By Subject Area

Plays and Essays

Brexit

Demoicracy

Sustainable Integration

Justice Beyond the State

European Narratives

Memory and Identity

Rule of Law

Constitutionalism, Federalism & Institutions

The Post-Colonial, Standards of Civilisation and Decentering IR

Europe in the World, Transatlantic Relations

Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe

EU Enlargement and Neighbourhood

EU Borders

EU Trade Policy

Mutual Recognition, Regulatory Cooperation and Competition

Global Governance, Ethics and Trade

Trade in Services, Global Information Economy

Preventative Diplomacy- United Nations

Negotiation Theory

Plays and Essays

  • R2P: State of Play” with Sam Sussman “, The International Spectator, 51:2, 9-18 2016
  • “Epilogue” in Kerem Oktem, Ayse Kadioglu and Mehmet Karli, Another Empire? A Decade of Turkey’s Foreign Policy Under the Justice and Development Party” (Istanbul: Bilgi University Press, 2012)

Brexit

  • Love Wave from Europe“, New Europeans
  • Nicolaïdis, Kalypso. Scotland and the EU, Verfassungblog on Matters Constitutional, 9 september 2014

Demoicracy

  • Francis Cheneval and Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “The Social Construction of Demoicracy in the EU” in European Journal of Political Theory, Spring 2016
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Perils of Unity, Promise of Union”, in Miguel Maduro and Marlene Wind (eds.) (2015) The Transformation of Europe – 20 years on, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Max Watson, “Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Max Watson (2015), “A Demoi-cratic Approach to EMU Governance in the Post-Crisis Era” in Chalmers, Damian Markus Jachtenfuchs and Christian Joerges and The End of the EUrocrat’s Dream, Cambridge: CUP
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso,“Demoicratic Theory and Europe’s Institutional Architecture in Times of Crisis” in Simona Piattoni (ed), The European Union: Democratic Principles and Institutional Architectures in Times of Crisis, Oxford: OUP, 2015
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Perils of Unity, Promise of Union”, in Miguel Maduro and Marlene Wind (eds.) (2015) The Transformation of Europe – 20 years on, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Viehoff, Juri and Kalypso Nicolaidis, “Social Justice in the European Union: The Puzzles of Solidarity, Reciprocity and Choice” in Dimitry Kochenov, Grainne de Burca and Andrew Williams (eds) Europe’s Justice Deficit (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015)
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Richard Youngs, “Europe’s Democratic Trilemma,” International Affairs, November 2014
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso. “Europe’s Ends” in The Meanings of Europe: Changes and Exchanges of a Contested Concept, Claudia Wiener and Mieke Schmidt-Gleim , eds, Routedge, 2014
  • Nicolaïdis, Kalypso. ‘A Demoicratic Conversation’ STAIR Journal, Vol 1, No 1, May 2014
  • Nicolaïdis, Kalypso. “Epilogue: the challenge of European demoi-cratization.”Journal of European Public Policy, Special Issue on Demoicratisation, 2014: 1-9
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Of Bread, Games and Gladiators: Why magic bullets will not placate EU citizens and why we should nurture a European demoicracy instead,” in Bellamy and Staiger, eds, UCL Publications, December 2013
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “European Demoicracy and Its Crisis,” Journal of Common Market Studies March 2013 Volume 51. Number 2. pp. 351–369
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “The Idea of European Demoicracy” in Philosophical Foundations of European Union Law, Julie Dickson and Pavlos Eleftheriadis, editors, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Germany as Europe: How the Constitutional Court unwittingly embraced demoi-cracy: A Comment on Franz Mayer,” International Journal of Constitutional Law (2011), Vol. 9 No. 3-4, 786-792
  • “One Union, One Story? In Praise of Europe’s Narrative Diversity” w/ Janie Pelabay in Alex Warleigh-Lack, eds Reflections on European Integration, Palgrave 2008
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Janie Pelabay “Comment raconter l’Europe tout en prenant la diversité narrative au sérieux?” w/ Janie Pelabay, Raison Publique: Ethique, Politique et Société, numero 7, October 2007

Sustainable Integration

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Sustainable Integration: Towards EU 2.0?” The JCMS Annual Review Lecture, Journal of Common Market Studies, 2010 Volume 48 Annual Review pp. 21–54
  • “EU 2.0: Towards Sustainable integration”, 12 July 2010, OpenDemocracy

