Curriculum Vitae

POSITIONS HELD

Temple University
Professor of Political Science (July 2010 – ), Department of Political Science
Professor of Law (courtesy appointment, Oct 2012 – ), Beasley School of Law
Jean Monnet Chair ad personam (September 2009 – )
Founding Director, Global Studies Program (Sept 2015 – )
Associate Professor (September 2004- June 2010)

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Associate Professor (September 2002-August 2004), Department of Political Science
Assistant Professor (September 1995 – August 2002), Department of Political Science

European University Institute
Visiting Professor, Robert Schuman Center and Department of Social and Political Science;
Senior Research Fellow, BP Chair in Transatlantic Relations;
Co-Director, European Forum (September 2000 – August 2002)

EDUCATION

Harvard University, Ph.D., November 1995.

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, B.A. with highest honors in Political Science, May 1988.

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
(* indicates individual peer review)

Books – Monographs

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. When Cooperation Fails: The Global Law and Politics of Genetically Modified Organisms (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009). (*)

Mark A. Pollack. The Engines of European Integration: Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the EU (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003). (*)

Books – Edited Volumes and Journal Special Issues

Mark A. Pollack, ed. Who Supports International Law, and Why? The United States, the European Union, and the International Legal Order, special issue of the International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 13, No. 4 (October 2015), pp. 873-1007, featuring five articles and an introduction by Pollack. (*)

Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds. Policy-Making in the European Union, 7th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015). Includes one sole-authored and three co-authored chapters.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack, eds. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (New York: Cambridge University Press, January 2013). Includes three co-authored chapters. (*)

Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds. Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010). Includes one sole-authored and three co-authored chapters.

Amy G. Mazur and Mark A. Pollack, editors. Gender and Public Policy in Europe, special issue of Comparative European Politics, Vol. 7, No. 1 (March 2009), pp. 1-177. Includes a co-authored introduction and one co-authored article. (*)

Knud Erik Jørgensen, Mark A. Pollack, and Ben Rosamond, eds. The Handbook of European Union Politics (New York: Sage Publications, 2007). Includes one sole-authored chapter, and a co-authored preface. (*)

Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union (New York: Oxford University Press, July 2005). Includes one sole-authored and two co-authored chapters. (*)

David Andrews, Mark A. Pollack, Gregory C. Shaffer, Mark A. Pollack, and Helen Wallace, eds., The New Transatlantic Agenda and the Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance (Florence: European University Institute, 2005). Includes two chapters co-authored with Shaffer. (*)

Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Transatlantic Economic Disputes: The US, the EU, and the WTO (New York: Oxford University Press, November 2003), includes one introductory chapter and a brief “policy statement” by Pollack. (*)

John Peterson and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Europe, America, Bush: Transatlantic Relations in Transition (New York: Routledge Press, 2003), includes one sole-authored chapter and two chapters co-authored with Peterson. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer, eds., Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Press, 2001). Includes three chapters co-authored with Shaffer. (*)

Refereed Journal Articles

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Experimenting with International Law,” European Journal of International Law, Vol. 28, No. 4 (November 2017), pp. 13171340, https://doi.org/10.1093/ejil/chx076. (*)

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “The Judicial Trilemma,” American Journal of International Law, Vol. 11, No. 2 (September 2017), pp. 225-276. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Who Supports International Law, and Why? The United States, the European Union, and the International Legal Order,” International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 13, No. 4 (October 2015), pp. 873-900. (*)

Manfred Elsig and Mark A. Pollack. “Agents, Trustees, and International Courts: The Politics of Judicial Appointment at the World Trade Organization,” European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 20, No. 2 (June 2014), pp. 391-415. (*)

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “Hard Law, Soft Law, and International Security: The Cases of Nuclear Weapons and the Responsibility to Protect,” Boston College Law Review, Vol. 52, No. 4 (2011), pp. 1147-1241. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Emilie M. Hafner-Burton. “Mainstreaming International Governance: The Environment, Gender, and IO Performance in the European Union,” Review of International Organizations, Vol. 5, No. 3 (2010), pp. 285-313. (*)

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “Hard Law vs. Soft Law: Alternatives, Complements and Antagonists in International Governance,” Minnesota Law Review, Vol. 94, No. 3 (February 2010), pp. 706-799. (*)

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union: Getting the Incentives Right,” Comparative European Politics, Vol. 7, No. 1 (March 2009), pp. 114-138. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Transatlantic Economic Relations: Continuity amid Discord,” EPS: European Political Science, Vol. 5, No. 1 (February 2006), pp. 62-68.

Mark A. Pollack. “Theorizing the European Union: International Organization, Domestic Polity, or Experiment in New Governance?” Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 8 (2005), pp. 357-98. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Control Mechanism or Deliberative Democracy? Two Images of Comitology,” Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 36, No. 1/2 (February/March 2003). (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Learning from the Americanists (Again): Theory and Method in the Study of Delegation,” West European Politics, Vol. 25, No. 1 (January 2002), pp. 200-219. (*)

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in Global Governance,” European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 8, No. 3 (September 2002), pp. 339-73. (*)

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Gender Mainstreaming and Global Governance,” Feminist Legal Studies, Vol. 10, No. 3 (2002), pp. 285-298. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “International Relations Theory and European Integration,” Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 39, No. 2 (June 2001), pp. 221-44. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Emilie Hafner-Burton. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union,” Journal of European Public Policy, special issue on “Women, Power and Public Policy,” Vol. 7, No. 3 (2000): 432-456. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “The End of Creeping Competence? EU Policymaking Since Maastricht,” Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol.38, No. 3 (September 2000): 519-538. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the European Community,” International Organization, Vol. 51, No. 1 (Winter 1997), pp. 99-134. (*)

Reprinted in Brent F. Nelson and Alexander Stubb, eds., The European Union: Readings on the Theory and Practice of European Integration, 3rd edition (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2003), pp. 255-80.

Mark A. Pollack. “Representing Diffuse Interests in EC Policymaking,” Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 4, No. 4 (December 1997), pp. 572-590. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Institutionalism and EU Governance: The Promise and Limits of Institutionalist Analysis,” Governance, Vol. 9, No. 4 (October 1996), pp. 429-458. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Creeping Competence: The Expanding Agenda of the European Community,” Journal of Public Policy, Volume 14, No. 2 (March-June 1994), pp. 95-145. (*)

Book Chapters and Non-Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Mark A. Pollack. “The Legitimacy of the European Court of Justice,” in Nienke Grossman, Harlan Cohen, Andreas Follesdal, and Geir Ulfstein, eds., Legitimacy and International Courts (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 143-173.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New, New Sovereigntism: How the Europe Union Became Disenchanted with International Law and Defiantly Protective of Its Domestic Legal Order,” in Chiara Giorgetti and Guglielmo Verdirame, Concepts on International Law in Europe and the United States (New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018).

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Practice Theory and International Law,” in Moshe Hirsch and Andrew Lang, eds., Edward Elgar Research Handbook on the Sociology of International Law (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2018).

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Performances and the Performance of International Courts,” in Theresa Squatrito, Oran Young, Andreas Follesdeal and Geir Ulfstein, eds., Explaining the Performance of International Courts (New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018).

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “A Typology of International Judicial Practices” in Geir Ulfstein and Andreas Føllesdal (eds.), The Judicialization of International Law — A Mixed Blessing? (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018).

Mark A. Pollack. “Rational Choice and Historical Institutionalism,” in Antje Wiener, Tanja Börzel, and Thomas Risse, European Integration Theory, 3rd edition (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2018).

Mark A. Pollack. “Learning from EU Law Stories: The European Court and Its Interlocutors Revisited,” in Bill Davies and Fernanda Nicola, eds., EU law Stories: Contextual and Critical Histories of European Jurisprudence (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 577-602. (*)

Mark A. Pollack, Helen Wallace, and Alasdair R. Young. “An Overview,” chapter 1 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 3-11.

Mark A. Pollack. “Theorizing EU Policy-Making,” chapter 2 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 12-45.

Mark A. Pollack, Helen Wallace, and Alasdair R. Young. “EU Policy-Making in Challenging Times: Adversity, Adaptability, and Resilience,” chapter 20 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 467-488.

Mark A. Pollack. “Is International Relations Corrosive of International Law? A Reply to Martti Koskenniemi,” Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2 (Fall 2013), pp. 339-375.

Mark A. Pollack. “Political Science and International Adjudication,” in Cesare P.R. Romano, Karen J. Alter, and Yuval Shany, eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 357-387.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New EU Legal History: What’s New, What’s Missing?” American University International Law Review, Vol. 28, No. 5 (2013), pp. 1257-1310.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Introduction: International Law and International Relations – Taking Stock,” in Dunoff and Pollack, eds. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 3-32.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Conclusions: Reviewing Two Decades of IL/IR Scholarship: What We’ve Learned, What’s Next,” in Dunoff and Pollack, eds. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 626-661.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “Hard and Soft Law,” in Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 197-222.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “The Interaction of Formal and Informal Lawmaking,” in Joost Pauwelyn, Ramses Wessel and Jan Wouters, eds., Informal International Lawmaking (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 241-270.

