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GGPS Faculty Research and Publications

Discover the research undertaken by GGPS professors including notable publications.

Amitav Acharya

Amitav Acharya IARI

Boaz Atzili

David Bosco

Aaron Boesenecker

Aaron Boesenecker
  • Aaron P. Boesenecker and Leslie Vinjamuri, "Charting the Path of Justice in Peacebuilding," in Restorative Justice, Reconciliation, and Peacebuilding, ed. Jennifer J. Llewellyn and Daniel Philpott, 37-76, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Dylan Craig

Jessica Trisko Darden

Jessica Trisko Darden

Tamar Gutner

  • Tamar Gutner, "International Organizations in World Politics." Congressional Quarterly Press, (forthcoming).  

Anders Hardig

Anders Hardig
  • Anders Hardig,"Smith Richardson Foundation World Politics and Statecraft Fellowship, 2008-2009," Award, Smith Richardson Foundation.  
  • Anders Hardig, "Tekn. Dr. Marcus Wallenbergs Stiftelse för Utbildning i Internationellt Industriellt Företagande Fellowship (Sweden), 2006-2011," Award, Marcus Wallenberg Foundation.  

Patrick Thaddeus Jackson

  • Jackson, P. T., Review of Review of Ole Wæver and Arlene Tickner, eds., "International Relations Around the World", and Amitav Acharya and Barry Buzan, eds., "Non-Western International Relations Theory" Perspectives on Politics 9(3), pp. 749-751, (2011).
  • Jackson, P. T., Review of Jens Bartelson, "Visions of World Community" International Affairs, Vol. 87(1), pp. 196-198, (2011).

Sarah Cleeland Knight

  • Sarah Cleeland Knight, "Bretton Woods and Monetary Regimes," in Gerard Caprio, ed. The Handbook of Key Global Financial Markets, Institutions, and Infrastructure, Vol. 1, (2013).

Mike Schroeder

Mike Schroeder

Matthew Taylor

  • Taylor, M. "Inching Toward Accountability: The Evolution of Brazil's Anti-Corruption Institutions, 1985–2010." Latin American Politics & Society, 56:2 (Summer 2014), 27-48 (co-authored with Sérgio Praça).
  • Taylor, M. "The Limits of Judicial Independence: A Model with Illustration from Venezuela under Chávez." Journal of Latin American Studies, 46:2 (May 2014), 229-259.
  • Taylor, M. "Brazil's Ebbing Tide." Current History, Special issue on Latin America, February 2014.
  • Taylor, M. "Compliance: Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Explaining Adherence to Judicial Rulings." Law & Social Inquiry, 38: 4 (Fall 2013), 803-835 (co-authored with Diana Kapiszewski).
  • Taylor, M. "The Open Question behind Brazil's Rise on the World Stage." Special Issue on the BRIC countries, International Affairs Forum, 4:1 (August 2013), 55-58.
  • Taylor, M. "For Brazil's Dilma, Uprooting Corruption No Easy Task,", World Politics Review, (2012), 9-13.