Alle Publikationen | Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar, D.Phil. (Oxon), Ph.D. (Cantab)

Bücher

Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Poverty Narratives and Power Paradoxes in International Trade Negotiations and Beyond, Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press
Plagemann, Johannes / Destradi, Sandra / Narlikar, Amrita (eds.) (2020), India Rising: A Multilayered Analysis of Ideas, Interests, and Institutions, New Delhi: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita / Narlikar, Aruna (2014), Bargaining with a Rising India: Lessons from the Mahabharata, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (ed.) (2013), Small States in Multilateral Economic Negotiations, Abingdon/New York: Routledge
Narlikar, Amrita / Daunton, Martin / Stern, Robert (eds.) (2012), The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), New Powers: How to become one and how to manage them, London/New York: Hurst Publications/Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (ed.) (2010), Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Narlikar, Amrita / Vickers, Brendan (eds.) (2009), Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff
Narlikar, Amrita (2005), The World Trade Organization: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (2000), Bargaining together in trade: developing countries in coalitions, 1982-98, Oxford: University of Oxford

Referierte Aufsätze

Narlikar, Amrita (2018), A Trade War on the Poor: How a Collapse of the WTO Would Hurt the Worst Off, in: Foreign Affairs, March 5
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), The Real Power of the G-20: Why the Summit in Hamburg Stood Out, in: Foreign Affairs, July 25
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), India's role in global governance: a Modi-fication? , in: International Affairs, 93, 1
Narlikar, Amrita / Tussie, Diana (2016), Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications, in: International Negotiation, 21, 2, 209 – 232
Narlikar, Amrita (2015), The Power of the Powerless: The Politics of Poverty at the Doha Round, in: Foreign Affairs, March 12
Narlikar, Amrita (2015), The Power Paradox, in: Current History, 114, 768, 29-33
Narlikar, Amrita / Priyadarshi, Shishir (2014), Empowering the Poor: The Successes and Limitations of the Bali Package for the LDCs, in: Third World Quarterly, 35, 6, 1051-1065
Narlikar, Amrita (2014), Making Room for Rising Powers, in: Current History, 100th Anniversary Issue, 113, 759, 33-35
Narlikar, Amrita / Kim, Dan (2013), Unfair Trade? The Fair-trade Movement does more harm than good, in: Foreign Affairs , April 4, online: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2018-03-05/trade-war-poor
Narlikar, Amrita (2013), Introduction: Negotiating the Rise of New Powers, in: International Affairs, 89, 3, 561-577
Narlikar, Amrita (2013), India rising: Responsible to whom?, in: International Affairs, 89, 3, 595-614
Narlikar, Amrita / Kumar, Rajiv (2012), From Pax Americana to Pax Mosaica: Bargaining over a New Economic Order, in: Political Quarterly, 83, 2, 384-394
Narlikar, Amrita (2011), Is India a Responsible Great Power?, in: Third World Quarterly, 32, 9, 1607-1621
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), New Powers in the Club: The Challenges of Global Trade Governance, in: International Affairs, 86, 3, 717-728
Narlikar, Amrita (2007), All that Glitters is not Gold: India’s Rise to Power, in: Third World Quarterly, 28, 5, 983-996
Narlikar, Amrita (2006), Fairness in International Trade Negotiations: Developing Countries in the GATT and WTO, in: The World Economy, 29, 8, 1005-1028
Narlikar, Amrita (2006), Peculiar Chauvinism or Strategic Calculation: Explaining the Negotiation Strategy of a Rising India, in: International Affairs, 82, 1, 77-94
Narlikar, Amrita / Wilkinson, Rorden (2004), Collapse at the WTO: a Cancun post‐mortem, in: Third World Quarterly, 25, 3, 417-430
Narlikar, Amrita / Tussie, Diana (2004), The G20 at the Cancun Ministerial: Developing Countries and their Evolving Coalitions in the WTO, in: World Economy, 27, 7, 947-966
King, Desmond / Narlikar, Amrita (2003), The New Risk Regulators?: International Organisations and Globalisation, in: Political Quarterly, 74, 3, 337-348

