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International Collaboration Award Recipients

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Best Article Award
Best Book Award
Best Dissertation Award
Distinguished Mentor Award

 

Best Article Award

The Best Article Award is given for the best article on international collaboration published in the previous year. 

2021 Terrance L Chapman, University of Texas at Austin
“Public Reactions to International Legal Institutions: The International Criminal Court in a Developing Democracy.” Journal of Politics, 82:4.
2021 Stephen Chaudoin, Harvard University
“Public Reactions to International Legal Institutions: The International Criminal Court in a Developing Democracy.” Journal of Politics, 82:4.
2021 Erin Graham, Drexel University
“Power, Control and the Logic of Substitution in Institutional Design: The Case of International Climate Finance.” International Organization, 74, 2020.
2021 Alexandria Serdaru, Case Western Reserve University
“Power, Control and the Logic of Substitution in Institutional Design: The Case of International Climate Finance.” International Organization, 74, 2020
2020

Inken Von Borzykowski, University College, London
“Hello, goodbye: When do states withdraw from international organizations?” (2019) Review of International Organizations 14: 335-366.

2020 Felicity Vabulas, Pepperdine University
“Hello, goodbye: When do states withdraw from international organizations?” (2019) Review of International Organizations 14: 335-366.

 

 

Best Book Award

The Best Book Award is given for the best book on international collaboration published in the previous year. 

2021 Allison Carnegie, Columbia University 
Secrets in Global Governance. Cambridge University Press, 2020.
2021 Austin Carson, University of Chicago
Secrets in Global Governance. Cambridge University Press, 2020.
2021

Honorable Mention
Giovanni Mantilla, Cambridge University
Lawmaking Under Pressure. Cornell University Press, 2020.

2020

Marina E. Henke, Northwestern University
Constructing Allied Cooperation: Diplomacy, Payments, and Power in Multilateral Military Coalitions. Cornell University Press, 2019.

2020 Honorable Mention

Christina J. Schneider, University of California, San Diego
The Responsive Union: National Elections and European Governance. Cambridge University Press, 2019.

 

Best Dissertation Award

The Best Dissertation Award is given for the best dissertation on international collaboration for a Ph.D. awarded in the previous year. 
 

2021 Renanah Miles Joyce, Columbia University
“Exporting Might and Right Great Power Security Assistance and Developing Militaries.”
2020

Caroline Moehlicke, University of Texas, Austin
Corporations and Global Regulation: Challenges and Opportunities for State Regulatory Powers

 

Distinguished Mentor Award

The Distinguished Mentor Award is given for excellence in mentoring graduate students and junior faculty in the study of international collaboration.

2021 Kenneth Scheve, Yale University
2020

 Duncan Snidal, University of Oxford