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The Review of International Organizations

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Volume 11, issue 2, 2016

Developing countries and international organizations: Introduction to the special issue pp. 155-169 Downloads
John W. McArthur and Eric Werker
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
The myth of the local pp. 197-218 Downloads
Felix Anderl
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
Resisting democracy assistance: Who seeks and receives technical election assistance? pp. 247-282 Downloads
Inken von Borzyskowski

Volume 11, issue 1, 2016

The effects of the IMF on expropriation of foreign firms pp. 1-23 Downloads
Glen Biglaiser, Hoon Lee and Joseph L. Staats
The effects of the IMF on expropriation of foreign firms pp. 1-23 Downloads
Glen Biglaiser, Hoon Lee and Joseph Staats
Credibility, preferences, and bilateral investment treaties pp. 25-58 Downloads
Seok-ju Cho, Yong Kyun Kim and Cheol-Sung Lee
Credibility, preferences, and bilateral investment treaties pp. 25-58 Downloads
Seok-ju Cho, Yong Kim and Cheol-Sung Lee
Democratic memberships in international organizations: Sources of institutional design pp. 59-87 Downloads
Jonas Tallberg, Thomas Sommerer and Theresa Squatrito
Democratic memberships in international organizations: Sources of institutional design pp. 59-87 Downloads
Jonas Tallberg, Thomas Sommerer and Theresa Squatrito
Why do some international institutions contain strong dispute settlement provisions? New evidence from preferential trade agreements pp. 89-120 Downloads
Todd Allee and Manfred Elsig
Why do some international institutions contain strong dispute settlement provisions? New evidence from preferential trade agreements pp. 89-120 Downloads
Todd Allee and Manfred Elsig
Transnational advocacy and domestic law: International NGOs and the design of freedom of information laws pp. 121-144 Downloads
Daniel Berliner
Transnational advocacy and domestic law: International NGOs and the design of freedom of information laws pp. 121-144 Downloads
Daniel Berliner
William Phelen. 2015. In place of inter-state retaliation: The European Union’s rejection of WTO-style trade sanctions (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 145-149 Downloads
Karen J. Alter
William Phelen. 2015. In place of inter-state retaliation: The European Union’s rejection of WTO-style trade sanctions (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 145-149 Downloads
Karen Alter
Leslie Johns. 2015. Strengthening international courts: The hidden costs of legalization. (Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press) pp. 151-154 Downloads
Jillienne Haglund
Leslie Johns. 2015. Strengthening international courts: The hidden costs of legalization. (Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press) pp. 151-154 Downloads
Jillienne Haglund

Volume 10, issue 4, 2015

The preoccupation of the United Nations with Israel: Evidence and theory pp. 413-437 Downloads
Raphael Becker, Arye Hillman, Niklas Potrafke and Alexander Schwemmer
The multifaceted nature of global climate change negotiations pp. 439-464 Downloads
Benjamin Bagozzi
Does stakeholder involvement foster democratic legitimacy in international organizations? An empirical assessment of a normative theory pp. 465-488 Downloads
Hans Agné, Lisa Dellmuth and Jonas Tallberg
The domestic effectiveness of international human rights monitoring in established democracies. The case of the UN human rights treaty bodies pp. 489-512 Downloads
Jasper Krommendijk
Tana Johnson. 2014. Organizational Progeny: Why governments are losing control over the proliferating structures of global governance (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press) pp. 513-516 Downloads
Michael Tierney
Sikina Jinnah. 2014. Post-treaty politics: Secretariat influence in global environmental governance (Cambridge: The MIT Press) pp. 517-520 Downloads
Hylke Dijkstra

Volume 10, issue 3, 2015

Delegation and pooling in international organizations pp. 305-328 Downloads
Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks
Do human rights violations hinder counterterrorism cooperation? Evidence from the FBI’s deployment abroad pp. 329-349 Downloads
Asif Efrat
Measuring attitudes toward regional organizations outside Europe pp. 351-375 Downloads
Bernd Schlipphak
Balancing design objectives: Analyzing new data on voting rules in intergovernmental organizations pp. 377-402 Downloads
Daniel Blake and Autumn Payton
Heidi Hardt. 2014. Time to react: The efficiency of international organizations in crisis response. Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. 403-407 Downloads
Stephanie C. Hofmann
Leonardo Baccini and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. Cutting the Gordian Knot of Economic Reform. When and How International Institutions Help (New York: Oxford University Press) pp. 409-412 Downloads
Ana Carolina Garriga

Volume 10, issue 2, 2015

The political logic of dispute settlement: Introduction to the special issue pp. 107-117 Downloads
Christina Davis
Dispute settlement mechanisms and maritime boundary settlements pp. 119-143 Downloads
Áslaug Ásgeirsdóttir and Martin Steinwand
Trade flows and trade disputes pp. 145-177 Downloads
Chad Bown and Kara Reynolds
Balancing law and politics: Judicial incentives in WTO dispute settlement pp. 179-205 Downloads
Ryan Brutger and Julia Morse
Information revelation and structural supremacy: The World Trade Organization’s incorporation of environmental policy pp. 207-229 Downloads
Tana Johnson
When do international economic agreements allow countries to pay to breach? pp. 231-264 Downloads
Krzysztof Pelc and Johannes Urpelainen
Waiting for election season pp. 265-303 Downloads
Fouad Pervez

