• Dispute Settlement at the WTO: The Developing Country Experience (Cambridge University Press, 2010) (co-editor with Ricardo Melendez-Ortiz)
  • When Cooperation Fails: The International Law and Politics of Genetically Modified Foods (Oxford University Press, 2009) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • The Future of Transatlantic Economic Relations: Continuity Amid Discord (European University Institute, Florence, 2005) (conference volume) (with Mark A. Pollack, Helen Wallace & David Andrews)
  • Defending Interests: Public Private Partnerships in W.T.O. Litigation (Brookings Institution Press, 2003)
  • Transatlantic Governance in the Global Economy (Rowman & Littlefield, 2001) (co-editor with Mark A. Pollack)

Law Review Publications

  • Criminalizing Cartels: A Global Trend?, 12 Sedona Conference Journal 313 (2011) (with Nathaniel H. Nesbitt)
  • Hard versus Soft Law in International Security, 52 Boston College Law Review 1147 (2011) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • Interpretation and Institutional Choice at the WTO, 52 Virginia Journal of International Law 103 (2011) (with Joel Trachtman)
  • Hard vs. Soft Law: Alternatives, Complements, and Antagonists in International Governance, 94 Minnesota Law Review 706 (2010) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • Risk, Science, and Law in the WTO: The Centrality of Institutional Choice, 104 Proceedings of the American Society of International Law 19 (2010)
  • How Business Shapes Law: A Socio-Legal Framework, 42 Connecticut Law Review 147 (2009)
  • Varieties of New Legal Realism: Can a New World Order Prompt a New Legal Theory?, 95 Cornell Law Review 61 (2009) (with Victoria Nourse)
  • A Structural Theory of WTO Dispute Settlement: Why Institutional Choice Lies at the Center of the GMO Case, 41 New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 1 (2008)
  • The Trials of Winning at the WTO: What Lies Behind Brazil's Success, 41 Cornell International Law Journal 383-501 (2008) (with Michelle Ratton Sanchez & Barbara Rosenberg)
  • Can WTO Technical Assistance and Capacity-Building Serve Developing Countries?, 23 Wisconsin International Law Journal 643-686 (2005)
  • Transnational Mutual Recognition Regimes: Governance Without Global Government, 68 Law and Contemporary Problems (Duke Law School) 263-317 (Summer/Autumn 2005) (with Kalypso Nicolaidis)
  • Reconciling Trade and Regulatory Goals: The Prospects and Limits of New Approaches to Transatlantic Governance Through Mutual Recognition and Safe Harbor Agreements, 9 Columbia Journal of European Law 29-77 (2002)
  • The World Trade Organization under Challenge: Democracy and the Law and Politics of the WTO's Treatment of Trade and Environment Matters, 25 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1-93 (2001)
  • Globalization and Social Protection: The Impact of EU and International Rules in the Ratcheting Up of U.S. Privacy Standards, 25 Yale Journal of International Law 1-88 (2000)
  • WTO Blue-Green Blues: The Impact of U.S. Domestic Politics on Trade-Labor, Trade-Environment Linkages for the WTO's Future, 24 Fordham International Law Journal 608-651 (2000) (special issue: "The World Trade Organization, Globalization, and the Future of International Trade")
  • An Alternative to Unilateral Immigration Controls: Toward a Coordinated U.S.-Mexico Binational Approach, 41 Stanford Law Review 187-232 (1988) (note)

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

  • Does Legal Capacity Matter? A Survey of WTO Members, 8 World Trade Review 559-577 (2009) (with Marc L. Busch & Eric Reinhardt)
  • Access to Justice in the World Trade Organization: A Case for a Small Claims Procedure?, 7 World Trade Review 587-640 (2008) (with Hakan Nordstrom)
  • The Challenges of WTO Law: Strategies for Developing Country Adaptation, 5 World Trade Review 177-198 (2006)
  • Transatlantic Economic Relations: Continuity Amid Discord, 5 European Political Science (Journal of the European Consortium for Political Research) 62-68 (2006) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • What's New in EU Dispute Settlement? Judicialization, Public-Private Networks and the WTO Legal Order, 13 Journal of European Public Policy 832-850 (2006)
  • Institutional Choice in the Generalized System of Preferences Case: Who Decides the Conditions for Trade Preferences? The Law and Politics of Rights, 39 Journal of World Trade 977-1008 (2005) (with Yvonne Apea)
  • The Role of the Director-General and Secretariat: Chapter IX of the Sutherland Report, 4 World Trade Review 429-438 (2005) (special issue: "Reflections on the 10th Anniversary of the WTO")
  • Parliamentary Oversight of WTO Rule-Making: The Political, Normative, and Practical Contexts, 7 Journal of International Economic Law 629-654 (2004)
  • Recognizing Public Goods in WTO Dispute Settlement: Who Participates? Who Decides?: The Case of TRIPS and Pharmaceutical Patent Protection, 7 Journal of International Economic Law 459-482 (2004)
  • Biotechnology: The Next Transatlantic Trade War?, 23 The Washington Quarterly 41-54 (Autumn 2000) (with Mark A. Pollack)

