PhD, Harvard University
Faculty member since 2008, Dr Andonova was previously a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute, Italy, and Assistant Professor in Government and Environmental Studies at Colby College, USA. She authored Transnational Politics of the Environment and EU Integration and Environmental Policy in Eastern Europe (2004) as well as numerous articles. Her current research focuses on institutional change and public-private partnerships, European integration, transnational governance, and climate cooperation.
Peer reviewed articles and book chapters
- Boomerangs to Partnerships? Explaining State Participation in Transnational Partnerships for Sustainability. Liliana B. Andonova. Comparative Political Studies, March 2014; vol. 47, 3: pp. 481-515., first published on December 27, 2013.
- Transnational Networks and Paths to EU Environmental Compliance: Evidence from New Member States. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies. Volume 52, Issue 4, July 2014, Pages: 775–793, Liliana B. Andonova and Ioana A. Tuta
- Liliana B. Andonova & Gilles Carbonnier. Business Humanitarian Partnerships: Processes of Normative Legitimation, Globalizations, 11:3, 349-367, 2014.
- “Public-Private Partnerships for the Earth. Politics and Patterns of Hybrid Authority in the Multilateral System.” Global Environmental Politics, 10:2, May 2010.
- “Transnational Climate Governance.” Global Environmental Politics, 9:2, 52-73, 2009 (with Michele Betsill and Harriet Bulkeley).
- “The Climate Regime and Domestic Politics: the Case of Russia.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 21:4, 483 -504, 2008.
- “The Next Climate Treaty? Pedagogical and Policy Lessons of Classroom Negotiations.” International Studies Perspectives, 9:3, 331-347, 2008 (with Renzo Mendoza-Castro).
- “International Trade and Environmental Policy in the Post-Communist World.” Comparative Political Studies, 40:10, 1-27, July 2007 (with Edward D. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner).
- “The Europeanization of Environmental Policy in Central and Eastern Europe.” In Schimmelfennig, Frank and Ulrich Sedelmeier, eds. The Europeanization of Central and Eastern Europe. Cornell University Press. 2005.
- “Franchising Global Governance: Making Sense of the Johannesburg Type II Partnerships.” Yearbook of International Co-operation on Environment and Development 2003/2004. Earthscan Publications, 19–31, (with Marc Levy).