Mark A. Pollack. “Theorizing the European Union: Realist, Intergovernmentalist and Institutionalist Approaches,” Chapter 1 in Erik Jones, Anand Menon and Stephen Weatherill, eds., The Oxford Handbook of the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 3-17.

Mark A. Pollack. “Living in a Material World: A Critique of Normative Power Europe,” in Hubert Zimmerman and Andreas Dür, eds., Key Controversies in European Integration (London: Palgrave, 2012), pp. 199-205.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “How Hard and Soft Law Interact in International Regulatory Governance: Alternatives, Complements, and Antagonists,” in Simon Evenett and Robert Stern, eds., Systemic Implications of Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation and Competition (London: World Scientific, 2011).

Mark A. Pollack, Helen Wallace, and Alasdair R. Young. “An Overview,” chapter 1 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 3-13.

Mark A. Pollack. “Theorizing EU Policy-Making,” chapter 2 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 14-43.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Biotechnology Policy: Between National Fears and Global Disciplines,” chapter 14 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 327-51.

Mark A. Pollack, Helen Wallace, and Alasdair R. Young. “EU Policy-Making in Challenging Times: Adversity, Adaptability, and Resilience,” chapter 20 in Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack and Alasdair Young, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union, 6th edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010), 473-94.

Mark A. Pollack. “Europe United? The Impact of the EU’s Eastern Enlargement, Five Years On,” European View, Vol. 8, No. 2 (December 2009), pp. 239-54.

Mark A. Pollack. “The European Union’s Democratic Deficit: Diagnoses, Prognoses, and Reforms,” in Knud Erik Jørgensen, ed., European Democracy: Foundations, Milestones, Future Perspectives (Copenhagen: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, November 2009), pp. 121-138.

Amy G. Mazur and Mark A. Pollack. “Introduction: Gender and Public Policy in Europe,” Comparative European Politics, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 1-11 (March 2009), introduction to special issued edited by Mazur and Pollack.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Institutionalisms and European Integration,” in Antje Wiener and Thomas Diez, eds., European Integration Theory 2nd edition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 137-56.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “The EU Regulatory System for GMOs,” in Ellen Vos, Michelle Everson and Joanne Scott, eds. Uncertain Risks Regulated: National, EU and International Regulatory Models Compared (London: University College/Cavendish Press, 2008), pp. 269-94.

Mark A. Pollack and Molly Ruhlman. “The Heroic Age of European Integration is Over: Institutional and Policy Developments in the EU, 1957-2007,” in David Phinnemore and Alex Warleigh-Lack,” eds., Reflections on European Integration (London: Routledge, 2008), pp. 43-73.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Risk Regulation, Genetically Modified Foods, and
the Limits of Deliberation in the Council of Ministers,” paper prepared for publication in Daniel Naurin and Helen Wallace, eds., Unveiling the Council of the EU. Games Governments Play in Brussels (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), pp. 144-164. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Rational Choice and EU Politics,” Chapter 2 in Knud Erik Jørgensen, Mark A. Pollack, and Ben Rosamond, eds. The Handbook of European Union Politics (New York: Sage Publications, 2007), pp. 31-56.

Mark A. Pollack. “Delegation and Discretion in the European Union,” in Darren Hawkins, David A. Lake, Daniel Nielsen and Michael J. Tierney, eds., Delegation and Agency in International Organizations (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 165-196. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “JCMS Annual Lecture: The New Transatlantic Agenda at Ten: Reflections on an Experiment in International Governance,” Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 43, No. 5 (December 2005), pp. 899-919.

Mark A. Pollack. “Theorizing EU Policy-Making,” in Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 13-48. (*)

Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Mark A. Pollack. “An Overview,” in Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 3-11. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Biotechnology Policy: Between National Fears and Global Disciplines” in Helen Wallace and William Wallace, eds., Policy-Making in the European Union (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), pp. 329-51. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer, “The Future of Transatlantic Economic Relations: Continuity Amid Discord,” in Andrews et al., The Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance: Continuity Amid Discord (Florence: European University Institute, 2005), pp. 3-8. (*)

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “Reconciling (or Failing to Reconcile) Regulatory Differences: The Ongoing Transatlantic Dispute over the Regulation of Biotechnology,” in David Andrews, Mark A. Pollack, Gregory C. Shaffer, and Helen Wallace, eds., The Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance : Continuity Amid Discord (Florence: European University Institute, 2005), pp. 167-229. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Institutionalisms and European Integration,” in Antje Wiener and Thomas Diez, eds., European Integration Theory (New York: Oxford University Press, 2004), pp. 137-56. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “The Political Economy of Transatlantic Trade Disputes,” Chapter 2 in Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Transatlantic Trade Disputes: The US, the EU, and the WTO (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003). (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Policy Statement: Managing System Friction,” in Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Transatlantic Trade Disputes: The US, the EU, and the WTO (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003). (*)

John Peterson and Mark A. Pollack. “Introduction: Europe, America, Bush,” chapter 1 in John Peterson and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Europe, America, Bush: Transatlantic Relations in Transition (New York: Routledge, 2003), pp. 1-12. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Unilateral America, Multilateral Europe?” chapter 9 in John Peterson and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Europe, America, Bush: Transatlantic Relations in Transition (New York: Routledge, 2003), pp. 115-127. (*)

John Peterson and Mark A. Pollack. “Conclusion: The End of Transatlantic Partnership?” Chapter 10 in John Peterson and Mark A. Pollack, eds., Europe, America, Bush: Transatlantic Relations in Transition (New York: Routledge, August 2003), pp. 128-142. (*)

Stacy A. Nyikos and Mark A. Pollack. “Researching the European Union: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches,” in Tanja Boerzel and Rachel Cichowski, eds., The State of the European Union, Volume IV: Law, Politics, and Society (New York: Oxford University Press, Fall 2003). (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Transatlantic Governance in Historical and Theoretical Perspective,” in Pollack and Shaffer, Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy, pp. 3-42. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “The Challenge of Reconciling Regulatory Differences: Food Safety and GMOs in the Transatlantic Relationship,” in Pollack and Shaffer, Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy, pp. 153-178. (*)

Translated into French as “Vers un compromis transatlantique sur les OGM?” in Jacques Bourrinet and Sandrine Maljean-Dubois, Le commerce international des organisms génétiquement modifiés (Paris: La documentation française, 2002), pp. 305-315.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Who Governs?” in Pollack and Shaffer, eds., Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy, pp. 287-305. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Biotechnology: The Next Transatlantic Trade War?” The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Autumn 2000), pp. 41 54.

John D. Donahue and Mark A. Pollack. “Centralization and its Discontents: The Rhythms of Federalism in the United States and the European Union,” in Kalypso Nicolaidis and Robert Howse, eds., The Federal Vision: Legitimacy and Levels of Governance in the United States and the European Union (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001). (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Blairism in Brussels: The Third Way in Europe Since Amsterdam,” in Maria Green Cowles and Michael Smith, eds., The State of the European Union, Volume V (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001), pp. 266-291. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “A Blairite Treaty? Neoliberalism and Regulated Capitalism in the Treaty of Amsterdam,” in Karlheinz Neunreither and Antje Wiener, eds., European Integration After Amsterdam: Institutional Dynamics and Prospects for Democracy (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000), pp, 266-289. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “The Engines of Integration? Supranational Autonomy and Influence in the European Union,” in Wayne Sandholtz and Alec Stone Sweet, eds., European Integration and Supranational Governance (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998), pp. 217-249. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “The Commission as an Agent,” in Neill Nugent, ed., At the Heart of the Union: Studies of the European Commission (London: Macmillan, 1997), pp. 145-166.

Mark A. Pollack. “The United States of America,” in G. Ciavarini Azzi, ed., Survey of Current Political Science Research on European Integration Worldwide: 1994-1997 (Brussels: International Political Science Association Research Committee on European Unification, 1997).

Mark A. Pollack. “Regional Actors in an Intergovernmental Play: The Making and Implementation of EC Structural Policy,” in Sonia Mazey and Carolyn Rhodes, eds., The State of the European Union, Vol. III (Boston: Lynne Rienner, 1995), pp. 361-90. (*)

Works in Progress – Books and Edited Volumes

Marieke Kleine and Mark Pollack, eds. Liberal Intergovernmentalism and Its Critics, special issue of Journal of Common Market Studies, in production for publication in December 2018.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack, eds. International Legal Theory: Foundations and Frontiers, edited volume under contract with Cambridge University Press for publication in early 2019.

Chiara Giorgetti, Andreas Follesdal, Mark Pollack and Geir Ulfstein, eds., Beyond Fragmentation: Competition and Collaboration Among International Courts and Tribunals, edited volume under contract with Cambridge University Press for publication in 2019.

Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack, and Alasdair R. Young, eds. Policy-Making in the European Union (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019).

