Global Capitalism & Law

Publications

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2017

Monographs

  1. Karen J. Alter, Transplanting International Courts: The Law and Politics of the Andean Tribunal of Justice. With Laurence Helfer. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2017.

  2. Cristina Lafont, The Future of Critical Theory: Transforming the Global Political and Economic Order, New York: Columbia University Press, 2017. Co-edited with P. Deutscher.

  3. Jordan Gans-Morse. Property Rights in Post-Soviet Russia: Violence, Corruption, and the Demand for Law. Cambridge University Press, 2017

  4. Stephen C. Nelson. The Currency of Confidence: How Economic Beliefs Shape the IMF’s Relationship with Its Borrowers. Cornell University Press, 2017.

Articles & Book Chapters

  1. Karen J. Alter, “The Evolution of International Law and Courts.” in: Orfeo Fioretos ed, International Politics and Institutions in Time. Oxford University Press, 2017: 251-274.

  2. Karen J. Alter, “Too Much Power for the Judges?  Understanding the European Court’s Political Power” in Zimmerman, Hubert and Dür, Andreas eds. Key Controversies in European Integration Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. Second edition with Daniel Keleman, 2016: 81-90.

  3. Jordan Gans-Morse. “Demand for Law and the Security of Property Rights: The Case of Post-Soviet Russia.” American Political Science Review 111, 2 (2017): 338-359.

  4. Cristina Lafont, “Should we take the “Human” out of Human Rights? Human Dignity in a Corporate World,” Ethics & International Affairs, 30/2 (2016), 233-252.

  5. Cristina Lafont, “Sovereignty and the International Protection of Human Rights,” The Journal of Political Philosophy, 24/4 (2016), 427-445.

  6. Erin Lockwood, "“The Politics and Practices of Central Clearing in OTC Derivatives Markets.” In Governing the World’s Biggest Market: The Politics of Derivatives Regulation After the 2008 Crisis. Eds. Eric Helleiner, Stefano Pagliari, and Irene Spagna. Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
  7. Stephen C. Nelson and Erin Lockwood, “Incomplete Control: The Circulation of Power in Finance.". In Peter J. Katzenstein and Lucia A. Seybert, eds., Power in Uncertainty: Exploring the Unexpected in World Politics (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018).

  8. Stephen C. Nelson, “Slumdog versus Superman: Uncertainty, Innovation, and Circulatory Power in the Global Film Industry” (with Seybert and Katzenstein). In Peter J. Katzenstein and Lucia A. Seybert, eds., Power in Uncertainty: Exploring the Unexpected in World Politics (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018).

  9. Stephen C. Nelson “Are IMF Lending Programs Good or Bad for Democracy?” (with Geoffrey Wallace). Review of International Organizations (forthcoming, 2017). OnlineFirst version here: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11558-016-9250-3

  10. Stephen C. Nelson. “Organizational Culture” (with Catherine Weaver). In Jacob Katz Cogan, Ian Hurd, and Ian Johnstone, eds. Oxford Handbook of International Organizations. New York: Oxford University Press (2016): 920-939.

  11. Stephen C. Nelson. “Market Rules: Social Conventions, Legal Fictions, and the International Organization of Sovereign Debt Markets in the Long Twentieth Century.” In Grégoire Mallard and Jérôme Sgard, eds. Contractual Knowledge: One Hundred Years of Legal Experimentation in Global Markets. New York: Cambridge University Press (2016): 118-152.

  12. Jide Nzelibe, “The Breakdown of International Treaties,” NOTRE DAME L. REV. (forthcoming 2017).

Working Papers

  1. Alter, Karen J., National Perspectives on International Constitutional Review: Diverging Optics (April 12, 2017). Forthcoming, Erin Delaney and Rosalind Dixon eds., Comparative Judicial Review, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018. ; iCourts Working Paper Series No. 92; Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 17-11. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2951671

Other

  1. Karen J. Alter, “International Law and International Relations: How (and why) does International Law shape international relations?”  Sage Knowledge Videohere

  2. Karen J. Alter, International Law and International Relations: the Gap Between Hopes and Realities Sage Knowledge  Videohere.

