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The publications below were written by GLOGOV members during the ten year duration of the project (2001-2011).

The main findings of the Global Governance Project have been synthesized in Global Environmental Governance Reconsidered (2012, MIT Press).

Downloadable Publications 2006-2011

2011

Biermann, Frank, and Aarti Gupta. 2011. Accountability and legitimacy in earth system governance: A research framework. Ecological Economics, in press.

Dellas, Eleni, Philipp Pattberg and Michele Betsill. 2011. Agency in earth system governance: refining a research agenda. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 11(1): 85-98.

Hufty, Marc, and Annie Haakenstad. 2011. Reduced Emissions for deforestation and degradation: a critical review. Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development. 5 (1): 1-24.

Rosendal, Kirstin and Steinar Andresen. 2011. Institutional design for improved forest governance through REDD: Lessons from the global environment facility. Ecological Economics, in press.

2010

Auld, Graeme, and Lars Gulbrandsen. 2010. Transparency in nonstate certification: consequences for accountability and legitimacy. Global Environmental Politics 10 (3): 97-119.

Biermann, Frank. 2010. Beyond the intergovernmental regime: recent trends in global carbon governance. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2: 284-288.

Dingwerth, Klaus, and Margot Eichinger. 2010. Tamed transparency: how information disclosure under the Global Reporting Initiative fails to empower. Global Environmental Politics 10 (3): 74-96.

Gupta, Aarti. 2010. Transparency to what end? Governing by disclosure through the biosafety clearing house. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 28 (1): 128-144.

Gupta, Aarti. 2010.Transparency in global environmental governance: a coming of age? Global Environmental Politics 10 (3): 1-9.   

Gupta, Aarti. 2010. Transparency as contested political terrain: who knows what about the global GMO trade and why does it matter? Global Environmental Politics 10 (3): 32-52.

Pattberg, Philipp. 2010. Public-private partnerships in global climate governance. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1 (2): 279-287.


2009

Asselt, Harro van, Norichika Kanie and Masahiko Iguchi. 2009. Japan's position in international climate policy: navigating between Kyoto and the APP. In: International Environmental Agreements 9 (4): 319-336.

Bastos Lima, Mairon G. 2009. Biofuel governance and international legal principles: is it equitable and sustainable? Melbourne Journal of International Law 10 (2): 470-492.

Biermann, Frank, Olwen Davies and Nicolien van der Grijp. 2009. Environmental policy integration and the architecture of global environmental governance. In: International Environmental Agreements 9 (4): 351-369.

Biermann, Frank, Philipp Pattberg, Harro van Asselt and Fariborz Zelli. 2009. The fragmentation of global governance architectures: a framework for analysis. In: Global Environmental Politics 9(4): 14-40.

Dingwerth, Klaus and Philipp Pattberg. 2009. World politics and organiza­tional fields: the case of sustainability governance. In: European Journal of International Relations, Volume 15(4): 707-743.

Flachsland, Christian, Robert Marschinski and Ottmar Edenhofer. 2009. To link or not to link: benefits and disadvantages of linking cap-and-trade systems. Climate Policy 9 (4): 358-372.

Flachsland, Christian, Robert Marschinski and Ottmar Edenhofer. 2009. Global trading versus linking: architectures for international emissions trading. Energy Policy 37 (5): 1637-1647.

Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Sylvia I. and Harro van Asselt. 2009. Introduction: exploring and explaining the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate. In: International Environmental Agreements 9 (4): 195-211.

Lessman, Kai, Robert Marschinski and Ottmar Edenhofer. 2009. The effects of trade Sanctions in international environmental agreements. Economic Modelling 26 (3): 641-649.

Mert, Aysem. 2009. Partnerships for sustainable development as discursive practice: shifts in discourses of environment and democracy. In: Forest Policy and Economics 11 (5-6): 326-339.

Mert, Aysem. 2009. Partnerships for sustainable development: shifts in discourses of environment and democracy. In: M. Böcher, L. Giessen, D. Kleinschmit: Environmental and Forest Governance: The Role of Science and Expertise, Universitätsverlag Göttigen, 69-74.

Schmidt, Robert C. and Robert Marschinski. 2009. A model of technological breakthrough in the renewable energy sector. Ecological Economics 69 (2): 435-444.

