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This is a list of the most recent research publications by members of the Global Policy Institute. Full publication lists can be obtained by visiting the appropriate staff member, through our People page. Open access copies of the publications are available via Durham Research Online

Authored book

  • Nitschke, Claudia (2020). Anerkennung und Kalkül. Literarische Gerechtigkeitsentwürfe im gesellschaftlichen Umbruch (1773-1819). Wilhelm Fink.
  • Brooks, Thom (2020). Climate Change Ethics for an Endangered World. Routledge.
  • Schütze, Robert (2020). Introduction to European Law (Third edition). Oxford University Press.
  • Ehteshami, Anoushiravan, Rasheed, Amjed & Beaujouan, Juline (2020). Islam, IS and the Fragmented State. Routledge.
  • Ehteshami, Anoush & Horesh, Niv (2019). How China's Rise is Changing the Middle East. Routledge.
  • Vradis, A., Papada, E., Painter, J. & Papoutsi, A. (2018). New Borders: Hotspots and the European Migration Regime. Pluto Books.

Chapter in book

  • Harrington, C. (2020). A Quantum Anthropocene? International Relations Between Rupture and Entanglement. In Non-Human Nature in World Politics. Castro Pereira, J. & Saramago, A. Springer. 53-73.
  • Perrone, Nicolas & Schneiderman, David (2019). International Economic Law’s Wreckage: Depoliticization, Inequality, Precarity. In Research Handbook on Critical Legal Theory. Christodoulidis, Emilios, Dukes, Ruth & Goldoni, Marco Edward Elgar. 446-472.
  • Perrone, Nicolas M. (2019). Making Local Communities Visible: A way to prevent the potentially tragic consequences of foreign investment?. In World Trade and Investment Law Reimagined A Progressive Agenda for an Inclusive Globalization. Santos, Alvaro, Thomas, Chantal & Trubek, David London: Anthem Press.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife & Houghton, Ruth (2019). Can Global Constitutionalism be Feminist?. In Research Handbook on Feminist Engagement with International Law. Harris Rimmer, Sue & Ogg, Kate Edward Elgar. 81-102.
  • Nicholson, Matthew (2019). New International Legal Positivism: Formalism by Another Name?. In Legal Positivism in a Global and Transnational Age. Siliquini-Cinelli, Luca (ed.) Cham: Springer. 131: 93-119.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2019). 'Foreign Affairs Federalism in the European Union'. In Oxford Handbook of Comparative Foreign Relations Law. Bradley, Curtis. Oxford University Press. 333-351.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife & Enright, Máiréad (2019). The Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments Project: Experiments in Feminist Legal Research. In Case Studies in Legal Research Methodologies: Reflections on Theory and Practice. Cahillane, Laura & Schweppe, Jennifer Clarus Press.
  • Murray, CRG, O'Donoghue, Aoife & Warwick, BTC (2018). The Implications of the Good Friday Agreement for UK Human Rights Reform. In The Irish Yearbook of International Law, Volume 11-12, 2016 & 2017. De Londras, Fiona & Mullally, Siobhán Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Schütze, Robert (2018). The ‘Unsettled’ Eighteenth Century: Kant and his Predecessors. In Globalisation and Governance: International Problems, European Solutions. Schütze, Robert Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 11-40.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2018). Tyranny and Constitutionalism Beyond the State. In Governance and Globalization: International Problems, European Solutions. Schütze, Robert Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert (2018). 'Direct Effects and Indirect Effects of Union Law'. In Oxford Principles of European Union Law. Volume I: The European Union legal order. Schütze, Robert & Tridimas, Takis Oxford: Oxford University Press. 265-299.
  • Hernández, G.I. (2018). Systematicity and the Sources of International Law: A Co-Constitutive Relationship?. In The Oxford Handbook on the Sources of International Law. Besson, S. & d'Aspremont, J. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 604-624.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2018). Article 7 of the Covenant of the League of Nations. In Women's Legal Landmarks. Auchmuty, Rosemary & Rackley, Erika Hart. 125-133.
  • Murphy, Emma C. (2018). Youth activism and protest around the Mediterranean. In Routledge handbook of Mediterranean politics. Gillespie, Richard & Volpi, Frédéric Routledge. 342-355.
  • Lewis, S., Hudson, M. & Painter, J. (2018). Revealing a 'Hidden Civil War': a serendipitous methodology. In Messy ethnographies in action. Plows, A. Vernon Press. 13-22.
  • Schütze, Robert. (2018). 'Introduction: Federal Britain?'. In The United Kingdom and the Federal Idea. Hart Publishing. 1-26.