Justice Beyond the State

  • Viehoff, Juri and Kalypso Nicolaidis, “Social Justice in the European Union: The Puzzles of Solidarity, Reciprocity and Choice” in Dimitry Kochenov, Grainne de Burca and Andrew Williams (eds) Europe’s Justice Deficit (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015)
  • Kalypso Nicolaidis and Viehoff, Juri, “The Choice for Sustainable Solidarity in Post-Crisis Europe”, with Juri Viehoff, in ‘Solidarity for Sale‘, Europe in Dialogue 2012 / 01, Bertelsmann Stiftung
  • Phil Clark, Zachary D. Kaufman and Kalypso Nicolaidis “Tensions in Transitional Justice”, in After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond [p.-p.] (Phil Clark & Zachary D. Kaufman, eds.) (New York, NY: Columbia University Press and London, UK: C. Hurst & Co., 2008)

European Narratives

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso (2015), “Balibar ou L’ Europe Evanescente,” Contribution a “Pourquoi Balibar?. Paris: Raison publique, February.
  • “European Stories: An Introduction” w/ Justine Lacroix in Justine Lacroix and Kalypso Nicolaidis, eds, European Stories: Intellectual Debates on Europe in National Contexts, edited OUP, October 2010
  • “One Union, One Story? In Praise of Europe’s Narrative Diversity” w/ Janie Pelabay in Alex Warleigh-Lack, eds Reflections on European Integration, Palgrave 2008
  • “‘This is my EUtopia…’: Narratives of Power” with Robert Howse, in Journal Of Common Market Studies, Special Anniversary issue, 2003; and in: Joseph H H Weiler, John Peterson and Iain Begg (eds) Integration in an Expanding European Union: Reassessing the Fundamentals. (Oxford and Malden MA: Blackwell Publishing), 2003.

Memory and Identity

  • Mediterranean Frontiers: Borders, Memory and Conflict in a Transnational Era, edited with Dimitar Bechev, I.B. Tauris, 2009
  • Fisher Onar, Nora and Kalypso Nicolaidis. “The Decentering Agenda: Europe as a Post-Colonial Power” in Conflict and Cooperation, Special Issue on Normative Power revisited, June 2013, 48 (2) 283-303 48(2)

Rule of Law

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso. “Rethinking Europe’s Rule of Law and Enlargement Agenda: The Fundamental Dilemma” w/ Kleinfeld. Jean Monnet Working Paper 12/12. ” Jean Monnet Working Paper 12/12 NYU School of Law
  • Can a Post-Colonial Power Export the Rule of Law? Element of a General Framework” w/ Rachel Kleinfeld, in Gianluigi Palombella and Neil Walker (eds), Relocating the Rule of Law (Oxford: Hart, 2009)

Constitutionalism, Federalism & Institutions

  • “Bringing Federalism Back In”, in Knud Erik Jorgensen et al. (eds.) Handbook of European Union Politics , 2007 (with R. Daniel Kelemen).
  • “Big versus Small: Shared Leadership and Power Politics in the Convention”, (with Simone Bunse and Paul Magnette), in C. Mazzucelli and D. Beach, (eds.), Leadership in the Big Bangs of European Integration, 2006.

European Union (Constitution)

  • The changing landscape of European constitutionalism, edited with Pavlos Eleftheriadis, and Joseph Weiler, Special Issue of International Journal Constitutional Law (2011) 9(3-4)
  • “Big versus Small: Shared Leadership and Power Politics in the Convention”, (with Simone Bunse and Paul Magnette), in Mazzucelli, C. and Beach, D. (2006) Leadership in EU Constitutional Negotiations.
  • “Shared Leadership in the EU: Theory and Reality’, (with Simone Bunse and Paul Magnette), in Curtin, D., Kellermann, A.E., and Blockmans, S. (eds) (2005) The EU Constitution: The Best Way Forward? (The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press).

European Union (Legitimacy, Institutional reform)

Books

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, Claire Vergerio, Nora Onar Fisher and Juri Viehoff. “From Metropolis to Microcosmos: Europe’s New Standards of Civilisation.” Millennium-Journal of International Studies3 (2014): 718-745.

