One of last year’s greatest surprises was getting an article into IO, International Organization, the leading American journal on international relations. Now, it turns out, my article was also one of the most downloaded. OK, OK, I realize “most downloaded” doesn’t mean “best,” but still.
Access 2012’s most popular research from International Organization
To kick off 2013, Cambridge Journals has gathered together 2012’s top five most downloaded articles from International Organization. Now through March 1, 2013, download these articles free of charge.
2012’s Most Downloaded Articles
- The Illusion of Democratic Credibility (vol. 66:3) Todd S. Secher
- Historical Institutionalism in International Relations (vol. 65:2) Orfeo Fioretos
- The End of an Era in International Financial Regulation? A Postcrisis Research Agenda (vol. 65:1)Eric Helleiner, Stefano Pagliari
- Performing International System: Two East-Asian Alternatives to the Westphalian Order (vol. 66:1) Erik Ringmar
- Contingent Credibility: The Impact of Investment Treaty Violations on Foreign Direct Investment (vol. 65:3) Todd Allee, Clint Peinhardt
Stay tuned for the release of volume 67:1 later this winter, and make sure to explore Cambridge’s full catalog of political science and international relations journals at journals.cambridge.org/polsci.
Happy New Year,
Michael Marvin, Cambridge Journals