Edited book

  • Masterman, Roger & Schütze, Robert (2019). The Cambridge Companion to Comparative Constitutional Law. Cambridge University Press.
  • Schütze, Robert & Tierney, Stephen (2018). The United Kingdom and the Federal Idea. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Journal article

  • Vradis, Antonis, Papada, Evie, Papoutsi, Anna & Painter, Joe (2020). Governing mobility in times of crisis: Practicing the border and embodying resistance in and beyond the hotspot infrastructure. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 38(6): 981-990.
  • Papada, E, Papoutsi, A, Painter, J & Vradis, A (2020). Pop-up governance: transforming the management of migrant populations through humanitarian and security practices in Lesbos, Greece, 2015-2017. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 38(6): 1028-1045.
  • Roxburgh, Heather, Hampshire, Kate, Tilley, Elizabeth A, Oliver, David M & Quilliam, Richard S (2020). Being shown samples of composted, granulated faecal sludge strongly influences acceptability of its use in peri-urban subsistence agriculture. Resources, Conservation & Recycling: X 7: 100041.
  • Brooks, Thom (2020). Collective Responsibility for Severe Poverty. Global Policy 11(4): 486-491.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2020). Syria & Locating Tyranny, Hegemony and Anarchy in Contemporary International Law. Jus Cogens 2(1): 29-55.
  • Houghton, Lauren C., Troisi, Rebecca, Sommer, Marni, Katki, Hormuzd A., Booth, Mark, Choudhury, Osul A. & Hampshire, Kate R. (2020). “I’m Not A Freshi” Culture Shock, Puberty and Growing Up As British-Bangladeshi Girls. Social Science & Medicine 258: 113058.
  • Bridge, G.Bulkeley, H.Langley, P. & van Veelen, B. (2020). Pluralizing and Problematizing Carbon Finance. Progress in Human Geography 44(4): 724-742.
  • Houghton, Ruth & O'Donoghue, Aoife (2020). "Ourworld": A Feminist Approach to Global Constitutionalism. Global Constitutionalism 9(1): 38-75.
  • Tozer, Laura (2020). Catalyzing political momentum for the effective implementation of decarbonization for urban buildings. Energy Policy 136: 111042.
  • Schütze, Robert (2020). “Re-Constituting” the Internal Market: Towards a Common Law of International Trade?. Yearbook of European Law
  • Bulkeley, H. & Stripple, J. (2020). Climate Smart City: New Cultural Political Economies in the Making in Malmö, Sweden. New Political Economy
  • Hampshire, Kate, Kaliwo, Tamandani, Tilley, Elizabeth A., Oliver, David M. & Quilliam, Richard S. (2020). Power, danger, and secrecy – a socio-cultural examination of menstrual waste management in urban Malawi. PLoS ONE 15(6): e0235339.
  • Kahn, Elizabeth (2020). Beyond Claim‐Rights: Social Structure, Collectivization, and Human Rights. Journal of Social Philosophy
  • Griffin, J & Jones, A (2020). 3D Printing and the Right to Privacy: Proposals for a Regulatory Framework. The European Journal of Law and Technology 11(1): 743.
  • Brooks, Thom (2020). More than Recognition: Why Stakeholding Matters for Reconciliation in Hegel's Philosophy of Right. The Owl of Minerva 51(1/2): 59-86.
  • Nicholson, Matthew (2020). On the Origins of Human Rights. European Human Rights Law Review 5: 512-525.
  • Bulkeley, Harriet, Marvin, Simon, Palgan, Yuliya Voytenko, McCormick, Kes, Breitfuss-Loidl, Marija, Mai, Lindsay, von Wirth, Timo & Frantzeskaki, Niki (2019). Urban Living Laboratories: conducting the experimental city?. European Urban and Regional Studies 26(4): 317-335.
  • Hamill, Heather, Hampshire, Kate, Mariwah, Simon, Amoako-Sakyi, Daniel, Kyei, Abigail & Castelli, Michele (2019). Managing uncertainty in medicine quality in Ghana: The cognitive and affective basis of trust in a high-risk, low-regulation context. Social Science & Medicine 234: 112369.
  • Reiss, J (2019). Against external validity. Synthese 196(8): 3103-3121.
  • Kirshner, J., Baker, L., Smith, A. & Bulkeley, H. (2019). A Regime in the Making? Examining the Geographies of Solar PV Electricity in Southern Africa. Geoforum 103: 114-125.
  • Frantzeskaki, Niki, McPhearson, Timon, Collier, Marcus J, Kendal, Dave, Bulkeley, Harriet, Dumitru, Adina, Walsh, Claire, Noble, Kate, van Wyk, Ernita, Ordóñez, Camilo, Oke, Cathy & Pintér, László (2019). Nature-Based Solutions for Urban Climate Change Adaptation: Linking Science, Policy, and Practice Communities for Evidence-Based Decision-Making. BioScience 69(6): 455-466.
  • Kasstan, B, Hampshire, K, Guest, C Logan, JG, Pinder, M Williams, K D'Alessandro, U & Lindsay, SW (2019). Sniff and tell: the feasibility of using bio-detection dogs as a mobile diagnostic intervention for asymptomatic malaria in sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Biosocial Science 51(3): 436-443.
  • Ackland, G, Chattoe-Brown, E, Hamill, H, Hampshire, K, Mariwah, S & Mshana, G (2019). The Role of Trust in a Self-Organizing Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Model with Variable Drug Quality and Imperfect Information. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 22(2): 5.
  • Bulkeley, H.A. (2019). Navigating climate’s human geographies: Exploring the whereabouts of climate politics. Dialogues in Human Geography 9(1): 3-17.
  • Kumar, A., Ferdous, R.Luque-Ayala, A.McEwan, C.Power, M.Turner, B. & Bulkeley, H. (2019). Solar energy for all? Understanding the successes and shortfalls through a critical comparative assessment of Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Mozambique, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Energy Research & Social Science 48: 166-176.
