Programme for the Study of International Governance
The Programme for the Study of International Governance provides a forum for scholars of governance and international organisations to interact with practitioners from the policy world in order to analyse global governance arrangements across a variety of issues.
The Programme combines expertise from across the Graduate Institute’s academic disciplines and undertakes innovative research on international governance across a number of issue domains.
Current research topics include:
- Bombs, banks and sanctions
- European Union economic sanctions
- Evaluating the effectiveness of United Nations (UN) targeted sanctions
- Explaining International Organizations’ Mission Creep
- Interface Law: Legal Interactions between Spheres of Authority in Global Economic Governance
- International Relations studies and education
- Legal Interactions between Spheres of Authority in Global Economic Governance
- Remodeling Global Cooperation
- The Paths of International Law: Stability and Change in the International Legal Order
- The UN and international organisation reform
- To Save and To Defend: Global Normative Ambiguity and Regional Order