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The Review of International Organizations

2006 - 2022

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Volume 17, issue 4, 2022

Undermining conditionality? The effect of Chinese development assistance on compliance with World Bank project agreements pp. 667-690 Downloads
Mitchell Watkins
Foreign aid and judicial autonomy pp. 691-715 Downloads
Margaret Ariotti, Simone Dietrich and Joseph Wright
Global banking and the spillovers from political shocks at the core of the world economy pp. 717-749 Downloads
Raphael Cunha and Andreas Kern
Do Voters Reward Politicians for Trade Liberalization? Evidence from South Korea pp. 751-780 Downloads
Sung Eun Kim and Sujin Cha
China and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): Chinese Influence Over Membership Shares? pp. 781-813 Downloads
Ayse Kaya and Byungwon Woo
Decision-making in international organizations: institutional design and performance pp. 815-845 Downloads
Thomas Sommerer, Theresa Squatrito, Jonas Tallberg and Magnus Lundgren
Expropriation and human rights: does the seizure of FDI signal wider repression? pp. 847-875 Downloads
Nicole Janz, Noel Johnston and Paasha Mahdavi
Crisis affectedness, elite cues and IO public legitimacy pp. 877-898 Downloads
Bernd Schlipphak, Paul Meiners and Osman Sabri Kiratli
Julia C. Morse. 2022. The Bankers’ Blacklist: Unofficial Market Enforcement and the Global Fight Against Illicit Financing. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press). Michele Riccardi. 2022. Money Laundering Blacklists. (New York: Routledge). Nkechikwu Valerie Azinge-Egbiri. 2021. Regulating and Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: The Law in Emerging Economies. (New York: Routledge) pp. 899-910 Downloads
Mark Nance
Courtney Hillebrecht. 2021. Saving the international justice regime. Beyond backlash against international courts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 911-915 Downloads
Jasper Krommendijk
Correction to: Courtney Hillebrecht. 2021. Saving the international justice regime. Beyond backlash against international courts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 917-917 Downloads
Jasper Krommendijk
Publisher Correction to: Managing performance and winning trust: how world bank staff shape recipient performance pp. 919-919 Downloads
Mirko Heinzel and Andrea Liese

Volume 17, issue 3, 2022

Power, ideas, and World Bank conditionality pp. 397-425 Downloads
Ben Cormier and Mark S. Manger
From grievances to civil war: The impact of geopolitics pp. 427-451 Downloads
Faisal Z. Ahmed
Labor clauses in trade agreements: Hidden protectionism? pp. 453-483 Downloads
Céline Carrère, Marcelo Olarreaga and Damian Raess
Clubs of autocrats: Regional organizations and authoritarian survival pp. 485-511 Downloads
Maria J. Debre
Behind the screen: Understanding national support for a foreign investment screening mechanism in the European Union pp. 513-541 Downloads
Zenobia T. Chan and Sophie Meunier
Closing time: Reputational constraints on capital account policy in emerging markets pp. 543-568 Downloads
Steven Liao and Daniel McDowell
Investment with insecure property rights: Capital outflow openness under dictatorship pp. 569-595 Downloads
Jacque Gao
Analyzing international organizations: How the concepts we use affect the answers we get pp. 597-625 Downloads
Charles B. Roger and Sam S. Rowan
The World Bank COVID-19 response: Politics as usual? pp. 627-656 Downloads
Christopher Kilby and Carolyn McWhirter
Anjali Kaushlesh Dayal. 2021. Incredible commitments: How UN peacekeeping failures shape peace processes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 657-661 Downloads
Johannes Karreth
Simone Dietrich. 2021. States, Markets and Foreign Aid. (New York: Cambridge University Press) pp. 663-666 Downloads
Gabriella R. Montinola

Volume 17, issue 2, 2022

The global governance complexity cube: Varieties of institutional complexity in global governance pp. 233-262 Downloads
Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni and Oliver Westerwinter
Hybrid institutional complexes in global governance pp. 263-291 Downloads
Kenneth W. Abbott and Benjamin Faude
Ordering global governance complexes: The evolution of the governance complex for international civil aviation pp. 293-322 Downloads
Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni
Measuring institutional overlap in global governance pp. 323-347 Downloads
Yoram Z. Haftel and Tobias Lenz
Bargaining strategies for governance complex games pp. 349-371 Downloads
Daniel Verdier
Correction to: Bargaining strategies for governance complex games pp. 373-373 Downloads
Daniel Verdier
The promise and perils of theorizing international regime complexity in an evolving world pp. 375-396 Downloads
Karen J. Alter

