Gutterman, Ellen/ Mathis Lohaus (forthcoming): “What is the ‘Anti-Corruption’ Norm in Global Politics? Norm Robustness and Contestation in the Transnational Governance of Corruption.” In: Ina Kubbe/ Annika Engelbert (eds.), Corruption and Norms. Why Informal Rules Matter. London: Palgrave Macmillan. [book website]

Kaufmann, Sonja/ Mathis Lohaus (2017): “Ever closer or lost at sea? Scenarios for the future of transatlantic relations.” Futures. The journal of policy, planning and futures studies. DOI: 10.1016/j.futures.2017.04.007

Feyock, Sebastian/ Crister Garrett/ Mathis Lohaus (2016): “The ‘transatlantic Frankenstein’.” In: Monika Sus/ Franziska Pfeifer (eds.), European Union in the World 2025: Scenarios for EU relations with its neighbours and strategic partners. London: LSE / Dahrendorf Forum 2016, 9-12. [report as PDF]

Lohaus, Mathis (2015): “Ahead of the Curve: The Organization of American States as Pioneer of International Anti-Corruption Efforts.” In: Tanja A. Börzel/ Vera van Hüllen (eds.), Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations. Patching Together A Global Script. London: Palgrave Macmillan 2015. [book website] [SpringerLink]

Lohaus, Mathis (2013): “Governance Transfer by the Organization of American States.” SFB-Governance Working Paper Series, No. 49, Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 700, Berlin, December 2013. [working paper as PDF]

Börzel, Tanja A./ Vera van Hüllen/ Mathis Lohaus (2013): “Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations. Following a Global Script?” SFB-Governance Working Paper Series, No. 42, Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 700, Berlin, January 2013. [working paper as PDF]

Börzel, Tanja A./ Lukas Goltermann/ Mathis Lohaus/ Kai Striebinger (eds.) (2012): Roads to Regionalism. Genesis, Design, and Effects of Regional Organizations. Aldershot: Ashgate/Routledge. [book website]

  • Goltermann, Lukas/ Mathis Lohaus/ Alexander Spielau/ Kai Striebinger (2012): “Roads to Regionalism: Concepts, Issues, and Cases.”
  • Hummel, Felix/ Mathis Lohaus (2012): “MERCOSUR: Integration through Presidents and Paymasters.”