Former publications of GLOBE members
(2019).Unintended consequences of adjacency claims: the function and dysfunction of analogies between refugee protection and IDP protection in the work of UNHCR.Global Governance, (forthcoming).(2019).Legislative efficiency and political inclusiveness: The effect of procedures on interest group mobilization in the European Parliament.The Journal of Legislative Studies, 25(2), 278-294.Link(2019).Where Are the Revolving Doors in Brussels? Sector Switching and Career Progression in EU Business–Government Affairs.The American Review of Public AdministrationLink(2019).The logic of regulatory venue shopping: a firm’s perspective.Public Policy and Administration, 1-35.Link(2019).Welfare through regulatory means: eviction and repossession policies in Singapore.Housing Studies, 34(3), 407-424.Link(2019).Rivalry and Overlap: Why Regional Economic Organizations Encroach on Security Organizations.Journal of Conflict Resolution, 63(9), 2180–2206.Link(2019).The Co‐Production of Primary and Secondary Legislation: Israel as a Case Study of Substitutive Relationships.Law & Policy.Link(2019).Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Exploring Their Design and Its Impact on Effectiveness.Sustainability 2019, 11(4), 1087Link(2019).Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Investment Disputes, State Sovereignty, and Change in Treaty Design.International Organization, 73(4), 859-880.Link(2018).Towards a third generation of global governance scholarship.Global Policy, 9: 107-113.Link(2018).Between cheap talk and epistocracy: The logic of interest group access in the European Parliament's committee hearings.Public Administration.Link(2018).When Do States Renegotiate Investment Agreements? The Impact of Arbitration.The Review of International Organizations 13 (1): 25-48.Link(2018).Labour Standards Provisions in EU Free Trade Agreements: Reflections on the European Commission’s Reform Agenda.World Trade Review, 18(4), 635-657.Link(2018).Three Models of Global Climate Governance: From Kyoto to Paris and Beyond.Global Policy, 9(4).Link(2018).Agency proliferation and the globalization of the regulatory state: Introducing a data set on the institutional features of regulatory agencies.Regulation & Governance, 12: 524-540.Link(2018).Integrating Voluntary Sustainability Standards in Trade Policy: The Case of the European Union’s GSP Scheme.Sustainability 2018, 10(12), 4364Link(2018).Explaining New Models of Global Voluntary Regulation: What can Organisational Studies Contribute?.Global Policy, 9 (1): 121-128.Link(2017).Theorizing Regulatory Intermediaries: The RIT Model.The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 670(1), 14–35.Link(2017).National Policy and Transnational Governance of Climate Change: Substitutes or Complements?.International Studies Quarterly, Volume 61, Issue 2, June 2017, Pages 253–268.Link(2017).International Networks as Drivers of Agency Independence: The Case of the Spanish Nuclear Safety Council.Administration & Society, 49(9), 1246–1271.Link(2017).The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Regulatory Space: A Comparison of Treaty Texts.Journal of International Economic Law 20 (2): 391-417.(2017).Institutional Authority and Security Cooperation within Regional Economic Organizations.Journal of Peace Research 54 (4): 484-498.(2017).Trans-governmental networks as regulatory intermediaries: horizontal collaboration and the realities of soft power.The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 670(1), 245–262.Link(2017).Monitoring Forced Labour and Slavery in Global Supply Chains: The Case of the California Act on Transparency in Supply Chains.Global Policy 8 (4): 522-529.(2017).The Public-Private Distinction in Global Governance. How relevant is it in case of Voluntary Sustainability Standards?.Chinese Journal of Global Governance, 3 (1): 1-26.(2017).Combating Slavery, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking: Are Current International, European and National Instruments Working?.Global Policy, 8 (4): 495-497.(2017).Intermediaries in Global Labour Governance.The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 670, 1, pp. 189–206.(2017).Strengthening Labour Rights Provisions in Bilateral Trade Agreements. The case of voluntary sustainability standards.Global Policy, 8, 3, pp. 78-88(2017).Dispute Settlement for Labour Provisions in Trade Agreements. Rethinking Current Arrangements.Politics and Governance, Volume 5, Issue 4, Pages 49–5Link(2017).Austerity or welfare state transformation? Examining the impact of economic crises on social regulation in Europe.Regulation & Governance, 13: 301-320.Link(2016).Devising strategic plans to improve organizational performance of intergovernmental organizations.Global Policy, 42 (1): 3‐23.Link(2016).The Protection of Labour Rights in Trade Agreements. The Case of the EU-Colombia Agreement.Journal of World Trade, pp. 587-609.(2015).Wanted: A third generation of global governance research.Governance, 28(4): 417-420.Link(2015).The emergence of regulatory regionalism: transnational networks and the diffusion of regulatory agencies within regions.Contemporary Politics, 21:4, 417-434Link
(2019).Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development.Sustainability - Reprinted as book with MDPI Publishers(2019).Research Collection on Global Governance (2 volumes).Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.(2018).The Comparative Politics of Transnational Climate Governance.London: Routledge.Link(2018).Democratic Empowerment in the European Union.Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.Link(2018).A theory of global governance: Authority, legitimacy, and contestation.Oxford: Oxford University Press.(2016).Protecting civilians in war: the ICRC, UNHCR, and their limitations in internal armed conflicts.Oxford: Oxford University Press.Link(2016).On the way towards a European Defence Union: A White Book as a first step.Brussels: European Parliament. DOI: 10.2861/374057.(2015).Global Governance Through Trade.Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.(2015).Risk Nexus: Global cyber governance: preparing for new business risks.Zurich: Zurich Insurance Group.
(2019).Public procurement and human rights: current role and potential of voluntary sustainability standards. In: Martin-Ortega, O. & C. Methven O’Brien (eds.) Public Procurement and Human Rights: Opportunities, Risks and Dilemmas for the State as Buyer.Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.(2018).Global Constitutionalism and private governance: the discrete contribution of voluntary sustainability standards. In: Suami, T., Peters, A., Kumm, M. & D. Vanoverbeke (eds.) Global Constitutionalism from European and East Asian Perspectives, pp. 496-517.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.(2017).The global governance system for climate finance: towards greater institutional integrity?. Cadman T., Sampford C. and R. Maguire. Governing the climate regime: institutions and integrity systems.London: Routledge.(2017).Regulatory Capitalism, In: P. Drahos (ed) (2017). Regulatory Theory: Foundations and Applications.ANU Press, 2017, pp. 289-304.Link(2016).UNHCR and accountability for IDP protection in Colombia. In: Kristina Bergtora Sandvik & Katja Lindskov Jacobsen (eds.). UNHCR and the struggle for accountability: technology, law and results-based management.London: Routledge.
(2019).Access to legal remedies for victims of corporate human rights abuses in third countries.Brussels: European Parliament.(2018).What Role can Voluntary Sustainability Standards play in the European Union’s GSP Scheme.Report for the German Ministry of Development Cooperation. Leuven: Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies(2017).Dispute Settlement in the Trade and Sustainable Development Chapters of EU Trade Agreements..Report for the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Leuven: Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies(2017).The governance of the EU’s Energy Union: Bridging the gap?.Working paper No. EUI RSCAS; 2017/51Link