Books and Book Chapters

Books and edited books

World Bank Group interactions with Environmentalists: Changing International Organisation Identities

Park, S. (2010). World Bank Group interactions with Environmentalists: Changing International Organisation Identities. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

Available through: Amazon and Manchester University Press

Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks

Park, S., Strand, J. (2016). Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks. Abingdon: Routledge.

Available through: Amazon and Routledge

 

Owning Development: Creating Policy Norms in the IMF and the World Bank

Park, S., Vetterlein, A. (2010). Owning Development: Creating Policy Norms in the IMF and the World Bank. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Available through: Amazon and Cambridge

Book chapters

  • Park, S. (2017). IOs in World Politics. In John Baylis, Steve Smith and Patricia Owens (Eds.), Globalization in World Politics, (pp. 316-330). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S., Strand, J. (2016). Global economic governance and the development practices of the multilateral development banks. In Susan Park, Jonathan R. Strand (Eds.), Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks, (pp. 3-20). Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2016). The Multilateral Development Banks: Innovation or Stagnation? In Bo Zhiyue (Eds.), China-US Relations in Global Perspective, (pp. 108-125). Wellington: Victoria University Press. [More Information]
     
  • Strand, J., Park, S. (2016). The RDBs in the Twenty-First Century. In Susan Park, Jonathan R. Strand (Eds.), Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks, (pp. 212-223). Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2015). The World Bank - plus ca change? Comment. In Patrick Weller, Xu Yi-chong (Eds.), The Politics of International Organizations: Views from insiders, (pp. 87-92). Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2013). Transnational Environmental Activism. In Robert Falkner (Eds.), The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy, (pp. 268-285). UK: John Wiley & Sons. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2012). Bankers Governing the Environment? Private Authority, Power Diffusion and the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative. In Stefano Guzzini and Iver B. Neumann (Eds.), The Diffusion of Power in Global Governance: International Political Economy Meets Foucault, (pp. 141-171). Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2012). Greening Development Finance: Cases from the World Bank Group. In Peter Dauvergne (Eds.), Handbook Of Global Environmental Politics, Second Edition, (pp. 363-374). Massachusetts: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S., Weaver, C. (2012). The anatomy of autonomy: The case of the World Bank. In Joel Oestreich (Eds.), International Organizations as Self-Directed Actors, (pp. 91-117). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, UK: Routledge. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2011). Os Ambientalistas Poderao 'tornar verde' a Agencia Multilateral de Garantia de Investimentos. In Monica Dias Martins, Rosemary Galli (Eds.), Multilateralismo e Reacoes Sul Americanos, (pp. 83-116). Brazil: Editora da Universidade Estadual do Ceará. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S., Vetterlein, A. (2010). Do policy norms reconstitute global development? In Susan Park, Antje Vetterlein (Eds.), Owning Development: Creating Policy Norms in the IMF and the World Bank, (pp. 225-247). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S., Vetterlein, A. (2010). Owning development: creating policy norms in the IMF and the World Bank. In Susan Park, Antje Vetterlein (Eds.), Owning Development: Creating Policy Norms in the IMF and the World Bank, (pp. 3-26). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2010). The World Bank's global safeguard policy norm? In Susan Park, Antje Vetterlein (Eds.), Owning Development: Creating Policy Norms in the IMF and the World Bank, (pp. 181-203). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2009). Socialisation, The World Bank Group and Global Environmental Governance. In Biermann, Frank; Siebenhuner, Bernd; Schreyogg, Anna (Eds.), International Organisations in Global Environmental Governance, (pp. 91-110). London and New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2007). Becoming Green: Diffusing sustainable development norms throughout the World Bank Group. In Diane Stone and Christopher Wright (Eds.), The World Bank and Governance: A Decade of Reform and Reaction, (pp. 168-188). Abingdon & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis. [More Information]

Journal Articles and Other Publications

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Journal articles

  • Kramarz, T., Park, S. (2017). Introduction: The Politics of Environmental Accountability. Review of Policy Research, 34(1), 4-9. [More Information]
     
  • Kramarz, T., Park, S. (2016). Accountability in Global Environmental Governance: A Meaningful Tool for Action? Global Environmental Politics, 16(2), 1-21. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2015). Assessing Accountability in Practice: The Asian Development Bank’s Accountability Mechanism. Global Policy, 6(4), 455-465. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2015). Governing the Environment: Three Motivating Factors. Ethics and International Affairs, 29(4), 433-442. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2014). Institutional isomorphism and the Asian Development Bank's accountability mechanism: something old, something new; something borrowed, something blue? The Pacific Review, 27(2), 217-239. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2014). Socialisation and the liberal order. International Politics, 51(3), 334-349. [More Information]
     