Volume 17, issue 1, 2022

Screening for losers: Trade institutions and information pp. 1-37 Downloads
Jason S. Davis
Settle or litigate? Consequences of institutional design in the Inter-American system of human rights protection pp. 39-61 Downloads
Francesca Parente
Incentivizing embedded investment: Evidence from patterns of foreign direct investment in Latin America pp. 63-87 Downloads
Sarah Bauerle Danzman and Alexander Slaski
Instrumental or intrinsic? Human rights alignment in intergovernmental organizations pp. 89-115 Downloads
David Benjamin Weyrauch and Christoph Valentin Steinert
Social ties and the political participation of firms pp. 117-142 Downloads
Cesi Cruz and Benjamin A. T. Graham
Statistical capacity and corrupt bureaucracies pp. 143-174 Downloads
Manuel Oechslin and Elias Steiner
Enduring the great recession: Economic integration in the European Union pp. 175-203 Downloads
Lauren Peritz, Ryan Weldzius, Ronald Rogowski and Thomas Flaherty
Nationalism and withdrawals from intergovernmental organizations: Connecting theory and data pp. 205-215 Downloads
Seung-Whan Choi
On IGO withdrawal by states vs leaders, and exogenous measures for inference pp. 217-222 Downloads
Inken Borzyskowski and Felicity Vabulas
Maria Ivanova. 2021. The untold story of the world’s leading environmental institution: UNEP at fifty (Cambridge: MIT Press) pp. 223-226 Downloads
Michael W. Manulak
Petros C. Mavroidis and Andre Sapir. 2021. China and the WTO: Why multilateralism still matters (Princeton: Princeton University Press) pp. 227-230 Downloads
Yeling Tan
Correction to: EU services trade liberalization and economic regulation: Complements or substitutes? pp. 231-231 Downloads
Matteo Fiorini and Bernard Hoekman

Volume 16, issue 4, 2021

Legitimacy challenges to the liberal world order: Evidence from United Nations speeches, 1970–2018 pp. 721-754 Downloads
Alexander Kentikelenis and Erik Voeten
Investment agreements and the fragmentation of firms across countries pp. 755-791 Downloads
Timm Betz, Amy Pond and Weiwen Yin
Issue attention on international courts: Evidence from the European Court of Justice pp. 793-815 Downloads
Arthur Dyevre and Nicolas Lampach
Do expected downturns kill political budget cycles? pp. 817-841 Downloads
Frank Bohn and Jan-Egbert Sturm
Contested multilateralism as credible signaling: how strategic inconsistency can induce cooperation among states pp. 843-870 Downloads
Benjamin Faude and Michal Parizek
Intervention by international organizations in regime complexes pp. 871-902 Downloads
Matias E. Margulis
The forces of attraction: How security interests shape membership in economic institutions pp. 903-929 Downloads
Christina L. Davis and Tyler Pratt
Correction to: The forces of attraction: How security interests shape membership in economic institutions pp. 931-931 Downloads
Christina L. Davis and Tyler Pratt
Correction to: Emulate or Differentiate? Chinese development finance, competition, and World Bank infrastructure funding pp. 933-938 Downloads
Alexandra O. Zeitz
Correction to: satisfied or not? exploring the interplay of individual, country and international organization characteristics for negotiation success pp. 939-942 Downloads
Diana Panke, Gurur Polat and Franziska Hohlstein
Tanja Börzel. 2021. Why Noncompliance: The Politics of Law in the European Union (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press) pp. 943-946 Downloads
Martijn Huysmans
Erik Voeten. 2021. Ideology and International Institutions (Princeton: Princeton University Press) pp. 947-951 Downloads
Simon Hug

