Erin R. Graham
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The Diffusion of Policy Diffusion Research in Political Science
ER Graham, CR Shipan, C Volden
British Journal of Political Science 43 (3), 673-701, 2013
International Organizations as Collective Agents: Fragmentation and the Limits of Principal Control at the World Health Organization
ER Graham
European Journal of International Relations 20 (2), 366-390, 2014
Money and Multilateralism: How Funding Rules Constitute IO Governance
ER Graham
International Theory 7 (1), 162-194, 2015
The institutional design of funding rules at international organizations: Explaining the transformation in financing the United Nations
ER Graham
European Journal of International Relations 23 (2), 365-390, 2017
Follow the Money: How Trends in Financing Are Changing Governance at International Organizations
ER Graham
Global Policy 8, 15-25, 2017
Financing the United Nations: Explaining variation in how donors provide funding to the UN
AB Bayram, ER Graham
The Review of International Organizations 12 (3), 421-459, 2017
Efficient Orchestration? The Global Environment Facility in the Governance of Climate Adaptation
ER Graham, A Thompson
International Organizations as Orchestrators, edited by Kenneth Abbott …, 2015
The Communication of Ideas across Subfields in Political Science
ER Graham, CR Shipan, C Volden
PS: Political Science and Politics 47 (2), 468-476, 2014
The politics of IO performance: How the interests of donors and IO staff shape performance in the developing world
ER Graham
The Ohio State University, 2011
The promise and pitfalls of assembled institutions: Lessons from the global environment facility and UNAIDS
ER Graham
Global Policy 8 (1), 52-61, 2017
Money, power, and the United Nations: Examining the causes and consequences of voluntary funding
ER Graham
International Relations Faculty Colloquium, Princeton University, March 26th, 2012
Power, Control, and the Logic of Substitution in Institutional Design: The Case of International Climate Finance
ER Graham, A Serdaru
International Organization 74 (4), 671-706, 2020
Emergent Flexibility in Institutional Development: How International Rules Really Change
ZI Búzás, ER Graham
International Studies Quarterly 64 (4), 821-833, 2020
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