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The Review of International Organizations

2006 - 2024

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Volume 19, issue 2, 2024

Migration and development finance: A survey experiment on diaspora bonds pp. 185-215 Downloads
Lindsay R. Dolan and Alexandra O. Zeitz
Renegotiating in good faith: How international treaty revisions can deepen cooperation pp. 217-241 Downloads
Matthew A. Castle
Undermining U.S. reputation: Chinese vaccines and aid and the alternative provision of public goods during COVID-19 pp. 243-268 Downloads
Francisco Urdinez
Cooperation between international organizations: Demand, supply, and restraint pp. 269-305 Downloads
Diana Panke and Sören Stapel
Building strong executives and weak institutions: How European integration contributes to democratic backsliding pp. 307-343 Downloads
Anna M. Meyerrose
Soft governance against superbugs: How effective is the international regime on antimicrobial resistance? pp. 345-374 Downloads
Mirko Heinzel and Mathias Koenig-Archibugi
Ronny Patz and Klaus H. Goetz. 2019. Managing Money and Discord in the UN: Budgeting and Bureaucracy (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 375-379 Downloads
Sebastian Haug
Erin R. Graham. 2023. Transforming International Institutions. How Money Quietly Sidelined Multilateralism at the United Nations. (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 381-384 Downloads
Ronny Patz

Volume 19, issue 1, 2024

The politics of international testing pp. 1-31 Downloads
Rie Kijima and Phillip Y. Lipscy
Environmental agreements as clubs: Evidence from a new dataset of trade provisions pp. 33-62 Downloads
Jean-Frédéric Morin, Clara Brandi and Jakob Schwab
Public preferences for international law compliance: Respecting legal obligations or conforming to common practices? pp. 63-93 Downloads
Saki Kuzushima, Kenneth Mori McElwain and Yuki Shiraito
The comparative constitutional compliance database pp. 95-115 Downloads
Jerg Gutmann, Katarzyna Metelska-Szaniawska and Stefan Voigt
Introducing the Intergovernmental Policy Output Dataset (IPOD) pp. 117-146 Downloads
Magnus Lundgren, Theresa Squatrito, Thomas Sommerer and Jonas Tallberg
Migration governance through trade agreements: insights from the MITA dataset pp. 147-173 Downloads
Sandra Lavenex, Philipp Lutz and Paula Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik
Correction to: Migration governance through trade agreements: insights from the MITA dataset pp. 175-175 Downloads
Sandra Lavenex, Philipp Lutz and Paula Hoffmeyer‑Zlotnik
Rohan Mukherjee. 2022. Ascending Order: Rising Powers and the Politics of Status in International Institutions. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 177-180 Downloads
Jonathan M. DiCicco
Christina L. Davis. 2023. Discriminatory Clubs: The Geopolitics of International Organizations. (Princeton: Princeton University Press) pp. 181-184 Downloads
Randall W. Stone

Volume 18, issue 4, 2023

International rankings and public opinion: Compliance, dismissal, or backlash? pp. 607-629 Downloads
Asif Efrat and Omer Yair
Discovering cooperation: Endogenous change in international organizations pp. 631-666 Downloads
Tobias Lenz, Besir Ceka, Liesbet Hooghe, Gary Marks and Alexandr Burilkov
Protecting home: how firms’ investment plans affect the formation of bilateral investment treaties pp. 667-692 Downloads
Seungjun Kim
Institutional Overlap in Global Governance and the Design of Intergovernmental Organizations pp. 693-724 Downloads
Bernhard Reinsberg and Oliver Westerwinter
Can IOs influence attitudes about regulating “Big Tech”? pp. 725-751 Downloads
Terrence L. Chapman and Huimin Li
The performance of international organizations: a new measure and dataset based on computational text analysis of evaluation reports pp. 753-776 Downloads
Steffen Eckhard, Vytautas Jankauskas, Elena Leuschner, Ian Burton, Tilman Kerl and Rita Sevastjanova
Vytautas Jankauskas and Steffen Eckhard. 2023. The Politics of Evaluation in International Organizations (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 777-781 Downloads
Mirko Heinzel
Ranjit Lall. 2023. Making International Institutions Work: The Politics of Performance. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 783-787 Downloads
Felicity Vabulas

