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.
- Brian Greenhill (2015) Transmitting Rights: International Organizations and the Diffusion of Human Rights Practices. Oxford University Press. [book] [online appendix] [replication archive]
Articles in peer-reviewed journals:
- Brian Greenhill and Michael Strausz (2014) "Explaining Nonratification of the Genocide Convention: A Nested Analysis", Foreign Policy Analysis. [article] [replication data]
- 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]
- 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]
- Brian Greenhill (2010) "The Company You Keep: International Socialization and the Diffusion of Human Rights Norms", International Studies Quarterly, 54: 127-145. [article] [replication data]
- Michael D. Ward, Brian Greenhill and Kristin Bakke (2010) "The Perils of Policy by p-value: Predicting Civil Conflicts", Journal of Peace Research, 46 (4): 363-375. [article] [replication data]
- 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]
- Brian Greenhill (2008) "Recognition and Collective Identity Formation in International Politics", European Journal of International Relations, 14 (2): 343-368. [article]
Work in Progress
- ``Clubs of Clubs: A Networks Approach to the Logic of Membership in Intergovernmental Organizations.'' (with Yonatan Lupu). Revise and Resubmit at International Studies Quarterly.
- ``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).
- ``Demographic Shifts and Conflict'' (with Stephen G. Brooks, Deborah Jordan Brooks and Mark L. Haas)
- ``The California Effect Across Policy Domains: Bilateral Trade, Domestic Conditions, and the Diffusion of Rights'' (with Xun Cao and Aseem Prakash)
- ``Friends as Advocates:” Explaining NGO Participation at International Tribunals'' (with Paul Strauch)