Policy-oriented works
 

  • Moret, E., Giumelli, F. & Bastiat-Jarosz, D. Sanctions on Russia: Impacts and economic costs on the United States. Programme for the Study of International Governance, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 20 March, 2017.
  • The UN’s Normative Role in an Agenda 2030 World: Conference report. The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation and the Programme for the Study of International Governance, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Uppsala, Sweden and Geneva, Switzerland. January 3, 2017.
  • Moret, E., Biersteker, T., Giumelli, F., Portela, C., Veber, M., Jarotz, D. & Bobocea, C. The New Deterrent?  International Sanctions Against Russia Over the Ukraine Crisis: Impacts, Costs and Further Action. Programme for the Study of International Governance, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 12 October, 2016.
  • Veber, M. and Ivanovic, A. Strengthening the UN’s Research Uptake: Conference Report. United Nations University Centre for Policy Research and the Programme for the Study of International Governance, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Tokyo, Japan and Geneva, Switzerland, 04 October, 2016.
  • Biersteker, Thomas, “How and when do sanctions work? The evidence,” EUISS Sanctions Report, Chapter One, co-authored with Peter van Bergeijk, (EUISS, Paris, September 2015)
  • Biersteker, Thomas, Putting EU Sanctions in Context: The Complexities of Multilateralism, co-authored with Clara Portela. EUISS Brief, Paris, July 2015.
  • Biersteker, Thomas. Sanctions and Peace Negotiations: Possibilities for Complementarity, with the assistance of Zuzana Hudakova and Marcos Tourinho, Oslo Forum Series Paper prepared for Humanitarian Dialogue, Geneva, September 2014.
  • Bradley, Miriam. “Sri Lanka: limited humanitarian action—or a lesson in the limits of humanitarian action?” International Development Policy, 2014.
  • Biersteker, Thomas. SanctionsApp, with Sue Eckert, Zuzana Hudakova, and Marcos Tourinho, Computer software, Apple App Store, 21 June 2013; Updated to Version 2.0, November 2014.
  • Moret, Erica. “Humanitarian Impacts of Economic Sanctions on Iran and Syria,” European Security, Taylor Francis Online, published online 26 February 2014.
  • Moret, Erica. “United Nations Targeted Sanctions as a Tool of Conflict Prevention”. Proceedings of the 19th International Humanitarian Conference, Geneva, February 2014.
  • Biersteker, Thomas. The Effectiveness of United Nations Targeted Sanctions—Findings from the Targeted Sanctions Consortium (TSC), co-authored with Sue E. Eckert, Marcos Tourinho, and Zuzana Hudakova, Prepared for the launch of the Web version of SanctionsApp, November 2013.
  • Cannon, Cecilia. “Evaluating non-governmental organisations – An overview of The Global Journal’s Top 100 NGOs methodology in 2013.” Working paper prepared for the Global Journal, February 2013.
  • Monagle, Catherine. “Survey of Model Contractual Clauses, Codes of Conduct, Guidelines, Best Practices and Standards by the United Nations University-Institute of Advanced Studies.” Convention on Biological Diversity, Open-ended Ad Hoc Intergovernmental Committee for the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization. UNEP/CBD/ICNP/3/INF/2. 19 November 2013.
  • Monagle, Catherine. “Report of the Informal Meeting for the Implementation of Articles 19 and 20 of the Nagoya Protocol.” Convention on Biological Diversity, Open-ended Ad Hoc Intergovernmental Committee for the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization. UNEP/CBD/ICNP/3/INF/3.
  • Russell-Smith, J., Monagle, C., Jacobsohn, M., Beatty, R.L., Bilbao, B., Millán, A., Vessuri, H., Sánchez-Rose, I. (2013). “Can savannah burning projects deliver measurable greenhouse emissions reductions, and sustainable livelihood opportunities for indigenous and local communities, in fire-prone settings?” Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-013-0910-5. Springer Netherlands.