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Mathias Koenig-Archibugi

 

I'm Associate Professor (Reader) in Global Politics in the Department of Government and the Department of International Relations of the London School of Economics and Political Science, where I teach courses on global politics, international institutions, and research methods. My research interests focus on the governance of global issues, especially in the area of health and labour rights, and on the possibility of democratizing global politics. I am interested in applications of social network analysis to the study of global interactions.

My contact details:

  • Telephone: +44 (0)20 7955 7193
  • Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 6352
  • Email: m.koenig-archibugi {at} lse {dot} ac {dot} uk
  • Postal address: LSE Government Department, Houghton Street, London WC2 2AE
  • Office: CON.4.08, see map here
  • Office hours: students can book a slot on LSE for You

 


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Selected publications

Global democracy

Could global democracy satisfy diverse policy values? An empirical analysis, with Thomas Hale. Conditionally accepted for publication in Journal of Politics.

·        How to Diagnose Democratic Deficits in Global Politics: The Use of the “All Affected Principle. International Theory, 9(2), 171-202, 2017. [Published version] [Download]

Fuzzy Citizenship in Global Society, Journal of Political Philosophy, 20(4), 456-480, 2012. [Published version] [Download]

Is Global Democracy Possible? European Journal of International Relations, 17(3), 519-542, 2011. [Published version] [Download] [Link to previous version]

Can There Be a Global Demos? An Agency-Based Approach, with Christian List, Philosophy and Public Affairs, 38(1), 76-110, 2010. [Published version] [Download]

Global democracy and domestic analogies. In: Daniele Archibugi, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi, and Raffaele Marchetti (eds.) Global Democracy: Normative and Empirical Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, 2011. [Download] [More information on book]

European Union

Are Europeans Ready for a More Democratic European Union? New Evidence on Preference Heterogeneity, Polarization and Crosscuttingness, with Thomas Hale. European Journal of Political Research, 55(1), 225–245, 2016. [Published version] [Download] [

-        Related blog entry: Do Britons and other Europeans disagree on policy issues? With Thomas Hale. LSE BrexitVote blog.

Explaining Government Preferences for Institutional Change in EU Foreign and Security Policy, International Organization, 54(1), 137-174, 2004. [Published version] [Download] [Data] [Method]

Global public policy

Why Do States Commit to International Labor Standards? Interdependent Ratification of Core ILO Conventions, 1948-2009, with Leonardo Baccini, World Politics 66(3), 446-490, 2014 [Published version] [Download]

Does transnational private governance reduce or displace labor abuses? Addressing sorting dynamics across global supply chains. Regulation & Governance, 2017. [Published version] [Request copy]

Aid Fragmentation or Aid Pluralism? The Effect of Multiple Donors on Child Survival in Developing Countries, 1990-2010, with Lu Han, World Development 66, 344-358, 2015. [Published version] [Request copy]

Complexity and Institutional Diversity in Global Health Governance: Implications for Asia, in Kelley Lee, Tikki Pang and Yeling Tan (eds), Asia’s Role in Governing Global Health. Routledge, 2013. [Download]

The role of beneficiaries in transnational regulatory processes. With Kate Macdonald. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 670, 36-57, 2017. Special issue on “Regulatory Intermediaries in the Age of Governance”, edited by Kenneth W. Abbott, David Levi-Faur and Duncan Snidal. [Published version] [Request copy]

Accountability-by-Proxy in Transnational Non-State Governance, with Kate Macdonald, Governance 26(3), 499-522, 2013. [Published version] [Download]

Understanding the Global Dimensions of Policy, Global Policy, 1(1), 16-28, 2010. [Published version] [Download]

Accountability in Transnational Relations: How Distinctive Is It?,West European Politics, 33(5), 1142-64, 2010. [Published version]

New Modes of Governance in the Global System, edited with Michael Zurn. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2006. [More information]

Global Governance and Public Accountability, edited with David Held. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. [More information]

Taming Globalization: Frontiers of Governance, edited with David Held. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2003. [More information]

International Relations Theory

International Institutions in a Functionally Differentiated World Society, in Mathias Albert, Barry Buzan and Michael Zürn (eds) Bringing Sociology to International Relations: World Politics as Differentiation Theory. Cambridge University Press, 2013. [Download]

Which Synthesis? Strategies of Theoretical Integration and the Neorealist-Neoliberal Debate, with Filippo Andreatta, International Political Science Review, Vol. 31, No. 2, 2010, 207-227. [Published version] [Download]

 

Courses

GV306 Global Public Policy

GV4A4 The Politics of Globalization

IR412 International Institutions

IR501 Methods for International Relations Research

 

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