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

Books Published

  1. 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
  2. E. Weinthal. "State Making and Environmental Cooperation: Linking Domestic and International Politics in Central Asia."  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002 * 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

Book Chapters

  1. D. Gallagher and E.S. Weinthal. "Corporate Social Responsibility: Out of the Shadows of Environmental Regulation." Paul Steinberg and Stacy Vandeveer, eds, Comparative Environmental Politics (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press) 2012.
  2. E. Weinthal and A. Vengosh. "Water and Conflict: Moving from the Global to the Local." R. Parker and M. Sommer, editors, Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health 2010.

Papers Published

  1. K. O’Neill, E. Weinthal, K. Marion Suiseeya, S. Bernstein, A. Cohen, M. Stone, and B. Cashore. "Methods and Global Environmental Governance." Annual Review of Environment & Resources 38 (2013): 441-471.
  2. P. Faeth and E.S. Weinthal. "How Access to Clean Water Prevents Conflict." Solutions 3.1 (2012): 70-76. [1037]
  3. 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. [available here]
  4. N. Zawahri, J. Sowers, and E. Weinthal. "The Politics of Assessment: Water and Sanitation MDGs in the Middle East." Development & Change 42.5 (2011): 1153–1178.
  5. E. Weinthal, J. Troell, and M. Nakayama. "Water and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding: Introduction." Water International 36.2 (2011): 143-53.
  6. 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.
  7. 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]
  8. 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.
  9. B. Hudson and E.S. 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).
  10. B. Daniels, E. Weinthal and B. Hudson. "Is an Exemption from U.S. Groundwater Regulations a Loophole or Noose?." Policy Sciences 41 (2008): 205-220.
  11. P. Jones Luong & E. Weinthal. "Rethinking the Resource Curse: Ownership Structure, Institutional Capacity, and Domestic Constraints." Annual Review of Political Science 9 (2006): 241-263.
  12. E. Weinthal & P. Jones Luong. "Combating the Resource Curse: An Alternative Solution to Managing Mineral Wealth." Perspectives on Politics 4.1 (2006): 35-53. [the%20Resource%20Curse.pdf]
  13. E. Weinthal, Y. Parag, A. Vengosh, A. Muti, & W. Kloppmann, ". "The EU Drinking Water Directive: The Boron Standard and Scientific Uncertainty." European Environment 15.1 (2005): 1-12.
  14. Weinthal, E., Vengosh, A. Marie, A., Gutierrez A, & Kloppmann, W.. "The Water Crisis in the Gaza Strip: Prospects for remediation." Ground Water 43 (2005): 653-660. [pdf]
  15. E. Weinthal. "From Environmental Peacemaking to Environmental Peacekeeping." Environmental Change and Security Project Report 10 (2004): 19-22.
  16. P. Jones Luong & E. Weinthal. "Contra Coercion: Russian Tax Reform, Exogenous Shocks and Negotiated Institutional Change." American Political Science Review 98.1 (2004): 139-152.
  17. E. Weinthal & Y. Parag. "Two Steps Forward, One Step Backward: Societal Capacity and Israel's Implementation of the Barcelona Convention and Mediterranean Action Plan." Global Environmental Politics 3.1 (2003): 51-71.
  18. P. Jones Luong & E. Weinthal. "New Friends, New Fears in Central Asia." Foreign Affairs (March-April, 2002).
  19. E. Weinthal & A. Marei. "One Resource, Two Visions: The Prospects for Israeli-Palestinian Water Cooperation." Water International 27.4 (2002).
  20. P. Jones Luong & 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.
  21. E. Weinthal. "Sins of Omission: Constructing Negotiating Sets in the Aral Sea Basin." Journal of Environment and Development (March, 2001).
  22. E. Weinthal & P. Jones Luong. "Energy Wealth and Tax Reform in Russia and Kazakhstan." Resources Policy 27.4 (2001): 215-223.

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