James Hollway
James Hollway
Associate Professor of International Relations/Political Science, Geneva Graduate Institute
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Beyond trade: The expanding scope of the non-trade agenda in trade agreements
K Milewicz, J Hollway, C Peacock, D Snidal
Journal of Conflict Resolution 62 (4), 743-773, 2018
Global Environmental Outlook GEO-6: Healthy Planet, Healthy People
UN Environment Programme
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Dynamic network actor models: Investigating coordination ties through time
C Stadtfeld, J Hollway, P Block
Sociological Methodology 47, 1-40, 2017
What we know (and could know) about international environmental agreements
RB Mitchell, LB Andonova, M Axelrod, J Balsiger, T Bernauer, JF Green, ...
Global Environmental Politics 20 (1), 103-121, 2020
Change we can believe in: Comparing longitudinal network models on consistency, interpretability, and predictive power
P Block, J Koskinen, J Hollway, C Steglich, C Stadtfeld
Social Networks 52, 180-191, 2018
The trade regime as a complex adaptive system: Exploration and exploitation of environmental norms in trade agreements
JF Morin, J Pauwelyn, J Hollway
Journal of International Economic Law 20 (2), 365–390, 2017
Multilevel embeddedness: The case of the global fisheries governance complex
J Hollway, J Koskinen
Social Networks 44, 281-294, 2016
Multilevel social spaces: The network dynamics of organizational fields
J Hollway, A Lomi, F Pallotti, C Stadtfeld
Network Science 5 (2), 187-212, 2017
Multimodal political networks
D Knoke, M Diani, J Hollway, D Christopoulos
Cambridge University Press, 2021
Multilevel bilateralism and multilateralism: States’ bilateral and multilateral fisheries treaties and their secretariats
J Hollway, J Koskinen
Multilevel Network Analysis for the Social Sciences: Theory, Methods and …, 2016
DyNAMs and the grounds for actor-oriented network event models: A response to Snijders and Butts
C Stadtfeld, J Hollway, P Block
Sociological Methodology 47, 56-67, 2017
Collective pride and collective hubris in organizations
GB Sullivan, J Hollway
Sullivan, Gavin Brent (Hg.), Understanding collective pride andgroup …, 2014
Structural conditions for novelty: The introduction of new environmental clauses to the trade regime complex
J Hollway, JF Morin, J Pauwelyn
International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 20 (1 …, 2020
The evolution of global fisheries governance, 1960-2010
J Hollway
University of Oxford, 2015
Circular specifications and “predicting” with information from the future: Errors in the empirical SAOM - TERGM comparison of Leifeld & Cranmer (2019)
P Block, J Hollway, C Stadtfeld, J Koskinen, T Snijders
Network Science 10 (1), 2022
goldfish: Statistical network models for dynamic network data
C Stadtfeld, J Hollway
R package, 2018
Taking stock and moving forward
F Biermann, RE Kim, KW Abbott, J Hollway, R Mitchell, M Scobie
Architectures of Earth System Governance, 299-321, 2020
What's complex about regime complexity? It depends
J Hollway
Complexity, Governance and Networks 6 (1), 68-81, 2021
Finding fatalism, or, how to take cynics seriously
J Hollway, CP Enrico
Department of Anthropology, University College London. Paper Presented at …, 2014
Four galore: Overlap between Mary Douglas' grid-group typology and other highly cited social science classifications
M Verweij, P Alexandrova, H Jacobsen, P Béziat, D Branduse, Y Dege, ...
Sociological Theory 38 (3), 263-294, 2020
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