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Global Benchmarking Publications


Bad Science: International Organizations and the Indirect Power of Global Benchmarking
Forthcoming article in European Journal of International Relations

Cite as: Broome, André, Alexandra Homolar, and Matthias Kranke (2018) ‘Bad Science: International Organizations and the Indirect Power of Global Benchmarking’, European Journal of International Relations 24, forthcoming.

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British International Studies Association (BISA)
Best Article Prize

The 2016 BISA Best Article Prize for Review of International Studies was awarded to André Broome & Joel Quirk for their article:

Governing the World at a Distance: The Practice of Global Benchmarking

Review of International Studies 41(5): pp. 819–41.

 

The Politics of Numbers: The Normative Agendas of Global Benchmarking
Special Issue of Review of International Studies

Cite as: Broome, André and Joel Quirk (eds) (2015) ‘The Politics of Numbers: The Normative Agendas of Global Benchmarking’, Review of International Studies 41(5) 813-1010.

Contributing authors: André Broome and Joel Quirk; Liam Clegg; James Harrison and Sharifah Sekalala; Alexandra Homolar; Caroline Kuzemko; Genevieve LeBaron and Jane Lister; Tony Porter; Leonard Seabrooke and Duncan Wigan; Ole Jacob Sending and Jon Harald Sande Lie.

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The Politics of Numbers: The Global Slavery Index and the Marketplace of Activism
Commentary published in openDemocracy: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery

Republished as: Broome, André and Joel Quirk (2015) ‘The Politics of Numbers: The Global Slavery Index and the Marketplace of Activism’ in
Forced Labour in the Global Economy: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery Short Course, Volume 2, edited by Genevieve LeBaron and Neil Howard,
68-73.
View in openDemocracy blog
View in Forced Labour in the Global Economy volume