Works in Progress – Papers

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Dissent: Causes and Consequences,” unpublished paper being prepared for journal submission.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Practices,” unpublished paper being prepared for journal submission.

Mark A. Pollack. “Interpreting International Law through Intermediaries,” paper in preparation for project on “The Governor’s Dilemma.”

Public Service Reports and Policy Papers

Mark A. Pollack. “Research Frontiers in International Judicial Independence: Judicial Appointment and Dissent,” in Adriana Silvia Dreyzin de Klor, Miguel Poiares Maduro, and
Antoine Vauchez, eds., Courts, Social Change and Judicial Independence, Robert Schuman Center for Advanced Studies Policy Paper 2012/07 (San Domenico di Fiesole, IT: European University Institute), pp. 57-62.

Mark A. Pollack, lead author. The Political Economy of the Transatlantic Partnership, report prepared by the BP Chair in Transatlantic Relations at the European University Institute, under contract to the Treasury of the United Kingdom (value of contract: Euros 21,500). Report presented to the Treasury by Mark A. Pollack and Helen Wallace on 16 July 2002.

Newspaper and Blog Contributions

Gregory Shaffer, Manfred Elsig and Mark Pollack, “The Slow Killing of the World Trade Organization,” HuffPost, 17 November 2017, https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/5a0ccd1de4b03fe7403f82df.

Manfred Elsig, Mark Pollack, and Gregory Shaffer, “Trump is Fighting an Open War on Trade. His Stealth War on Trade May Be Even More Important,” The Washington Post, 27 September 2017, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2017/09/27/trump-is-fighting-an-open-war-on-trade-his-stealth-war-on-trade-may-be-even-more-important/?utm_term=.9f8665450273.

Manfred Elsig, Mark Pollack, and Gregory Shaffer, “The U.S. is Causing a Major Controversy in the World Trade Organization. Here’s What’s Happening,” The Washington Post, 6 June 2016, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2016/06/06/the-u-s-is-trying-to-block-the-reappointment-of-a-wto-judge-here-are-3-things-to-know/.

“Book Symposium: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations, by Jeffrey Dunoff & Mark Pollack,” 5-day symposium dedicated to Dunoff and Pollack’s edited volume, featuring three posts by the editors, and essays by Richard Steinberg, Ian Hurd, Larry Helfer, Ed Swaine, Joost Pauwelyn and Manfred Elsig, Judge Joan Donoghue, Jana von Stein, Timothy Meyer, and Ruti Teitel. On-line at http://opiniojuris.org/2013/09/16/book-symposium-interdisciplinary-perspectives-international-law-international-relations-jeffrey-dunoff-mark-pollack/, accessed on 7 October 2013.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack, “More Than Trivial: Dissent as Design Element,” EJIL: Talk!, 27 September 2012, at http://www.ejiltalk.org/more-than-trivial-dissent-as-design-element/.

Greg Shaffer and Mark Pollack, “OUP/OJ Book Discussion – When Cooperation Fails: The International Law and Politics of Genetically Modified Foods,” on-line forum on Pollack and Shaffer’s 2009 book, with responses by Tomer Broude, Rebecca Bratspies, Sungjoon Cho, and Kal Raustiala, Opinio Juris, 5-6 January 2011, at https://opiniojuris.org/2010/01/04/oupoj-book-discussion-when-cooperation-fails-the-international-law-and-politics-of-genetically-modified-foods/.

Peer Reviewed Working Papers

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union: Getting the Incentives Right,” Jean Monnet Working Paper 08/08, November 2008, New York University School of Law, http://www.jeanmonnetprogram.org/papers/08/080801.html.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “How Hard and Soft Law Interact in International Regulatory Governance: Alternatives, Complements, and Antagonists,” Society of International Economic Law, Online Proceedings, Working Paper No. 45/08, 15 July 2008, on-line at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1156867.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Institutionalisms and European Integration,” ConWEB Working Paper 2008-1, on-line at http://www.bath.ac.uk/esml/conWEB/Conweb%20papers-filestore/conweb1-2008.pdf. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Principal-Agent Analysis and International Delegation: Red Herrings, Theoretical Clarifications and Empirical Disputes,” College of Europe, Bruges Political Research Papers, No. 2/February 2007, on-line at http://www.coleurope.eu/content/studyprogrammes/pol/docs/wp2_Pollack.pdf. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Rational Choice and EU Politics,” ARENA Working Paper No. 12, October 2006, Center for European Studies, University of Oslo, on-line at http://www.arena.uio.no/publications/working-papers2006/papers/wp06_12.xml. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Regulating Between Domestic Pressure and International Disciplines: The Regulation of Biotechnology in the European Union,” Jean Monnet Working Paper, No. 2004/10, on-line at http://www.jeanmonnetprogram.org/papers/04/041001.pdf. (*)

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in Global Governance,” EUI Working Paper RSC No. 2001/46, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “International Relations Theory and European Integration,” EUI Working Paper RSC No. 2000/55, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy. (*)

Mark A. Pollack and Emilie Hafner-Burton. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union,” (co-authored with Emilie Hafner-Burton), Harvard Jean Monnet Working Paper No. 2/00, on-line at http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/JeanMonnet/papers/00/000201.html. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. “Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the Treaty of Amsterdam,” European Integration online Papers (EIoP) Vol. 3 (1999) N° 6; http://eiop.or.at/eiop/texte/1999006a.htm. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. Beyond Left and Right? Neoliberalism and Regulated Capitalism in the Treaty of Amsterdam, University of Wisconsin, Working Paper Series on European Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1998), on-line at http://www.wisc.edu/eucenter. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. The Engines of Integration? Supranational Autonomy and Influence in the European Community, Center for German and European Studies Working Paper 2.41, University of California, Berkeley, November 1996. (*)

Mark A. Pollack. Obedient Servant or Runaway Eurocracy? Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the European Community, Harvard University, Center for International Affairs Working Paper, October 1995.

Non-Refereed Short Articles and Op-Eds

Mark A. Pollack. “Forward,” in Tom Delreux and Johan Adriaensen, eds., The Principal Agent
Model and the European Union (London: Palgrave, 2017), pp. v-x.

Mark A. Pollack. “Living in a Material World: A Critique of ‘Normative Power Europe’,” EUSA Review, Vol. 23, No. 2 (Spring 2010), pp. 3-5.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “A Method to Its Madness,” op-ed in European Voice, 4 February 2010, accessible at: http://www.europeanvoice.com/article/imported/a-method-to-its-madness/67059.aspx.

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “No Revolution: The Disappointing Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in the European Union,” APSA-EPS: Newsletter of the European Politics & Society Section of the American Political Science Association, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 11-16.

Mark A. Pollack. “Barroso, Jose Manuel Durao,” World Book Encyclopedia, accessible on-line at World Book Online Reference Center, 2006. <http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/Article?id=ar752072>.

Mark A. Pollack. “Schuman, Robert,” World Book Encyclopedia, accessible on-line at World Book Online Reference Center, 19 July 2007 http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/Article?id=ar752066.

Mark A. Pollack. “Does the European Union Represent an n of 1?,” in ECSA Review, Vol. X, No. 3 (Fall 1997), pp. 4-5 [part of a roundtable with James A. Caporaso, Gary Marks, and Andrew Moravcsik], also on-line at http://ecsa.org/N1debate.htm.

Mark A. Pollack. “Integrating Left and Right: Studying EU Politics,” in ECSA Review, Vol. XI, No. 3 (Fall 1998), pp. 2-4 [part of a roundtable with Kathleen R. McNamara, Simon Hix, and Liesbet Hooghe].

Book Reviews

Mark A. Pollack. Review of The New Terrain of International Law: Politics, Courts, Rights,
Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 12, No. 4 (December 2014), pp. 962-964.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of Research Agendas in EU Studies: Stalking the Elephant, edited by M. Egan, N. Nugent and W.E. Paterson, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 49, No. 3 (2011), p. 692.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of Old Europe, New Europe, Core Europe: Transatlantic Relations after the Iraq War, edited by Daniel Levy, Max Pensky, and John Torpey, Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 35, No. 5 (Sept. 2006), pp. 631-33.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of Democracy Beyond the State? The European Dilemma and the Emerging World Order, edited by Michael Th. Greven and Louis W. Pauly, American Political Science Review, Vol. 95, No. 4: 1035-1036.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of Ever Closer Partnership: Policy-Making in US/EU Relations, edited by Eric Philippart and Pascaline Winand, European Foreign Affairs Review, Vol. 6, No. 2: 285-86.

Mark A. Pollack. Lead review article, Journal of Politics, Vol. 60, No. 4 (November 1998), pp. 1202-1208. (Reviews of Policy-Making in the European Union edited by Helen Wallace and William Wallace; European Union: Power and Policy-Making edited by Jeremy Richardson; Adjusting to Europe edited by Yves Meny, Pierre Mueller, and Jean-Louis Quermonne; Political Parties in the European Union by Simon Hix and Christopher Lord; and The Question of Europe edited by Peter Gowan and Perry Anderson).

