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Review of International Organizations
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Published on May 1, 2019in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Savina Gygli1
Estimated H-index: 1
Florian Haelg1
Estimated H-index: 1
+ 1 AuthorsJan-Egbert Sturm40
Estimated H-index: 40
Published on May 30, 2018in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Thomas Malang6
Estimated H-index: 6
(University of Konstanz)
It is customary to argue that international organizations (IOs) are very much dominated by national executives, with national parliaments wielding no or at best marginal influence. According to this accepted wisdom, there cannot be many reasons for national parliaments and their members to be active within IOs. However, we can observe a movement towards the parliamentarization of IOs, materialized in a growing number of parliamentary bodies with increasing competencies that accompany governmenta...
Published on Jul 30, 2018in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Federica Genovese3
Estimated H-index: 3
(University of Essex),
Endre Tvinnereim5
Estimated H-index: 5
(University of Bergen)
When do firms oppose international climate policy? Existing work often assumes that firms disapprove of climate regulation due to the immediate costs of compliance. We claim that if policy is implemented gradually, private preferences for climate policy vary as a function of its progressive stringency. That is, supportive views may rise in the initial phase of the policy, while opposing views may emerge as the policy becomes more stringent. We also argue that emissions of individual companies, a...
Published on May 22, 2018in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Santiago López-Cariboni (Universidad Católica del Uruguay Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga), Xun Cao13
Estimated H-index: 13
(PSU: Pennsylvania State University)
This paper explains variations in education spending among non-democracies, focusing on policy interdependence by trade competition. Facing pressures from spending changes in competitor countries, rulers calculate the costs and benefits associated with increased education spending: education increases labor productivity; it also increases civil engagement and chances of democratization. Therefore, we expect that rulers in countries whose revenues depend less on a productive labor force and those...
Published on May 19, 2018in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Hyo Won Lee5
Estimated H-index: 5
(Yonsei University)
This study investigates how the legalization of the GATT into the WTO affects the distribution of its dispute settlement benefits between developed and developing countries. Existing studies present two arguments to this question — the capacity argument emphasizing the importance of economic capacity for the use of the dispute settlement mechanism (DSM) and the legalization argument suggesting its participatory effects for developing countries. Statistical data about the use of the DSM under the...
Published on Jan 28, 2019in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Savina Gygli1
Estimated H-index: 1
Florian Haelg1
Estimated H-index: 1
(ETH Zurich)
+ 1 AuthorsJan-Egbert Sturm40
Estimated H-index: 40
(ETH Zurich)
We introduce the revised version of the KOF Globalisation Index, a composite index measuring globalization for every country in the world along the economic, social and political dimension. The original index was introduced by Dreher (Applied Economics, 38(10):1091–1110, 2006) and updated in Dreher et al. (2008). This second revision of the index distinguishes between de facto and de jure measures along the different dimensions of globalization. We also disentangle trade and financial globalizat...
Published on Jun 18, 2018in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Sara Kahn-Nisser2
Estimated H-index: 2
(Open University of Israel)
Research on the factors and considerations which drive human rights shaming focuses on non-governmental organizations (NGO). This article analyzes an intergovernmental organization’s (IGO) shaming. The article reviews the factors associated with NGO human rights shaming. The article then considers the potential association between these factors and IGO shaming, and the differences between IGOs and NGOs in this context. The potential associations are tested empirically using newly compiled data o...
Published on Nov 19, 2018in Review of International Organizations 1.76
Emmanuelle Auriol16
Estimated H-index: 16
(University of Toulouse),
Josepa Miquel-Florensa1
Estimated H-index: 1
(University of Toulouse)
We present a model with two donors-principals that provide funds to a unique recipient-agent. Each donor decides how to allocate his aid funds between a pooled and a donor specific unilateral project. The production function of development depends positively on the three inputs (pooled funds and each unilateral project). They are complement in the sense that the development good is only produced if a minimum of each of these inputs is provided. Both principals and the agent value the output prod...