My research examines the ways in which economic and social globalization facilitate the diffusion of norms relating to various forms of human rights, including labor rights and women's rights.
Replication data for all of my published work is available for download from my page on the IQSS data archive.
2. Xun Cao, Brian Greenhill and Aseem Prakash (2013) "Where is the Tipping Point? Bilateral Trade and the Diffusion of Human Rights, 1982-2004'', British Journal of Political Science 43 (1): 133-156. [article] [replication data]
3. Brian Greenhill, Michael D. Ward and Audrey Sacks (2011) "The Separation Plot: A New Visual Method for Evaluating the Fit of Models with Categorical Outcomes", American Journal of Political Science 55 (3): 1-13. [article] [replication data] [R package]
6. Brian Greenhill, Layna Mosley and Aseem Prakash (2009) "Trade-based Diffusion of Labor Rights: A Panel Study, 1986-2002", American Political Science Review, 103 (4): 169-190. [article] [replication data]
7. Brian Greenhill (2008) "Recognition and Collective Identity Formation in International Politics", European Journal of International Relations, 14 (2): 343-368. [article]
Work in Progress
Book project: "Transmitting Rights: International Organizations and the Diffusion of Human Rights Practices." A link to the doctoral dissertation on which this project is based can be found here.
"'The Networked Peace: Intergovernmental Organizations, Preferences and International Conflict" (with Yonatan Lupu)
"Understanding the Non-Linear Relationship between Economic Development and War" (with Stephen G. Brooks)