Mark A. Pollack. Review of Cohesion Policy and European Integration by Liesbet Hooghe, ECSA Review, Vol. XI, No. 1 (Winter 1998), pp. 10-11.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of European Community: The Building of a Union by John Pinder, Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 3, No. 2 (June 1996), p. 292.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of Convergence, Cohesion and Integration in the European Union by Robert Leonardi, Publius, Vol. 26, No. 2 (Spring 1996), pp. 145-148.

Mark A. Pollack. Review of My France by Eugen Weber, French Politics & Society, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Winter 1992), pp. 96-98.

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND INVITED TALKS

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “”The Judicial Trilemma,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Society for Public Law, Copenhagen, Denmark, 5-8 July 2017.

Mareike O. Kleine and Mark A. Pollack. “Liberal Intergovernmentalism and Its Critics,” paper presented at the Princeton University Workshop in Honor of Andrew Moravcsik, 8 May 2017.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “”The Judicial Trilemma,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society of International Law, 13-15 April 2017.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “The Practices of International Law,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, Baltimore, 22-25 February 2017.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New, New Sovereigntism: How the Europe Union Became Disenchanted with International Law and Defiantly Protective of Its Domestic Legal Order,”
paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, Baltimore, 22-25 February 2017.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “The Judicial Trilemma,” paper presented at the ISA Workshop on The Practices of International Law and Beyond: New Avenues in IR/IL Research, Baltimore, 21 February 2017.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Institutionalisms and European Integration,” paper presented at the Workshop on European Integration Theory, Free University Berlin, 13-15 October 2016.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “The Judicial Trilemma: Judicial Accountability, Transparency and Independence in the WTO Appellate Body and International Investment Arbitration,” paper presented at the Workshop on Adjudicating International Trade and Investment Disputes: Between Isolation and Interaction, University of Oslo, 25-26 August 2016.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Practices,” paper presented at Nuffield College, Oxford, 27 May 2016.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Practices,” paper presented at the workshop on the Judicialization of International Relations, Northwestern University, 29-30 April 2016.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Practices,” paper presented at the 57th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, 16-19 March 2016, Atlanta.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Comparative International Judicial Practices: A Manifesto,” invited talk, Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law, Luxembourg, 16 December 2015.

Mark A. Pollack. “Interviewing International Judges,” invited talk, Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law, Luxembourg, 15 December 2015.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Comparative International Judicial Practices: A Manifesto,” invited talk, University of Copenhagen, 12 November 2015.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Comparative International Judicial Practices: A Manifesto,” paper presented at the second annual Conference on the Sociology of Law, University of Toronto, 10 October 2015.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Performances and the Performances of International Courts,” paper presented at the Pluricourts Workshop on the Performance of International Courts, Temple University, Philadelphia, 8-9 October 2015.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Comparative International Judicial Practices: A Manifesto,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law, 9-12 September 2015.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “Reversing Field: What International Relations Can Learn from International Law?” paper prepared for presentation at the APSA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 3-6 September 2015.

Mark A. Pollack. “Political Science and International Courts,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, Washington, DC, 8-11 April 2015.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Dissent: The European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights Compared,” paper presented at the Workshop on the Use of Foreign Law in International Adjudication, American University, Washington College of Law, 30 March 2015. Earlier version presented at the European University Institute, 9 December 2014.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Judicial Dissent, Causes and Consequences,” paper presented at Yale Law School, 31 March 2015. Earlier versions presented at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, 4 April 2014; the Conference of Europeanists, Washington, DC, 14-16 March 2014; and at the Princeton University Conference on Judicial Institutions: Courts in Domestic & International Affairs, 19-20 October 2012.

Mark A. Pollack. “The United States, the European Union, and International Law: Who Supports International Law, and Why?” paper presented at the European University Institute, Florence, 11 December 2014. Earlier version presented at the Fourth Annual American Society for International Law Midyear Meeting, Chicago, 7-8 October 2014.

Mark A. Pollack. “The Legitimacy of the European Court of Justice: Normative Debates and Empirical Evidence,” paper presented at the Symposium on Legitimacy and International Courts, University of Baltimore School of Law, 18-19 September 2014.

Jeffrey Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “The Effectiveness of International Courts,” paper presented at the Harvard/Pluricourts Workshop on the Effectiveness of International Courts, Harvard University, Cambridge, 12-13 September 2014.

Jeffrey A. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “What Can International Relations Learn from International Law?” paper presented as an invited talk in the Project on International Affairs Seminar Series at the University of California at San Diego, 29 May 2014. Earlier versions presented as an invited talk in the International Relations Colloquium series at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, 25 February 2013; and as an invited talk in Yale University’s MacMillan International Relations Seminar Series, 5 December 2012.

Mark A. Pollack, “Remembering the PAST: The Journey from Rational Design to the Continent of International Law,” paper presented at the Temple University workshop on “The Continent of International Law, 20 May 2013.

Mark A. Pollack. “Is International Relations Corrosive of International Law?” paper presented at the Workshop, “Engaging the Writings of Martti Koskenniemi,” Temple University, Beasley School of Law, 12-13 April 2013.

Jeffrey A. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “What Can International Relations Learn from International Law?” invited talk at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, 25 February, 2013. Earlier version presented as an invited talk in Yale University’s MacMillan International Relations Seminar Series, 5 December 2012.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New EU Legal History: What’s New? What’s Missing?” paper presented at the American University, Washington College of Law Roundtable, “Toward a New History of EU Law,” 7 November 2012.

Mark A. Pollack. “The United States, the European Union, and the International Legal Order:
A Framework for Analysis,” paper prepared for presentation as the Keynote Address at the Annual Conference of the Danish European Community Studies Association, Copenhagen, Denmark, 27-28 September 2012. Earlier versions presented at the Jean Monnet Workshop on the United States, the European Union, and International Law, Temple University, Philadelphia, June 1, 2012; and at the Fourth Annual Princeton Workshop on European Integration, Princeton University, May 4, 2012.

Mark A. Pollack. “The United States, the European Union, and Climate Change,” paper prepared for presentation at the Jean Monnet Workshop on the United States, the European Union, and International Law, Temple University, Philadelphia, June 1, 2012.

Mark A. Pollack, “The Transatlantic GMO Conflict During the Obama Years: Managing, but Not Eliminating, System Friction; or, Whatever Happened to the Transatlantic GMO Dispute?” paper prepared for presentation at the Jean Monnet Workshop on Transatlantic Relations under Obama, Temple University, May 18, 2012.

Mark A. Pollack. “Research Frontiers in International Judicial Independence: Judicial Appointment and Dissent,” paper presented at the High Level Policy Seminar on Courts, Social Change and Judicial Independence at the European University Institute, 16-17 March 2012.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack. “International Law and International Relations: Taking Stock, Looking Ahead,” paper presented at the American Society of International Law 2nd Annual Research Forum, University of California at Los Angeles, 3-5 November 2011.

Jeffrey L. Dunoff and Mark A. Pollack, “Theorizing International Law: Two Constellations,” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, 1-4 September 2011.

Manfred Elsig and Mark A. Pollack. “Delegation Theories and International Courts: Design, Agent Selection and Control in the World Trade Organization,” paper prepared for presentation at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal, 17-20 March 2011. Earlier version presented at the European Consortium for Political Research Conference of the Standing Group on International Relations, Stockholm, Sweden, 9-11 September 2010; and at the 4th Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations, Zurich, January 27 – 29, 2011.

Mark A. Pollack and Emilie M. Hafner-Burton. “Mainstreaming International Governance: The Environment, Gender, and IO Performance in the European Union,” paper prepared for presentation at the European Consortium for Political Research Fifth Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, Porto, Portugal, 23-26 June 2010. Earlier version presented at invited talk, Bryn Mawr College, 13 April 2010.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “Hard Law, Soft Law, and International Security: The Cases of Nuclear Weapons and the Responsibility to Protect,” paper presented at the Fourth Annual Global Temple Conference, 17 November 2009.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “How Hard and Soft Law Interact in International Regulatory Governance: Alternatives, Complements, and Antagonists,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, 17 February 2009.

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union: Getting the Incentives Right,” paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Studies Association, 17 February 2009.

Mark A. Pollack. “Principal-Agent Analysis and International Delegation: Red Herrings, Theoretical Clarifications and Empirical Disputes,” paper presented at the International Studies Association, 16 February 2009.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “How Hard and Soft Law Interact in International Regulatory Governance: Alternatives, Complements, and Antagonists,” paper presented at the Conference, “Trade-And? The World Trade Organization’s Fuzzy Borders,” Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, 5-6 February 2009.

Mark A. Pollack. “Principal-Agent Analysis and International Delegation: Red Herrings, Theoretical Clarifications and Empirical Disputes,” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Boston, 28-31 August 2008.

Emilie M. Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union: Getting the Incentives Right,” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Boston, 28-31 August 2008.

