Daniel Berliner
Daniel Berliner
Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, London School of Economics
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The political origins of transparency
D Berliner
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 479-491, 2014
“Bluewashing” the firm? Voluntary regulations, program design, and member compliance with the United Nations global compact
D Berliner, A Prakash
Policy Studies Journal 43 (1), 115-138, 2015
Competing for transparency: political competition and institutional reform in Mexican states
D Berliner, A Erlich
American Political Science Review 109 (1), 110-128, 2015
From norms to programs: The United Nations Global Compact and global governance
D Berliner, A Prakash
Regulation & Governance 6 (2), 149-166, 2012
Building Capacity, Building Rights? State Capacity and Labor Rights in Developing Countries
D Berliner, A Greenleaf, M Lake, J Noveck
World Development 72, 127-139, 2015
Signaling Environmental Stewardship in the Shadow of Weak Governance: The Global Diffusion of ISO 14001
D Berliner, A Prakash
Law & Society Review 47 (2), 345-373, 2013
The United Nations global compact: An institutionalist perspective
D Berliner, A Prakash
Journal of business ethics 122 (2), 217-223, 2014
Public Authority and Private Rules: How Domestic Regulatory Institutions Shape the Adoption of Global Private Regimes
D Berliner, A Prakash
International Studies Quarterly 58 (4), 793-803, 2014
Labor Standards in International Supply Chains: Aligning Rights and Incentives
D Berliner, AR Greenleaf, M Lake, M Levi, J Noveck
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015
Governing Global Supply Chains: What We Know (and Don't) About Improving Labor Rights and Working Conditions
D Berliner, AR Greenleaf, M Lake, M Levi, J Noveck
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 11, 193-209, 2015
Aligning Rights and Interests: Why, When and How to Uphold Labor Standards
M Levi, C Adolph, D Berliner, A Erlich, A Greenleaf, M Lake, J Noveck
Background Paper for the World Development Report, 2013
The Politics of Scrutiny in Human Rights Monitoring: Evidence from Structural Topic Models of US State Department Human Rights Reports
BE Bagozzi, D Berliner
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-17, 2016
Sunlight or Window Dressing? Local Government Compliance with South Africa's Promotion of Access to Information Act
D Berliner
Governance 30 (4), 641-661, 2017
What information do citizens want? Evidence from one million information requests in Mexico
D Berliner, BE Bagozzi, B Palmer-Rubin
World Development 109, 222-235, 2018
Transnational advocacy and domestic law: International NGOs and the design of freedom of information laws
D Berliner
The Review of International Organizations 11 (1), 121-144, 2016
Follow your Neighbor? Regional Emulation and the Design of Transparency Policies
D Berliner
KFG Working Papers, 2013
Institutionalizing Transparency: The Global Spread of Freedom of Information in Law and Practice
D Berliner
The strength of freedom of information laws after passage: The role of transnational advocacy networks
D Berliner
1st Global Conference on Transparency Research, Rutgers University, Newark, 2011
The Future of FOIA in an Open Government World: Implications of the Open Government Agenda for Freedom of Information Policy and Implementation
D Berliner, A Ingrams, SJ Piotrowski
Villanova Law Review 63 (5), 867, 2019
Predicting Government (Non) Responsiveness to Freedom of Information Requests with Supervised Latent Dirichlet Allocation
BE Bagozzi, D Berliner, ZW Almquist
PolText 2016 14, 8, 2016
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