Aufsätze

Amrita, Narlikar (2020), Las políticas de los BRICS en medio de la pandemia, in: Gian Luca Gardini (ed.), El Mundo antes y después del Covid-19: Reflexiones intelectuales sobre la política, la diplomacia y las relaciones internacionales, Salmanca/Stockholm: European Institute of International Studies Press, 30-33
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), The politics of the BRICS amidst the pandemic, in: Gian Luca Gardini (ed.), The world before and after Covid-19: Intellectual reflections on politics, diplomacy and international relations, Salmanca/Stockholm: European Institute of International Studies Press, 28-31
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Deutschland im Sicherheitsrat der Vereinten Nationen: Multilateralismus reformieren, GIGA Focus Global, 02/2020, Hamburg: GIGA
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), As multilateral as apple pie: Managing a world of weaponized interdependence, in: The Security Times - Policy Briefs
Narlikar, Amrita (2019), Trade multilateralism in crisis: Limitations of current debates on reforming the WTO, and why a game-changer is necessary, in: Teddy Y. Soobramanien / Brendan Vickers / Hilary Enos-Edu (eds.), WTO Reform - Reshaping Global Trade Governance for 21st Century Challenges , London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 21-31
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), Kann die G20 die Globalisierung sichern?, GIGA Focus Global, 01/2017, Hamburg: GIGA
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), Setting the Stage, in: Frank-Walter Steinmeier (ed.), Breaches and Bridges: German Foreign Policy in Turbulent Times, New Jersey: World Scientific, 13-26
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), Globalisierung neu aushandeln, in: Wolfgang Ischinger / Dirk Messner (eds.), Deutschlands Neue Verantwortung: Die Zukunft der deutschen und europäischen Außen-, Entwicklungs- und Sicherheitspolitik, Berlin: Econ, 94-95
Narlikar, Amrita / Plagemann, Johannes (2016), Deutschlands strategische ­Partnerschaften: fünf Handlungsempfehlungen, GIGA Focus Global, 06/2016, Hamburg: GIGA
Narlikar, Amrita (2016), "Weil sie wichtig sind": Vielfalt anerkennen, Forschung globalisieren, GIGA Focus Global, 01/2016, Hamburg: GIGA
Narlikar, Amrita (2014), Unintended Consequences: The G20 as Global Governance, in: Caribbean Journal of International Relations & Diplomacy, 2, 3, 61-71
Narlikar, Amrita (2014), The Foreign Economic Policy of a Rising India, in: Rosemary Foot / Saadia Pekannen / John Ravenhill (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of East Asia, Oxford University Press: Oxford
Narlikar, Amrita (2013), Special Issue entitled “Negotiating the Rise of New Powers” (editor), in: International Affairs, 89, 3, 561–576
Narlikar, Amrita (2013), India’s trade politics: Continuity and change , in: Oluf Langhelle (ed.), International Trade Negotiations and Domestic Politics: the intermestic politics of trade liberalization, Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 102-120
Narlikar, Amrita (2013), The Doha Development Agenda , in: Andrew Cooper / Jorge Heine / Ramesh Thakur (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on Modern Diplomacy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 857-880
Bhagwati, Jagdish / Narlikar, Amrita (2013), Don’t Blame the Brands, in: Prospect Magazine (Online), 2 April
Coskeran, Helen / Kim, Dan / Narlikar, Amrita (2012), Trade in Manufactures and Agricultural Products: the Dangerous Link? , in: Martin Daunton / Amrita Narlikar / Robert Stern (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (2012), Evolving Trade Governance on the Formal-Informal Spectrum: The Case of the World Trade Organization, in: Thomas Christiansen / Christine Neuhold (eds.), International Handbook on Informal Governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 276-291
Narlikar, Amrita (2012), Collective Agency, Systemic Consequences: Bargaining Coalitions in the WTO, in: Amrita Narlikar / Martin Daunton / Robert Stern (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita / Daunton, Martin / Stern, Robert (2012), Introduction, in: Amrita Narlikar / Martin Daunton / Robert Stern (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (2011), Adapting to New Power Balances: Institutional Reform in the WTO, in: Thomas Cottier / Manfred Elsig (eds.), Governing the World Trade Organization: Past, Present, and Beyond Doha, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 111-128
Narlikar, Amrita (2011), Editorial: Small States in Multilateral Economic Negotiations, in: Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 100, 413, 119-124
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), Reforming Institutions: Unreformed India?, in: Alan Alexandroff / Andrew Cooper (eds.), Rising States, Rising Institutions: Challenges for Global Governance, Washington DC: Brookings
Druckman, Daniel / Narlikar, Amrita (2010), Conclusion, in: Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 254-279
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), Introduction, in: Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-22
Narlikar, Amrita / van Houten, Pieter (2010), Know the Enemy: Uncertainty and Deadlock in the WTO, in: Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 142-163
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), India’s Rise to Power: Where does East Africa fit in?, in: Review of African Political Economy, 37, 126, 451-464
Narlikar, Amrita / Vickers, Brendan (2009), Introduction & Conclusion, in: Amrita Narlikar / Brendan Vickers (eds.), Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff
Narlikar, Amrita (2009), Law and Legitimacy: the World Trade Organization, in: David Armstrong (ed.), Handbook of International Law, Routledge, 294-302
Narlikar, Amrita (2009), Reforming the Multilateral Trading System: The Lessons of the Doha Negotiations, in: Frank Trentmann (ed.), Is Free Trade Fair Trade? New perspectives on the World Trading System, Smith Institute
Narlikar, Amrita (2009), A Theory of Bargaining Coalitions, in: Amrita Narlikar / Brendan Vickers (eds.), Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff / Republic of Letters Publishing
Narlikar, Amrita / Tussie, Diana (2009), Multiple Access Points: Knowledge Generation for the Group of 20, in: Diana Tussie (ed.), The Politics of Trade: The Role of Research in Trade Policy and Negotiation, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff / Brill, 213-238
Narlikar, Amrita (2008), Power and Legitimacy: India and the World Trade Organization, in: India and Global Affairs, Inaugural Issue, 176-180
Narlikar, Amrita (2008), India and the World Trade Organization, in: Steve Smith / Tim Dunne / Amelia Hadfield (eds.), Foreign Policy: Theories, Actors, Cases, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (2008), What Rationality, Whose Design, Governance How?, in: Government and Opposition, 43, 1, 130-138
Narlikar, Amrita (2007), All’s Fair in Love and Trade? Negotiating the Doha Development Agenda, in: Donna Lee / Rorden Wilkinson (eds.), The WTO after Hong Kong: Progress in, and Prospects for, the Doha Development Agenda, London: Routledge, 189-204
Hurrell, Andrew / Narlikar, Amrita (2006), A New Politics of Confrontation? Brazil and India in Multilateral Trade Negotiations, in: Global Society, 20, 4, 415-433
Narlikar, Amrita / Odell, John (2006), The Strict Distributive Strategy for a Bargaining Coalition: the Like Minded Group and the World Trade Organization, 1998-2001, in: John Odell (ed.), Negotiating Trade: Developing Countries in the WTO and NAFTA, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 115-144
Narlikar, Amrita (2004), Who makes the rules? The politics of developing country participation and influence in the WTO, in: Simon Bromley / William Brown / Maureen Mackintosh / Marc Wuyts (eds.), Making the International: Economic Interdependence and Political Order, Open University, 75-93
Narlikar, Amrita (2004), Developing Countries and the WTO, in: Brian Hocking / Steven McGuire (eds.), Trade Politics (2nd ed.), London: Routledge, 133-145
Narlikar, Amrita (2004), The Ministerial Process and Power Dynamics in the WTO: Understanding Failure from Seattle to Cancun, in: New Political Economy, 9, 3, 413-428
Narlikar, Amrita / Woods, Ngaire (2003), Sectoral Coalitions: the Case of Services, in: Diana Tussie (ed.), Trade Negotiations in Latin America: Problems and Prospects, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 32-48
Narlikar, Amrita (2002), The Politics of Participation: Decision-Making Processes and Developing Countries in the WTO, in: The Round Table, The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 364, 171-185
Narlikar, Amrita (2002), ‘Café au Lait Diplomacy,’ for Diana Tussie and Miguel F. Lengyel, Developing Countries: Turning Participation into Influence, in: B. Hoekman / A. Mattoo / P. English (eds.), Trade, Development and the WTO: A Handbook, Washington DC: World Bank
Woods, Ngaire / Narlikar, Amrita (2001), La gestion des institutions et les limites de l’obligation redditionnelle: l’OMC, le FMI et la Banque mondiale, in: Revue internationale des sciences sociales, 170, 4, 627-643
Woods, Ngaire / Narlikar, Amrita (2001), Governance and Accountability: the WTO, the IMF and the World Bank, in: International Social Science Journal, 53, 170, 569-583
Narlikar, Amrita (2001), Inter-State Bargaining Coalitions in Services Negotiations: Interests of Developing Countries, in: Robert Stern (ed.), Services in the International Economy, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 435-460

