PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Worsnop, C., K. Grépin, K. Lee, and S. Marion. “The Unintended Consequences of Information Provision: The World Health Organization and border restrictions during COVID-19.” International Studies Perspectives. In press (2022).

Page-Tan, C., S. Marion, and D. Aldrich. “Information Trust Falls: The Role of Social Networks and Information During the Covid-19 Pandemic Among Suburbanites.” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences “The Social and Political Impact of Covid-19 in the United States.” In press (2022).

Badruzzaman, A., S. Kushi, and S. Marion. “Co-opting the Climate? The Power of Issue Framing and Environmental Policy.” International Social Science Journal. In press (2022).

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.


CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES

Worsnop, C. and S. Marion. “Foreign Policy Analysis and Global Health” in Oxford Handbook of Foreign Policy Analysis, eds. Cameron Thies and Julie Kaarbo (Oxford University Press, in progress).

WORKS IN PROGRESS

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

Marion, S. “Do Boomerangs Always Come Back? How Large Independent Foundations Influence Domestic Policy Through Global Public-Private Partnerships.” Working Paper.

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

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

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

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

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


Selected Policy Writing available here.

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