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Researcher: Murphy-Gregory, HL (Dr Hannah Murphy-Gregory)

Research Fields

International Relations
Public Policy
Political Science
Policy and Administration
Public Administration
Government and Politics of Asia and the Pacific
Economic Development Policy
Criminology
Sociology
Comparative Government and Politics
Taxation Law
Environment Policy
Australian Government and Politics

Research Impact

International Organisations
Government and Politics
International Political Economy (excl. International Trade)
International Relations
Public Services Policy Advice and Analysis
Social Ethics
Justice and the Law
Management of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Electricity Generation
Political Systems
International Agreements on Trade
Climate Change Mitigation Strategies

Career Best Publications

Forum shopping in global governance: understanding states, business and NGOs in multiple arenas; Global Policy
Global social justice at the WTO? The role of NGOs in constructing global social contracts; International Affairs
Rethinking the roles of non-governmental organisations at the World Trade Organization; Australian Journal of International Affairs
The Making of International Trade Policy: NGOs, Agenda-Setting and the WTO; Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
The World Bank and core labour standards: Between flexibility and regulation; Review of International Political Economy

Research Publications

Australian Journal of International Affairs of Rorden Wilkinson, 2014, ‘What’s Wrong with the WTO and how to Fix it’
Business and Sustainability; Springer
Business and Sustainability: An Introduction; Business and Sustainability: Between Government Pressure and Self-Regulation
Contesting 'globalisation from above': International non-governmental organisations and the prospects for global social contract; Civil society, religion and global governance: paradigms of power and persuasion
Democratic accountability in global governance: business and civil society in multiple arenas; The challenges of global business authority: democratic renewal, stalemate or decay?,
Forum Shopping and Global Governance; Rethinking international institution: diplomacy and impact on emerging world order
Forum Shopping and Global Governance; Asia–Europe Think Tanks’ Dialogue: “Rethinking International Institutions, Diplomacy and Impact on Emerging World Order
Forum shopping in global governance: understanding states, business and NGOs in multiple arenas; Global Policy
Global Social Justice at the WTO?; In Search of a People-Centred Order in Asia
Global social justice at the WTO? The role of NGOs in constructing global social contracts; International Affairs
Global social justice at the WTO? The roles of NGOs in constructing global social contracts; Research Handbook on Global Justice and International Economic Law
Governance via persuasion: ENGOs, social licence and Australian environmental policymaking; Australian Political Studies Association Conference
NGOs, Agenda-Setting and the WTO; APSA Conference
NGOs, Agenda-setting and the WTO
Norms, Interests and NGOs in the International System; APSA Conference
Rethinking the roles of non-governmental organisations at the World Trade Organization; Australian Journal of International Affairs
The Global Governance of Core Labour Standards: Policy Transfer and regime Complexity; Australasian Political Studies Association
The Making of International Trade Policy: NGOs, Agenda-Setting and the WTO; Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
The Practice of Private Governance: Precedents from Other Policy Arenas; International Public Policy Conference
The World Bank and core labour standards: Between flexibility and regulation; Review of International Political Economy

Research Projects

2009 R1 - 2009 World Congress of Political Science; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Forum Shopping and Regime Complexity: The International Trade Union Movement and the Campaign for Core Labour Standards; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

Environmental Policy and Governing Risk- An analysis and discussion of the political risks and issues of governing and policymaking associated with Australian bushfires and related Environmental policy decisions