The publications of our faculty, researchers and graduates testify to the wealth of the research conducted at the Graduate Institute. We present here the books, book chapters, journal articles, theses, and working papers and reports issued during the past twelve months, considering that the complete production is available in the institutional repository. On this page you will find the recent book chapters.
About the Definition of an International Investment: The Requirement of a Contribution to the Economic Development of the Host State
Anthropological Perspectives on the Limits of the State
Arms Control and Disarmament
Art as Expertise? Creative Expression in the Syrian Conflict Resolution
Anna Leander and Donatella della Ratta, in Assembling Exclusive Expertise: Knowledge, Ignorance and Conflict Resolution in the Global South, ed. Anna Leander and Ole Waever. London: Routledge. July 2018.
Biocrossing Heterotopia: Revisiting Contemporary Stem Cell Research and Therapy in India
Bodies Count: The Politics of Assembling War and Violent Death Data Expertise
The Comparative Politics of Transnational Climate Governance
Liliana B. Andonova, Thomas N. Hale and Charles B. Roger, in The Comparative Politics of Transnational Climate Governance, ed. Liliana B. Andonova, Thomas N. Hale and Charles B. Roger. London: Routledge. May 2018.
Concepts et théories en études féministes et économie sociale et solidaire: croisements et fertilisation
Conclusions: An Agenda for Transformation
Vivian Lin, Ilona Kickbusch and Britta Baer, in Progressing the Sustainable Development Goals through Health in All Policies: Case Studies from around the World, ed. by Vivian Lin and Ilona Kickbusch. Adelaide: Government of South Australia. October 2017. P. 175–184.
Counter-Mapping the Discipline: The Archipelago of Western International Relations Teaching
Jonas Hagmann and Thomas Biersteker, in The SAGE Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations, ed. by Andreas Gofas, Inanna Hamati-Ataya and Nicholas Onuf. London: SAGE. August 2018.
Defense as Security
Les eaux intérieures
Économie solidaire et féminisme: autre économie, autre politique?
Isabelle Guérin, Isabelle Hillenkamp et Christine Verschuur, in Mouvements sociaux et économie solidaire, dir, Jean-Louis Laville, Geoffrey Pleyers, Elisabetta Bucolo et Jose Luis Coraggio. Paris: Desclée de Brouwer. Novembre 2017. P. 141-159.
Environmental and Energy Law as a Field of Research: A Structural Overview
Environmental Protection, Differentiated Reponsibility and World Trade: Making Room for Climate Action
Jorge E. Viñuales, Urs Luterbacher and Carla Norrlof, in Global Climate Policy: Actors, Concepts, and Enduring Challenges, ed. by Urs Luterbacher and Detlef F. Sprinz. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. August 2018.
Les espaces marins attachés à des îles ou rochers
The Euro and Ordoliberalism
Charles Wyplosz, in Ordoliberalism: A German Oddity?, ed. Thorsten Beck and Hans Helmut Kotz. VoxEU.org Book. London: CEPR Press. November 2017. P. 145–153.
Interview with Professor Wyplosz >
Fellowship Programs for Public Health Development: The Rockefeller Foundation, UNRRA, and the WHO (1920s–1970s)
Yi-Tang Lin, Thomas David and Davide Rodogno, in Global Exchanges: Scholarships and Transnational Circulations in the Modern World, ed. Ludovic Tournès and Giles Scott-Smith. New York: Berghahn Books. October 2017. P. 140–55.
Paola Gaeta, in Reasonable and Effective Universality: Conditions to the Exercice by National Courts of Universal Jurisdiction over International Crimes by Vanessa Thalmann. Zurich: Schulthess. March 2018.
Gender Experts in International Governance: Mapping the Contours of a Field
Generalizing Findings from Micro-level Research on Peace and Conflict: Challenges and Solutions
Guardians of the Countryside: The Associated Countrywomen of the World ACWW and the Conceptualization of Rural Internationalism in the Interwar Years
Garbage Is Good to Think With: The Interplay of Civic Activism and Judicial Intervention in Shaping Bangalore’s Solid Waste Management Policies
Christine Lutringer and Shalini Randeria, in Sustainable Food Consumption, Urban Waste Management and Civic Activism: Lessons from Bangalore/Bengaluru, India, ed. Christine Lutringer and Shalini Randeria. International Development Policy 8.2 [online], 3 November 2017. doi:10.4000/poldev.2486.
