Monographs, Edited Volumes, and Special Issues

Bäckstrand, Karin, Jan Aart Scholte, and Jonas Tallberg, eds. 2017. Legitimacy in Global Governance: Sources, Processes, and Consequences. Edited volume under review with Oxford University Press.

Bäckstrand, Karin, Jonathan Kuyper, Björn-Ola Linnér, and Eva Lövbrand, eds. Forthcoming 2017. Non-State Actors in Global Climate Governance: From Copenhagen to Paris. Special Issue of Environmental Politics.

Franck, Anja K., and Fredrik Söderbaum, eds. 2016. The EU as a Global Actor. A Force for Good in the World? Centrum för Europaforskning (CERGU), University of Gothenburg.

Pattberg, Philipp, and Fariborz Zelli, eds. 2016. Environmental Politics and Governance in the Anthropocene: Institutions and Legitimacy in a Complex World. London: Routledge.

Scholte, Jan Aart, Lorenzo Fioramonti, and Alfred Nhema, eds. 2016. New Rules for Global Justice: Structural Redistribution in the Global Economy. London: Rowman & Littlefield International.

Söderbaum, Fredrik, and Jan Aart Scholte, eds. 2017. A New Global Development Agenda? Special issue of Forum for Development Studies 44(1).

Söderbaum, Fredrik. 2016. Rethinking Regionalism. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Tallberg, Jonas, and Michael Zürn, eds. 2017. The Legitimacy and Legitimation of International Organizations. Special issue under review with International Organization.

Uhlin, Anders. 2016. Civil Society and Regional Governance: The Asian Development Bank and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Articles in International Peer-Review Journals

Agné, Hans. 2016. Accountability’s Effect: Reaction Speed and Legitimacy in Global Governance. Global Governance 22 (4): 575–594.

Bäckstrand, Karin, and Eva Lövbrand. 2016. The Road to Paris: contending climate governance discourses in the post-Copenhagen era. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 1-19.

Bäckstrand, Karin, and Jonathan Kuyper. Forthcoming 2017. The Democratic Legitimacy of Orchestration: the UNFCCC, non-state actors and transnational climate governance. Environmental Politics.

Bexell, Magdalena, and Jönsson, Kristina. 2016. Responsibility and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Forum for Development Studies 44 (1): 13-29.

Coetzee, Wayne, and Fredrik Söderbaum. 2016. Nordic Development Studies: Lessons, Pitfalls, and Future Directions. Strategic Review for Southern Africa 38 (1):126-137.

Dellmuth LM, Chalmers AW. All spending is not equal: European Union public spending, policy feedback, and citizens' support for the EU. European Journal of Political Research, doi:10.1111/1475-6765.12215.

Dellmuth, L.M., Tallberg, J., “Advocacy strategies in global governance: Inside vs. outside lobbying”, Political Studies, 65:3 (2017), doi:10.1177/0032321716684356.

Galaz, Victor, Jonas Tallberg, Arjen Boin, Claudia Ituarte-Lima, Ellen Hey, Per Olsson, and Frances Westley. 2017. Global Governance Dimensions of Globally Networked Risks: The State of the Art in Social Science Research. Risks, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 8 (1): 4-27.

Godsäter, Andreas, and Fredrik Söderbaum. 2016. Civil Society Participation in Regional Social Policy: The Case of HIV/AIDS in the Southern African Development Community (SADC). Global Social Policy 17.

Kuyper, Jonathan, and Karin Bäckstrand. 2016. Accountability and Representation: Non-state actors in UN climate diplomacy. Global Environmental Politics 16 (2):61-81.

Kuyper, Jonathan, Karin Bäckstrand, and Heike Schröder. 2017. Institutional Accountability of Non-state Actors in the UNFCCC: Exit, Voice and Loyalty. Review of Policy Research 34 (1):88-109.

Scholte, Jan Aart, and Fredrik Söderbaum. 2017. Introduction: A Changing Global Development Agenda? Forum for Development Studies 44 (1):1-12.

Scholte, Jan Aart. 2016. Whither Global Theory? ProtoSociology, 33, 213-24.

Scholte, Jan Aart. Forthcoming. Whither Global Theory? ProtoSociology 33.