Gregory C. Shaffer and Mark A. Pollack. “How Hard and Soft Law Interact in International Regulatory Governance: Alternatives, Complements, and Antagonists,” paper presented at the Inaugural Conference of the Society of International Economic Law, Geneva, 15-17 July 2008.

Mark A. Pollack. “Member State Principals, Supranational Agents, and the EU Budgetary Process, 1970-2008,” paper prepared for presentation at the Conference on Public Finances in the European Union, sponsored by the European Commission Bureau of Economic Policy Advisors, Brussels, 3-4 April 2008.

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Getting the Incentives Right: IO Performance on Cross-Cutting Mandates,” paper prepared for the ISA Venture Research Workshop on IO Performance, San Francisco, 25 March 2008.

Mark A. Pollack. “Rational Choice and EU Politics,” paper prepared for presentation at the Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association, Montreal, 17-19 May 2007.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Regulating Risk in a Global Economy: The United States, the European Union, and Agricultural Biotechnology,” paper prepared for presentation at the Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association, Montreal, 17-19 May 2007.

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “No Revolution: Explaining the Disappointing Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming in the European Union,” paper presented at the Workshop on “Women and Public Policy in Europe,” Temple University, 27 April 2007.

Mark A. Pollack. “Institutional and Policy Developments: Long-Term Empirical Trends,” paper presented at the Conference, “Reflections on European Integration: 50 Years after the Treaty of Rome,” British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London, 23-24 March 2007.

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in the EU: Transformation or Routinization?” paper prepared for presentation at the International Studies Association Annual Conference, Chicago, 28 February – 2 March 2007.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Regulating Risk in a Global Economy: The United States, the European Union, and Agricultural Biotechnology,” paper prepared for presentation at the Biennial Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, Illinois, 29 March – 2 April 2006.

Mark A. Pollack. “Principal-Agent Analysis and International Delegation: Red Herrings, Theoretical Clarifications, and Empirical Disputes,” paper prepared for presentation at the Conference on Delegating Sovereignty, Duke University, 3-4 March 2006.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Distributive Conflicts, Regime Complexes, and the International Regulation of Genetically Modified Organisms,” paper prepared for presentation at the workshop on Nested and Overlapping Regimes, Princeton University, 25 February 2006.

Mark A. Pollack. “International Organizations and Democratic Accountability: The Lessons and Limits of the European Union Case,” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, 31 August – 2 September 2005, Washington, DC.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Transatlantic Agenda at Ten: Reflections on an Experiment in International Governance,” Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Lecture, delivered at the Biennial Meeting of the European Union Studies Association, 31 March – 2 April 2005, Austin, Texas.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Between National Fears and International Disciplines: The Regulation of Biotechnology in the European Union,” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, 2-5 September 2004. Earlier version presented at the workshop on “The New Transatlantic Agenda and the Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance,” European University Institute, Florence, Italy, 17-18 June 2004.

Mark A. Pollack, “Is the New Transatlantic Agenda Dead?” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of American Political Science Association, Chicago, 2-5 September 2004.

Mark A. Pollack. “Delegation of Powers to the European Commission,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Montreal, 17-20 March 2004.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer, “Between National Fears and International Discipline: The Regulation of Biotechnology in the European Union,” at the Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, 11-13 March 2004; revised version to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Sept. 2-5, 2004.

Helen Wallace and Mark A. Pollack, “Policy-Making in the European Union: Five Policy Modes Revisited,” paper presented at the Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, 11-13 March 2004; revised version to be presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Sept. 2-5, 2004.

Mark A. Pollack, “Delegation in the European Union,” paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, 28-31 August 2003; earlier version presented at the Harvard Workshop on Delegation to International Organizations, Cambridge, 26 April 2003.

Mark A. Pollack, “Unilateral America, Multilateral Europe? US and EU support for Multilateralism in Historical Perspective,” paper prepared for presentation at the European Union Studies Association 8th Biennial International Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, March 27-29, 2003.

Mark A. Pollack, “The New Institutionalisms,” paper prepared for presentation at the European Union Studies Association 8th Biennial International Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, March 27-29, 2003.

Mark A. Pollack. “International Relations Theory and European Integration: The State of the Field,” paper presented at the Fourth Biennial International Relations Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, University of Kent, Canterbury, United Kingdom, 8-10 September 2001.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy,” paper presented at the Seventh Biennial Meeting of the European Community Studies Association, Madison, Wisconsin, 31 May-3 June 2001.

John D. Donahue and Mark A. Pollack. “Centralization and Its Discontents: The Rhythms of Federalism in the United States and the European Union,” paper presented at the Seventh Biennial Meeting of the European Community Studies Association, Madison, Wisconsin, 31 May-3 June 2001.

Mark A. Pollack. “Control Mechanism or Deliberative Democracy? Two Images of Comitology,” paper presented at the Workshop on EU Institutions, University of Seattle, 4-5 May 2001; revised version presented at the University of Siena, 6 November 2001.

Mark A. Pollack. “Learning from the Americanists (Again): Empirical Methods and Hypothesis-Testing in the Study of Delegation and Agency,” paper presented at a conference on Delegation in the European Union, Nuffield College, Oxford, 3-4 November 2000.

Emilie Hafner-Burton and Mark A. Pollack. “Mainstreaming Gender in Global Governance,” paper presented at the Workshop on Mainstreaming Gender in European Public Policy, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 14-15 October 2000.

Mark A. Pollack. “International Relations Theory and European Integration,” paper presented at the XXVIIIth World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Quebec, Canada, 1-5 August 2000.

Mark A. Pollack and Emilie Hafner-Burton. “Mainstreaming Gender in the European Union,” Emilie Hafner-Burton), paper presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, 30 March-2 April 2000.

Mark A. Pollack. “EU Equal Opportunities Policy: Towards a Broader Agenda?” paper presented at a workshop on “Women, Power and Public Policy,” Nuffield College, Oxford, 21-22 January 2000. Earlier versions presented at the Sixth Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 3-6 June 1999; and the Structures of Governance (SOG) Conference, Madison, WI, 22-24 April 1999.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy: Introduction,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Atlanta, 2-5 September 1999. Subsequent version presented at the European University Institute, 7 November 2000.

Mark A. Pollack. “Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting: The State of the Literature,” paper presented at the Harvard University/European University Institute Workshop on EU Theory, Florence, 21-22 June 1999.

Mark A. Pollack and Gregory C. Shaffer. “Introduction” and “Conclusions: Explaining and Mapping the New Transatlantic Agenda,” papers presented at the European Union Center Conference on The New Transatlantic Dialogue: Intergovernmental, Transgovernmental and Transnational Perspectives, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1-2 June 1999 (co-authored with Gregory C. Shaffer, University of Wisconsin Law School).

Mark A. Pollack. “How Did We Get Here? The Growth of EU Policy Competence, 1957-1999,” paper presented at the Transatlantic Symposium on “Rethinking Federalism in the EU and US: The Challenge of Legitimacy,” Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 19-20 April 1999.

Mark A. Pollack. “A Blairite Treaty: Neoliberalism and Regulated Capitalism in the Treaty of Amsterdam,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, 3-6 September 1998. Earlier version presented at the Eleventh Biennial Conference of Europeanists, Baltimore, MD, 26 February-1 March 1998.

Mark A. Pollack. “Constructivism, Social Psychology, and Elite Attitude Change: Lessons from an Exhausted Research Program,” paper presented at the Eleventh Biennial Conference of Europeanists, Baltimore, MD, 26 February-1 March 1998.

Mark A. Pollack. “Representing Diffuse Interests in EC Policymaking,” paper presented at the Fifth Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association, Seattle, Washington, 29 May-1 June 1997. Earlier version presented at the Conference on Problem Solving Capacity of Transnational Governance Systems, Max Planck Institute, Cologne, Germany, 8-9 November 1996.

Mark A. Pollack. “The Engines of Integration,” paper presented at the Fifth Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association, Seattle, Washington, 29 May-1 June 1997. Earlier version presented at the Conference on European Union (Laguna III), University of California, Irvine, 7-9 June 1996.

Mark A. Pollack. “Ignoring the Commons: How EC Environmental Policy Spilled Over from the Common Market and Was Excluded from the Governance of the International Commons,” paper presented at the 10th International Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, 14-16 March 1996.

Mark A. Pollack. “The New Institutionalism and EC Governance,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, 31 August-3 September 1995.

Mark A. Pollack. “Obedient Servant or Runaway Eurocracy? Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the European Community,” paper presented at the Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association, Charleston, South Carolina, 11-14 May 1995.

Mark A. Pollack. “Beyond Neofunctionalism vs. Intergovernmentalism,” paper presented at the Harvard University Conference, “Governing Europe: Power, Process and Legitimacy after Maastricht,” Center for European Studies, Cambridge, 2-4 December 1994.

Mark A. Pollack. “Creeping Competence: The Expanding Agenda of the European Community,” paper presented to the Ninth International Conference of Europeanists, Chicago, 31 March-2 April 1994.

