Peer-Reviewed Articles

Lee, K., K. Grépin, C. Worsnop, S. Marion, J. Piper, and M. Song. “Managing borders during public health emergencies of international concern: A proposed typology of cross-border measures.” Globalization and Health 17, no. 62 (2021). Online here.

Marion, S. “Beyond Great Power Politics: Conceptualizing Philanthropy’s Return to International Relations Through COVID-19.” International Studies Review (2021). Online here.

Worsnop, C., A. Kamradt-Scott, K. Lee, K. Grépin, S. Marion, J. Piper, and F. Rothery. “Legal compliance is not enough: cross-border travel and trade measures and COVID-19.” International Studies Review (2021). Online here.

Grépin, K., T. Ho, Z. Liu, S. Marion, J. Piper, C. Worsnop, and K. Lee. “Evidence of the effectiveness of travel-related measures during the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic: a rapid systematic review.” BMJ Global Health 6, no. 3 (2021). Online here.

Marion, S. “Compartmentalized Crises? Understanding Relationships between Climate Change Discourse and Health Governance.” Global Health Governance 10, no. 1 (2020): 52-68. Online here.

Works Under Review

Badruzzaman, A., S. Kushi, and S. Marion. “Co-opting the Climate? The Power of Issue Framing and Environmental Policy.” Revise and Resubmit (2021).

Page-Tan, C., S. Marion, and D. Aldrich. “The Role of Civic Networks and Information Sources During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Under Review (2021).

Worsnop, C., K. Grépin, K. Lee, and S. Marion. “When the Letter and the Spirit of the Law do not align: Compliance with WHO’s International Health Regulations During COVID-19.” Under Review (2021).

Works In Progress

Marion, S. “Philanthropy and the Politics of Global Hybrid Cooperation.” Working Paper (2021).

Marion, S. “‘Lobbying is a dirty word,’ Advocacy is Not: Global Outbreaks and the Dynamics of Philanthropic Policy Influence.” Working Paper (2021).

Marion, S. “What Money Can’t Buy: Philanthropy and Policy Influence in Global Outbreaks.” Working Paper (2021).

Worsnop, C. and S. Marion. “International Commitments as Cheap Talk: The Shallowness of Cooperation on Vaccines During COVID-19.” Working Paper (2021).

Worsnop, C. and S. Marion. “The Domestic Politics of U.S. International Travel Restrictions During COVID-19.” Working Paper (2021).

Garcia, D., S. Marion, and S. Corey.* “Governance in Contrast: Global Scientific Cooperation During COVID-19.” Working Paper (2020).

Riccio, R., S. Marion, and M. Sweet. “Contextualizing Reflective Practices in Experiential Learning for Social Change Education.” Working Paper (2019). With R. Riccio and M. Sweet.

*undergraduate student coauthor

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