Bes, Bart J., Sommerer, Thomas, and Agné, Hans. 2018. The Effects of Legitimacy Crises in Global Governance Explaining the resource availability of Global Governance Institutions. Under review.

Kalm, Sara, Lisa Strömbom and Anders Uhlin. 2018. Civil Society Democratizing Global Governance? Potentials and Limitations of “Counter-Democracy”. Paper for presentation at the 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Prague, 12-15 September 2018, Session: Who cares? Possibilities and Limits of the International Community's Global Responsibility.

Nasiritousi, Naghmeh, and Soetkin Verhaegen. 2018. Legitimate and Effective? Comparing Stakeholder Perceptions of Five Key Climate and Energy Governance Institutions, presented at the Fourth Annual Conference on Environmental Politics & Governance, June 28 – July 1, 2018, Stockholm, Sweden.

Sommerer, Thomas. 2018. The Janus-Faced Relation of Protest and Trust. A Comparative Analysis of Different Approaches to the Measurement of Legitimacy in Global Governance. Conference paper.

Stappert, Nora, and Catia Gregoratti. 2018. Future-Talk as a Practice of Legitimation? Paper presented at the Development Research Conference, Gothenburg University, on 22 August, and the ECPR General Conference in Hamburg, on 24 August.

Stappert, Nora, Kristina Jönsson, and Magdalena Bexell. 2018. Who Grants Legitimacy? Global Governance Organizations and the Constitution and (De)legitimation of Audiences, 5 April 2018, ISA Annual Convention, San Francisco

Stappert, Nora. 2018. Researching International Legal Practices: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges, Human Rights Research Seminar, School of Global Studies, Gothenburg University, 22 March 2018

Stappert, Nora. 2018. Researching Interpretive Practices Empirically, 5 April 2018, ISA Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Uhlin, Anders. 2018. “Legitimacy Struggles in Global Governance: Legitimation and Delegitimation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank”. Under review.

Uhlin, Anders. 2018. Civil Society and (De)legitimation of Global Economic Governance: Comparing the Asian Development Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Paper for presentation at the 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Prague, 12-15 September 2018, Session: Global Governance and Development.

Verhaegen, S. (2018) The relationship between national and European identification,and trust in EU institutions, CERGU’S WORKING PAPER SERIES 2018:4

Verhaegen, Soetkin, Jan Aart Scholte, and Jonas Tallberg. 2018. Explaining elite perceptions of legitimacy in global governance. Presented at the 2018 ECPR General Conference.

Bexell, Magdalena, and Kristina Jönsson. 2017. The politics of SDG responsibility – a national level comparison of Sweden and Tanzania. European International Studies Association (EISA) Pan-European Conference, Barcelona 13-16 September 2017.

Bäckstrand, Karin and Eva Lövbrand. 2017. “Climates of Justice: Mapping a Contested Political Terain”. Paper presented at International Studies Association (ISA) 22-25 February 2017, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Bäckstrand, Karin and Kristina Jönsson. 2017. Legitimation and Delegitimation in Global Climate and Health Governance, paper presented at EISA, Barcelona 2017.

Jönsson, Kristina, and Magdalena Bexell. 2017. Legitimation of the Sustainable Development Goals: From global to national level processes, International Studies Association (ISA), Baltimore 22-25 February 2017, and EADI Nordic Conference, University of Bergen 21-23 August 2017.

Scholte, Jan Aart. 2017. 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.

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.

Verhaegen, Soetkin, Jan Aart Scholte, and Jonas Tallberg. 2017. Elite Perceptions of Legitimacy in Global Governance. Presented at the 2017 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association and at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association.

Verhaegen, Soetkin. 2017. ‘The Effects of Identity on Legitimacy Perceptions of the European Union’, Presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco.

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, 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, 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, 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.

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.

Agné, Hans. Democratism: Toward an explanatory approach to international politics. 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.

Dellmuth, Lisa Maria, Jonas Tallberg, and Jan Aart Scholte. Institutional Sources of Legitimacy for International Organizations: Unpacking Procedure and Performance. Under review.

Dupuy, C., Verhaegen, S., Van Ingelgom, V. Generational replacement, political elites’ mediation, regional identification and support for regionalization in federal Belgium. Under review.

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.

Verhaegen, Soetkin. The development and stability of European identity- A panel study of adolescents and adults. Under review.