People: Research Faculty
Professor Barbara Koremenos received her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and is now Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan. She received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for her research – the first such winner to study international relations and law. She has given seminars in the United States, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Latvia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. Her award-winning book, The Continent of International Law: Explaining Agreement Design(Cambridge University Press 2016), focuses on how international law can be structured to make international cooperation most successful. She is currently serving on her second National Academies of Sciences panel, making policy recommendations based on her research.
The Continent of International Law: Explaining Agreement Design, Cambridge University Press, 2016.
“The Role of State Leadership in the Incidence of International Cooperation,” Global Policy 6(3): 237–246, September 2015.
“What’s Left Out and Why? Informal Provisions within Formal International Law,” Review of International Organizations, Vol. 8, 2: 137-62, June 2013.
Koremenos, B., If Only Half of International Agreements Have Dispute Resolution Provisions, Which Half Needs Explaining? The journal of legal studies, 2007. 36(1): p. 189.
Koremenos, B., Contracting around International Uncertainty. The American Political Science Review, 2005. 99(4): p. 549.