Weitere

Narlikar, Amrita (2020), First world problems: Choosing lifestyle over life, in: Observer Research Foundation - Health Express
Narlikar, Amrita / Mattoo, Amitabh (2020), China’s Wolf Warrior Diplomacy: Why we are all Hong Kong now, in: Observer Research Foundation (ORF) - Raisina Debates
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Reflections on the EU-India Summit: Some small steps towards breaking a pattern of unrequited love?, in: Observer Research Foundation (ORF)
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Knowing one’s friends and allies: The politics of the BRICS amidst the pandemic, in: Observer Research Foundation (ORF) - Raisina Debates
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Germany’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, in: Observer Research Foundation (ORF) - Special Report, 108
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Multilateralism: Yet Another Victim of COVID19?, in: Blog No 8: SCRIPTS Cluster of Exellence
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), A Grand Bargain to Revive the WTO, in: Modernizing the World Trade Organization - A CIGI Essay Series
Mattoo, Amitabh / Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Rethink, Revive, Rescue: From the Pandemic to Multilateralism 2.0, in: Observer Research Foundation (ORF) - Expert Speak
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Reforming the World Trade Organization, in: Multilateralism 2.0: In Search of New Partnerships for the German and European Foreign Policy, March 2020, 32-36
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), The Coronavirus and Germany, in: Blog: Global Policy
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), The Malaise of Multilateralism and how to manage it, The Raisina Edit 2020, Observer Research Foundation (ORF)
Narlikar, Amrita (2020), Reforming the World Trade Organization, Heinrich Böll Stiftung
Narlikar, Amrita (2018), Global trade governance and the G20: Negotiating across deepening fault lines, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), Can the G20 Save Globalisation?, in: G20 Insights Platform
Narlikar, Amrita (2001), WTO Decision-Making and Developing Countries, in: Trade-Related Agenda, Development and Equity (T.R.A.D.E.) Working Papers, 11