Volume 16, issue 3, 2021

Introduction to the special issue: In memoriam Stephen Knack pp. 473-493 Downloads
Philip Keefer and Christopher Kilby
The effects of rejecting aid on recipients’ reputations: Evidence from natural disaster responses pp. 495-519 Downloads
Allison Carnegie and Lindsay R. Dolan
Foreign aid, oil revenues, and political accountability: Evidence from six experiments in Ghana and Uganda pp. 521-548 Downloads
Brandon Cuesta, Lucy Martin, Helen V. Milner and Daniel L. Nielson
Foreign aid, human capital accumulation and the potential implications for growth pp. 549-579 Downloads
Jamelia Harris
Does foreign aid volatility increase international migration? pp. 581-598 Downloads
Jonas Gamso, Jikuo Lu and Farhod Yuldashev
The economics of the democratic deficit: The effect of IMF programs on inequality pp. 599-623 Downloads
Valentin Lang
Managing performance and winning trust: how World Bank staff shape recipient performance pp. 625-653 Downloads
Mirko Heinzel and Andrea Liese
Delegation of implementation in project aid pp. 655-687 Downloads
Silvia Marchesi and Tania Masi
Optimal decision rules in multilateral aid funds pp. 689-719 Downloads
Axel Dreher, Jenny Simon and Justin Valasek

Volume 16, issue 2, 2021

Emulate or differentiate? pp. 265-292 Downloads
Alexandra O. Zeitz
Climate thresholds and heterogeneous regions: Implications for coalition formation pp. 293-316 Downloads
Johannes Emmerling, Ulrike Kornek, Valentina Bosetti and Kai Lessmann
Firm participation in voluntary regulatory initiatives: The Accord, Alliance, and US garment importers from Bangladesh pp. 317-343 Downloads
John S. Ahlquist and Layna Mosley
My Brother’s Keeper: Other-regarding preferences and concern for global climate change pp. 345-376 Downloads
Amanda Kennard
The social management of complex uncertainty: Central Bank similarity and crisis liquidity swaps at the Federal Reserve pp. 377-401 Downloads
Tim Marple
Satisfied or not? Exploring the interplay of individual, country and international organization characteristics for negotiation success pp. 403-429 Downloads
Diana Panke, Gurur Polat and Franziska Hohlstein
Project design decisions of egalitarian and non-egalitarian international organizations: Evidence from the Global Environment Facility and the World Bank pp. 431-462 Downloads
Alice Iannantuoni, Charla Waeiss and Matthew S. Winters
Charles B. Roger. 2020. The Origins of Informality: Why the Legal Foundations of Global Governance are Shifting, and Why It Matters (New York: Oxford University Press) pp. 463-466 Downloads
Elena V. McLean
Alexandru Grigorescu. 2020. The Ebb and Flow of Global Governance: Intergovernmentalism versus Nongovernmentalism in World Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 467-470 Downloads
Mathias Koenig-Archibugi
Correction to: We'd rather pay than change: The politics of German non-adjustment in the Eurozone crisis pp. 471-471 Downloads
Nils Redeker and Stefanie Walter

Volume 16, issue 1, 2021

Informal governance in world politics pp. 1-27 Downloads
Oliver Westerwinter, Kenneth W. Abbott and Thomas Biersteker
Do domestic politics shape U.S. influence in the World Bank? pp. 29-58 Downloads
Erasmus Kersting and Christopher Kilby
The global governance of international development: Documenting the rise of multi-stakeholder partnerships and identifying underlying theoretical explanations pp. 59-94 Downloads
Bernhard Reinsberg and Oliver Westerwinter
Cooperation Failure or Secret Collusion? Absolute Monarchs and Informal Cooperation pp. 95-135 Downloads
Melissa Carlson and Barbara Koremenos
Transnational public-private governance initiatives in world politics: Introducing a new dataset pp. 137-174 Downloads
Oliver Westerwinter
Formality, typologies, and institutional design pp. 175-182 Downloads
Lisa L. Martin
Introduction pp. 183-187 Downloads
Florian M. Hollenbach, Christine S. Lipsmeyer and Guy D. Whitten
Elite interests and public spending: Evidence from Prussian cities pp. 189-211 Downloads
Florian M. Hollenbach
Disparate geography and the origins of tax capacity pp. 213-237 Downloads
Pablo Beramendi and Melissa Rogers
The rise of modern taxation: A new comprehensive dataset of tax introductions worldwide pp. 239-263 Downloads
Laura Seelkopf, Moritz Bubek, Edgars Eihmanis, Joseph Ganderson, Julian Limberg, Youssef Mnaili, Paula Zuluaga and Philipp Genschel
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