  • Griffin, P., Hastings, J., Park, S. (2013). Asia Pacific Going Forward: A View from OCIS V. Global Change, Peace and Security, 25(1), 1-4. [More Information]
     
  • Simpson, A., Park, S. (2013). The Asian Development Bank as a Global Risk Regulator in Myanmar. Third World Quarterly, 34(10), 1858-1871. [More Information]
     
  • Widmaier, W., Park, S. (2012). Differences Beyond Theory: Structural, Strategic, and Sentimental Approaches to Normative Change. International Studies Perspectives, 13(2), 123-134. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2010). Designing Accountability, International Economic Organisations and the World Bank's Inspection Panel. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 64(1), 13-36. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2009). International Organizations: Agents of Change in the Twenty-First Century? Politika Annual Journal, 16-22. 
     
  • Park, S. (2009). Review Essay: Ask the Experts? The World Bank and International Development Lending in the 21st Century. Review of International Political Economy, 16(2), 329-349. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2009). The World Bank, Dams and the Meaning of Sustainable Development in Use. Journal of International Law and International Relations, 5(1), 93-122. [More Information]
     
  • Weaver, C., Park, S. (2007). The Role of the World Bank in Poverty Alleviation and Human Development in the Twenty-First Century: An Introduction. Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Institutions, 13(4), 461-468. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2007). The World Bank Group: Championing Sustainable Development Norms? Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Institutions, 13(4), 535-556. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2006). Theorizing Norm Diffusion Within International Organizations. International Politics, 43(3), 342-361. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2005). How Transnational Environmental Advocacy Networks Socialise IFIs: A Case Study of the International Finance Corporation. Global Environmental Politics, 5(4), 95-119. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2005). Norm Diffusion within International Organisations: A Case Study of the World Bank. Journal of International Relations and Development, 8(2), 111-141. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2004). The Role Of Transnational Advocacy Networks In Reconstituting International Organization Identitites. Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, Volume 5, Number(2 : Summer/Fall 2004), 79-92. [More Information]

Edited journals

  • Park, S., Kramarz, T. (2017). Accountability, Policy and Environmental Governance. Review of Policy Research, 34(1). [More Information]
     
  • Park, S., Kramarz, T. (2016). Special Section: Accountability in Global Environmental Governance. Global Environmental Politics, 16(2). [More Information]
     
  • Park, S., Griffin, P., Hastings, J. (2013). Asia Pacific Going Forward: A View from OCIS V. Global Change, Peace and Security, 25(1). [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2007). The World Bank under Wolfensohn. Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Institutions, 13(2).

Conferences

  • Park, S., Kramarz, T. (2014). Conceptualising 'Accountability' in Global Environmental Governance: Can there be a Single Definition? Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance: Access and Allocation in the Anthropocene, Norwich UK: Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance.
     
  • Park, S. (2014). Hegemony for Good: The US, Coercive Isomorphism and External Accountability for the Multilateral Development Banks. Oceanic Conference of International Studies, 2014 (6th), Melbourne: Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS).
     
  • Park, S., Vetterlein, A. (2014). The Power of Norms: Norm Decline in International Organizations. International Studies Association Conference 2014, USA: International Studies Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2013). What Role Does Organisational Culture Play in Explaining Change in the Multilateral Development Banks. International Studies Association Conference 2013, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2009). Risking Business? Environmental Advocacy and the World Bank's Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency. 50th International Studies Association Annual Conference ISA 2009, United States: International Studies Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2008). Assessing the Accountability of the World Bank Group. 49th International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2008). The World Bank: Owning Global Safeguard Policy Norms? 80th Annual Conference of the Canadaian Political Science Association, 2008 (CPSA 2008), Canada: Canadian Political Science Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2007). Greening Up: The World Bank Group in Global Environmental Governance. 48th Annual International Studies Association Convention 2007, Tucsin, Arizona: International Studies Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2007). Norm Contetsation: World Bank's Sustainable Development. 48th Annual International Studies Association Convention 2007, Tucsin, Arizona: International Studies Association.
     
  • Park, S. (2006). UNEP's Finance Initiative: Beyond Bluewash? International Studies Association 47th Annual Convention (ISA 2006), Tuscon,Arizona: International Studies Association.
  • Park, S. (2004). Greening Political Risk: Transnational Advocacy Networks And The World Bank Group. 1st Oceanic Conference on International Studies 2004, online: Australian National University (ANU).
     
