The Review of International Organizations
The Review of International Organizations publishes original scientific contributions analyzing the operations and policies of agencies such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organization, the Group of 7, the World Bank, NATO, the World Health Organization, the European Court of Human Rights, the UN, and similar institutions. Its focus extends to governmental organizations, as well as international non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Beyond formal organizations, the Review presents papers on softer institutions and networks of international cooperation, including APEC, the Global Development Network, and the International Competition Forum. The journal offers studies based on modern economic, political economic, and international relations theories, using quantitative or qualitative methods. The RIO has a comment section where it invites comments to articles published in the Review of International Organizations and elsewhere. Replication is particularly encouraged.
Review time from submission to first decision: 31 days (Average number of days between the date the manuscript was received and the first decision, 2013)
Officially cited as: Rev Int Organ
Erratum to: William Phelan. 2015. In place of inter-state retaliation: The European Union’s rejection of WTO-style trade sanctions (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
Karen J. Alter (September 2016)
Sebastian Mayer (September 2016)
Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands. 2016. The International Monetary Fund: Distinguishing Reality from Rhetoric (Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar)
Ayse Kaya (September 2016)
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