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Other TBGI Publications

Publications applying or advancing the TBGI analytical framework

A growing number of researchers in numerous disciplines and fields are engaging with–or at least citing–the TBGI analytical framework to advance research into interactive dimensions of transnational governance, including:

  • Business ethics:
    • José Carlos Marques, Private Regulatory Fragmentation as Public Policy: Governing Canada’s Mining Industry (2016) Journal of Business Ethics 135: 617-630.
  • Conservation biology:
    • Jeffrey C Milder et al, An agenda for assessing and improving conservation impacts of sustainability standards in tropical agriculture (2014) Conservation Biology 29:2 309-320;
    • Helena Nery Alves-Pinto, Peter Newton and Luis Fernando Guedes Pinto, Reducing deforestation and enhancing sustainability in commodity supply chains: interactions between governance interventions and cattle certification in Brazil (2015) Tropical Conservation Science 8(4): 1053-1079.
  • Environmental studies:
    • Paul Foley and Elizabeth Havice, The rise of territorial eco-certifications: New politics of transnational sustainability governance in the fishery sector (2016) Geoforum 69: 24-33.
  • Forestry:
    • Ines Gavrilut, Aureliu-Florin Halalisan, Alexandru Giurca and Metodi Sotirov. 2016. The Interaction between FSC Certification and the Implementation of the EU Timber Regulation in Romania. Forests 7(1), Article 3, DOI 10.3390/f7010003.
  • Industrial relations and Labour Governance:
    • Amengual, Matthew and Chirot, Laura, Reinforcing the State: Transnational and State Labor Regulation in Indonesia (March 4, 2016). Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Forthcoming; Available at SSRN:
    • Kevin Kolben. 2015. Dialogic Labor Regulation in the Global Supply Chain. Michigan Journal of International Law 36: 425-465.
  • International relations:
    • Kenneth W Abbott, Jessica F Green and Robert O Keohane, Organizational Ecology and Institutional Change in Global Governance (2016) International Organization 70(2): 247-277;
    • Anja P. Jakobi, Non-state Actors and Global Crime Governance: Explaining the Variance of Public-private Interaction (2016) British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18(1): 72-89.
  • International law:
    • Yoshiko Naiki, Trade and Bioenergy: Explaining and Assessing the Regime Complex for Sustainable Bioenergy (2016) Eur J Int Law 27 (1): 129-159.
  • Law and society:
    • Bronwen Morgan, Upside Down and Inside Out: Regulators and Regulatory Processes in Contemporary Perspective, in Austin Sarat and Patricia Ewick eds The Handbook of Law and Society (Wiley 2015) 150, 157-158.
  • Policy studies:
    • Stephan Manning and Juliane Reinecke, A Modular Governance Architecture in the Making: How transnational standard-setters govern sustainability transitions (2016) Research Policy 45: 618-633;
    • Graeme Auld and Lars H Gulbrandsen, Diversifying Nature Protection: Evaluating the Changing Tools for Forest Protection in Canada and Norway (2015) Review of Policy Research 32(6): 699-722.
  • Regulatory governance:
    • Alessandra Arcuri, The Transformation of organic regulation: The ambiguous effects of publicization (2015) Regulation & Governance 9: 144-159;
    • Luc Fransen, Thomas Conzelmann, Fragmented or cohesive transnational private regulation of sustainability standards? A comparative study (2015) Regulation & Governance 9: 259-275;
    • Michael W Toffel, Jodi L Short and Melissa Ouellet, Codes in context: How states, markets, and civil society shape adherence to global labor standards (2015) Regulation & Governance 9: 205-223.
  • Sustainability:
    • David D’Hollander and Axel Marx, “Strengthening private certification systems through public regulation: The case of sustainable public procurement” (2014) Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal 5:1, 2-21;
    • Clara A Brandi, “Sustainability Standards and Sustainable Development—Synergies and Trade-Offs of Transnational Governance” (2016) Sustainable Development, forthcoming DOI: 10.1002/sd.1639.
  • Transnational politics:
    • Luc Fransen, Jelmer Schalk and Graeme Auld, Work ties beget community? Assessing interactions among transnational private governance organizations in sustainable agriculture (2016) Global Networks 16: 45-67.