Thomas Hale
Thomas Hale
Professor, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University
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A global panel database of pandemic policies (Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker)
T Hale, N Angrist, R Goldszmidt, B Kira, A Petherick, T Phillips, S Webster, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (4), 529-538, 2021
Variation in government responses to COVID-19
T Hale, N Angrist, B Kira, A Petherick, T Phillips, S Webster
University of Oxford, 2020
Oxford COVID-19 government response tracker (OxCGRT)
T Hale, S Webster, A Petherick, T Phillips, B Kira
Last updated 8, 30, 2020
Transnational climate change governance
H Bulkeley
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Gridlock: Why global cooperation is failing when we need it most
T Hale, D Held, K Young
Polity, 2013
“All hands on deck”: The Paris agreement and nonstate climate action
T Hale
Global environmental politics 16 (3), 12-22, 2016
Handbook of transnational governance
T Hale, D Held
Polity, 2011
Orchestration and Transnational Climate Governance
T Hale, C Roger
Review of International Organizations, 2013
International relations, principal theories
AM Slaughter, T Hale
Max Planck encyclopedia of public international Law 129, 2011
Changes in the incidence of invasive disease due to Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, and Neisseria meningitidis during the COVID-19 pandemic in 26 countries …
AB Brueggemann, MJJ van Rensburg, D Shaw, ND McCarthy, KA Jolley, ...
The Lancet Digital Health 3 (6), e360-e370, 2021
The meaning of net zero and how to get it right
S Fankhauser, SM Smith, M Allen, K Axelsson, T Hale, C Hepburn, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (1), 15-21, 2022
A worldwide assessment of changes in adherence to COVID-19 protective behaviours and hypothesized pandemic fatigue
A Petherick, R Goldszmidt, EB Andrade, R Furst, T Hale, A Pott, A Wood
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (9), 1145-1160, 2021
Transparency, accountability, and global governance
TN Hale
Global governance, 73-94, 2008
Reinvigorating international climate policy: A comprehensive framework for effective nonstate action
S Chan, H Van Asselt, T Hale, KW Abbott, M Beisheim, M Hoffmann, ...
Global Policy 6 (4), 466-473, 2015
National policy and transnational governance of climate change: Substitutes or complements?
LB Andonova, TN Hale, CB Roger
International Studies Quarterly 61 (2), 253-268, 2017
Sensitive intervention points in the post-carbon transition
JD Farmer, C Hepburn, MC Ives, T Hale, T Wetzer, P Mealy, R Rafaty, ...
Science 364 (6436), 132-134, 2019
Thinking globally and acting locally: can the Johannesburg partnerships coordinate action on sustainable development?
TN Hale, DL Mauzerall
The Journal of Environment & Development 13 (3), 220-239, 2004
Asset revaluation and the existential politics of climate change
JD Colgan, JF Green, TN Hale
International Organization 75 (2), 586-610, 2021
Variation in US states’ responses to COVID-19
L Hallas, A Hatibie, S Majumdar, M Pyarali, T Hale
University of Oxford, 2021
A research roadmap for quantifying non-state and subnational climate mitigation action
A Hsu, N Höhne, T Kuramochi, M Roelfsema, A Weinfurter, Y Xie, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (1), 11-17, 2019
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