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Eleni Tsingou Publications

Special Issues
‘Global Governance and Legitimacy’, Review of International Political Economy, Volume 17, 2010, forthcoming. The Issue authors include Steven Bernstein, Furio Cerutti, Robert Keohane, Kishore Mahbubani, Daniel Mügge, Lena Rethel, Jan Aart Scholte (co-edited with James Brassett).
‘Legitimacy and Global Governance’, Review of International Political Economy, Volume 17, 2010, forthcoming (with James Brassett).
‘Responding to the Global Credit Crisis: The Politics of Financial Reform’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Volume 12, Issue 2, 2010, forthcoming (with Leonard Seabrooke).
Global Financial Governance and the Developing Anti-Money Laundering Regime: What Lessons for International Political Economy?’, International Politics, Volume 47, 2010, forthcoming.
‘Power Elites and Everyday Politics in International Financial Reform’: piece in International Political Sociology, Volume 3, Issue 4, 2009: 457-461 (with Leonard Seabrooke).
Book chapters
‘Who governs and why? The making of the global anti-money laundering regime’: book chapter in Geoffrey Underhill, Jasper Blom and Daniel Mügge (eds) From Reform to Crisis: Financial Intergration and the 'New Architecture' of International Financal Governance, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
'Transnational governance networks in the regulation of finance - the making of global regulation and supervision standards in the banking industry': book chapter in Morten Ougaard and Anna Leander (eds) Theoretical Perspectives on Business and Global Governance: Bridging Theoretical Divides, London: Routledge, 2010.
'The Study of Global Finance in International Political Economy: Introducing Gender': book chapter in Christoph Scherrer and Brigitte Young (eds) The Role of Gender Knowledge in Policy Networks, Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2010.
‘Regulatory Reactions to the Credit Crisis: Analysing a Policy Community Under Stress’: book chapter in Eric Helleiner, Stefano Pagliari and Hubert Zimmermann (eds) Global Finance in Crisis: The Politics of International Regulatory Change, London: Routledge, 2009.
‘Die Regulierung der globalen Finanzmärkte. Einfluss und Funktionen transnationer Governance-Netzwerke’ in Helmut Breitmeier, Michèle Roth, Dieter Senghaas (eds) Sektorale Weltordnungspolitik: Effektiv, gerecht und demokratisch? ( ONE World Series of the Development and Peace Foundation, Vol. 22), Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2009.
‘Transnational private governance and the Basel process: banking regulation, private interests and Basel II’, book chapter in Andreas Nölke and Jean-Christophe Graz (eds) Transnational Private Governance and its Limits, ECPR/Routledge series, London: Routledge, 2008.
‘The role of policy communities in global financial governance: a critical examination of the Group of Thirty’, book chapter in Torsten Strulik and Helmut Willke (eds) Towards a Cognitive Mode in Global Finance, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2007.
‘The governance of over-the-counter derivatives markets’, book chapter in Peter Mooslechner, Helen Schuberth and Beat Weber (eds) The Political Economy of Financial Market Regulation: The Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion, Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 2006.
‘Targeting money laundering: global approach or diffusion of authority?’ in Elke Krahman (ed.) New Threats and New Actors in International Security, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2005.
Research papers
'Revolving Doors and Linked Ecologies in the World Economy: Policy Locations and the Practice of International Financial Reform', CSGR Working Paper 260/09, 2009 (with Leonard Seabrooke).
‘Global Governance and Transnational Financial Crime: Opportunities and Tensions in the Global Anti-Money Laundering Regime’, CSGR Working Paper 161/05, 2005.
‘Policy Preferences in Financial Governance: Public-Private Dynamics and the Prevalence of Market-Based Arrangements in the Banking Industry’, CSGR Working Paper 131/04, 2004.
‘Transnational Policy Communities and Financial Governance: the Role of Private Actors in Derivatives Regulation’, CSGR Working Paper, 111/03, 2003.
Policy publications
The Warwick Commission on International Financial Reform: In Praise of Unlevel Playing Fields’, Second Warwick Commission Report, November 2009 (chaired by Avinash Persaud).
‘The Global Credit Crisis and the Politics of Financial Reform’, GARNET Policy Brief No. 8, January 2009 (with Heribert Dieter and Leonard Seabrooke).
Work in progress and current research projects
‘The Making of Regulation in the Banking Industry: Explaining Success and Failure of Regulatory Drives’
‘The Global Credit Crunch and Crisis Management in Europe: Power Politics, Technocracy and a Game of Great Expectations’
'Power Elites: Club Model Politics and the Construction of Global Financial Governance' (book manuscript)