Recent & In Progress

Some of this work is posted on my SSRN page: http://ssrn.com/author=416472

“National Perspectives on International Constitutional Review: Diverging Optics” In Erin Delaney and Rosalind Dixon eds,  Comparative Judicial Review  Edward Elgar, 2018. Available on SSRN here.

“The Contested Authority of International Law” in Christopher Daase and Nicole Dietelhoff eds. Beyond Anarchy: Rule and Authority in the International System. Draft presented in Frankfurt Germany 25 May 2017.

“The Future of International Law” in Diana Ayton-Shenker ed The New Global Agenda, Lahnham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018

“Divergent Legalization in Global Economic Governance: Why Is Money So Different than Trade?” with Stephen C. Nelson.

“Is there Such a Thing as a Politics of Backlash?” Project with Michael Zürn, WZB Berlin, October 2017.

“The Benefits of Second Best Global Governance” with Cristina Lafont, Paper presented at “Government, Legality and Political Morality Beyond the Nation State” Ontario Political Philosophy Partnership, September 28, 2017, Burlington Ontario.

“International Regime Complexity,” with Kal Raustiala.  Annual Review of Law and Social Science 2018.

The Judicialization of International Relations” with Emilie Haftner-Burton and Laurence Helfer.

atjbookcoverTransplanting International Courts: The Law and Politics of the Andean Tribunal of Justice. With Laurence Helfer. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2017. Introduction available here.

“Jurist Advocacy Movements in Europe and the Andes”  iCourts Working Paper Series, No. 65, 2016.

“The Evolution of International Law and Courts” The  Orfeo Fioretos ed International History and Politics in Time (Oxford University Press, 2017).  Available on SSRN. Download page proofs here.

“The Authority of the Andean Tribunal of Justice in a Time of Regional Political Crisis” in Alter, Helfer and Madsen eds. The Authority of International Courts. Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018.

“Gender and Status in American Political Science: Who determines whether a scholar is noteworthy?” With Jean Clipperton, and Emily Shraudenbach, Laura Rozier.