MONOGRAPH

Zivilreligion Janz, N. 2010. “And no one will keep that light from shining”. Civil Religion after September 11 in Speeches of George W. Bush. Berlin: Lit-Verlag (Peer-reviewed Research Series on International Politics)

The monograph was reviewed in: Rhetoric & Public Affairs; Journal of Church and State; Review of Religious Research; Cambridge Review of International Affairs; Security and Peace >> more


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Janz, N. "Foreign direct investment and repression: An analysis across industry sectors", Journal of Human Rights, Published online: 07 Apr 2017. DOI: 10.1080/14754835.2017.1306691, Replication Data, free pdf (first 50 downloads)

Janz, N. "Bringing the Gold Standard Into the Class Room: Replication in University Teaching," International Studies Perspectives, Article first published online: 9 MAR 2015. DOI: 10.1111/insp.12104.

Gleditsch, N.P. & Janz, "N. Replication in International Relations." International Studies Perspectives. Article first published online: 25 February 2016. DOI: 10.1093/isp/ekv003.


EDITED VOLUME

MenschenrechteJanz, N. and Risse, T. (eds.). 2007. Menschenrechte – Globale Dimensionen eines universellen Anspruchs (Human rights – Global Dimensions of a Universal Concept). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

The volume was reviewed in: Sicherheit und Frieden, Beiträge zur Internationalen Politik und Sicherheit, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, Die Friedens-Warte, Welttrends, Menschenrechte für die Frau. >> more


IN THE OVEN

Johnston, N., Janz N. and Mahdavi, P., “How Taking from Foreigners Affects Domestic Human Rights” (under review; working paper)

Janz N., “The role of different types of FDI for labour rights in developing countries in law and practice” (in preparation)

K. C. Vadlamannati, N. Janz & Ø. I. Berntsen, “Does Naming and Shaming Work? The Impact of Public Condemnations by the UN Human Rights Commission on Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in the Developing World” (under review)

Janz N. and Figueiredo D. “Judicial Slowness and Corruption: Evidence from Brazil” (presented at International Studies Association Annual Conf. 2016)


BOOK REVIEWS

Janz, N. 2012. Can globalization promote human rights?, Howard-Hassmann, R.E. Pennsylvania State University Press 2010, in Cambridge Review of International Affairs (25: 3, Oct 2012). [pdf]

Janz, N. 2011. The United Nations Global Compact: achievements, trends and challenges, Rasche A. and Kell, G. (eds.). Cambridge University Press 2010, in Cambridge Review of International Affairs (24: 3, Sept 2011). [pdf]


CONFERENCES (selected)

“Data Access, Transparency, and Replication in Political Science”, APSA Annual Meeting, roundtable participant (upcoming: Philadelphia, Sept 2016)

“Research Transparency”, BISA Conference, roundtable participant (Edinburgh, June 2016)

“Judicial Slowness and Corruption: Evidence from Brazil” (with Figueiredo D.), presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention (Atlanta, March 2016)

"Bringing the Gold Standard Into the Class Room: Replication in University Teaching", paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention (Toronto 2014)

with Johnston, N., and Mahdavi, P. "Does Stealing from Foreigners Increase Quality of Life? How Expropriation Affects Economic and Human Rights Across Borders," paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention (Toronto 2014)

“The impact of foreign direct investment on human rights in developing countries: A sectoral approach”, International Studies Association Ann. Convention (San Francisco, April 2013)


INVITED TALKS (selection)

"Transparency in Social Science Research and Teaching" (invited keynote), The Data Dialogue. Time to Share: Navigating Boundaries and Benefits (Cambridge July 28, 2016) [slides]

"Transparency in Social Science Research" (invited keynote), The 4th LCSS PhD Methodology Conference (June 2, 2016)

"What can be done to improve reproducibility? A Teaching Perspective”, Future of Scholarly Scientific Communication, The Royal Society (London, May 5 2015) [talk as pdf]

"Conducting a replication study – pitfalls and challenges", Transparency & Reproducibility Methods for Social Science Research Workshop, UC Berkeley (California, June 10-12 2015)