Articles

  • “Is the Commission the Small Member States’ Best Friend?”, (with Bunse, S. and Magnette, P.), (Stockholm: Swedish Institute of European Policy Studies), 2005
  • “What is in a Name: Europe’s Federal Future and the Convention on the Future of Europe” in Jurist Europe, April 2003. To be reprinted in The Journal of European Law, January 2004. Published in abridged form in European Voice “Future of Europe Talks should be FUN” March 20, 2003.

The Post-Colonial, Standards of Civilisation and Decentering IR

Books

  • Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial Legacies, edited with Berny Sebe and Gabi Maas, IB Tauris, 2015

Articles and Chapters

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Nora Onar (2015), “Europe’s Post-Imperial Condition” in Behr, Hartmut and Ioannis Stivachtis, eds, Revisiting the European Union as an Empire. June
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Southern Barbarians? A post-colonial critic of EUniversalism” in Echoes of Empire: Memory, Identity and Colonial Legacies, edited by Kalypso Nicolaidis, Berny Sebe and Gabi Maas, London: IB Tauris, 2015
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, Claire Vergerio, Nora Onar Fisher and Juri Viehoff. “From Metropolis to Microcosmos: Europe’s New Standards of Civilisation.” Millennium-Journal of International Studies 3 (2014): 718-745.
  • Fisher Onar, Nora and Kalypso Nicolaidis. “The Decentering Agenda: Europe as a Post-Colonial Power” in Conflict and Cooperation, Special Issue on Normative Power revisited, June 2013, 48 (2) 283-303 48(2)
  • “From Policy to Polity: Can the EU’s special relations with its Neighbourhood be Decentred?” with Dimitar Bechev, Journal of Common Market Studies, June 2010
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso and Rachel Kleinfeld, Can a Post-Colonial Power Export the Rule of Law? Element of a General Framework” w/, in Gianluigi Palombella and Neil Walker (eds), Relocating the Rule of Law (Oxford: Hart, 2009)
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, L’Union Européenne, puissance post-coloniale en Méditerranée ? » in Colonialism et postcolonialism en Méditerranée, sous la direction de Thierry Fabre, Marseille : éditions Parenthèses, 2004.

Europe in the World, Transatlantic Relations

  • Macaj, Gjovalin, and Kalypso Nicolaïdis. “Beyond ‘one voice’? Global Europe’s engagement with its own diversity.” Journal of European Public Policy 21.7 (2014): 1067-1083.
  • “The Western Condition: Turkey, the US and the EU in the New Middle East” w/ Karabekir Akkoyunlu and Kerem Öktem, SEESOX paper Series, February 2013
  • Normative Power Europe Revisited, edited with Richard Whitman. Special Issue of Conflict and Cooperation, June 2013, 48 (2)
  • “Living with Our Differences”, in The Future Transatlantic Relations, Nikos Kotzias, ed, Palgrave, 2003.
  • “Regional Policy Externality and Market Governance: Why Recognize Foreign Standards?” w/ Michelle Egan, in Journal Of European Public Policy, August 2001 (to be reprinted in : The Political Economy of Standardization, Walter Mattli, ed, Cambridge University Press, 2002).

Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe

Books

  • Mediterranean Frontiers: Borders, Memory and Conflict in a Transnational Era, edited with Dimitar Bechev, I.B. Tauris, 2009
  • The Greek Paradox: Promise vs Performance,co-edited with Graham Allison, Cambridge:MIT Press, 1996.
    Contributors include: Gianna Angelopoulos Daskalaki, Nikiforos Diamandouros, Michael Dukakis, Misha Glenny. Dimitris Keridis, Stephen Larrabee, Joseph Nye, Alexis Papahelas, Elizabeth Prodromou, Monteagle Stearns, Konstantino Stefanopoulos, Stavros Tomadakis, Basilios Tsingos, Loukas Tsoukalis, and Susan Woodward. Greek translation published by Ekdoseis Papazisi, Athens, 1997. Turkish translation published by Dogan Kitap, Istanbul, 1997.