Health and Infectious Disease
History as a Source of International Law
How Not to Waste a Garbage Crisis: Food Consumption, Solid Waste Management and Civic Activism in Bangalore/Bengaluru, India
Christine Lutringer and Shalini Randeria, in Sustainable Food Consumption, Urban Waste Management and Civic Activism: Lessons from Bangalore/Bengaluru, India, ed. Christine Lutringer and Shalini Randeria. International Development Policy 8.2 [online], 3 November 2017. doi:10.4000/poldev.2476.
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Innovation et contrôle des concentrations
The International Economic Law Clinic at the Graduate Institute in Geneva
Joost Pauwelyn and Mattia Salamanca Orrego, in Reinventing Legal Education: How Clinical Education Is Reforming the Teaching and Practice of Law in Europe, ed. Alberto Alemanno and Lamin Khadar. Cambridge, MA; New York: Cambridge University Press. May 2018. P. 292–308.
International Migration Law
International Relations Expertise at the Interstices of Fields and Assemblages
Vivian Lin, Ilona Kickbusch and Britta Baer, in Progressing the Sustainable Development Goals through Health in All Policies: Case Studies from around the World, ed. Vivian Lin and Ilona Kickbusch. Adelaide: Government of South Australia. October 2017. P. 2–10.
«Je ne suis pas une experte en genre»: colonialité des savoirs et troubles dans les rapports entre féminismes et expertes en genre en Colombie
Locations and Locutions: Unravelling the Concept of “World Anthropology”
Logique humanitaire et résilience en situation de conflit : le cas des périmètres irrigués du bassin de l'Oronte en Syrie
The Many Fields of (German) International Law
Measures for Strengthening the Effectiveness of International Legal Principles Concerning Universal and International Jurisdiction
Military and Paramilitary Activities in and against Nicaragua (Nicaragua v United States of America) (1984 to 1986),
Le monde rural
Not as Preferential As You May Think: How Mega-regionals Can Benefit Third Countries
On a Certain Blindness in Economic Theory: Keynes’ Giraffes and the Ordinary Textuality of Economic Ideas
The Price War, OPEC, and the Future of the MENA Region.
SanctionsApp as Expertise (and Exclusionary Ignorance) in a Global Policy Setting
Security and “Security Studies”: Conceptual Evolution and Historical Transformation
Keith Krause and Michael C. Williams, in Oxford Handbook of International Security, ed. Alexandra Gheciu and William Wohlforth. Oxford: Oxford University Press. March 2018.
Interview with Professor Krause >
Simulation and ABM in Foreign Policy
Sources in the Scholastic Legacy: Ius Naturae and Ius Gentium Revisited by Theologians
Sources of International Investment Law: Conceptual Foundations of Unruly Practices
Sources of International Trade Law: Mantras and Controversies at the World Trade Organization
Sous le développement, le genre à l'Institut
Stem Cell Intersections: Perspectives and Experiences
Torture by Private Actors and “Gold- Plating” the Offence in National Law: An Exchange of Emails in Honour of William Schabas
The Third World Intellectual in Praxis: Confrontation, Participation, or Operation behind Enemy Lines?
Georges Abi-Saab, in Third World Approaches to International Law: On Praxis and the Intellectual, ed. by Usha Natarajan, John Reynolds, Amar Bhatia and Sujith Xavier, London: Routledge. December 2017. P. 15–29.
Threat or Opportunity? Kissinger, Brzezinski, and the Demise of the Soviet Union
Jussi M. Hanhimäki, in New Perspectives on the End of the Cold War: Unexpected Transformations?, ed. by Bernhard Blumenau, Jussi M. Hanhimäki and Barbara Zanchetta. London: Routledge. February 2018. P. 12–31.
Interview with Professor Hanhimäki >