Book Chapters

  • How Hard and Soft Law Interact in International Regulatory Governance: Alternatives, Complements and Antagonists, in Systemic Implications of Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation and Competition 63-129 (Simon J. Evenett & Robert M. Stern, eds., World Scientific, 2011) (with Mark Pollack)
  • The Transnational Meets the National: The Construction of Trade Policy Networks in Brazil, in Lawyers and the Construction of Transnational Justice 170-215 (Yves Dezalay & Bryant G. Garth, eds., Routledge, 2011) (with Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin & Barbara Rosenberg)
  • Agricultural Biotechnology Policy in the EU: Between National Fears and Global Disciplines, in Policy-Making in the European Union (Helen Wallace, William Wallace & Mark A. Pollack, eds., 6th ed., Oxford University Press, 2010) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • Extrapolating Purpose from Practice: Rebalancing or Inducing Compliance, in The Law, Economics and Politics of Retaliation in WTO Dispute Settlement (Chad P. Bown & Joost Pauwelyn, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2010) (with Daniel Ganin)
  • How Does International Law Work, in The Oxford Handbook of Empirical Legal Research 753-784 (Peter Cane & Herbert Kritzer, eds., Oxford University Press, 2010) (with Tom Ginsburg)
  • Developing Country Use of the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Why It Matters, the Barriers Posed, and Its Impact on Bargaining, in Trade Disputes and the Dispute Settlement Understanding of the WTO: An Interdisciplinary Assessment (James Hartigan, ed., Emerald, 2009)
  • A New Legal Realism: Method in International Economic Law Scholarship, in International Economic Law: The State and Future of the Discipline 29-42 (Colin B. Picker, Isabella D. Bunn & Douglas W. Arner, eds., Hart Publishing, 2008)
  • Risk Regulation, GMOs and the Limits of Deliberation, in Unveiling the Council of the European Union: Games Governments Play in Brussels 144-164 (Daniel Naurin & Helen Wallace, eds., Palgrave MacMillan, 2008) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • Biotechnology Policy: Between National Fears and Global Disciplines, in Policy-Making in the European Union 329-352 (Helen Wallace, William Wallace & Mark A. Pollack, eds., Oxford University Press, 5th ed., 2005) (with Mark A. Pollack)
  • Power, Governance and the WTO: A Comparative Institutional Approach, in Power in Global Governance 130-160 (Michael Barnett & Raymond Duvall, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2005)
  • Managing US-EU Trade Relations through Mutual Recognition and Safe Harbor Agreements: "New" and "Global" Approaches to Transatlantic Economic Governance?, in Transatlantic Economic Disputes: The EU, the US, and the WTO 297-325 (Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann & Mark A. Pollack, eds., Oxford University Press, 2003)
  • "If Only We Were Elephants": The Political Economy of the WTO's Treatment of Trade and Environment Matters, in The Political Economy of International Trade Law: Essays in Honor of Robert E. Hudec 349-393 (Daniel L. M. Kennedy and James D. Southwick, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2002)

Other Publications

Publications in Translation
  • Weaknesses and proposed improvements to the WTO Dispute Settlement System: an economic and market view, in 10 Anos de OMC: Uma analise do Sistema de Solucao de Controversias e Perspectivas (Luiz Olavo Baptista, Umberto Celli Junior & Alan Yanovich, eds., Edicoes Aduaneiras, 2006) (edited volume in Portuguese)
  • "Public-private Partnerships" in WTO Dispute Settlement: The US and EU Experience, in The WTO in the Twenty-first Century: Dispute Settlement, Negotiations, and Regionalism in Asia (Yasuhei Taniguchi, Alan Yanovich & Jan Bohanes, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2007) (Japanese translation published in Kokusai-Shoji-Homu (Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law) (Fall 2005))
  • Les Differentes Approches de la Securite Alimentaire (Comparaison Union europeen/Etats Unis), in La securite alimentaire dans l'union europeenne (Jacques Bourrinet & Francis Snyder, eds., CERIC, 2003) (with Mark A. Pollack)

Book Reviews & Review Essays

  • Transnational Recursivity Theory: A Review Essay of Halliday & Carruther's Bankrupt, 9 Socio-Economic Review 371 (2011) (reviewing Terence C. Halliday & Bruce G. Carruthers, Bankrupt: Global Lawmaking and Systemic Financial Crisis (Stanford University Press, 2010))