Articles

  • “The Western Condition: Turkey, the US and the EU in the New Middle East” w/ Karabekir Akkoyunlu and Kerem Öktem, SEESOX paper Series, February 2013
  • “Epilogue” in Kerem Oktem, Ayse Kadioglu and Mehmet Karli, Another Empire? A Decade of Turkey’s Foreign Policy Under the Justice and Development Party” (Istanbul: Bilgi University Press)
  • “From Policy to Polity: Can the EU’s special relations with its Neighbourhood be Decentred?” with Dimitar Bechev, Journal of Common Market Studies, June 2010
  • “Introduction: Frontiers, Memory and Conflict in the Mediterranean,” w/ Dimitar Bechev in Mediterranean Frontiers: Borders, Memory and Conflict in a Transnational Era, edited by Dimitar Bechev and Kalypso Nicolaidis, I.B. Tauris, 2009
  • “Introduction: The long shadow of Europe. “ w/ Othon Anastasakis and Kerem Öktem “ in Under the Long Shadow of Europe – Greeks and Turks in the era of Postnationalism, edited with Kerem Oktem and Othon Anastasakis, The Hague: Brill, 2009
  • “Why the European Union strengthens Turkish secularism”, with Hakan Altinay, in Open Democracy, September 2008.
  • Bechev, Dimitar, and Kalypso Nicolaidis. “The Union for the Mediterranean: A genuine breakthrough or more of the same?.” The International Spectator 43.3 (2008): 13-20.
  • Bechev, Dimitar, and Kalypso Nicolaidis. “Integration Without Accession: The EU’s Special Relationship with the Countries in its Neighborhood”, Report to the European Parliament (with Dimitar Bechev), October 2007.
  • L’Union Européenne, puissance post-coloniale en Méditerranée ? » in Colonialism et postcolonialism en Méditerranée, sous la direction de Thierry Fabre, Marseille : éditions Parenthèses, 2004.
  • “The EuroMed beyond Civilisational Paradigms”, with Dimitri Nicolaïdis, in Adler and Crawford (eds) The Convergence of Civilizations? Constructing a Mediterranean Region (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2004. Also available here in Institute of European Studies (University of California, Berkeley), June 18, 2004, Paper 040618.
  • “Europe’s tainted mirror: Reflections on Turkey’s candidacy status after Helsinki” in Dimitri Keridis, ed, Turkish Foreign Policy, Bassey’s, 2001.
  • “Exploring Second-Best Solutions in Cyprus,”Survival, Summer 98.
  • “Greeks and the ‘Macedonian Question’: Lessons for a Better Future,” in Robert Psaltzgraff and Dimitri Keridis, eds, South East European Security and the Greek-US Relations, NY: Brassey’s, 1997

Greece

Books

The Greek Paradox

  • “Introduction: The long shadow of Europe. “ w/ Othon Anastasakis and Kerem Öktem “ in Under the Long Shadow of Europe – Greeks and Turks in the era of Postnationalism, edited with Kerem Oktem and Othon Anastasakis, The Hague: Brill, 2009

Preventative Diplomacy- United Nations

  • “International Preventive Action: Developing a Strategic Framework,” in Robert Rotberg, ed, Vigilance and Vengance, The Role of NGOs in Preventing Ethnic Conflict, Washington: Brookings, 1996