2008

Auld, Graeme, Lars H. Gulbrandsen and Constance L. McDermott. 2008. Certification schemes and the impacts on forests and forestry. In Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 33, 187-211.

Beisheim, Marianne and Klaus Dingwerth. 2008. Procedural legitimacy and private transnational governance - are the good ones doing better?. SFB-Governance Working Paper, Nr. 14

Biermann et al. 2008: Climate Governance Post-2012: Options for EU policy-making. CEPS Policy Brief No. 177, CEPS: Brussels.

Biermann, Frank and Ingrid Boas. 2008. Preparing for a warmer world. Towards a global governance system to protect climate refugees. A shorter version of this paper has been published in Environment, November-December 2008.

Biermann, Frank and Philipp Pattberg. 2008. Global environmental governance: taking stock, moving forward. Annual review of Environment and Resources, Volume 33

Chan, Sander and Philipp Pattberg (2008): Pri­vate rule-mak­ing and the poli­tics of ac­count­ability: ana­lyzing global forest gov­ern­ance. In Global Environ­mental Politics, 8 (3): 103-121.

Dingwerth, Klaus. 2008. "From International Politics to Global Governance: The Case of Nature Conservation", GARNET Working Paper No. 46/08. Warwick: University of Warwick.

Gulbrandsen, Lars H. 2008. "Accountability Arrangements in Non-State Standards Organizations: Instrumental Design and Imitation", Organization 15 (4): 563-583

Gulbrandsen, Lars H. 2008. The Role of Science in Environmental Governance: Competing Knowledge Producers in Swedish and Norwegian Forestry. Global Environmental Politics. Vol. 8, No. 2, pp 99-122

Joyeeta Gupta et al. 2008: Institutions For Climate Change: A Method To Assess the Inherent Characteristics of Institutions to Enable the Adaptive Capacity of Society

Pattberg, Philipp, and Johannes Stripple. 2008. Beyond the public and private divide: remapping transnational climate governance in the 21st century. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics.

2007


Asselt, Harro van. 2007. From UN-ity to Diversity? The UNFCCC, the Asia-Pacific Partnership, and the Future of International Law on Climate Change. Carbon and Climate Law Review 1(1), 17-28.

Asselt, Harro van. 2007. Dealing with the Fragmentation of Global Climate Governance: Legal and Political Approaches in Interplay Management. Global Governance Working Paper No 30.

Asselt, Harro van & Biermann, Frank. 2007. European emissions trading and the international competitiveness of energy-intensive industries: A legal and political evaluation of possible supporting measures. Energy Policy 35(1), 497-507.

Bauer, Steffen, Busch, Per-Olof and Siebenhüner, Bernd. 2007. Administering International Governance: What Role for Treaty Secretariats? Global Governance Working Paper No 29.

Biermann, Frank, Pattberg, Philipp, Chan, Sander and Mert, Aysem. 2007. Partnerships for Sustainable Development: An Appraisal Framework. Global Governance Working Paper No 31.


Pattberg, Philipp. 2007. Conquest, Domination and Control: Europe’s Mastery of Nature in Historic Perspective. Journal of Political Ecology 14 (2007): 1-9.

Pattberg, Philipp and Stripple, Johannes. 2007. Remapping Global Climate Governance: Fragmentation beyond the public/private divide. Global Governance Working Paper No 32.

2006

Asselt, Harro van, Grijp, Nicolien van der & Oosterhuis, F. 2006. Greener Public Purchasing: Opportunities for Climate-Friendly Government Procurement under WTO and EU Rules. Climate Policy 6(2), 217-229.

Biermann, Frank. 2006. Earth System Governance: The Challenge for Social Science. Global Governance Working Paper No 19. Appeared in 2007 in Global Environmental Change.

Busch, Per-Olof. 2006. The Secretariat of the Climate Convention: Make a Living in a Straitjacket. Global Governance Working Paper No 22.

Busch, Per-Olof. 2006. The OECD Environment Directorate: An Art of Persuasion and its limitations. Global Governance Working Paper No 20.

Dingwerth, Klaus and Philipp Pattberg. 2006. Was ist Global Governance? Leviathan. Berliner Zeitschrift fur Sozialwissenschaft 34 (3): 377-399.