Sommerer, Thomas. 2016. Transnationale Zivilgesellschaft zwischen Dissidenz und Partizipation. ZIB Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 23(2): 42-77.

Sommerer, Thomas, and Jonas Tallberg. Forthcoming. Transnational Access to International Organizations 1950-2010: A New Dataset. International Studies Perspectives.

Tallberg, J., Dellmuth, L.M., Agné, H. and Duit, A., “NGO influence in international organizations: Information, access, and exchange”, British Journal of Political Science, First-View Article 2015, doi:10.1017/S000712341500037X.

Tallberg, Jonas, Thomas Sommerer, and Theresa Squatrito. 2016. Democratic Memberships in International Organizations: Sources of Institutional Design. Review of International Organizations 11 (1):59-87.

Tallberg, Jonas, Thomas Sommerer, Theresa Squatrito, and Magnus Lundgren. 2016. The Performance of International Organizations: A Policy Output Approach. Journal of European Public Policy 23 (7):1077-1096.

Zelli, Fariborz, Ina Möller, and Harro van Asselt. Forthcoming. Institutional Complexity and Private Authority in Global Climate Governance: the Cases of Climate Engineering, REDD+, and Short-lived Climate Pollutants. Environmental Politics 26.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

Bexell, Magdalena. 2016. Multilevel governance and the rule of international human rights law: The case of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights. In The Rule of Law in Global Governance, edited by Monika Heupel and Theresa Reinold, 181-203. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bäckstrand, Karin, Philipp Schleifer, and Fariborz Zelli. 2017. Legitimacy and accountability in Polycentric Climate Governance. In Policycentricity in Action? Governing Climate Change, edited by Andrew Jordan et al. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Franck, Anja K., and Fredrik Söderbaum. 2016. The EU as a Global Actor. A Force for Good in the World? In The EU as a Global Actor. A Force for Good in the World?, edited by Anja K. Franck and Fredrik Söderbaum. Centrum för Europaforskning (CERGU), University of Gothenburg.

Gregoratti, Catia. Forthcoming. Feminist Perspectives on the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles. In Handbook of Gender and International Political Economy, edited by Juanita Elias and Adrienne Roberts. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Pattberg, Philipp, and Fariborz Zelli. 2016. Global environmental governance in the Anthropocene: An introduction. In Environmental Governance in the Anthropocene: Institutions and Legitimacy in a Complex World, edited by Philipp Pattberg and Fariborz Zelli, 1-12. London: Routledge.

Scholte, Jan Aart. 2016. Relations with Civil Society. In Oxford Handbook of International Organizations, edited by Ian Hurd, Ian Johnstone and Jacob Katz Cogan, 712-729. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Scholte, Jan Aart. 2016. Summitry, Governance and Democracy. In Summits and Regional Governance: The Americas in Comparative Perspective, edited by Gordon Mace, Jean-Philippe Therien, Diana Tussie and Olivier Dabène, 13-29. Abingdon: Routledge.

Scholte, Jan Aart. 2016. Why Global Redistribution Is Needed. In New Rules for Global Justice: Structural Redistribution in the Global Economy, edited by Jan Aart Scholte, Lorenzo Fioramonti and Alfred Nhema, 1-15. London: Rowman & Littlefield International.

Scholte, Jan Aart. 2017. Polycentrism and Democracy in Internet Governance. In The Net and the Nation State: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Internet Governance, edited by Uta Kohl, 165-184. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Scholte, Jan Aart. Forthcoming. Civil Society and NGOs. In International Organization and Global Governance, edited by Thomas G. Weiss and Rorden Wilkinson. Abingdon: Routledge.

Scholte, Jan Aart. Forthcoming. Democracy. In Oxford Handbook of Global Studies, edited by Mark Juergensmeyer, Saskia Sassen and Manfred Steger. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Scholte, Jan Aart. Forthcoming. Transregionalism and Internet Governance. In Handbook of Transregional Studies, edited by Matthias Middell et al. Abingdon: Routledge.

