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Rethinking private authority
JF Green
Rethinking Private Authority, 2013
5872013
Organizational ecology and institutional change in global governance
KW Abbott, JF Green, RO Keohane
International Organization 70 (2), 247-277, 2016
4042016
Understanding disenfranchisement: civil society and developing countries' influence and participation in global governance for sustainable development
DR Fisher, JF Green
Global Environmental Politics 4 (3), 65-84, 2004
1602004
Order out of chaos: public and private rules for managing carbon
JF Green
Global Environmental Politics 13 (2), 1-25, 2013
1492013
Private standards in the climate regime: the greenhouse gas protocol
JF Green
Business and Politics 12 (3), 1-37, 2010
1422010
A balance of bottom-up and top-down in linking climate policies
JF Green, T Sterner, G Wagner
Nature Climate Change 4 (12), 1064-1067, 2014
1342014
Does carbon pricing reduce emissions? A review of ex-post analyses
JF Green
Environmental Research Letters 16 (4), 043004, 2021
1242021
Delegation and accountability in the Clean Development Mechanism: the new authority of non-state actors
JF Green
J. Int'l L & Int'l Rel. 4, 21, 2008
742008
Unbundling the regime complex: The effects of private authority
JF Green, G Auld
Transnational environmental law 6 (2), 259-284, 2017
722017
Asset revaluation and the existential politics of climate change
JD Colgan, JF Green, TN Hale
International Organization 75 (2), 586-610, 2021
712021
Reforming international environmental governance: From institutional limits to innovative reforms
WB Chambers, JF Green
United Nations University Press, 2005
682005
What we know (and could know) about international environmental agreements
RB Mitchell, LB Andonova, M Axelrod, J Balsiger, T Bernauer, JF Green, ...
Global Environmental Politics 20 (1), 103-121, 2020
672020
Don't link carbon markets
JF Green
Nature 543 (7646), 484-486, 2017
652017
Private authority on the rise: A century of delegation in multilateral environmental agreements
JF Green
Transnational actors in global governance, 155-176, 2010
502010
Protecting sovereignty, protecting the planet: State delegation to international organizations and private actors in environmental politics
JF Green, J Colgan
Governance 26 (3), 473-497, 2013
472013
Reversing the marginalization of global environmental politics in international relations: An opportunity for the discipline
JF Green, TN Hale
PS: Political Science & Politics 50 (2), 473-479, 2017
412017
Ten new insights in climate science 2021: a horizon scan
MA Martin, OA Sendra, A Bastos, N Bauer, C Bertram, T Blenckner, ...
Global Sustainability 4, 2021
392021
The politics of participation in sustainable development governance
JF Green, WB Chambers
United Nations Univ, 2006
392006
The strength of weakness: pseudo-clubs in the climate regime
JF Green
Climatic Change 144 (1), 41-52, 2017
382017
Transition, hedge, or resist? Understanding political and economic behavior toward decarbonization in the oil and gas industry
J Green, J Hadden, T Hale, P Mahdavi
Review of International Political Economy, 1-28, 2021
312021
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