 

RESEARCH SUPPORT, PRIZES AND AWARDS

Temple University Internationalization Grant, $4,000 for establishment of research links with European Universities on international courts and tribunals, July 2016 – June 2017.

College of Liberal Arts Research Award, $5,000 for research project (with Jeffrey Dunoff) on International Judicial Practices, December 2015-December 2016.

Temple University Grant-in-Aid Award, $3,200 for research project, An Ambivalent Champion: The United States and International Law, December 2015 – June 2017.

Faculty Senate Seed Money Grant, Temple University, $6,848 for research project (with Jeffrey L. Dunoff) on International Judicial Dissent, July 2013 – June 2014.

Summer Research Award, Temple University, $7,000, June-August 2014.

The Provost’s Award for Innovative Teaching in General Education, Temple University, Spring 2013.

Summer Research Award, Temple University, $7,000, June-August 2012.

Jean Monnet Chair ad personam, European Commission grant, €43,200 over three years, September 2009 – August 2012.

Provost Seed Grant, Temple University for International Law and International Relations: Taking Stock (co-PI with Prof. Jeffrey Dunoff, Temple Law School), $49,976, July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011.

Summer Research Award, Temple University, $7,000, June-August 2010.

Research Incentive Fund Award, Temple University, $4,300, Spring 2008.

Summer Research Award, Temple University, $4,500, June-August 2007.

College of Liberal Arts Mid-Career Award, Temple University, Academic Year 2006-2007. One course reduction to pursue research on delegation in international politics.

University of Wisconsin Graduate School Research Grant, Summer 2003. One-ninth summer salary plus $1,500 research expenses.

Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE) Research Grant, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall 2003, $3,000.

WAGE Research Grant, University of Wisconsin-Madison, January-December 2002, $7,500.

Senior Research Fellowship, BP Chair in Transatlantic Relations, European University Institute, September 2000-August 2002, Euros 50,000 per annum.

German Marshall Fund Fellowship, 1 January-31 December 2000, $42.000.

World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE) Research Grant, University of Wisconsin,
Madison, September 1998-August 1999, $8.000.

University of Wisconsin Graduate School Research Grant, Summer 1997, Summer 1998. One-ninth summer salary.

World Affairs and the Global Economy (WAGE) Research Grant, Sept.1996-Aug. 1997, $5,000.

Program for the Center of Germany and Europe Fellowship, 1992-1993, $15,000.

Center for European Studies, Summer Travel Grant, Summer 1990. $3,000.

Ford Program in Western European Security travel grant, Summer 1989. $3,000.

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) travel grant, Summer 1989. Tuition and travel expenses for language study at Goethe Institute, Iserlohn, Germany.

Harvard Grant, Harvard University, 1988-1990, tuition and fees plus $7,000 per annum.

United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1282 Scholarship, 1984, $1,500.

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Editorships and Editorial Boards

Editorial Board, International Theory, June 2015-present.

Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Common Market Studies, April 2009-present.

Editorial Board, Comparative European Politics, September 2003-present.

Editorial Board, European Political Science, May 2004-present.

Editorial Board, Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics, Palgrave-Macmillan Press, May 2005 – present.

Co-Editor, Routledge Contemporary European Studies Series, Jan 2011 – November 2015.

Editor, APSA-EPS Newsletter, the newsletter of the APSA European Politics & Society Organized Interest Section, September 2003 – August 2005.

Co-Editor, APSA-EPS Newsletter, the newsletter of the APSA European Politics & Society Organized Interest Section, September 2005 – August 2007.

International Editorial Board, European Union Politics, September 1999-March 2011.

Editorial Board, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, November 1997 – June 2003.

Editorial Board, Routledge Contemporary European Studies Series, Routledge Press, April 2005-December 2010.

Advisory Board, Research Project on Delegation of Power to International Organizations, University of Munich, August 2016 – present.

Professional Activities and Committees

Member, International Steering Committee, Sixth Annual Conference on the European Union in International Affairs, Brussels, 16-18 May 2018.

Chair, Travel Grants Committee, American Political Science Association Organized Interest Section on European Politics & Society, 2017-2018.

External Evaluator, International Studies Program, Towson University, March 2017.

Co-Chair, 23rd International Conference of Europeanists, Philadelphia, April 14-16, 2016. [Served, together with Mabel Berezin (Cornell University) as co-chair of Program Committee for largest conference of European studies scholars in the world, over 1,000 participants, featuring plenary address by Paul Krugman.]

Member, Local Organizing Committee, 23rd International Conference of Europeanists, Philadelphia, April 14-16, 2016.

External tenure and promotion evaluator (2016-2017 academic year only): University of Pennsylvania, Oxford University, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Member, Program Committee, American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, April 2015.

July Member, Best Dissertation Prize, European Union Studies Association, March 2015.

Jury Member, European Union Studies Association Best Book Prize, Spring 2013.

Jury Chair, Best Article Prize Committee, Journal of Common Market Studies, Spring 2011.

Section Chair, European Integration Theory, for the European Consortium for Political Research Fifth Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, Porto, Portugal, 23-26 June 2010.

Member, American Political Science Association Prize Committee on Best Dissertation in European Politics and Society, Spring 2008.

Program Chair for the Ninth Biennial International Conference of the European Union Studies Association, Austin, Texas, March 31st-April 1st, 2005.

Chair, European Politics and Society Organized Interest Section, American Political Science Association, September 2003-August 2004; Chair Emeritus 2004-2005.

Member (ex officio), Steering Committee, APSA European Politics & Society Organized Interest Section, September 2005-August 2007.

Chair, Syllabus Bank Committee, APSA European Politics & Society Organized Interest Section, Sept 2006 – August 2011.

Visiting Professor, Joint Chair in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Department of Social and Political Sciences, European University Institute, September 2001-August 2002.

Senior Research Fellow, BP Chair in Transatlantic Relations, European University Institute, September 2000-August 2002. Primarily a research position; other responsibilities include organization of the academic programme of the BP Chair, including conferences and speakers series; see BP Chair web site at: http://www.iue.it/RSC/BP.

Co-Director (with Helen Wallace and Jan Zielonka, EUI), European Forum 2001-2002: The External Dimensions of Europeanization. Involves co-directing a research team of 18 post-doctoral fellows at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUI; see http://www.iue.it/RSC/EF/.

Member of the Executive Committee, European Union Studies Association, June 1999-June 2003. An elective position. During first term (1999-2001), responsibilities included chairmanship of the Publications and Conference Subcommittees, and Forum and Features editor of the quarterly EUSA Review. Second-term (2001-2003) responsibilities include serving as Treasurer and continuing editorship of the EUSA Review.

Member of the Program Committee, Seventh Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association, Madison, WI, 31 May-3 June 2001.

Professional Conferences and Workshops Organized

Co-organizer, Workshop on “Liberal Intergovernmentalism and Its Critics,” Princeton University, 8 May 2017.

Co-organizer, Second Annual Philadelphia Europeanists Workshop (PHEW), Temple University, 7 October 2016.

Co-organizer, Second Annual Temple Workshop on International Institutions and Global Governance (TWIIGG), Temple University, 4 November 2016.

Co-organizer, Philadelphia Europeanists Workshop (PHEW), Temple University, 23 October 2015.

Co-organizer, Temple Workshop on International Institutions and Global Governance (TWIIGG), Temple University, 30 October 2015.

Co-organizer of a workshop on “The Continent of International Law,” Temple University, 20 May 2013, http://sites.temple.edu/koremenos/.

Organizer of a workshop on “The United States, the European Union, and the International Legal Order,” Temple University, 1 June 2012.

Organizer of a workshop on “Transatlantic Relations under Obama,” Temple University, 18 May 2012.

Co-organizer of a conference on “Antidiscrimination Law and Policy in the European Union,” Temple University, 13 April 2012.

Co-organizer of a conference on “International Law and International Relations: Taking Stock. Part I, Theorizing and Making International Law,” Temple University School of Law, 8-9 April 2011.

Co-organizer of a conference on “International Law and International Relations: Taking Stock. Part II: Interpretation and Enforcement,” Temple University School of Law, 13-14 May 2011.

Organizer of a workshop on “Women and Public Policy in Europe,” Temple University, 27 April 2007.

Co-organizer (with Gregory Shaffer) of a conference on “Transatlantic Economic Governance,” European University Institute, 18-19 June 2004.

Co-organizer (with Susan Baker) of a conference on “The Kyoto Protocol Without America: Finding a Way Forward After Marrakech,” European University Institute, 21-22 June 2002.

Co-organizer (with Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann) of a conference on “Dispute Settlement and Dispute Prevention in the Transatlantic Partnership: Part II: Services, Intellectual Property, and Analysis,” European University Institute, Florence, 3-4 May 2002.

Co-organizer (with John Peterson) of a conference on “Continuity and Change in Transatlantic Relations,” European University Institute, 8-9 February 2002.