EU Enlargement and Neighbourhood

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso. “Europe’s Ends” in The Meanings of Europe: Changes and Exchanges of a Contested Concept, Claudia Wiener and Mieke Schmidt-Gleim , eds, Routedge, 2014
  • “The Western Condition: Turkey, the US and the EU in the New Middle East” w/ Karabekir Akkoyunlu and Kerem Öktem, SEESOX paper Series, February 2013
  • “Rethinking Europe’s Rule of Law and Enlargement Agenda: The Fundamental Dilemma” w/ Kleinfeld. Jean Monnet Working Paper 12/12. ” Jean Monnet Working Paper 12/12
  • “Epilogue” in Kerem Oktem, Ayse Kadioglu and Mehmet Karli, Another Empire? A Decade of Turkey’s Foreign Policy Under the Justice and Development Party” (Istanbul: Bilgi University Press)
  • “The Choice for Sustainable Solidarity in Post-Crisis Europe”, with Juri Viehoff, in ‘Solidarity for Sale‘, Europe in Dialogue 2012 / 01, Bertelsmann Stiftung
  • “Sustainable Integration: Towards EU 2.0?” The JCMS Annual Review Lecture, Journal of Common Market Studies, 2010 Volume 48 Annual Review pp. 21–54
  • “EU 2.0: Towards Sustainable integration”, 12 July 2010, OpenDemocracy.
  • “From Policy to Polity: Can the EU’s special relations with its Neighbourhood be Decentred?” with Dimitar Bechev, Journal of Common Market Studies, June 2010
  • Under the Long Shadow of Europe – Greeks and Turks in the era of Postnationalism, edited with Kerem Öktem and Othon Anastasakis, The Hague: Brill, 2009
  • “Introduction: The long shadow of Europe. “ w/ Othon Anastasakis and Kerem Öktem “ in Under the Long Shadow of Europe – Greeks and Turks in the era of Postnationalism, edited with Kerem Oktem and Othon Anastasakis, The Hague: Brill, 2009
  • “Why the European Union strengthens Turkish secularism”, with Hakan Altinay, in Open Democracy, September 2008.
  • Can a Post-Colonial Power Export the Rule of Law? Element of a General Framework” w/ Rachel Kleinfeld, in Gianluigi Palombella and Neil Walker (eds), Relocating the Rule of Law (Oxford: Hart, 2009)
  • Bechev, Dimitar, and Kalypso Nicolaidis. “Integration Without Accession: The EU’s Special Relationship with the Countries in its Neighborhood”, Report to the European Parliament (with Dimitar Bechev), October 2007.
  • “Trusting the Poles? Constructing Europe through mutual recognition”, Journal of European Public Policy, 14:5, 682-698, August 2007.
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso “Les Fins de l’Europe” In Bronislaw Geremek and Robert Picht, eds Visions d’Europe, Paris: Odile Jacob, 2007
  • “Europe’s tainted mirror: Reflections on Turkey’s candidacy status after Helsinki” in Dimitri Keridis, ed, Turkish Foreign Policy, Bassey’s, 2001.
  • Eastern European Trade in the Aftermath of 1989: Did International Institutions Matter?” in Robert Keohane, Stanley Hoffmann and Joseph Nye, eds., After the Cold-War: State Strategies and International Institutions in Europe, 1989-1991, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, June 1993.
  • “Integrating the Two Halves of Europe: Theories of Interests, Bargaining and Institutions,” with Stephan Haggard, Marc Levy and Andrew Moravcsik, in Robert Keohane, Stanley Hoffmann and Joseph Nye, eds., After the Cold-War: State Strategies and International Institutions in Europe, 1989-1991, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, June 1993.

 

EU Borders

  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso (2015), “Balibar ou L’ Europe Evanescente,” Contribution a “Pourquoi Balibar?. Paris: Raison publique,
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso. “Europe’s Ends” in The Meanings of Europe: Changes and Exchanges of a Contested Concept, Claudia Wiener and Mieke Schmidt-Gleim , eds, Routedge, 2014
  • Nicolaidis, Kalypso, “Les Fins de l’Europe” In Bronislaw Geremek and Robert Picht, eds Visions d’Europe, Paris: Odile Jacob, 2007

EU Trade Policy

  • Macaj, Gjovalin, and Kalypso Nicolaïdis. “Beyond ‘one voice’? Global Europe’s engagement with its own diversity.” Journal of European Public Policy7 (2014): 1067-1083.
  • Sophie Meunier and Nicolaidis, Kalypso. “The European Union as a Conflicted Trade Power”, in Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 13 No. 6, 2006, pp. 906-925
  • “Trade Competence Debate in the Nice Treaty,” with Sophie Meunier, ECSA Review, vol. 14, no. 2, Spring 2001.
  • “EU Trade Policy: The Exclusive versus Shared Competence Debate” (with Sophie Meunier), in Maria Green Cowles and Michael Smith, eds. The State of the European Union: Risks, Reform, Resistance, and Revival, Vol. 5, Oxford: Oxford University Press: 2001.

