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Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires
international environmental policy, climate change, UNFCCC
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About Me

I am Associate Professor at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I also hold the post of Reader in Politics and International Relations at the University of Sheffield (UK).

I am co-editor of Political Studies.

My research crosses the areas of global governance, global environmental politics, green political economy, and democratic theory. Overall, my research is concerned with the democratic quality of global governance, which involves questioning which voices are represented in debate, planning and decision-making, as well as how organisations make themselves accountable to people affected by their policies and practices.

Recent Publications

Hayley Stevenson (forthcoming 2017) Global Environmental Politics: Problems, Policy, and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Olaf Corry and Hayley Stevenson (eds) (forthcoming 2017) Traditions and Trends in Global Environmental Politics: International Relations and the Earth. Routledge.

Hayley Stevenson. 2016. ‘The Wisdom of the Many in Global Governance: An Epistemic-Democratic Defence of Diversity and Inclusion’, International Studies Quarterly 60(1): 400-412.

Hayley Stevenson 2016. ‘Contemporary Discourses of Green Political Economy: A Q Method Analysis’, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning. DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2015.1118681.

Hayley Stevenson. 2014. ‘Representing Green Radicalism: The limits of state-based representation in global climate governance’. Review of International Studies 40(1): 177-201.

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