Volume 18, issue 3, 2023

At what cost? Power, payments, and public support of international organizations pp. 431-465 Downloads
Ryan Brutger and Richard Clark
Bureaucratic capacity and preference attainment in international economic negotiations pp. 467-498 Downloads
Tarald Gulseth Berge and Øyvind Stiansen
WHO approves? Relative trust, the WHO, and China’s COVID-19 vaccines pp. 499-521 Downloads
Greg Chih-Hsin Sheen, Hans H. Tung, Chien-Huei Wu and Wen-Chin Wu
Aid and institutions: Local effects of World Bank aid on perceived institutional quality in Africa pp. 523-551 Downloads
Ann-Sofie Isaksson and Dick Durevall
Measuring precision precisely: A dictionary-based measure of imprecision pp. 553-571 Downloads
Markus Gastinger and Henning Schmidtke
The political power of internet business: A comprehensive dataset of Telecommunications Ownership and Control (TOSCO) pp. 573-600 Downloads
Tina Freyburg, Lisa Garbe and Véronique Wavre
Chris Humphrey. 2022. Financing the Future: Multilateral Development Banks in the Changing World Order of the 21st Century. (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Laura Francesca Peitz. 2023. The Dual Nature of Multilateral Development Banks: Balancing Development and Financial Logics. (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press) pp. 601-606 Downloads
Christopher Kilby

Volume 18, issue 2, 2023

Trading favors? UN Security Council membership and subnational favoritism in aid recipients pp. 237-258 Downloads
Maria Berlin, Raj M. Desai and Anders Olofsgård
The impact of unilateral BIT terminations on FDI: Quasi-experimental evidence from India pp. 259-296 Downloads
Simon Hartmann and Rok Spruk
Chinese or western finance? Transparency, official credit flows, and the international political economy of development pp. 297-328 Downloads
Ben Cormier
Institutional roots of international alliances: Party groupings and position similarity at global climate negotiations pp. 329-359 Downloads
Federica Genovese, Richard J. McAlexander and Johannes Urpelainen
Constraints and incentives in the investment regime: How bargaining power shapes BIT reform pp. 361-391 Downloads
Tuuli-Anna Huikuri
The state does not live by warfare alone: War and revenue in the long nineteenth century pp. 393-418 Downloads
Agustín Goenaga, Oriol Sabaté and Jan Teorell
Kim Moloney. 2022. Who Matters at the World Bank? Bureaucrats, Policy Change and Public Sector Governance (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 419-423 Downloads
Susan Park
Lisa Dellmuth, Jan Aart Scholte, Jonas Tallberg and Soetkin Verhaegen. 2022. Citizens, Elites, and the Legitimacy of Global Governance. (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 425-430 Downloads
Matthias Ecker-Ehrhardt

Volume 18, issue 1, 2023

Trade Wars and Election Interference pp. 1-25 Downloads
Ryan Brutger, Stephen Chaudoin and Max Kagan
IOs’ selective adoption of NGO information: Evidence from the Universal Periodic Review pp. 27-59 Downloads
Mintao Nie
How to sanction international wrongdoing? The design of EU restrictive measures pp. 61-85 Downloads
Katharina Meissner
Does cultural diversity hinder the implementation of IMF-supported programs? An empirical investigation pp. 87-116 Downloads
Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati and Samuel Brazys
Greening global governance: INGO secretariats and environmental mainstreaming of IOs, 1950 to 2017 pp. 117-143 Downloads
Thomas Dörfler and Mirko Heinzel
Public responses to foreign protectionism: Evidence from the US-China trade war pp. 145-167 Downloads
David A. Steinberg and Yeling Tan
When TED talks, does anyone listen? A new dataset on political leadership pp. 169-199 Downloads
Thomas Edward Flores, Gabriella Lloyd and Irfan Nooruddin
China visits: a dataset of Chinese leaders’ foreign visits pp. 201-225 Downloads
Yu Wang and Randall W. Stone
Axel Dreher, Andreas Fuchs, Bradley Parks, Austin Strange and Michael J. Tierney. 2022. Banking on Beijing: The Aims and Impacts of China’s Overseas Development Program. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) pp. 227-231 Downloads
Samuel Brazys
Susan Park. 2022. The Good Hegemon: US Power, Accountability as Justice, and the Multilateral Development Banks. (Oxford: Oxford University Press) pp. 233-236 Downloads
Dan Honig
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