Publications of Erika S. Weinthal    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Books Published

  1. PJ Luong and E Weinthal. "Oil Is Not a Curse: Ownership Structure and Institutions in Soviet Successor States."  Cambridge University Press, August, 2010: 425 pages.  [abs]
  2. P. Jones Luong and E. Weinthal. "Oil is not a Curse: Ownership Structure and Institutions in Soviet Successor States (New York: Cambridge University Press).."  2010
  3. E Weinthal. "State Making and Environmental Cooperation: Linking Domestic and International Politics in Central Asia."  MIT Press, 2002: 274 pages. * Recipient of the 2003 Chadwick Alger Prize of the International Organization Section of the International Studies Association. * Recipient of the 2003 Lynton Keith Caldwell Prize for the best book on environmental politics published in the past 3 years from the American Political Science Association  [abs]

Papers Submitted

  1. N Zawahri. "The World Bank and Negotiating the Red Sea and Dead Sea Water Conveyance Project." Global Environmental Politics 14.4 (November, 2014): 55-74. [doi]
  2. J Kravchenko, T Rango, I Akushevich, B Atlaw, PG McCornick, RB Merola, C Paul, E Weinthal, C Harrison, A Vengosh and M Jeuland. "The effect of non-fluoride factors on risk of dental fluorosis: evidence from rural populations of the Main Ethiopian Rift.." The Science of the total environment 488-489.1 (August, 2014): 595-606. [doi]  [abs]

Book Chapters

  1. E Weinthal and D Gallagher. "Corporate Social Responsibility: Out of the Shadows of Environmental Regulation." Comparative Environmental Politics. Ed. PF Steinberg and SD VanDeveer. MIT Press, (2012): 424 pages.  [abs]
  2. E Weinthal and A Vengosh. "Water and Conflict: Moving from the Global to the Local." Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health. Ed. R Parker and M Sommer. Taylor & Francis, (December, 2010): 504 pages.  [abs]

