International Regime Complexity

How is the overlapping
non-hierarchical nature
of international institutions
in itself shaping  of politics?
This work considers how
international regime complexity
shapes politics within and
across international institutions.

Select publications

The Politics of International Regime Complexity. With Sophie Meunier  Perspectives on Politics 7 (1), 2009: 13-24. Download.  © Cambridge University Press

Banana Splits: Nested and Competing Regimes in the Transatlantic Banana Trade Dispute. With Sophie Meunier.  Journal of European Public Policy 13 (3):362-382. 2006. Download

The Evolving Transnational Legal Order. 7 Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 7: 387-415. 2011. Download.

“The Rise of International Regime Complexity” with Kal Raustiala. Annual Review of Law and Social Sciences, 2018. Available on SSRN here.

“International Regime Complexity and the Authority of International Law” in Christopher Daase and Nicole Dietelhoff eds. Beyond Anarchy: Rule and Authority in the International System. Presented in Frankfurt Germany 25 May 2017.

I continue this research by focusing on complexes of international courts, international economic regimes, and the variable authority of international law.