refereed journal articles

Bloomfield, Michael and Philip Schleifer 2017 (early view). Tracing Failure in Non-State Market-Driven Governance: The Case of Coral Reef Protection, Global Environmental Politics, 17, 4. [link

Schleifer, Philip 2016Private Regulation and Global Economic Change: The Drivers of Sustainable Agriculture in Brazil, Governance, early view. [link

Schleifer, Philip 2016. Private Governance Undermined: India and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, Global Environmental Politics, 16, 1: 38-58. [link

Klingler-Vidra, Robyn and Philip Schleifer 2014. Convergence More or Less: Why Do Practices Vary as they Diffuse?, International Studies Review, 16, 2: 265-274. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2013. Orchestrating Sustainability: The Case of European Union Biofuel Governance, Regulation & Governance, 7, 4: 533-546. [link]

books and book chapters

Bäckstrand, Karin, Fariborz Zelli and Philip Schleifer (forthcoming), The Legitimacy and Accountability of Polycentric Climate Governance, in: Governing Climate Change: Policentricity in Action, edited by David Huitema, Harro van Asselt and Johanna Forster (Cambridge University Press). 

Schleifer, Philip 2016, Let’s Bargain: Setting Standards for Sustainable Biofuels, in: Sustainability Politics and Limited Statehood: Contesting the New Modes of Governance, edited by Alejandro Esguerra, Nicole Helmerich, and Thomas Risse (Palgrave Macmillan). [link]

Liese, Andrea and Philip Schleifer 2012, Internationale Arbeitsorganisation, in: Handbuch Internationale Organisationen: Theoretische Grundlagen und Akteure, edited by Katja Freistein and Julia Leininger (Oldenbourg Verlag): 135-144. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2009, How to Make Better Factories? Explaining Variance in Labour Standard Compliance across Asia’s Garment Economies (Grin Verlag).  [link]

Book reviews

Schleifer, Philip 2017. Cramb, Rob A., and John F. McCarthy, eds. 2016. The Oil Palm Complex: Smallholders, Agribusiness and the State in Indonesia and Malaysia. Singapore: NUS Press. Global Environmental Politics, early view. [link]

working papers

Schleifer, Philip, Matteo Fiorini, and Graeme Auld 2017, Transparency in Transnational Sustainability Governance:  A Multivariate Analysis of Regulatory Standard-Setting Programs, EUI Working Papers, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies 2017/16. [link]

Fiorini, Matteo, Bernard Hoekman, Marion Jansen, Philip Schleifer, Olga Solleder, Regina Taimasova, and Joseph Wozniak 2016, Exploring Voluntary Sustainability Standards Using ITC Standards Map: On the Accessibility of Voluntary Sustainability Standards for Suppliers, International Trade Centre Working Paper Series, WP-04-2016.E. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2015, Creating Legitimacy for Private Rules: Explaining the Choice of Legitimation Strategies in Transnational Non-State Governance, EUI Working Papers, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies 2015/62. [link]

Bloomfield, Michael and Philip Schleifer 2015, When Institutions Fail: Legitimacy, (De)legitimation and the Failure of Private Governance Systems, EUI Working Papers, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies 2015/36.  [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2015, Transnational Sustainability Governance and the Global South: A Comparative Study of Producer Support in Brazil, EUI Working Papers, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies 2015/13.  [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2014, Let's Bargain: Setting Standards for Sustainable Biofuels, EUI Working Papers, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies 2014/124.  [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2010, Only Strategic Action? Private Governance in the Global Sportswear Industry,’ Papers on International Political Economy, Center for International Political Economy, Free University Berlin.  [link]

doctoral thesis

Schleifer, Philip 2014, Whose Rules? The Diffusion and Design of Private Governance, doctoral thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science.  [link]

Policy reports and studies

Fiorini, Matteo, Philip Schleifer, Regina Taimasova, 2017, Social and Environmental Standards: From Fragmentation to Coordination, International Trade Centre, Geneva. [link]

Fiorini, Matteo, Bernard Hoekman, Marion Jansen, Philip Schleifer, Olga Solleder, Regina Taimasova, and Joseph Wozniak, 2016, Social and Environmental Standards: Contributing to More Sustainable Value Chains. Joint Policy Report of the International Trade Centre and the European University Institute. [link]

Frankhauser, Samuel, Michal Nachmany, Philip Schleifer and others 2015, Global Climate Legislation Study (5th edition) (Grantham Research Institute). [link]

Frankhauser, Samuel, Michal Nachmany, Philip Schleifer and others 2014, Globe Climate Legislation Study (4th edition) (GLOBE International). [link]

media publications

Bäckstrand, Karin, Philip Schleifer, and Fariborz Zelli 2016, Legitimacy in a Complex World, Innovations in Climate Governance Blog, September 2016. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2016, India’s Thirst for Palm Oil, New South-South Trade Patterns Cast Doubt on Sustainability Initiatives, New Security Beat, 3 February, 2016. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2015, Can Sustainability Standards Help India Meet the SDGs?, Centre for Responsible Business Blog, 4 November, 2015. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2015, Can Voluntary Sustainability Standards Survive in Emerging Markets?, Mongabay, Environmental News, 17 March, 2015. [link]

Schleifer, Philip 2014, The Rise of South-South Trade: A Challenge for Sustainable Agriculture, The Guardian, Sustainable Business, 12 September 2014. [link]

 

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