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Publications by Katerina Linos


BOOKS

The Democratic Foundations of Policy Diffusion: How Health, Family and Employment Laws Spread Across Countries, Oxford University Press (2013)

PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Human Rights Backsliding, forthcoming, California Law Review (2014) - PDF Version (556 Kb)

Modeling Domestic Politics in International Law Scholarship (with Jerome Hsiang), forthcoming, Chicago Journal of International Law (2014)

Diffusion through Democracy, 55 American Journal of Political Science 678 (2011) - PDF Version (2.3 Mb)

Path Dependence in Discrimination Law, Yale Journal of International Law (2010) - PDF Version (440 Kb)

Effects of Reproductive and Demographic Changes on Breast Cancer Incidence in China (with Graham Colditz and others), 19 Journal of the National Cancer Institute 1352 (2008) - PDF Version (275 Kb)

How Can International Organizations Shape Welfare States? Evidence from Compliance with European Union Directives, 40 Comparative Political Studies 547 (2007) - PDF Version (107 Kb)

Are Socialists a Woman's Best Friend? Equality Policies in the Spanish Regions, 10 Journal of European Public Policy 438 (2003) - PDF Version (142 Kb)

Self-interest, Social Beliefs and Attitudes to Redistribution (with Martin West), 19 European Sociological Review 393 (2003) - PDF Version (204 Kb)

SHORT PIECES

Legislative Borrowing, American Society of International law Proceedings (2012) - PDF Version (242 Kb)

How International Norms Shape Voter Choices, 101 American Society of International Law Proceedings 278 (2009) - PDF Version (127 Kb)

Book Note, Are American Human Rights Groups Exceptional in their Silence?, 119 Harvard Law Review 1031 (2006) - PDF Version (251 Kb)

Book Review of Territorial Politics of Welfare, 29 West European Politics 612 (2006) - PDF Version (86 Kb)

When Do Policy Innovations Spread?, 119 Harvard Law Review 1467 (note) (2006) - PDF Version (1.32 Mb)

Book Note, Measuring the Costs of Humanitarian Efforts, 118 Harvard Law Review 1031 (2005) - PDF Version (518 Kb)

CHAPTERS

What Happens When Soft Law Hardens? National Human Rights Institutions and the International Human Rights System (with Tom Pegram), in R. Goodman and B. Simmons (eds.), Implementing Commitments, forthcoming, Cambridge University Press (2014) - PDF Version (345 Kb)

Understanding Greek Immigration Policy, in D. Keridis, ed., New Approaches to Balkan Studies (2003) - PDF Version (3.97 Mb)