Environmental and Nuclear Networks in the Global South: How Skills Shape International Cooperation

Published Research

No skills, no cooperation. That is the core finding of this book, which seeks to explain international inter-agency cooperation in the protection of the environment and the development of nuclear technology across the Global South.Read More

Cooperation and Innovation in Green Industries: International Environmental Networks in Emerging Markets

Funded Research Proposal

To what extent do environmental stakeholders cooperate with each other? Does collaboration breed innovation? Is there collaboration across environmental issue-areas? This study will (1) map the network of international collaboration in critical environmental issue-areas and (2) reveal the precise ways in which the interactions of four key stakeholders affect competition and innovation in the field.Read More

Nuclear Research Networks in Emerging Markets: Collaboration & Competition in High-Tech Fields

Working Papers

To what extent do nuclear scientists in different countries collaborate with each other? What is the network structure of collaboration and competition? We argue that nuclear research networks, formed by reciprocal and horizontal interactions among specialists and the institutions within which they are embedded, evolve across developing economies in response to fluctuations in government spending.Read More