outlets, as well as appearing on television and radio to discuss current economic issues.
Awards and Honors
- International Management Division Award for Interdisciplinary Research (2015) Academy of Management
- Merrill Presidential Scholar Teaching Award (2015)
- Poczter, S., & Pepinsky, T. (2016). Authoritarian Legacies in Post-New Order Indonesia: Evidence from a New Dataset. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies.
- Poczter, S. (2016). The Agency Mechanism of Privatization: Evidence from Indonesia. Industrial and Corporate Change.
- Poczter, S. (2015). Broken Markets and Competitive Advantage.
- Poczter, S., Fabrizio, K., & Zelner, B. (2015). Does Innovation Policy Attract International Competition? Evidence from Energy Storage.
- Poczter, S., & Leiponen, A. (2015). Relational Financing and Innovation: Evidence from Emerging Economies.
- Poczter, S., Gertler, P., & Rothenberg, A. D. (2014). Financial Crisis and Productivity Evolution: Evidence from Indonesia. World Economy. 37:705-731.
- Poczter, S. (2014). The Long Term Effects of Bank Recapitalization: Evidence from Indonesia. Journal of Financial Intermediation.