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International Institutions, International Law, International Political Economy
Hyeran Jo studies international institutions, international law, and international political economy. Her research deals with the working of international organizations, the design of international rules and agreements, and the question of compliance with international law by non-state actors. She teaches courses in international relations and research design.
- POLS 209: Introduction to Political Science Research
- POLS 306: Contemporary Political Problems and Issues
- POLS 331: Introduction to World Politics
- POLS 606: Advanced Research Methods for Political Scientists
- POLS 630: International Politics
Jo, Hyeran and Beth Simmons. Forthcoming. “Can the International Criminal Court Deter Atrocity?” International Organization.
Jo, Hyeran. 2015. Compliant Rebels: Rebel Groups and International Law in World Politics. Cambridge University Press. Part of Problems of International Politics series [edited by Ian Shapiro and Keith Darden]
Jo, Hyeran and Catarina Thomson. 2013. “Legitimacy and Compliance with International Law: Access to Detainees in Civil Conflicts 1991-2006” British Journal of Political Science.
Jo, Hyeran and Katherine Bryant. 2013. “Taming of the Warlords: Commitment and Compliance by Armed Opposition Groups” in Risse, Thomas, Stephen Ropp, and Kathryn Sikkink (eds.) From Commitment to Compliance: The Persistent Power of Human Rights. Cambridge University Press.
Jo, Hyeran and Hyun Namgung. 2012. “Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in Preferential Trade Agreements: Democracy, Boilerplates, and the Multilateral Trade Regime.” Journal of Conflict Resolution.
Current Research Project:
Project Title: Rebel Groups and International Law
Project Sponsor: National Science Foundation (SES #1260218)
Project Website: http://hyeranjo.wix.com/compliantrebels