All Publications | Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar, D.Phil. (Oxon), Ph.D. (Cantab)

Books

Narlikar, Amrita (2014), Small States in Multilateral Economic Negotiations, Abingdon: Routledge
Narlikar, Amrita / Narlikar, Aruna (2014), Bargaining with a Rising India: Lessons from the Mahabharata, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Daunton, Martin / Narlikar, Amrita / 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

Refereed Articles

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, in: Foreign Affairs, online
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 (2013), India rising: Responsible to whom?, in: International Affairs, 89, 3, 595-614
Narlikar, Amrita / Kim, Dan (2013), Unfair Trade? The Fair-trade Movement does more harm than good, in: Foreign Affairs (Online), 4 April
Narlikar, Amrita (2013), Introduction: Negotiating the Rise of New Powers, in: International Affairs, 89, 3, 561-577
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), Peculiar Chauvinism or Strategic Calculation: Explaining the Negotiation Strategy of a Rising India, in: International Affairs, 82, 1, 77-94
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 / 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
Narlikar, Amrita / Wilkinson, Rorden (2004), Collapse at the WTO: a Cancun post‐mortem, in: Third World Quarterly, 25, 3, 417-430
King, Desmond / Narlikar, Amrita (2003), The New Risk Regulators?: International Organisations and Globalisation, in: Political Quarterly, 74, 3, 337-348

Articles

Narlikar, Amrita (2017), Can the G20 Save Globalisation?, GIGA Focus Global, 01/2017, Hamburg: GIGA
Narlikar, Amrita (2017), Globalisierung neu aushandeln, in: Wolfgang Ischinger / Dirk Messner (eds.), Deutschlands Neue Verantwortung, Berlin: Econ, 94-95
Narlikar, Amrita / Plagemann, Johannes (2016), Making the Most of Germany’s Strategic Partnerships: A Five-Point Proposal, GIGA Focus Global, 06/2016, Hamburg: GIGA
Narlikar, Amrita (2016), "Because They Matter": Recognise Diversity—Globalise Research, GIGA Focus Global, 01/2016, Hamburg
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), 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
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), 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 (2012), Evolving Trade Governance on the Formal-Informal Spectrum, in: Thomas Christiansen / Christine Neuhold (eds.), Handbook of Informal Governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
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 WTO: Past, Present, and Beyond Doha, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
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 / 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
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), Reforming Institutions: Unreformed India?, in: Alan Alexandroff / Andrew Cooper (eds.), Rising States, Rising Institutions: Can the World be Governed?, Washington DC: Brookings
Druckman, Daniel / Narlikar, Amrita (2010), Conclusion, in: Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Narlikar, Amrita (2010), Introduction, in: Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
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 (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
Narlikar, Amrita / Vickers, Brendan (2009), Introduction & Conclusion, in: Amrita Narlikar / Brendan Vickers (eds.), Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff / Republic of Letters Publishing
Narlikar, Amrita (2009), Law and Legitimacy: the World Trade Organization, in: David Armstrong (ed.), Handbook of International Law, Routledge, 294-302
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 WTO, in: Steve Smith / Tim Dunne / Amelia Hadfield (eds.), Foreign Policy Analysis in International Relations, 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.), Endgame at the WTO? Reflections on the Doha Development Agenda, London: Routledge
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, in: John Odell (ed.), Negotiating Trade; Developing Countries in the WTO & NAFTA, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
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), 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), 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

Miscellaneous

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