Academic Articles

  1. Henry Farrell and Charles Glaser (2017), “The Role of Effects, Saliencies and Norms in US Cyberwar Doctrine,” Journal of Cybersecurity.

  2. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2017), “Brexit, Voice and Loyalty: Rethinking Electoral Politics in an Age of Interdependence,” Review of International Political Economy.

  3. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2016), “The New Interdependence Approach: Theoretical Development and Empirical Demonstration,” Review of International Political Economy, 23,5:736-756.

  4. Henry Farrell, “Privatization as State Transformation,” forthcoming, Nomos.

  5. Henry Farrell and John Quiggin, “Consensus, Dissensus and Economic Ideas: The Rise, Fall and Partial Resurrection of Keynesianism During the Economic Crisis,” forthcoming, International Studies Quarterly.

  6. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2015), “Structuring Power: Business and Authority Beyond the Nation StateBusiness and Politics, 17,3:527-552.

  7. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2015), “The New Politics of Interdependence: Cross-National Layering in Trans-Atlantic Regulatory Disputes,” Comparative Political Studies, 48, 4:497-526.

  8. Henry Farrell (2014), “New Problems, New Publics? Dewey and New Media,” Policy & Internet, 6,2:176-191.

  9. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2014), “Domestic Institutions Beyond the Nation State: Charting the New Interdependence Approach,” World Politics 66,2:331-363.

  10. Sean Aday, Henry Farrell, Deen Freelon, Marc Lynch, John Sides and Michael Dewar (2013), “Watching from Afar: Media Consumption Patterns Around the Arab Spring,” American Behavioral Scientist 57:899-919.

  11. Henry Farrell (2012), “The Consequences of the Internet for Politics,” Annual Review of Political Science 15:35-52.

  12. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2010), “Making Global Markets: Historical Institutionalism in International Political Economy,” introduction to Special Issue on Historical Institutionalism and International Market Regulation, Review of International Political Economy, 17, 4:609-638.

  13. Eric Lawrence, John Sides and Henry Farrell (2010), “Self-Segregation or Deliberation? Blog Readership, Participation and Polarization in American Politics,” Perspectives on Politics, 8,1:141-157.

  14. Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore (2009).“Ontology, Methodology and Causation in the American School of International Political Economy,” Review of International Political Economy, 16,1:58-71.

  15. Henry Farrell and Melissa Schwartzberg (2009). “Institutions and Majority Rule in Online Communities,” Ethics and International Affairs, 22, 4:357-367.

  16. Daniel W. Drezner and Henry Farrell (2008), “Introduction: Blogs, Politics and Power,” Public Choice, 134, 1-2:1-13.

  17. Henry Farrell and Daniel W. Drezner (2008), “The Power and Politics of Blogs,” Public Choice, 134, 1-2:15-30.

  18. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Introduction: Contested Competences in the European Union,” West European Politics 38, 2:227-243.

  19. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Codecision and Institutional Change,” West European Politics 38, 2:285-300.

  20. Carl-Fredrik Bergström, Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), “Legislate or Delegate? Bargaining over Implementation and Legislative Authority in the European Union,” West European Politics 38, 2:338-366.

  21. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2007), Conclusions,’’ West European Politics 38, 2:405-415.

  22. Henry Farrell (2006), “Regulating Information Flows: States, Private Actors and E-CommerceAnnual Review of Political Science 6:353-374.

  23. Henry Farrell (2005),“Trust and Political Economy: Comparing the Effects of Institutions on Inter-Firm Cooperation,” Comparative Political Studies, 38, 5:459-483.

  24. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2005), “A Rationalist-Institutionalist Explanation of Endogenous Regional Integration,” Journal of European Public Policy 12, 2:273-290.

  25. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2004), “Interorganizational Cooperation and Intraorganizational Power: Early Agreements under Codecision and Their Impact on the Parliament and the Council,” Comparative Political Studies 37, 10:1184-1212.

  26. Colin Crouch and Henry Farrell (2004), “Breaking the Path of Institutional Development: Alternatives to the New Determinism in Political Economy,” Rationality and Society, 16, 1:5-43 (2004). Earlier version available as a Max-Planck Discussion Paper, Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Society, Cologne, Germany.

  27. Henry Farrell (2003), “Constructing the International Foundations of E-Commerce: The EU-US Safe Harbor Arrangement,” International Organization, 57, 2: 277-306.

  28. Henry Farrell and Jack Knight (2003), “Trust, Institutions and Institutional Evolution: Industrial Districts and the Social Capital Hypothesis,” Politics and Society, 31, 4:537-556.

  29. Henry Farrell and Adrienne Hèritier (2003), “Formal and Informal Institutions under Codecision: Continuous Constitution-Building in Europe,” Governance, 16, 4:577-600.

  30. Henry Farrell (2002), “Hybrid Institutions and the Law: Interface Solutions or Outlaw Arrangements?,” Zeitschrift für Rechtssoziologie, 23, 1:25-40.

  31. Gregory Flynn and Henry Farrell (1999), “Piecing Together the Democratic Peace: The CSCE, Norms and the ‘Construction’ of Security in Post-Cold War Europe,” International Organization, 53, 3:505-35 (1999).