Mutual Recognition, Regulatory Cooperation and Competition

  • Kira Gartzou-Katsouyanni, Kalypso Nicolaïdis, Claudia Shrag, “La crise de la zone Euro et le déni de l’autre Pour une reconstruction de la reconnaissance mutuelle” [ English version: Re-Imagined Communities: How the Euro Crisis led Europeans to Deny Each other Recognition—and How to Recover”] in Eric Monnet and Claudia Shrag, Europe, Crise de Conscience, La Vie des Idées, PUF, 2015
  • “Trusting the poles, Mark 2: towards a regulatory peace theory,” in Ioannis Lianos and Okeoghene Odudu Regulating Trade in Services in the EU and the WTO: Trust, Distrust and Economic Integration, Cambridge University Press, 2012
  • “Globalization with human faces: managed mutual recognition and the free movement of professionals”. In” The Principle of Mutual Recognition in the European Integration Process” (pp. 129-189), Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2005
  • “Regulatory Cooperation and Managed Mutual Recognition: Developing a Strategic Model,” in George Bermann et al, eds, Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation, Oxford University Press, 2001.
  • “Regional Policy Externality and Market Governance: Why Recognize Foreign Standards?” w/ Michelle Egan, in Journal Of European Public Policy, August 2001 (to be reprinted in : The Political Economy of Standardization, Walter Mattli, ed, Cambridge University Press, 2002).
  • “Harmonisation and Recognition: What Have we Learned?” in Trade and Regulatory Reform: Insights from Country Experience, Paris: OECD Publications, 2001.
  • “Liberalization, Regulation, and Recognition for Services Trade,” with Joel P. Trachtman. in, Pierre Sauve and Robert M. Stern, eds, Services Trade in the Western Hemisphere: Liberalization, Integration and Reform, Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2000.
  • “Non-Discriminatory Mutual Recognition: An Oxymoron in the New WTO Lexicon?” in Petros Mavroidis and Patrick Blatter, eds, Non Discrimination in the WTO: Past and Present, Journal of World Trade, University of Michigan Press, The World Trade Forum series, 2000.
  • “From Policed Regulation to Managed Recognition: Mapping the Boundary in GATS,” with Joel P. Trachtman. in, Pierre Sauve and Robert M. Stern, eds., Services 2000: New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization, Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2000.
  • “Mutual Recognition Regimes: Towards a Comparative Analysis”, Working Paper 8, Center For International Affairs, Harvard University, 1998.
  • “Promising Approaches and Principal Obstacles to Mutual Recognition,” in International Trade in Professional Services: Advancing Liberalization through Regulatory Reform, OECD Publications, 1997.
  • “Exploring a New Paradigm for Trade Diplomacy: Managed Mutual recognition between the United States and the European Union,” Proceedings of the European Union Community Association, World Conference, Office of Publications of the European Community, Brussels, 1997.
  • “Competition Policy and Trade Policy in the European Community,” with Raymond Vernon, in Edward Graham (ed), Competition Policy in a Changing World Economy, Washington: Institute for International Economics, 1997.
  • “Products Standards for Internationally Integrated Goods Markets : Comments” in Alan O. Sykes, ed, Products Standards for Internationally Integrated Goods Markets, Washington DC: Brookings Institute, 1995.
  • “The Emergence of Managed Mutual Recognition: Legal Precedent and Political Innovation in the European Community” Paper presented at European Community Studies Association, May 1993.
  • “Mutual Recognition, Regulatory Competition, and the Globalization of Professional Services,” in Yair Aharoni, ed, Coalition and Competition- The Globalization of Professional Services, London: Routledge publishers, 1992.
  • “Mutual Recognition: The Next Frontier of Multilateralism?,” Project Promethee Perspectives, Paris, July 1989.
  • “Connecting to 1992: All you Need is a European Profile,” with D. Braunschvig, Project Promethee Perspectives, Paris, March 1989.