Co-organizer (with Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann) of a conference on “Dispute Settlement and Dispute Prevention in the Transatlantic Partnership: Part I: Trade in Goods,” European University Institute, Florence, 5-6 July 2001.

Organizer of a one-day workshop on “The New Transatlantic Agenda: What Has Been Achieved?” European University Institute, Florence, 20 April 2001.

Co-organizer (with Greg Shaffer) of a Workshop and edited volume on “Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy,” 4-5 May 1999.

Co-organizer (with Sally Kenney and Jo Shaw) of a Workshop on “Mainstreaming Gender in European Public Policy,” University of Wisconsin-Madison, 14-15 October 2000.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE: TEMPLE UNIVERSITY (2004- )

University and College of Liberal Arts Service

Director of Global Studies, College of Liberal Arts, Temple University, September 2015 – .

Member, Law School Dean Search Committee, Fall 2016 – Spring 2017.

Member, Tenure Committee, College of Liberal Arts, Fall 2017 – Spring 2018.

Member, Writing-Intensive Course Committee, Temple University, Spring 2016 – Fall 2019

Member, Study Abroad Petitions Committee, Temple University, Spring 2016.

Co-Director (with Richard Deeg, Orfeo Fioretos and Julia Lynch), Penn-Temple European Studies Colloquium, September 2005 – .

Chair, CLA Committee on the Creation of a Global Studies Major at Temple, Spring 2008 – April 2014.

Co-Director (with Jeffrey L. Dunoff), International Studies Colloquium, Spring 2012.

Elected member, CLA Budget Priorities Committee, Sept 2007 – August 2009.

Member, University Senate Committee on the Status of Women, November 2005 – August 2008.

Chair, CLA Subcommittee on the Creation of an International Studies Major at Temple, Spring 2007.

Faculty Advisor for student group, Temple Model UN, Fall 2010 – Spring 2017.

Faculty Advisor for student group, Generation United Nations Temple University Chapter, February 2017 – .

Faculty Advisor for student group, Political Science Society, Fall 2009 – Fall 2014.

Interviewer, Temple University Fulbright Committee, Fall 2015.

Review Committee, Global Scholarship Fund, Fall 2006.

General Education Program, Subcommittee on Non-American Societies, July 2005 – July 2006.

Official representative of Temple University to the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), April 2006 – June 2012.

Bower Prize Committee, Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy (CENFAD), Spring 2005.

Department Service

Chair, International Relations Field, July 2016 – present.

Member, Graduate Committee, July 2016 – present.

Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Department Policies, July 2016-Present.

Member, Departmental Hiring Committee, Spring 2016.

Chair, Tenure Review Committee for Prof. Hillel Soifer, Spring 2016.

Departmental Library Liaison, Fall 2012 – present.

Chair, International Relations Field, September 2005-August 2011, May 2012 – August 2015.

Chair, International Relations Search Committee, Fall 2014.

Member, Graduate Committee, September 2011 – .

Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, September 2011 – .

Member, Strategic Planning Committee, September 2011 – .

Departmental Merit Committee, elected member annually 2005-2010 and 2012-2014. Chaired committee during 2005-2006 and 2012-2013.

Chair, International Relations Search Committee, Fall 2010

Chair, International Relations Search Committee, Fall 2007

Comparative Politics Search Committee, Fall 2007

Department Committee on Tenure and Promotion Standards, Spring 2007

Graduate Affairs Committee, September 2005 – August 2007

Graduate Admissions Committee, September 2005 – August 2007

Strategic Planning Committee, January 2006 – June 2006

Departmental Representative to University Libraries, Oct 2006 –

Chair, Tenure Committee for Geoffrey Herrera, Fall 2004

Chair, International Relations Search Committee, Fall 2004

UNIVERSITY SERVICE: UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN (Highlights, 1995-2004)

Department Service

IR Field Chair, Sept. 2002 – 2004.

Chair, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Sept. 2003 – 2004.

Executive Committee Secretary, Jan. 2002 – June 2003.

Graduate Admissions Committee, 1998 and 1999.

Pi Sigma Alpha advisor, 1995-1999.

Undergraduate Honors Advisor, 1995-1999.

International Relations recruitment committee, 1997.

German Politics recruitment committee, 1998-2000.

University Service

Executive Committee member, European Union Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 1999-.

Advisor to the Dean for European Studies and Senior Fellow in European Union Studies, 15 May 1999-14 May 2000 (responsibilities include preparation of the successful proposal for Title VI funding to establish a National Resource Center for Western Europe at UW-Madison).

Committee for the Review of the Center on World Affairs and the Global Economy, Sept. 2003-June 2004.

Faculty Appeals Committee, January 2003- .

Fulbright selection committee, 1999, 2000.

EU Center Fellowships selection committee, 1999, 2000.

Advisory Committee member, European Studies Working Papers Series, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 1997-.

Featured speaker on “Europe and America in the Age of Terrorism: Building Transatlantic Bridges,” sponsored by the Wisconsin Alumni Association and the Madison Transatlantic Initiative of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Chicago, IL, 16 March 2004.

Co-organizer (with Gilles Bousquet), K-12 Teacher’s workshop on the European Union, June 1999; and EU Center outreach activity.

Speaker, High School teacher’s workshop “Teaching the EU,” an EU Center outreach activity at the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, April 1999.

Lectures on the European Union in the Great Decisions series, 1996, 1997, and 1999.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (syllabi and teaching evaluations available on request)

Principal Areas: international relations, international law, international organizations, European politics, European Union, ethics and international relations, interdisciplinary world affairs.

Chronology of Teaching Experience: Temple University

GS 2096: Introduction to Global Studies, Fall 2017 (Student evaluations: 4.9 out of a possible 5.0 in response to the prompt, “The instructor taught this course well”).

GS 4096: Senior Capstone Seminar in Global Studies, Fall 2017 (Student evaluations: 5.0).

PS 9283: Directed Study: The Politics of International Law, Summer 2017 (no student evaluations, small class)

PS 4896: Senior Capstone Seminar: The United States and International Law, Spring 2017 (Student evaluations: 5.0).

GS 2096: Introduction to Global Studies, Fall 2016 (Student evaluations: 5.0).

GS 4096: Senior Capstone Seminar in Global Studies, Fall 2016 (Student evaluations: 4.6).

PS 3331: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2016 (Student evaluations: 4.8).

PS 3331: Politics of the European Union, Summer 2016, at Temple University Rome Campus (Student evaluations: 4.6).

GS 2096: Introduction to Global Studies, Fall 2015 (Student evaluations: 4.6).

PS 3996/4996/8330: Honors Capstone and Graduate Research Seminar: International Law and International Relations, Fall 2015 (Student evaluations: 4.9).

PS 3896/4896: The United States and International Law, Spring 2015 (Student evaluations: 4.9).

PS 2314: The Politics of International Law, Fall 2014 (Student evaluations: 4.9).

PS 8301: Graduate Seminar: Theories of International Politics, Fall 2014 (small class, no evaluations)

PS 866: World Affairs, Spring 2014 (Student evaluations: 4.8 out of a possible 5.0; “The instructor taught this course well”).

PS 8330: Graduate Seminar: International Law and International Relations, Spring 2014 (small class, no evaluations)

PS 2321: Politics of the Global Economy, Fall 2013 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 3331: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2013 (Student evaluations: 4.8)

PS 866: World Affairs, Spring 2013 (Student evaluations: 4.2).

PS 8301: Graduate Seminar: Theories of International Politics, Spring 2013 (small class, no evaluations).

PS 966: Honors World Affairs, Fall 2012 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 3331: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2012 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 3996/4996: Honors Capstone Seminar: The United States and the Rule of International Law, Spring 2012 (Student evaluations: 4.6).

PS 3331: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2011 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 8301: Graduate Seminar: Theories of International Politics, Fall 2011 (Student evaluations: 4.7)

PS 8330: International Law Colloquium: International Law and International Relations, co-taught with Jeffrey Dunoff and cross-listed with Temple Law School, Fall 2011 (small class, no student evaluations)

PS 866: World Affairs, Summer 2011 (Student evaluations: 4.7)

PS 3396: The International Legal Order, Summer 2011 (Student evaluations: 5.0)

PS 2321: Politics of the Global Economy, Spring 2011 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 8304: Graduate Seminar: International Organizations and Global Governance, Spring 2011 (Student evaluations: 4.8)

PS 966: Honors World Affairs, Fall 2010 (Student evaluations: 4.4)

PS 3331: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2010 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 866: World Affairs, Spring 2010 (Student evaluations: 4.6)

PS 3997/4997: Honors Capstone Seminar: The European Union and the World, Spring 2010 (small class, no student evaluations)

PS 4896: Capstone Seminar, The United States and the Rule of Law in International Affairs, Fall 2009 (Student evaluations: 4.6)

PS 8330: Graduate Seminar, Topics in International Relations: The Politics of International Law, Fall 2009 (Student evaluations 4.7)

Gen Ed 866: World Affairs, Summer I 2009 (Student evaluations: 4.9)

PS 3396: The International Legal Order, Summer I 2009 (Student evaluations: 4.7)

Gen Ed 866: World Affairs, Spring 2009 (Student evaluations: 4.7).

