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Conclusion: Pioneers, leaders, followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance re-assessed (2020)
Book Chapter
Paul, T., Wurzel, R., & Skou Andersen, M. (2021). Conclusion: Pioneers, leaders, followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance re-assessed. In R. K. Wurzel, M. S. Andersen, & P. Tobin (Eds.), Climate Governance across the Globe Pioneers, Leaders and Followers (259-267). Abingdon: Routledge

As outlined in Chapter 1, the core analytical themes of this book are: the conceptualisation of pioneers, leaders and followers within multilevel governance (MLG) and polycentric (climate) governance structures. These conceptual framings are overlapp... Read More about Conclusion: Pioneers, leaders, followers in multilevel and polycentric climate governance re-assessed.

Introduction: Climate governance across the globe: pioneers, leaders and followers (2020)
Book Chapter
Wurzel, R. K. W., Andersen, M. S., & Tobin, P. (2021). Introduction: Climate governance across the globe: pioneers, leaders and followers. In R. Wurzel, M. Skou Andersen, & P. Tobin (Eds.), Climate Governance across the Globe Pioneers, Leaders and Followers (3-20). Abingdon: Routledge

As outlined in this chapter, the core analytical themes of this book are: the conceptualisation of pioneers, leaders and followers within multilevel governance (MLG) and polycentric (climate) governance structures. These conceptual framings are overl... Read More about Introduction: Climate governance across the globe: pioneers, leaders and followers.

Alternative histories and futures of International Fisheries Law (2018)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R. (in press). Alternative histories and futures of International Fisheries Law. In Strengthening International Fisheries Law in an era of changing oceansBloomsbury Publishing

Counterfactual thinking is used to analyse historical events or the effectiveness of political regimes. It is also used to show the contingency of events. What if we were to apply counterfactual thinking to the international regulation of fisheries?... Read More about Alternative histories and futures of International Fisheries Law.

The pursuit of good regulatory design principles in International Fisheries law: What possibility of smarter international regulation? (2018)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R. (in press). The pursuit of good regulatory design principles in International Fisheries law: What possibility of smarter international regulation?. In Smart Mixes of Environmental Governance edited by Niels Philipsen, Judith van Erp, Andre Nollkaemper, and Michael Faure, tbc. Cambridge University Press (CUP)

There is a growing body of literature that explores the effectiveness of different regulatory approaches and tools (e.g. Gunningham and Sinclair 1999, Van Gossum et al 2010, Baldwin et al 2012). This is sometimes referred to as smart regulation, resp... Read More about The pursuit of good regulatory design principles in International Fisheries law: What possibility of smarter international regulation?.

Flag states (2015)
Book Chapter
Barnes, R. (2015). Flag states. In D. Rothwell, A. Oude Elferink, K. Scott, & T. Stephens (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the Law of the Sea, 304-325. Oxford: Oxford University Press (OUP)

Flag State jurisdiction provides one of the principal ways of maintaining legal order over activities at sea, although its significance has lessened as a consequence of extensions in coastal State jurisdiction over ocean spaces. Any State may grant... Read More about Flag states.