Papers Published

  1. E Weinthal, N Zawahri and J Sowers. "Securitizing Water, Climate, and Migration in Israel, Jordan, and Syria." International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 15.3 (September, 2015): 293-307. [doi]
  2. MF Johnson, C Hannah, L Acton, R Popovici, KK Karanth and E Weinthal. "Network environmentalism: Citizen scientists as agents for environmental advocacy." Global Environmental Change 29 (November, 2014): 235-245. [doi]
  3. E Weinthal. "Oil for food: the global food crisis and the Middle East." Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 6.4 (October, 2014): 297-298. [doi]
  4. T Rango, A Vengosh, M Jeuland, R Tekle-Haimanot, E Weinthal, J Kravchenko, C Paul and P McCornick. "Fluoride exposure from groundwater as reflected by urinary fluoride and children's dental fluorosis in the Main Ethiopian Rift Valley.." The Science of the total environment 496 (October, 2014): 188-197. [doi]  [abs]
  5. J Kravchenko, T Rango, I Akushevich, B Atlaw, PG McCornick, RB Merola, C Paul, E Weinthal, C Harrison, A Vengosh and M Jeuland. "The effect of non-fluoride factors on risk of dental fluorosis: Evidence from rural populations of the Main Ethiopian Rift." Science of the Total Environment 488-489.1 (August, 2014): 595-606. [doi]  [abs]
  6. K O'Neill, E Weinthal, KRM Suiseeya, S Bernstein, A Cohn, MW Stone and B Cashore. "Methods and Global Environmental Governance." ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES, VOL 38 38 (2013): 441-471. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  7. DR Gallagher and E Weinthal. "Business-state relations and the environment: The evolving role of corporate social responsibility." scopus (December, 2012): 143-170.
  8. P. Faeth and E.S. Weinthal. "How Access to Clean Water Prevents Conflict." Solutions 3.1 (2012): 70-76. [1037]
  9. E Weinthal, J Troell and M Nakayama. "Water and post-conflict peacebuilding: Introduction." Water International 36.2 (2011): 143-153. [doi]  [abs]
  10. N Zawahri, J Sowers and E Weinthal. "The politics of assessment: water and sanitation MDGs in the Middle East.." Dev Change 42.5 (2011): 1153-1178. [22175085]  [abs]
  11. J Sowers, A Vengosh and E Weinthal. "Climate change, water resources, and the politics of adaptation in the Middle East and North Africa." Climatic Change 104.3-4 (2011): 599-627. [repository], [doi]  [abs]
  12. K Lawlor, E Weinthal and L Olander. "Institutions and policies to protect rural livelihoods in REDD + regimes." Global Environmental Politics 10.4 (2010): 1-11. [repository], [doi]
  13. S Starobin and E Weinthal. "The search for credible information in social and environmental global governance: The Kosher label." Business and Politics 12.3 (2010). [art8], [doi]  [abs]
  14. E Weinthal and K Watters. "The Transformation of Environmental Activism in Central Asia: From Dependent to Interdependent Activism." Environmental Politics 19.5 (2010): 782-807. [doi]  [abs]
  15. E Weinthal and K Watters. "Transnational environmental activism in central Asia: The coupling of domestic law and international conventions." Environmental Politics 19.5 (2010): 782-807. [doi]  [abs]
  16. B Hudson and ES Weinthal. "Seeing the Global Forest for the Trees: How US Federalism can coexist with Global Governance of Forests." Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research (2009).
  17. B Daniels, E Weinthal and B Hudson. "Is an exemption from US groundwater regulations a loophole or a noose?." Policy Sciences 41.3 (2008): 205-220. [doi]  [abs]
  18. E Weinthal, A Vengosh, A Marei, A Gutierrez and W Kloppmann. "Authors' reply." Ground Water 45.6 (2007): 662-663. [doi]
  19. PJ Luong and E Weinthal. "Rethinking the resource curse: Ownership structure, institutional capacity, and domestic constraints." Annual Review of Political Science 9 (2006): 241-263. [doi]  [abs]
  20. E Weinthal and PJ Luong. "Combating the resource curse: An alternative solution to managing mineral wealth." Perspectives on Politics 4.1 (2006): 35-53. [the%20Resource%20Curse.pdf], [doi]  [abs]
  21. E Weinthal, A Vengosh, A Marei and W Kloppmann. "The water crisis in the gaza strip: prospects for resolution.." Ground Water 43.5 (2005): 653-660. [16149960], [doi]  [abs]
  22. E Weinthal, Y Parag, A Vengosh, A Muti and W Kloppmann. "The EU Drinking Water Directive: The Boron standard and scientific uncertainty." European Environment 15.1 (2005): 1-12. [doi]  [abs]
  23. A Vengosh, E Weinthal and W Kloppmann. "Natural boron contamination in Mediterranean groundwater." Geotimes 49.5 (2004): 20-25.  [abs]
  24. PJ Luong and E Weinthal. "Contra Coercion: Russian Tax Reform, Exogenous Shocks, and Negotiated Institutional Change." American Political Science Review 98.1 (2004): 139-152.  [abs]
  25. E Weinthal. "From Environmental Peacemaking to Environmental Peacekeeping." Environmental Change and Security Project Report 10 (2004): 19-22.
  26. E Weinthal and Y Parag. "Two Steps Forward, One Step Backward: Societal Capacity and Israel's Implementation of the Barcelona Convention and the Mediterranean Action Plan." Global Environmental Politics 3.1 (2003): 51-71.  [abs]
  27. E Weinthal and A Marei. "One resource two visions: The prospects for Israeli-Palestinian water cooperation." Water International 27.4 (2002): 460-467.  [abs]
  28. PJ Luong and E Weinthal. "New friends, new fears in Central Asia." Foreign Affairs 81.2 (March-April, 2002): 61-70.
  29. P Jones Luong and E Weinthal. "Prelude to the Resource Curse: Oil and Gas Development Strategies in Central Asia and Beyond." Comparative Political Studies 34.4 (May, 2001): 367-399.  [abs]
  30. E Weinthal. "Sins of omission: Constructing negotiating sets in the Aral Sea Basin." Journal of Environment and Development 10.1 (March, 2001): 50-79.  [abs]
  31. E Weinthal and PJ Luong. "Energy wealth and tax reform in Russia and Kazakhstan." Resources Policy 27.4 (2001): 215-223. [doi]  [abs]
  32. PJ Luong and E Weinthal. "Prelude to the resource curse: Explaining oil and gas development strategies in the Soviet successor states and beyond." Comparative Political Studies 34.4 (2001): 367-399.  [abs]
  33. PJ Luong and E Weinthal. "The NGO Paradox: Democratic goals and non-democratic outcomes in Kazakhstan." Europe - Asia Studies 51.7 (1999): 1267-1284. [doi]  [abs]

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