Söderbaum, Fredrik. 2016. Grasping EU Interregionalism. In Gränsöverskridande. Vänbok till Claes G. Alvstam, edited by Linda Berg and Rutger Lindahl. Centrum för Europaforskning (CERGU), University of Gothenburg.

Söderbaum, Fredrik. 2016. Old, New and Comparative Regionalism: The History and the Scholarly Development of the Field. In The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism, edited by Tanja A. Börzel, Thomas Risse, 16-40. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Söderbaum, Fredrik. 2016. The European Union as an actor in Africa: Comparing development cooperation and peace-building. In The EU as a global actor: A force for good in the world?, edited by Anja K. Franck and Fredrik Söderbaum. Centrum för Europaforskning (CERGU), University of Gothenburg.

Squatrito, Theresa, Thomas Sommerer, and Jonas Tallberg. 2016. Transnational Access to International Organizations 1950-2010: Structural Factors and Critical Junctures. In Historical Institutionalism in International Relations, edited by Thomas Rixen, Lora Viola and Michael Zürn, 165-196. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Tallberg, Jonas. 2016. Transparency. In Oxford Handbook of International Organizations, edited by Ian Hurd, Ian Johnston, and Jacob Katz, 1170-1192. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Taylor, Ian, and Fredrik Söderbaum. 2016. Modes of Regional Governance in Africa. In The New Politics of Regionalism. Perspectives from Africa, Latin America and Asia Pacific, edited by Ulf Engel, Heidrun Zinecker, Frank Mattheis, Antje Dietze and Thomas Plötze, 133-145. London: Routledge.

Uhlin, Anders. 2016. Civil Society and Policy Reforms in the Asian Development Bank. In Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks, edited by Susan Park and Jonathan Strand, 60-79. London and New York: Routledge.

van de Graaf, Thijs, and Fariborz Zelli. 2016. Actors, Institutions and Frames in Global Energy Politics. In Palgrave Handbook of the International Political Economy of Energy, edited by Thijs Van de Graaf, Benjamin K. Sovacool, Florian Kern, Arunabha Ghosh, and Michael T. Klar. 47-71. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Verhaegen, Soetkin, Louise Hoon, Camille Kelbel, and Virginie van Ingelgom. Forthcoming. A three-level game in Belgium: Explaining citizens’ attitudes about the division of competences in a multi-level governance context. In Mind the gap: Political participation and representation in Belgium, edited by Kris Deschouwer. ECPR Press.

Zelli, Fariborz, and Philipp Pattberg. 2016. Conclusions: Complexity, Responsibility and Urgency in the Anthropocene. In Environmental Governance in the Anthropocene: Institutions and Legitimacy in a Complex World, edited by Philipp Pattberg and Fariborz Zelli, 231-242. London: Routledge.

Zelli, Fariborz. Forthcoming 2017. Climate Governance. In Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics and International Relations. 4th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Zelli, Fariborz. Forthcoming 2017. Global Governance. In Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics and International Relations. 4th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Reports

Bexell, Magdalena, and Kristina Jönsson. 2016. Swedish responsibility and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Rapport 2016:04. Expertgruppen för biståndsanalys (EBA). Stockholm: Regeringskansliet.

Söderbaum, Fredrik, and Therese Brolin. 2016. Support to Regional Cooperation and Integration in Africa — What Works and Why? Rapport 2016:01. Expertgruppen för biståndsanalys (EBA). Stockholm: Regeringskansliet.

Popular Science Publications

Bauer, Steffen, and Fariborz Zelli. 2017. Out of Africa: The 2016 Nairobi Earth System Governance Leads by Example, column for Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik / German Development Institute, available at <https://www.die-gdi.de/uploads/media/German_Development_Institute_Bauer_Zelli_12.12.2016.pdf>

Söderbaum, Fredrik et al. 2016. Goda intentioner räcker inte för effektivt bistånd. Göteborgs-Posten Debatt, 29 Juni 2016.

Söderbaum, Fredrik, Hanna Skansholm, and Therese Brolin. 2016. From top-down to flexible cooperation. Rethinking regional support to Africa. NAI Policy Note #3: 2016. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute.

Söderbaum, Fredrik. 2016. Why aiding regional integration in Africa does not work. GREAT Insights 4 (2): 16-17. Maastricht: European Centre for Development Policy Management.