  • Brooks, Thom (2019). Capabilities, Political Liberalism and Private Law. Archiv fuer Rechts- und Sozialphilosphie 104(4): 556-569.
  • Kahn, Elizabeth (2019). Injustice and collectivization in world politics. Global Justice: Theory Practice Rhetoric 11(2): 29-50.
  • Owusu, Samuel Asiedu, Owusu, Rebecca Asiedu & Hampshire, Kate (2019). Maternal and Non-maternal Caregivers’ Practices in Drug Administration to Children during Illness. Child Care in Practice
  • Jones, Annika (2019). A Quiet Transformation? Efficiency Building in the “Fall” of International Criminal Justice. International Criminal Law Review 19(3): 445-474.
  • Stripple, Johannes & Bulkeley, Harriet (2019). Towards a material politics of socio-technical transitions: Navigating decarbonisation pathways in Malmö. Political Geography 72: 52-63.
  • Bulkeley, Harriet (2019). Reflections on Navigating Climate’s Human Geographies. Dialogues in Human Geography 9(1): 38-42.
  • Reiss, Julian (2019). Expertise, Agreement, and the Nature of Social Scientific Facts or: Against Epistocracy. Social Epistemology 33(2): 183-192.
  • Perrone, Nicolas M. (2019). The “Invisible” Local Communities: Foreign Investor Obligations, Inclusiveness, and the International Investment Regime. American Journal of International Law Unbound 113: 16-21.
  • Papoutsi, A., Painter, J., Papada, E. & Vradis, A. (2019). The EC hotspot approach in Greece: creating liminal EU territory. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45(12): 2200-2212.
  • Kahn, Elizabeth (2019). A structural approach to the human right to just and favourable working conditions. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 22(7): 863-883.
  • Brooks, Thom (2019). Brexit means anything but Brexit: Why the Prime Minister is at a crossroads and in need of a second referendum. European Human Rights Law Review (3): 229-234.
  • Murray, C.R.G. & O'Donoghue, A. (2019). Life after Brexit: Operationalising the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement’s Principle of Consent. Dublin University Law Journal 42(1): 147-189.
  • Schutze, Robert (2018). ‘Re‐reading’ Dassonville: Meaning and Understanding in the History of European Law. European Law Journal 24(6): 376-407.
  • Ehteshami, Anoush (2018). Saudi Arabia as a Resurgent Regional Power. The International Spectator: Italian Journal of International Affairs 53(4): 75-94.
  • Holley, Cameron, Shearing, Clifford, Harrington, Cameron, Kennedy, Amanda & Mutongwizo, Tariro (2018). Environmental Security and the Anthropocene: Law, Criminology, and International Relations. Annual Review of Law and Social Science 14: 185-203.
  • Romero-Lankao, P., Bulkeley, H., Pelling, M., Burch, S., Gordon, D., Gupta, J., Johnson, C., Kurian, P., Lecavalier, E., Simon, D., Tozer, L., Ziervogel, G. & Munshi, D. (2018). Urban transformative potential in a changing climate. Nature Climate Change 8(9): 754-756.
  • Ehteshami, Anoush (2018). Gold at the end of the rainbow? The BRI and the Middle East. Global Policy 9(3): 387-397.
  • O'Donoghue, Aoife (2018). ‘The admixture of feminine weakness and susceptibility’ Gendered Personifications of the State in International Law. Melbourne Journal of International Law 19(1): 227-258.
  • Brooks, Thom (2018). Opening the Tomb of New Philosophical Accounts of Death. The Journal of Value Inquiry 52(2): 149-151.
  • Maffettone, Pietro (2018). Egalitarianism and the Great Recession: A Tale of Missed Connections?. Res Publica 24(2): 237-256.
  • Jones, Annika (2018). Judicial Cross-Referencing and the Identity of the ICC. North Carolina Journal of International Law 43(1): 72-129.
  • Schütze, Robert (2018). Judicial Majoritarianism Revisited: “We, the Other Court”?. European Law Review 43(2): 269-280.
  • Ehteshami, Anoush (2018). Iran's role in the Gulf: beyond politics. Orient II: 39-48.
  • Edwards, G.A.S. & Bulkeley, H.A. (2018). Heterotopia and the urban politics of climate change experimentation. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 36(2): 350-369.
  • Bulkeley, H.Luque-Ayala, A.McFarlane, C. & MacLeod, G. (2018). Enhancing urban autonomy: towards a new political project for cities. Urban Studies 55(4): 702-719.
  • Ehteshami, AnoushiravanHoresh, Niv & Xu, Ruike (2018). Chinese-Iranian Mutual Strategic Perceptions. The China Journal 79: 1-20.
  • Schrecker, Ted (2018). Priority Setting: Right Answer to a Far Too Narrow Question?; Comment on “Global Developments in Priority Setting in Health”. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 7(1): 86-88.
  • Nitschke, Claudia (2018). Vom Hades zum Himmel: Hybridisierung des Todes und die Sakralisierung des Menschen in Novalis’ 5. Hymne an die Nacht. Blütenstaub. Jahrbuch der Frühromantik 4: 97-116.
  • Hernandez, Gleider (2018). E Pluribus Unum? A Divisible College?: Reflections on the International Legal Profession. European Journal of International Law 29(3): 1003-1022.
  • Murphy, Emma (2018). The In-securitisation of Youth in the South and East Mediterranean. The International Spectator 53(2): 21-37.
  • Perrone, Nicolás M. (2018). UNCTAD's World Investment Reports 1991-2015: 25 years of narratives justifying and balancing foreign investor rights. The Journal of World Investment & Trade 19(1): 7-40.
  • Nitschke, Claudia (2018). The German Beast Unleashed: Kleist’s Hermannsschlacht and the Suspension of ‘Human Rights’ in the Era of Nationalism. Publications of the English Goethe Society 87(1): 1-14.

