Journal papers

Bradley, M.(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).
Haftel, Y. Z., and S. C. Hofmann(2019).Rivalry and Overlap: How Regional Economic Organizations Encroach on Security Organizations.Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Marx, A.(2019).Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Exploring Their Design and Its Impact on Effectiveness.Sustainability, 11-12: 1-9.
Thompson, A., T. Broude, and Y. Z. Haftel(2019).Once Bitten, Twice Shy? Investment Disputes, State Sovereignty and Change in Treaty Design.International Organization.
Coen, D., & Pegram, T.(2018).Towards a third generation of global governance scholarship.Global Policy, 9(1): 107-113.
Haftel, Y. Z., and A. Thompson(2018).When Do States Renegotiate Investment Agreements? The Impact of Arbitration.The Review of International Organizations 13 (1): 25-48.
Harrison, J., Barbu, M, Campling, L., Ebert, F., Martens, D., Marx, A., Orbie, J., Richardson, B. and A. Smith(2018).Labour Standards Provisions in EU Free Trade Agreements: Reflections on the European Commission’s Reform Agenda.World Trade Review, pp. 1-23.
Held, D. & C. Roger(2018).Three Models of Global Climate Governance: From Kyoto to Paris and Beyond.Global Policy, 9(4).Link
Jordana, J., X. Fernández‐i‐Marín and A. C. Bianculli(2018).Agency proliferation and the globalization of the regulatory state: Introducing a data set on the institutional features of regulatory agencies.Regulation & Governance, 12(4): 524-540.
Marx, A.(2018).Integrating Voluntary Sustainability Standards in Trade Policy: The Case of the European Union’s GSP Scheme.Sustainability, 10 (12): 66-87.
Marx, A. & J. Wouters(2018).Explaining New Models of Global Voluntary Regulation: What can Organisational Studies Contribute?.Global Policy, 9 (1): 121-128.
Andonova, L., Hale, T. & C. Roger(2017).National Policy and Transnational Governance of Climate Change: Substitutes or Complements?.International Studies Quarterly, 61(2).Link
Bianculli, A., Jordana, J. and A. G. Juaney(2017).International Networks as Drivers of Agency Independence: The Case of the Spanish Nuclear Safety Council.Administration and Society, 49 (9): 1246–1271.
Broude, T., Y. Z. Haftel, and A. Thompson(2017).The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Regulatory Space: A Comparison of Treaty Texts.Journal of International Economic Law 20 (2): 391-417.
Haftel, Y. Z., and S. C. Hofmann(2017).Institutional Authority and Security Cooperation within Regional Economic Organizations.Journal of Peace Research 54 (4): 484-498.
Jordana, J.(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.
Koekkoek, M., Marx, A. & J. Wouters(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.
Marx, A.(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.
Marx, A. & J. Wouters(2017).Combating Slavery, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking: Are Current International, European and National Instruments Working?.Global Policy, 8 (4): 495-497.
Marx, A. & J. Wouters(2017).Intermediaries in Global Labour Governance.The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 670, 1, pp. 189–206.
Marx, A., Brando, N & B. Lein(2017).Strengthening Labour Rights Provisions in Bilateral Trade Agreements. The case of voluntary sustainability standards.Global Policy, 8, 3, pp. 78-88
Marx, A., Ebert, F. & N. Hachez(2017).Dispute Settlement for Labour Provisions in Trade Agreements. Rethinking Current Arrangements.Politics and Governance, 5, 4, pp. 49-59.
Steinbach, Y., C. Knill and J. Jordana(2017).Austerity or Welfare State Transformation: Examining the Impact of Economy Crisis on Social Regulation in Europe.Regulation and Governance (online first, October 2017).
Federo, R. & Saz Carranza, A.(2016).Devising strategic plans to improve organizational performance of intergovernmental organizations.Global Policy, 42 (1): 3‐23.
Marx, A. Lein, B. & N. Brando(2016).The Protection of Labour Rights in Trade Agreements. The Case of the EU-Colombia Agreement.Journal of World Trade, pp. 587-609.
Coen, D., & Pegram, T.(2015).Wanted: A third generation of global governance research.Governance, 28(4): 417-420.
Fernandez-Marin, X. and J. Jordana(2015).The Emergence of Regulatory Regionalism: Transnational Networks and the Diffusion of Regulatory Agencies within Regions.Contemporary Politics 21(4): 417-434.


Marx, A.(2019).Public-Private Partnerships for Sustainable Development.Sustainability - Reprinted as book with MDPI Publishers
Marx, A. & J. Wouters(2019).Research Collection on Global Governance (2 volumes).Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Andonova, L., T. Hale & C. Roger(2018).The Comparative Politics of Transnational Climate Governance.London: Routledge.
Zürn, M.(2018).A theory of global governance: Authority, legitimacy, and contestation.Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Bradley, M.(2016).Protecting civilians in war: the ICRC, UNHCR, and their limitations in internal armed conflicts.Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Solana Madariaga, F., Saz Carranza, A., Garcia, M. & Estebanez, E.(2016).On the way towards a European Defence Union: A White Book as a first step.Brussels: European Parliament. DOI: 10.2861/374057.
Marx, A., Wouters, J., Rayp, G. & L. Beke(2015).Global Governance Through Trade.Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Pascual Ramsay, A., Saz Carranza, A. & Imbernon Sainz, A.(2015).Risk Nexus: Global cyber governance: preparing for new business risks.Zurich: Zurich Insurance Group.

Book chapters

Marx, A.(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.
Marx, A. & J. Wouters(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.
Bécault, E. & A. Marx(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.
Bradley, M.(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.

Policy reports

Marx, A.; Bright, C. & J. Wouters(2019).Access to legal remedies for victims of corporate human rights abuses in third countries.Brussels: European Parliament.
Marx et al.(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
Marx, A., Ebert, F., Hachez, N. & J. Wouters(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
Vandendriessche, M., Saz-Carranza, A., & Glachant, J.(2017).The governance of the EU’s Energy Union: Bridging the gap?.Working paper No. EUI RSCAS; 2017/51Link