Abraham Newman
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Escaping the international governance dilemma? Incorporated transgovernmental networks in the European Union
B Eberlein, AL Newman
Governance 21 (1), 25-52, 2008
2972008
The European regulatory state and global public policy: micro-institutions, macro-influence
D Bach, AL Newman
Journal of European Public Policy 14 (6), 827-846, 2007
2522007
Making global markets: Historical institutionalism in international political economy
H Farrell, AL Newman
Review of International Political Economy 17 (4), 609-638, 2010
1842010
Protectors of privacy: Regulating personal data in the global economy
A Newman
Cornell University Press, 2008
1722008
Domestic institutions beyond the nation-state: Charting the new interdependence approach
H Farrell, AL Newman
World Pol. 66, 331, 2014
1692014
Building transnational civil liberties: Transgovernmental entrepreneurs and the European data privacy directive
AL Newman
International Organization, 103-130, 2008
1602008
Weaponized interdependence: how global economic networks shape state coercion
H Farrell, AL Newman
International Security 44 (1), 42-79, 2019
1342019
Transgovernmental networks and domestic policy convergence: Evidence from insider trading regulation
D Bach, AL Newman
International Organization, 505-528, 2010
1322010
Self‐regulatory trajectories in the shadow of public power: Resolving digital dilemmas in Europe and the United States
AL Newman, D Bach
Governance 17 (3), 387-413, 2004
942004
How revolutionary was the digital revolution?: national responses, market transitions, and global technology
J Zysman, A Newman
Stanford Business Books, 2006
862006
The new interdependence approach: theoretical development and empirical demonstration
H Farrell, A Newman
Review of International Political Economy 23 (5), 713-736, 2016
802016
The international implications of China's fledgling regulatory state: From product maker to rule maker
D Bach, AL Newman, S Weber
New Political Economy 11 (4), 499-518, 2006
742006
The New Politics of Interdependence Cross-National Layering in Trans-Atlantic Regulatory Disputes
H Farrell, A Newman
Comparative Political Studies 48 (4), 0010414014542330, 2015
732015
The long arm of the law: Extraterritoriality and the national implementation of foreign bribery legislation
SC Kaczmarek, AL Newman
International Organization, 745-770, 2011
732011
Domestic drivers of transgovernmental regulatory cooperation
D Bach, A Newman
Regulation & Governance 8 (4), 395-417, 2014
542014
International interdependence and regulatory power: Authority, mobility, and markets
AL Newman, E Posner
European Journal of International Relations 17 (4), 589-610, 2011
542011
Governing lipitor and lipstick: capacity, sequencing, and power in international pharmaceutical and cosmetics regulation
D Bach, AL Newman
Review of International Political Economy 17 (4), 665-695, 2010
542010
Transnational feedback, soft law, and preferences in global financial regulation
A Newman, E Posner
Review of International Political Economy 23 (1), 123-152, 2016
492016
What the “right to be forgotten” means for privacy in a digital age
AL Newman
Science 347 (6221), 507-508, 2015
422015
The European Union as hardening agent: soft law and the diffusion of global financial regulation
A Newman, D Bach
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (3), 430-452, 2014
402014
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