Dingwerth, Klaus and Philipp Pattberg. 2006. Global Governance as a Perspective on World Politics. In Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations. 12 (2): 185-203.

Dingwerth, Klaus, and Sabine Campe (2006). Organizing the World: Ein Tagungsbericht. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 13 (1): 123-135.

Publications 2001-2005

2005

Asselt, H. van, Gupta, J. & Biermann, F. (2005). Advancing the Climate Agenda: Exploiting Material and Institutional Linkages to Develop a Menu of Policy Options. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 14(3), 255-264.

Biermann, Frank. 2005. Between the United States and the South. Strategic Choices for European Climate Policy. Global Governance Working Paper No 17. Appeared revised in Climate Policy 5 (2005), pp. 273-290.

Biermann, Frank, and Steffen Bauer. 2005. Managers of Global Governance. Assessing and Explaining the Influence of International Bureaucracies. Global Governance Working Paper No 15. Appeared in Global Environmental Change 14 (2004) 189-193.

Biermann, Frank, and Rainer Brohm. 2005. Implementing the Kyoto Protocol without the United States: The strategic role of energy tax adjustments at the border. Climate Policy 4: 3, 289-302. 

Busch, Per-Olof and Helge Jörgens. 2005. The international sources of policy convergence: explaining the spread of environmental policy innovations. Journal of European Public Policy 12 (5): 860-884. download from publisher (abstract, full text only for subscribers) >> 

Busch, Per-Olof, Helge Jörgens, and Kerstin Tews. 2005. The global diffusion of regulatory instruments: the making of a new international environmental regime. Annals of the American Political Science Association 598 (1):146-167. available from ann.sagepub.com >> 

Busch, Per-Olof, and Helge Jörgens. 2005. International Patterns of Environmental Policy Change and Convergence. European Environment 15 (2): 80-101. available from http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jhome/5299 >>

Busch, Per-Olof, and Helge Jörgens. 2005. Globale Ausbreitungsmuster umweltpolitischer Innovationen [Global Patterns of the international spread of environmental policy innovations]. FFU-Report 01-2005. Environmental Policy Research Centre: Berlin.

Dingwerth, Klaus (2005). The Democratic Legitimacy of Public-Private Rule-Making: What can we learn from the World Commission on Dams? Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations 11 (1): 65-83.

Meckling, Jonas. 2005. Transatlantic Interdependence in US Climate Change Policy. Cross-Border State-Business Relations Challenging State Autonomy. Global Governance Working Paper No 16.

Pattberg, Philipp. 2005. The Forest Stewardship Council: Risk and Potential of Private Forest Governance. In Journal of Environment & Development 14 (3): 356-374. 

Pattberg, Philipp. 2005. The Institutionalization of Private Governance: How business and non-profit organizations agree on transnational rules. In Governance. An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions 18 (4): 589-610.

Siebenhüner, Bernd and Volker Barth. 2005. The role of computer modeling in participatory integrated assessments. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 25: 4, 367-389.

2004

Bauer, Steffen, and Frank Biermann. 2004. Does Effective International Environmental Governance Require a World Environment Organization? The State of the Debate Prior to the Report of the High-Level Panel on Reforming the United Nations. Global Governance Working Paper No 13. 

Biermann, Frank, Sabine Campe and Klaus Jacob. Editors. 2004. Proceedings of the 2002 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change "Knowledge for the Sustainability Transition. The Challenge for Social Science", Global Governance Project: Amsterdam, Berlin, Potsdam and Oldenburg.

Biermann, Frank and Klaus Dingwerth (2004). Introduction: Global Environmental Change and the Nation State. Global Environmental Politics 4 (1): 1-22.  

Biermann, Frank, and Klaus Dingwerth. 2004. Global Change als Herausforderung für die deutsche Umweltpolitologie. Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht 27: 4, 505-529. 

Dingwerth, Klaus. 2004. Democratic Governance Beyond the State: Operationalising an Idea. Global Governance Working Paper No. 14. 

Dingwerth, Klaus (2004). Effektivität und Legitimität globaler Politiknetzwerke. In Unternehmen in der Weltpolitik: Politiknetz-werke, Unternehmensregeln und die Zukunft des Multilateralismus, edited by Tanja Brühl, Heidi Feldt, Brigitte Hamm, Hartwig Hummel, and Jens Martens. Bonn: Dietz, 74-95.