  • Park, S. (2003). 'Greening' the international finance corporation: transnational environmental advocacy networks and sustainable development. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2003, Australia: University of Tasmania.
     

Reference works

  • Park, S. (2014). The World Bank. In Jean-Frederic Morin and Amandine Orsini (Eds.), Essential Concepts of Global Environmental Governance. Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2013). Organisations and Regional Environmental Regimes. Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific, supplement to John Baylis and Steve Smith, The Globalization of World Politics. (pp. 34-38). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]
     
  • Park, S. (2013). The Asian Development Bank in the Pacific. Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific, supplement to John Baylis and Steve Smith, The Globalization of World Politics. (pp. 56-59). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

Research reports

  • Park, S., McConchie, R., Walters, E., Goodwin, N. (2011). Outreach for Good Governance and Development Effectiveness through the Accountability Mechanism, (pp. 8 - 62). , UNSPECIFIED: Asian Development Bank. [More Information]

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Other Appearances

On the air

  • Park, S. 2016 "Former UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres expected to become next UN Secretary-General", The World Today, Program, ABC Radio, 6 October, available online here.
     
  • Park, S. 2012 "Analysts Say UN Security Council Seat Delivers Bang for Buck", The World Today, Program, ABC Radio National, 19 October 2012, online here.
     
  • Park, S. 2012 "Security Council", ABC Midday Report, News Television Program, 19 October 2012.

Academic Blog Posts

  • Park S. 2017 "Accountability, Policy and Environmental Governance". Sydney Environment Institute, Published 25 January 2017, online here.
     
  • Park S. 2016 "Making Environmental Issues Accountable". Sydney Environment Institute, Published 15 February 2016, online here

Workshops

  • Park S. 2015 Accountability in Global Environmental Governance. Sydney Environment Institute, 18-19 December 2015. [more information]

Selected Invited Presentations

  • Park, S. 2016: “Accountability in Global Environmental Governance: A Meaningful Tool for Action?” Environment Lab, Munck School of International Affairs, University of Toronto, Canada, February 25.
     
  • Park, S. 2016: “Accountability in Global Environmental Governance: A Meaningful Tool for Action?” Department of Government and the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, United States, February 23.
     
  • Park, S. 2016: Accountability in Global Environmental Governance: A Meaningful Tool for Action?” Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Affairs, Yale University, United States, February 22.
     
  • Park, S. 2015: "Institutional Isomorphism and the Multilateral Development Banks," New Zealand Government's Department of Treasury, Wellington, October 7.
     
  • Park, S. 2014: "Accountability Mechanisms of the MDBs: How do they compare?," Symposia of all the Accountability Mechanisms, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London, UK, September 14.
     
  • Park, S. 2013: “US influence in the Multilateral Development Banks,” Institute for Global and International Studies, the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, U.S, October 3.
     
  • Park, S. 2013: “Institutional Isomorphism, the Multilateral Development Banks and the Diffusion of Accountability Mechanisms,” Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore, March 28.
     
  • Park, S. 2013: “Accountability Mechanisms for the MDBs: The Case of the ADB” Innovations in Transnational Accountability workshop, the University of Melbourne, Melbourne, March 21.
     
  • Park, S. 2012: “Something Old, Something New; Something Borrowed, Something Blue? Institutional Isomorphism and the Asian Development Bank’s Accountability Mechanism” Global Development Group, University of Aberystwyth, U.K November 12.
     
  • Park, S. 2012: “Something Old, Something New; Something Borrowed, Something Blue? Institutional Isomorphism and the Asian Development Bank’s Accountability Mechanism” School of the Social Science and Humanities, Murdoch University, October 25.
     
  • Park, S. 2012: “Something Old, Something New; Something Borrowed, Something Blue? Institutional Isomorphism and the Asian Development Bank’s Accountability Mechanism” School of Politics and International Relations, ANU, 7 August.
     
  • Park, S. 2009: “Owning Development: Creating Global Policy Norms in the IMF and the World Bank” International Center for Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, June.
     
  • Park, S. 2009: “The Social Design of International Institutions: External Accountability Mechanisms for Multilateral Development Banks” Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham, U.K April.
     
  • Park, S. 2009: “The World Bank: Owning the Global Safeguard Policy Norm?” Department of Geography, the London School of Economics, U.K January.