Past Recipients

Year Recipient Title
2019 Liliana Andonova Governance Entrepreneurs: International Organizations and the Rise of Global Public-Private Partnerships
2018 Herman Salton (first prize) Dangerous Diplomacy
2017 Steven Jensen (first prize) The Making of International Human Rights
2017 Barbara Koremenos (second prize) The Continent of International Law
2017 Vincent Pouliot (second prize) International Pecking Order
2016 Hyeran Jo Compliant Rebels: Rebel Groups and International Law in World Politics
2015 Tana L. Johnson Organizational Progeny: Why Governments are Losing Control over the Proliferating Structures of Global Governance
2014 Katerina Linos The Democratic Foundations of Norm Diffusion: How Health, Family and Employment Laws Spread Across Countries
2013 Christina L. Davis Why Adjudicate? Enforcing Trade Rules in the WTO
2013 Judith G. Kelley Monitoring Democracy: When International Election Observation Works, and Why It Often Fails
2012 Susan D. Hyde The Pseudo-Democrat's Dilemma: Why Election Monitoring Became an International Norm
2012 Randall W. Stone International Organizations and the Global Economy
Severine Autesserre The Trouble with the Congo
Valerie Sperling Channels of Power: The UN Security Council and U.S. Statecraft in Iraq
2010 Alexander Thompson

2009 Benjamin Schiff Building the International Criminal Court
2009 Catherine Weaver Hypocrisy Trap: The World Bank and the Poverty of Reform
Ian Hurd After Anarchy: Legitimacy and Power in the UN Security Council
Craig N. Murphy The UN Development Programme: A Better Way?
Ken Conca Governing Water: Contentious Transnational Politics and Global Institution Building
2005 Roland Paris
At War’s End: Building Peace After Civil Conflict
Craig Parsons A Certain Idea of Europe
Craig Warkentin Reshaping World Politics: NGO's, the Internet, and Global Civil Society

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