Academic Articles

  1. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2019), “Weaponized Interdependence: How Global Economic Networks Shape State Coercion,” International Security, 44,1:42-79.

  2. Caroline Wiesner, Alvin Birdi, Tina Eliassi-Rad, Henry Farrell, David Garcia, Stephan Lewandowsky, Patricia Palacios, Don Ross, Didier Sornet and Karim Thebault (2019), “Stability of Democracies: A Complex Systems Perspective,” European Journal of Physics, 40:014002.

  3. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, “Linkage Politics and Complex Governance in Transatlantic Surveillance,” World Politics 70:4, 515-554.

  4. Henry Farrell(2018), “Privatization as State Transformation,” Nomos, 60:171-222.

  5. Henry Farrell and John Quiggin (2017), “Consensus, Dissensus and Economic Ideas: The Rise, Fall and Partial Resurrection of Keynesianism During the Economic Crisis,” International Studies Quarterly 61:2, 269–283.

  6. Henry Farrell and Charles Glaser (2017), “The Role of Effects, Saliencies and Norms in US Cyberwar Doctrine,” Journal of Cybersecurity, 31,1:7-17.

  7. Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman (2017), “Brexit, Voice and Loyalty: Rethinking Electoral Politics in an Age of Interdependence,” Review of International Political Economy, 24,2:232-247.

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

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

  10. 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.

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

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

  13. 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.

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

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

  23. 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.

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

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

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

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

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

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

  31. 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.

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

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

  34. 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).