2016

Articles & Book Chapters

  1. Karen J. Alter, Laurence R. Helfer and Mikael Rask Madsen Special Editors. The Variable Authority of International Courts. Law and Contemporary Problems 79 (1) 2016.

  2. Karen J. Alter, Laurence R. Helfer and Mikael Rask Madsen  “How Context Shapes the Authority of International Courts.” Law and Contemporary Problems. 79 (1): 1-38. 2016.

  3. Karen J. Alter, Laurence Helfer and James Thuo Gathii. “Backlash against International Courts in West, East, and Southern Africa” With European Journal of International Law 27 (2), 2016.

  4. Karen J. Alter & Liesbet Hooghe “Regional Dispute Settlement” in Tanja A. Börzel/Thomas Risse (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016: 538-558).

  5. Karen J. Alter “The Evolution of International Law and Courts.” Oxford Handbook of Historical Institutionalism, Orfeo Fioretos, Tulia G. Falleti, and Adam Sheingate, eds (Oxford University Press, 2016: 590-610).

  6. Jordan Gans-Morse and Henry St. George Brooke “Putin's Crackdown on Mortality: Rethinking Legal Nihilism and State Capacity in Light of Russia's Surprising Public Health Campaigns” Problems of Post-Communism 63,1 (2016): 1-14

  7. Cristina Lafont, “Should we take the “Human” out of Human Rights? Human Dignity in a Corporate World,” Ethics & International Affairs, 30/2 (2016),1-20.

  8. Cristina Lafont, “Sovereignty and the International Protection of Human Rights,” The Journal of Political Philosophy, 24 (2): 427-445, 2016. doi: 10.1111/jopp.12086.

  9. Stephen Nelson and Geoffrey Wallace “Are IMF Lending Programs Good or Bad for Democracy?” Review of International Organizations (forthcoming, 2016)

  10. Stephen Nelson “Market Rules: Social Conventions, Legal Fictions, and the International Organization of Sovereign Debt Markets in the Long Twentieth Century.” In Grégoire Mallard and Jérôme Sgard, eds. Contractual Knowledge: One Hundred Years of Legal Experimentation in Global Markets. New York: Cambridge University Press (2016): 118-152.

  11. Stephen Nelson “Paper Entanglements: Why (and How) Keynes’s Ideas about Sovereign Debt Still Matter.” Challenge 58, 6 (2015): 492-508.

  12. Stephen C. Nelson “International Financial Institutions and Market Liberalization in the Developing World.” In Carol Lancaster and Nicolas van de Walle, eds. Oxford Handbook of the Politics of Development. New York: Oxford University Press (2016).

  13. Jide Nzelibe, “The Illusion of the Free Trade Constitution,” 19 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol'y 1 (2016).

Working Papers

  1. Alter, Karen J. and Hooghe, Liesbet, Regional Dispute Settlement (May 10, 2016). Forthcoming in Karen J. Alter and Liesbet Hooghe “Regional Dispute Settlement Systems” in Tanja A. Börzel/Thomas Risse (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016: 538-558).; iCourts Working Paper Series, No 62. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2777977 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2777977

  2. Alter, Karen J. and Helfer, Laurence R., Transplanting International Courts: The Law and Politics of the Andean Tribunal of Justice (August 30, 2016). Oxford University Press, 2017 Forthcoming; iCourts Working Paper Series No. 73. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2832011 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2832011

  3. Alter, Karen J., Jurist Advocacy Movements in Europe and the Andes (May 17, 2016). iCourts Working Paper Series No. 65. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1270075 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1270075

  4. Lockwood, Erin, The Global Politics of Central Banking: A View from Political Science (July 2016). Marco Einaudi Center for International Studies Working Paper Series, No. 5-16. Online: http://einaudi.cornell.edu/sites/default/files/Lockwood%20WP%2005-2016%20final.pdf