Isabella Alcañiz

Assistant Professor
Faculty Coordinator of the Environmental Politics and Policy Program
Department of Government and Politics

Research


Book

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

Papers and Book Chapters

Alcañiz, Isabella, Ernesto Calvo, and Julia Rubia. 2014 “Educadamente Desiguales: Género y Salario en el Sector Público Argentino (2003-2010)” Revista Perspectivas sobre el Estado, las Políticas Públicas y la Gestión Number 3, Dicember.

Alcañiz, Isabella. 2013 “De Malvinas a Malvinas: El Efecto de la Reputación en la Política Argentina de Seguridad Internacional” (From Malvinas to Malvinas: Reputational Effects in Argentina’s International Security Policy).

Revista de la Sociedad Argentina de Análisis Político, Special Issue Las Promesas (In) Cumplidas de la Democratización: 30 años de Democracia en Argentina (30 Years of Democracy in Argentina)

Alcañiz, Isabella. 2012 “Democratization and Multilateral Security” in World Politics, 64 (2): 306-340.

Alcañiz, Isabella & Timothy Hellwig. 2011. “Who’s to Blame? The Distribution of Responsibility in Developing Democracies,” British Journal of Political Science, 41 (2): 389-411.

Alcañiz, Isabella. 2010 “Bureaucratic Networks and Government Spending: A Network Analysis of Nuclear Cooperation in Latin America” in Latin American Research Review, 45 (1): 148-172.

Alcañiz, Isabella & Ricardo A. Gutiérrez. 2009. “From Local Protest to the International Court of Justice: Forging Environmental Foreign Policy in Argentina” 109-120. Paul G. Harris, ed. Environmental Change and Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice. London: Routledge.

Alcañiz, Isabella & Melissa Scheier. 2008 “New Social Movements with Old Party Politics: The MTL Piqueteros and the Communist Party in Argentina” 271-285; in Richard Stahler-Sholk, Harry E. Vanden, and Glen Kuecker (Eds.), Rethinking Latin American Social Movements:  Resistance, Power, and Democracy in the Post Neoliberal Era. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (Recipient of the Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 Award).

Alcañiz, Isabella & Melissa Scheier. 2007 “New Social Movements with Old Party Politics: The MTL Piqueteros and the Communist Party in Argentina” in Latin American Perspectives, Special Issue Globalizing Resistance 34 (2): 157-171.

Alcañiz, Isabella 2005 “Defeating Welfare Retrenchment: Privatization and Conflict in the Argentine Nuclear Energy Sector” in New Political Science, Special Issue, 27 (3): 331-344.

Alcañiz, Isabella 2005 “La Política Nuclear Argentina y el Instituto Balseiro: Cincuenta Años de Historia” (Argentine Nuclear Policy and the Balseiro Institute: Fifty Years of History) in Ciencia Hoy, Special Issue on the Balseiro Institute’s 50th Anniversary 88 (15): 20-25. August/September Argentina – Invited Article.

Alcañiz, Isabella. 2005 “An Economic Road to Peace, a Peaceful Road to Growth: Regional Integration through the Side Door in Western Europe and South America” WP #4 Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES) Lisboa, Portugal.

Alcañiz, Isabella. 2000. "Slipping Into Something More Comfortable: Argentine-Brazilian Nuclear Integration and the Origins of the Mercosur"155-168 in Georgi M. Derluguian and Scott Greer (Eds.), Questioning Geopolitics: Political Projects in a Changing World-System. Westport: Greenwood Press.

Alcañiz, Isabella. 2002 Book review of (Ed.) Julio Pinto, Argentina entre Dos siglos: La Política que Viene. In POSTData, Revista de Reflexión y Análisis Político, No. 8, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September, pp. 271-272.

Work in Progress and Under Review

“Environmental Politics and Networks,” Berardo, Ramiro, Isabella Alcañiz, Jennifer Hadden, and Lorien Jasny in The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks, eds. Jennifer N. Victor, Mark Lubell, and Alexander H. Montgomery. New York: Oxford University Press (2015).

“Bureaucrats, Skills, and Regional Integration in Latin America” prepared for the University of Pennsylvania Program on Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism (or DCC). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press (2015).

“Managing Security in a Zone of Peace : Brazil’s Soft Approach to Regional Governance” Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) with Andrés Malamud. EUI RSCAS; 2014/50; Global Governance Programme-104 (2014).

“Partner Selection in International Organizations: The Effect of Skills and Money on Environmental Cooperation in the Global South.”

“Bureaucrats, Skills, and Transgovernmental Cooperation in Nuclear Energy, Science, and Technology (NEST).”

“A Network Analysis of Transboundary Water Cooperation in La Plata Basin” with Ramiro Berardo.

ialcaniz@umd.edu

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