Publications of Tana L. Johnson    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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  1. Johnson, TANA. Organizational Progeny: Why Governments are Losing Control over the Proliferating Structures of Global Governance. Oxford University Press, 2014. 304 pages pp. [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]

Journal Articles

  1. Johnson, T; Urpelainen, J. "The more things change, the more they stay the same: Developing countries’ unity at the nexus of trade and environmental policy." Review of International Organizations 15.2 (April, 2020): 445-473. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Johnson, TL; Urpelainen, J. "The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same? Developing Countries’ Unity in International Politics.." Review of International Organizations (November, 2018).
  3. Johnson, T. "Envisioning the invisible: Nonstate actors in international affairs." International Studies Review 18.4 (December, 2016): 722-724. [doi]
  4. Johnson, T. "Cooperation, co-optation, competition, conflict: international bureaucracies and non-governmental organizations in an interdependent world." Review of International Political Economy 23.5 (September, 2016): 737-767. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Heiss, A; Johnson, T. "Internal, interactive, and institutional factors: A unified framework for understanding international nongovernmental organizations." International Studies Review 18.3 (January, 2016): 528-541. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Tana Johnson. "Internal, Interactive, and Institutional Factors: A Unified Framework for Understanding International Non-Governmental Organizations (with Andrew Heiss, Ph.D. student at Duke University)." International Studies Review (Forthcoming).
  7. Tana Johnson. "Exploring Generalizability, Dynamics, and Policy Implications in Organizational Progeny." International Politics Reviews (Forthcoming).
  8. Tana Johnson. "Information Revelation and Structural Supremacy: Understanding the World Trade Organization’s Incorporation of Environmental Policy." Review of International Organizations 10.2 (2015): 207-229.  [abs]
  9. Johnson, TANA. "Information Revelation and Structural Supremacy: The World Trade Organization’s Incorporation of Environmental Policy." Review of International Organizations 10.2 (2015): 207-229. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Johnson, T; Urpelainen, J. "International bureaucrats and the formation of intergovernmental organizations: Institutional design discretion sweetens the pot." International Organization 68.1 (January, 2014): 177-209. [repository], [doi]  [abs]
  11. Tana Johnson and Johannes Urpelainen. "International Bureaucrats and the Formation of Intergovernmental Organizations: Institutional Design Discretion Sweetens the Pot." International Organization 68.1 (2014): 177-209. [repo_A918yg2m] [Appendix] [Do-File, PDF] [Stata Data (manually re-save as file extension .dta if downloads as text file)[abs]
  12. Johnson, T. "Looking beyond States: Openings for international bureaucrats to enter the institutional design process." Review of International Organizations 8.4 (January, 2013): 499-519. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Johnson, T. "Institutional design and bureaucrats' impact on political control." Journal of Politics 75.1 (January, 2013): 183-197. [doi]  [abs]
  14. Johnson, T; Johannes, U. "A strategic theory of regime integration and separation." International Organization 66.4 (September, 2012): 645-677. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  15. Johnson, T. "Guilt by association: The link between states' influence and the legitimacy of intergovernmental organizations." Review of International Organizations 6.1 (January, 2011): 57-84. [available here], [doi]  [abs]

Chapters in Books

  1. Johnson, TL. "Liberal Institutionalism." International Organization and Global Governance. Ed. Weiss, T; Wilkenson, R Routledge, February, 2018  [abs]
  2. Tana Johnson with William Howell. "War's Contributions to Presidential Power." Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency. Oxford University Press, 2009

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