top of page
International Economic Thinkers-Profile: M. Snyder & M. Tadesse
ECOINT IET Profile #3
What Do We Learn about War and Peace from Women International Thinkers?
Global Studies Quarterly, 3(1)
International Economic Thinkers-Profile: Edith Penrose
ECOINT IET Profile #1
International Economic Thinkers-Profile: Anila Graham
ECOINT IET Profile #2
Freeing markets and democratizing economics : regional development, global integration, and the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
EUI Working Paper HEC 2023/01
Sluga, Glenda & Sabine Selchow
"Business and the Planetary History of International Environmental Governance in the 1970s"
Contemporary European History , 31(4): 553 - 569 (with Ben Huf)
"Rethinking Nationalism: Nationalism as Historical Method"
American Historical Review, 27(1)
The Invention of International Order: Remaking Europe after Napoleon
Princeton University Press
"Twentieth-Century International Economic Thinking, and the Complex History of Globalization: A New Research Programme"
EUI Working Paper HEC 2021/01
"‘Sleepwalking’ from planetary thinking to the end of the international order"
EUI Working Paper HEC 2021/02
"Sewing Machines for Socialism?: Gifts of Development and Disagreement between the Soviet and Mozambican Women's Committees, 1963–87"
Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East 41(1): 27–40
"Economic decolonization and international economic thinking at the UN regional commission for Africa (UNECA) : a research agenda"
EUI Working Paper HEC 2022/03
"Planetary disasters: moving the UN disaster risk reduction framework into cosmopolitised reality"
Environmental Politics 31(1): 28-48
"From “economic and social questions” to national containers and two notions of ‘political’: a systematic analysis of the symbolic construction of ‘economic problems’ in the LoN’s Bruce Report (1939)"
EUI Working Paper 2022/07
"Business transnationalism, looking from the outside in"
Nationalism and Internationalism Intertwined. Berghain (edited by Pasi Ihalainen and Antero Holmila)
"The Interplay of East and West, Points of Conflict and Cooperation (1955): Barbara Ward"
With the World to Choose From. McGill University Press (edited by Brett Hooton et al)
Peacemaking and International Order after the First World War
Cambridge University Press (edited with Peter Jackson and William Mulligan)
bottom of page