Papers in Progress or under Review

Agné, Hans. Democracy beyond the state: Why the concept is absent in positive IR, how to bring it there, and what benefits to expect from the move. Unpublished manuscript, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden.

Agné, Hans. Democratism: Toward an explanatory approach to international politics. Journal article manuscript under review.

Agné, Hans., Bart J. Bes, and Thomas Sommerer. The effects of legitimacy crises in global governance: Explaining resource availability, policy-making and institutional reform of international organizations.

Beetz, Jan Pieter, and Bart J. Bes. Political executives or appointed mandarins? Two competing conceptualizations of the European Commission.

Bes, Bart J. Following the crowd or developing a thicker skin? Assessing the impact of Euro scepticism on the attitudes of Commission officials. Unpublished manuscript.

Bes, Bart J. The constraining dissensus and the European Commission. A comparative case study of the negotiations of the EU-Japan free trade agreement and TTIP. Unpublished manuscript, prepared for special issue: The New Politics of EU External Relations, edited by Guri Rosén and Pieter de Wilde.

Bes, Bart J., Christina Rauh, and Martijn Schoonvelde. Preaching to the choir or whistling in the wind? Public communication of supra- and intergovernmental executives in times of EU politicization.

Scholte, Jan Aart. Complex Hegemony: The IANA Transition in Global Internet Governance. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, February, Baltimore, MD as well as at the 11th Pan-European International Studies Association, September, Barcelona.

Shemer-Kunz, Yoav, and Bart J. Bes. MEPs’ attendance at their national parliament’s European Affairs Committee. Unpublished manuscript, prepared for special issue: Member State Parliaments and the European Challenge(s), edited by Diane Fromage and Kolja Raube.

Uhlin, Anders. 2017. Protest and Deliberation in Civil Society Interaction with ASEAN: Dynamics of (De)legitimation. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, February, Baltimore, MD.

van de Graaf, Thijs, and Fariborz Zelli. 2017. Actors, Institutions and Frames in Global Energy Politics. Paper prepared for the Interconnections Conference, May, Bonn.

Zelli, Fariborz, Harro van Asselt, and Ina Möller. 2016. Navigating Institutional Complexity in Global Climate Governance: the Cases of Climate Engineering, REDD+, and Short-lived Climate Pollutants. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, March, Atlanta, GA.

Zelli, Fariborz, Harro van Asselt, and Ina Möller. 2016. Explaining the role of private institutions in complex global climate governance: the cases of geoengineering, REDD+, and short-lived climate pollutants. Paper presented at the Berlin Conference on Global Environmental Change, May, Berlin, Germany.

Zelli, Fariborz, Ina Möller, and Harro van Asselt 2017. Institutional Complexity and Private Authority in Global Climate Governance: the cases of climate engineering, REDD+, and short-lived climate pollutants. Paper prepared for the 58th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, February, Baltimore, MD.

Zelli, Fariborz, Ina Möller, and Harro van Asselt. 2017. Institutional complexity and sectoral transformation in global climate governance: the cases of climate engineering, REDD+, and short-lived climate pollutants. Paper prepared for the 11th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, September, Barcelona, Spain.

Zelli, Fariborz, Tobias Nielsen, and Wilhelm Dubber. 2016. Beyond Institutional Fragmentation – a Framework for Analyzing Dominant Discourses and Practices: the case of REDD+ monitoring. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, March, Atlanta, GA.

Zelli, Fariborz, Tobias Nielsen, and Wilhelm Dubber. 2016. Beyond Institutional Fragmentation – a Framework for Analyzing Dominant Discourses and Practices: the case of REDD+ monitoring. Paper presented at the Berlin Conference on Global Environmental Change, May, Berlin, Germany.

Zelli, Fariborz. 2016. Explaining Population Emergence and Inter-Population Relations in Global Governance. Memo prepared for the Workshop ‘Organizational Ecology and Institutional Change in Global Governance’, December, Princeton, NJ.

Zelli, Fariborz. 2016. Institutionalism Revisited: Explaining Regime Fragmentation and its Consequences for Global Governance. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, March, Atlanta, GA.