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CSGR Working Paper Series
Established in 1998 | ISSN 2513-9053
Series Editors: Gabriel Siles-Brügge & Matthias Kranke
Highlights from the GR:EEN Working Papers series
Leonard Seabrooke & Ole Jacob Sending:
Open Systems of International Organization
GR:EEN Working Paper No. 51
James Brassett, Ben Richardson, & William Smith:
Democratic Pathways to Global Governance: Experimentalism, Markets, and Biofuel Regulation
GR:EEN Working Paper No. 50
Geoffrey R.D. Underhill:
The emerging post-crisis financial architecture: how far has reform gone?
GR:EEN Working Paper No. 46
The 9th WTO Ministerial Conference: A Victory for the WTO But What Next?
GR:EEN Working Paper No. 45
New CSGR Working Papers
Jacob A. Hasselbalch:
The European Politics of Brain Drain: A Fast or Slow-Burning Crisis?
CSGR Working Paper No. 285/17
James Harrison, Ben Richardson, Liam Campling,
Adrian Smith, & Mirela Barbu:
Taking Labour Rights Seriously in Post-Brexit Trade Agreements: Protect, Promote, Empower
CSGR Working Paper No. 284/17
International Political Party Support By ‘Bad Guys’
CSGR Working Paper No. 283/17
From Forum Shopping to Forum Shaping: An Overlooked Form of International Organisation Power
CSGR Working Paper No. 282/17
Lai-Ha Chan & Pak K. Lee:
Power, Ideas and Institutions: China’s Emergent Footprints in Global Governance of Development Aid
CSGR Working Paper No. 281/17
Regional Worlds, Regional Institutions: Towards the Regional Economic Institutionalisation of East Asia?
CSGR Working Paper No. 280/16
Will the AIIB Trigger Off a New Round of Rivalry in Economic Diplomacy Between China and Japan?
CSGR Working Paper No. 279/15