Jacob, Klaus, Manfred Binder and Anna Wieczorek. Editors. 2004. Governance for Industrial Transformation. Proceedings of the 2003 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, FFU report 04-03.

Pattberg, Philipp. 2004. The Institutionalisation of Private Governance. Conceptualising an Emerging Trend in Global Environmental Politics. Global Governance Working Paper No 9.

Pattberg, Philipp. 2004. Private-Private Partnerships als innovative Modelle zur Regel(durch)setzung? Möglichkeiten und Grenzen eines neuen Konzeptes am Beispiel des Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). In Unternehmen in der Weltpolitik: Politiknetzwerke, Unternehmensregeln und die Zukunft des Multilateralismus, edited by Tanja Brühl, Heidi Feldt, Brigitte Hamm, Hartwig Hummel, and Jens Martens. Bonn: Dietz: 143-162.

Pattberg, Philipp. 2004. The Institutionalisation of Private Governance. Conceptualising an Emerging Trend in Global Environmental Politics. Global Governance Working Paper No 9. Potsdam, Berlin, Oldenburg: The Global Governance Project.

Rittberger, Volker and Fariborz Zelli 2004: Die Internationalisierung der Universität im Lichte ihrer Lehre. Tübingen Working Paper on International Politics and Peace Research No. 42 (Tübingen: Center for International Relations / Peace and Conflict Studies).

Selbmann, Kirsten .2004.  "Ich werde versuchen, so weiter zu arbeiten..." ("I will try to work on..."), Interview with Ignacio Chapela. In Gen-ethischer Informationsdienst (GID) 165, 8-10.

Tarradell, Mireia. 2004. Morocco Case Study: Analysis of National Strategies for Sustainable Development. Working Paper of the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU). Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

2003

Biermann, Frank, and Hans-Dieter Sohn. 2003. Europe and Multipolar Global Governance: India and East Asia as New Partners? Policy Paper No 21 of the Foundation Development and Peace. Bonn: Foundation Development and Peace.

Dingwerth, Klaus. 2003. The Democratic Legitimacy of Global Public Policy Networks. Analysing the World Commission on Dams. Global Governance Working Paper No 6 (English version).

Dingwerth, Klaus. 2003. Globale Politiknetzwerke und ihre demokratische Legitimation: Eine Analyse der Weltstaudammkommission. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 10: 1, 69-109. 

Mayer, Peter, Volker Rittberger and Fariborz Zelli 2003: Risse im Westen. Betrachtungen zum transatlantischen Verhältnis heute. Leviathan 31 (1): 32-52.
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Rittberger, Volker and Fariborz Zelli 2003: Europa in der Weltpolitik: Juniorpartner der USA oder antihegemoniale Alternative. Die Friedens-Warte 78 (2-3): 195-233.
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Siebenhüner, Bernd. 2003. International Organisations as Learning Agents in the Emerging System of Global Governance. A Conceptual Framework. Global Governance Working Paper No 8.

Siebenhüner, Bernd. 2003 The Changing Role of Nation-states in International Environmental Assessments. The Case of the IPCC. Global Governance Working Paper No 7.  

2002

Biermann, Frank. 2002. Strengthening green global governance in a disparate world society: Would a world environment organisation benefit the South? International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 2: 4, 297-315. 

Biermann, Frank, Rainer Brohm and Klaus Dingwerth. Editors. 2002. Global Environmental Change and the Nation State: Proceedings of the 2001 Berlin Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change. Potsdam: Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.

F. Franci, R. Marschinski, and L. Matassini, 2002. "Learning the optimal trading strategy"; Physica A 294. R. Marschinski and H. Kantz, 2002. "Analysing the information flow between financial time series. An improved estimator for transfer entropy"; The European Physical Journal B, 30. 

2001

Biermann, Frank. 2001. The emerging debate on a world environment organization: A commentary. Global Environmental Politics 1: 1, 45-55. 

Marschinski, Robert,  and Lorenzo Matassini, 2001. Financial Markets as a Complex System: A Short Time Scale Perspective.  Deutsche Bank Research Notes in Economics & Statistics, November 09

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