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The Review of International Organizations

2016 - 2017

Current editor(s): A. Dreher

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Volume 12, issue 1, 2017

Does it pay to be poor? Testing for systematically underreported GNI estimates pp. 1-38 Downloads
Andrew Kerner, Morten Jerven and Alison Beatty
Need for speed: The lending responsiveness of the IMF pp. 39-73 Downloads
Daniel McDowell
The impact of ILO conventions on worker rights: Are empty promises worse than no promises? pp. 75-94 Downloads
Dursun Peksen and Robert G. Blanton
Human rights shaming through INGOs and foreign aid delivery pp. 95-120 Downloads
Simone Dietrich and Amanda Murdie
Speech is silver, silence is golden? Examining state activity in international negotiations pp. 121-146 Downloads
Diana Panke
Miriam Bradley. 2016. Protecting civilians in war: The ICRC, UNHCR, and their limitations in internal armed conflicts (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 147-150 Downloads
Michael Lipson
Alexandru Grigorescu. 2015. Democratic Intergovernmental Organizations? Normative Pressures and Decision-Making Rules (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press) pp. 151-155 Downloads
Tobias Lenz

Volume 11, issue 4, 2016

Not letting ‘bad apples’ spoil the bunch: Democratization and strict international organization accession rules pp. 399-418 Downloads
Christodoulos Kaoutzanis, Paul Poast and Johannes Urpelainen
The influence of interest: Real US interest rates and bilateral investment treaties pp. 419-448 Downloads
Timm Betz and Andrew Kerner
Human rights treaties and mobilized dissent against the state pp. 449-475 Downloads
Emily Hencken Ritter and Courtenay R. Conrad
Can I stay a BIT longer? The effect of bilateral investment treaties on political survival pp. 477-521 Downloads
Soumyajit Mazumder
Ayse Kaya. 2015. Power and Global Economic Institutions pp. 523-527 Downloads
Stephen Craig Nelson

Volume 11, issue 2, 2016

Imperfect adaptation: how the WTO and the IMF adjust to shifting power distributions among their members pp. 171-196 Downloads
Bernhard Zangl, Frederick Heußner, Andreas Kruck and Xenia Lanzendörfer
Citizen preferences and public goods: comparing preferences for foreign aid and government programs in Uganda pp. 219-245 Downloads
Helen V. Milner, Daniel L. Nielson and Michael G. Findley
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