Volume 10, issue 1, 2015

Women’s rights INGO shaming and the government respect for women’s rights pp. 1-22 Downloads
Amanda Murdie and Dursun Peksen
Shadow bureaucracies and the unilateral control of international secretariats: Insights from UN peacekeeping pp. 23-41 Downloads
Hylke Dijkstra
A political economy of positions in climate change negotiations: Economic, structural, domestic, and strategic explanations pp. 43-66 Downloads
Stefanie Bailer and Florian Weiler
UN interventions: The role of geography pp. 67-95 Downloads
Juan Duque, Michael Jetter and Santiago Sosa
Joost Pauwelyn, Ramses A. Wessel and Jan Wouters (Eds.). 2012. Informal international lawmaking. (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 97-101 Downloads
Oliver Westerwinter
Stephanie C. Hofmann. 2013. European security in NATO’s shadow: party ideologies and institution building pp. 103-106 Downloads
Sten Rynning

Volume 9, issue 4, 2014

Contested multilateralism pp. 385-412 Downloads
Julia Morse and Robert Keohane
Choosing international organizations: When do states and the World Bank collaborate on environmental projects? pp. 413-440 Downloads
Patrick Bayer, Christopher Marcoux and Johannes Urpelainen
American evangelicals and domestic versus international climate policy pp. 441-469 Downloads
Stephen Chaudoin, David Smith and Johannes Urpelainen
A theory of emerging order within institutional complexes: How competition among regulatory international institutions leads to institutional adaptation and division of labor pp. 471-498 Downloads
Thomas Gehring and Benjamin Faude
Jonas Tallberg, Thomas Sommerer, Theresa Squatrito, Christer Jönsson. 2013. The Opening Up of International Organizations: Transnational Access in Global Governance (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press) pp. 499-502 Downloads
Tamar Gutner
Yoram Z. Haftel. Regional economic institutions and conflict mitigation: Design, implementation and the promise of peace (Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press) pp. 503-505 Downloads
Jonathan Strand

Volume 9, issue 3, 2014

Does participation in international organizations increase cooperation? pp. 285-308 Downloads
Erik Voeten
Scrambling for contact: The determinants of inter-NGO cooperation in non-Western countries pp. 309-331 Downloads
Amanda Murdie
Think globally, buy locally: International agreements and government procurement pp. 333-352 Downloads
Stephanie Rickard and Daniel Kono
The design of international trade agreements: Introducing a new dataset pp. 353-375 Downloads
Andreas Dür, Leonardo Baccini and Manfred Elsig
Julia Gray. 2013. The Company States Keep: International Economic Organizations and Investor Perceptions (New York: Cambridge University Press) pp. 377-380 Downloads
J. Broz
Joseph Jupille, Walter Mattli and Duncan Snidal. 2013. Institutional Choice and Global Commerce (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press) pp. 381-384 Downloads
Tobias Hofmann

Volume 9, issue 2, 2014

Introduction to the special issue on the political economy of multilateral trade negotiations pp. 135-142 Downloads
Peter Egger and Marcelo Olarreaga
The Doha Round impasse: A graphical account pp. 143-162 Downloads
Simon Evenett
Multilateral determinants of regionalism revisited pp. 163-203 Downloads
Katerina Gradeva and Dany Jaimovich
The economics and political economy of going beyond the GATS pp. 205-239 Downloads
Erik der Marel and Sebastien Miroudot
Sustaining multilateral trade cooperation in a multipolar world economy pp. 241-260 Downloads
Bernard Hoekman
WTO 2.0: Governance of 21st century trade pp. 261-283 Downloads
Richard Baldwin

Volume 9, issue 1, 2014

Adverse selection and growth under IMF programs pp. 1-28 Downloads
Muhammet Bas and Randall Stone
Knowing your audience: How the structure of international relations and organizational choices affect amnesty international’s advocacy pp. 29-58 Downloads
Cullen Hendrix and Wendy Wong
Orchestration and transnational climate governance pp. 59-82 Downloads
Thomas Hale and Charles Roger
Preferences or blocs? Voting in the United Nations Human Rights Council pp. 83-106 Downloads
Simon Hug and Richard Lukács
Does the IMF cause civil war? A comment pp. 107-124 Downloads
Trude Midtgaard, Krishna Vadlamannati and Indra Soysa
Michael Breen. 2013. The politics of IMF lending (New York: Palgrave MacMillan) pp. 125-130 Downloads
Mark Copelovitch
Liam Clegg. 2013. Controlling the World Bank and IMF: Shareholders, stakeholders, and the politics of concessional lending (New York: Palgrave Macmillan) pp. 131-134 Downloads
Matthew Winters
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