PS 8304: Graduate Seminar: International Organizations and Global Governance, Spring 2009 (Small class, no evaluations).

PS 3396: The International Legal Order, Summer Session II, 2008 (Student evaluations: 4.71).

Gen Ed 866: World Affairs, Summer Session I, 2008 (Small class, no evaluations).

Gen Ed 866: World Affairs, Spring 2008 (Student evaluations: 4.75 out of a possible 5.00).

PS 4896: Capstone Seminar: Ethics and International Relations, Spring 2008 (Student evaluations: 4.77).

PS 8830: Advanced Research Seminar in International Relations, Fall 2007 (small class, no evaluations)

PS 2331: Global Governance and International Relations, Fall 2007 (Student evaluations, 4.85)

PS 460: Graduate Seminar: Theories of International Relations, Spring 2007 (Student evaluations: 4.86).

Additional teaching, Spring 2007:
” Graduate Reading Course, Global Governance of Financial Services

PS 202: Politics of the European Union (new course), Fall 2006 (Student evaluations: 4.67).

PS 463: Graduate Seminar: International Organizations and Global Governance, Fall 2006 (small class, no evals).

Additional teaching, Fall 2006
” Graduate reading course, Transnational Actors, for Molly Ruhlman
” Senior Honors Thesis advising, Taylor Benjamin-Britton
” Undergraduate internship advisor, Jared Pentz

PS 53: Introduction to International Relations, Spring 2006 (Student evaluations: 4.5).

PS 263: International Organizations and Global Governance, Spring 2006 (No student evaluations due to administrative error)

PS 291/391: Honors Capstone Seminar: Ethics and International Relations, Fall 2005 (Student evaluations: 4.76)

PS 460: Graduate Seminar: Theories of International Relations, Fall 2005 (Student evaluations: 4.72)

PS 463: Graduate Seminar: International Organizations and Global Governance, Spring 2005 (Student evaluations: 4.79)

PS 263: International Organizations and Global Governance, Fall 2004 (Student evaluations: 4.69)

Dissertations Supervised (Temple University only)
” Danielle Scherer (ongoing)
” Aja Binette (ongoing)
” Stefanie Kasparek (ongoing)
” Lauren Farmer (2016)
” Gorana Draguljic (2016)
” Taylor Benjamin-Britton (2016)
” Sheri Sunderland (2015)
” Molly Ruhlman (2013)
” Joel Hillison (2009)
” Adam Lusk (2009)
” Jonathan Rothermel (2009)
” Alan Stolberg (2007)

Dissertation Committee Service (Temple University only)
” Travis Blemings (2017)
” Mark Dingfield (2016)
” Kevin Hockmuth (2015)
” Joshua Leon (2010)

Chronology of Teaching Experience: University of Wisconsin

PS 857: Graduate Seminar: Theories of International Relations, Fall 2003 (Student evaluations: 5.00 out of a possible 5.00)

PS 338: The European Union: Politics and Political Economy, Fall 2003 (Student evaluations: 4.26)

PS 103: Introduction to International Relations, Spring 2003 (Student evaluations: 4.24).

PS 856: Comparative Politics Field Seminar, Fall 2002 (Student evaluations: 4.67).

PS 401: Ethics and International Relations, Fall 2002 (Student evaluations: 4.83)

PS 850: Comparative Politics of Advanced Industrialized Countries, Fall 1999 (Student evaluations: 4.78)

PS 275: Introduction to International Relations, Spring 1999 (Student evaluations: 4.73)

PS 950: Graduate Seminar: European Union Law and Politics, Spring 1999 (Student evaluations not available; only two students registered from political science)

PS 850: Comparative Politics of Advanced Industrial Countries, Fall 1998 (Student evaluations: 4.86)

PS 622: European Politics in Transition, Fall 1998 (Student evaluations: 4.92)

PS 275: Introduction to International Relations, Spring 1998 (Student evaluations: 4.58)

PS 695: Ethics and International Relations, Spring 1998 (Student evaluations: 5.00).

PS 684: Senior Honors Thesis Seminar, Spring 1998 (Student evaluations: 4.90).

PS 401: International Politics After the Cold War, Fall 1997 (Student evaluations: 4.69).

PS 683: Senior Honors Thesis Seminar, Fall 1997 (Student evaluations: 4.78)

PS 622: European Politics in Transition, Spring 1997 (Student evaluations: 4.71).

PS 950: Graduate Seminar: The New Institutionalism in American, Comparative and International Politics, Spring 1997 (Student evaluations: 4.14).

PS 275: Introduction to International Relations, Fall 1996 (Student evals: 4.89)

PS 338: The European Union: Politics and Political Economy, Fall 1996 (with Leon Lindberg) (Student evaluations: 4.68)

PS 695: Politics of the Environment, Fall 1996 (Student evaluations: 4.83)

PS 950: Graduate Seminar: The New Institutionalism in American, Comparative and International Politics, Spring 1996 (Student evaluations: 4.89)

PS 622: European Politics in Transition, Spring 1996 (Student evaluations: 4.65)

PS 106: Introduction to Comparative Politics, Fall 1995 (Student evaluations: 4.23)

PS 401: Ethics and International Relations, Fall 1995 (Student evaluations: 4.88)

Additional Teaching:

University of Pennsylvania

PS 152: International Political Economy, Spring 2017 (Student evaluations: 3.79 out of 4.00 for “Overall quality of instructor”).

PS 152: International Political Economy, Spring 2016 (Student evaluations, 3.95).

PS 152: International Political Economy, Fall 2015 (Student evaluations: 3.75).

PS 152: International Political Economy, Spring 2015 (Student evaluations: 3.74).

PS 152: International Political Economy, Fall 2013 (Student evaluations: 3.86).

PS 152: International Political Economy, Spring 2011 (Student evaluations: 3.62).

PS 152: International Political Economy, Spring 2010 (Student evaluations: 3.51).

PS 254: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2009.

PS 254: Politics of the European Union, Fall 2007 (Course evaluations: quality of instructor 3.70 out of a possible 4.0).

Dissertation committee member for Kaija Schilde, defended July 2010.

Faculty advisor for senior honors thesis for Angela Redai, Spring 2008.

Faculty advisor for senior honors thesis for Boyan Gerasimov, Fall 2009-Spring 2010.

European University Institute

Spring 2002 Graduate Seminar in the Departments of Law and Social and Political Science; Transatlantic Governance: Law and Politics. Course offered in conjunction with a similar course taught simultaneously by Prof. Gregory Shaffer in the University of Wisconsin Law School, with four scheduled joint classes via video interlink.

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Conversational in French

Speaking and reading proficiency in Spanish, Italian, and German

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Mark A. Pollack is Professor of Political Science and Law and Jean Monnet Chair at Temple University, in Philadelphia, where he also serves as Director of Global Studies. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1995, and taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the European University Institute in Florence, Italy before coming to Temple.

His research agenda focuses on the role of international institutions and international law in regional and global governance. His past research has examined the delegation of powers to the supranational organizations in the European Union, governance of the transatlantic relationship, the global regulation of genetically modified foods, and the “mainstreaming” of gender and environmental issues in international organizations. His current research includes a research project (with Jeffrey Dunoff) on international judicial dissent, as well as a forthcoming symposium (in the International Journal of Constitutional Law) and a book project on the United States’ ambivalent support for international law.

Prof. Pollack is the author of The Engines of European Integration: Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the EU (Oxford University Press, 2003), and co-author (with Gregory C. Shaffer) of When Cooperation Fails: The Law and Politics of Genetically Modified Foods (Oxford University Press, May 2009). He is also editor or co-editor of eight books, including most recently Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (with Jeffrey L. Dunoff, Cambridge University Press, 2013), and Policy-Making in the European Union, 7th edition (with Helen Wallace and Alasdair Young, Oxford University Press, 2015).

He has also published in a number of leading political science and law journals, including International Organization, European Journal of International Relations, Review of International Organizations, Annual Review of Political Science, European Political Science, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Public Policy, Comparative Political Studies, Comparative European Politics, West European Politics, Boston College Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, and the American University International Law Review, and Feminist Legal Studies.

Short Sketch

Mark A. Pollack is Professor of Political Science and Law, Jean Monnet Chair, and Director of Global Studies at Temple University, where he conducts research on international law and international relations and on the European Union. He has published widely on these subjects, including most recently Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Law and International Relations: The State of the Art (co-edited with Jeffrey L. Dunoff, Cambridge University Press, 2013), and Who Supports International Law, and Why? The United States, the European Union, and the International Legal Order, a special issue of the International Journal of Constitutional Law (Vol. 13, No. 4, 2015). He is currently working on a project, with Jeffrey L. Dunoff, on international judicial practices.

 

 

 

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