External fellows - recent publications

Chapters in books

  • Schrecker, Ted (2020). Globalization and Health. In: Kobayashi, A, ed. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 217-222.
  • Schrecker, Ted (2020) The State and Global Health. In: McInnes, C; Lee, K; Youde, J, ed. Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 281-299.
  • Schrecker, Ted (2020). Towards a Critical Political Economy of Global Health. In: McInnes, C; Lee, K; Youde, J, ed. Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.469-490.
  • Schrecker, Ted & Labonté Ronald (2019). Global Development and Population Health. In: Nriagu, J, ed. Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 309-324.
  • Schrecker, Ted (2019). The Political Economy of Public Health: Challenges for Ethics. In:Mastroianni, A; Kahn, J; Kass, N, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Public Health Ethics. New York: Oxford University Press, 842-856.

Journal articles

  • Schrecker, Ted (2020). Globalization and health: Political grand challenges. Review of International Political Economy27(1), 26-47.
  • Schrecker, Ted (2019). The Commission on Social Determinants of Health: Ten years on, a tale of a sinking stone, or of promise yet unrealised?. Critical Public Health29(5), 610-615.
  • Kapilashrami, Anuj & Schrecker, Ted (2018).Global Health Watch: Challenging entrenched ideas in global health [Editorial]. BMJ360, k956.
  • Schrecker, Ted; Birn, Anne-Emanuelle, & Aguilera, Mariajosé (2018).How extractive industries affect health: Political economy underpinnings and pathways. Health & Place52, 135-147.