Global Governance, Ethics and Trade

  • Howse, Robert and Nicolaidis, Kalypso (2015), “Global Trade Ethics: Toward a Code of Conduct?” in Markus Jachtenfuchs and Nico Krisch, eds, Subsidiarity in Global Governance,
  • “The Trade-Migration Linkage: GATS Mode IV,” with Alex Betts in Eagleton-Pierce, Jones, Nicolaidis (eds), Building Blocks Towards a Global Trade Ethics, Oxford GTE Programme, WP Series, July 2009
  • “Towards a Global Trade Ethics” with Robert Howse in Eagleton-Pierce, Jones, Nicolaidis (eds), Building Blocks Towards a Global Trade Ethics, Oxford GTE Programme, WP Series, July 2009
  • Howse, Robert and Kalypso Nicolaidis, 2008. “Democracy without Sovereignty: The Global Vocation of Political Ethics’, in The Shifting Allocation of Authority in International Law: Considering Sovereignty, Supremacy and Subsidiarity. Tomer Broude and Yuval Shany, eds. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp.163-191
  • “Legitimacy through “Higher Law?” Why Constitutionalizing the WTO is a Step Too Far,” with Robert Howse, in Thomas Cottier, Petros C. Mavroidis and Patrick Blatter (eds), The Role of the Judge: Lessons for the WTO , (Bern:The World Trade Forum), Volume 4, 2002.
  • “Legitimacy and Global Governance: Why a Constitution for the WTO is a step too far?” with Robert Howse, in Roger Porter, Pierre Sauve, Arvind Subramanian and Americo Zampetti, eds, Equity, Efficiency and Legitimacy: The Multilateral System at the Millenium, Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2001.
  • “Global Electronic Commerce and the General Agreement on Trade in Services: The Millennium Round and Beyond,” with William J. Drake, in, Pierre Sauve and Robert M. Stern, eds., Services 2000: New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization , Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2000.
  • “Revamping the GATT: Toward Regional Multilateralism,” Project Promethee Perspectives, Paris, March 1990.

Trade in Services, Global Information Economy

Book

  • Strategic Trends in Services – An Inquiry into the Global Services Economy, co-edited with Albert Bressand, New York: Harper and Row, 1989

Articles

  • “Globalization with human faces: managed mutual recognition and the free movement of professionals”. In” The Principle of Mutual Recognition in the European Integration Process” (pp. 129-189), Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2005
  • “Global Electronic Commerce and the General Agreement on Trade in Services: The Millennium Round and Beyond,” with William J. Drake, in, Pierre Sauve and Robert M. Stern, eds., Services 2000: New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization , Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2000.
  • “From Policed Regulation to Managed Recognition: Mapping the Boundary in GATS,” with Joel P. Trachtman. in, Pierre Sauve and Robert M. Stern, eds., Services 2000: New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization, Washington D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2000.
  • “Promising Approaches and Principal Obstacles to Mutual Recognition,” in International Trade in Professional Services: Advancing Liberalization through Regulatory Reform, OECD Publications, 1997.
  • “Mutual Recognition, Regulatory Competition, and the Globalization of Professional Services,” in Yair Aharoni, ed, Coalition and Competition- The Globalization of Professional Services, London: Routledge publishers, 1992.
  • “Regional Integration in a Networked World Economy,” with Albert Bressand, Chapter 1 in William Wallace, ed, The Dynamics of European Integration, London & New York: Pinter publishers, 1990.
  • “European Infrastructures at the Heart of Sustainable Growth,” with D. Braunschvig, Information Time, January 1990.
  • “Vers une Économie des Réseaux,” w/ Bressand and Distler, Revue de Politique Industrielle, Jan 1989.
  • “Learning While Negotiating: How Services Got on the Uruguay Round Agenda.” in Nicolaidis and Bressand, eds,Strategic Trends in Services – An Inquiry into the Global Services Economy, Harper and Row, New York, 1989.
  • “Networks at the Heart of the Service Economy” in Nicolaidis and Bressand, eds, Strategic Trends in Services – An Inquiry into the Global Services Economy, New York: Harper and Row, 1989.
  • “Les Services au Coeur de l’Economie Relationnelle,” with Albert Bressand, Revue d’Economie Industrielle, Paris, March 1988.
  • “Liberalization vs Deregulation: Old Synergies, New Dilemmas,” Project Promethee Perspectives 5, Paris, 1988.
  • “Contactors vs Contractors: Towards a Integrated Definition of Trade in Services” study conducted for UNCTAD, Working Paper 39, Promethee Publications, Paris, November 1987.
  • “The Information Paradox,” Project Promethee Perspectives, Paris, July 1987.

Preventative Diplomacy- United Nations

Negotiation Theory

  • “Minimizing Agency Costs in Two-Level Games: Lessons from the Trade Authority Controversies in the United States and the European Union” in Robert Mnookin and Larry Susskind,Negotiating on Behalf of Others , Sages Publication, 2000.
  • “Power and Negotiation: When Should Lambs Negotiate with Lions?” in Negotiations Eclectics, Essays in Memory of Jeff Rubin, edited by Deborah Kolb, Sages Publication, 1999.