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École supérieure d’études internationales

Vendredi 5 juillet 2019

Deux postdoctorants à l'ESEI : Claire Peacock et Madison Cartwright

Bienvenue à Claire et à Madison, qui travaillent sur la coopération internationale, les institutions internationales et les accords commerciaux.

Claire Peacock, postdoctorante ESEI 

Claire Peacock

Recherche pendant le stage postdoctoral : When and why states retreat from formal international institutions

Dr. Claire Peacock is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Université Laval and is currently leading a research project on when and why states retreat from formal international institutions. Claire's research broadly focuses on understanding the rationales behind and the design and outcomes associated with international cooperation. 

Her ongoing research focuses on withdrawal provisions and decisions in international environmental institutions and her dissertation research explored why states include labour and human rights regulation in international trade agreements. In addition to being a Canadian representative at this year's Think Tank 7 Summit in Paris, convened prior to the upcoming G7 Summit in Biarritz, France, Claire was also member of the 2018 Think 7 advisory group before the Charlevoix Summit. 

Publications récentes :

  • Peacock C., K. Milewicz, and D. Snidal, "Boilerplate in International Trade Agreements", International Studies Quarterly, Forthcoming.

  • Morin, JF, H Dobson, C. Peacock, M. Prys-Hansen, A. Anne, L. Belanger, P. Dietsch, J. Fabian, J. Kirton, R. Marchetti, S. Romano, M. Schreurs, A. Silve et E. Vallet (2019), "How Informality Can Address Emerging Issues: Making the Most of the G7", Global Policy, vol. 10(2): 267-273. Lien

  • Milewicz, K., Hollway J., Peacock C., and Snidal D. “Beyond Trade: The Expanding Scope of the Non-Trade Agenda in Trade Agreements.” Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62, no. 4 (2018): 743–773. Lien

 Madison Cartwright, postdoctorant ESEI


Madison Cartwright

Recherche pendant le stage postdoctoral : International fragmentation, with an emphasis on intellectual property, Asia-Pacific and unilateralism


Dr. Madison Cartwright is a postdoctoral fellow at the École supérieure d’études internationales, Université Laval. He is also a visiting fellow at the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney, where he completed his PhD in January 2019.

He has published on historical institutionalism in Policy Studies and on preferential trade agreements in The Pacific Review. He also co-authored a book chapter on corporate agency. His research interests include international standard setting and trade, state-business relations and historical institutionalism. 


Publications récentes :

  • Cartwright, Madison and John Mikler. 2019. "Global Corporations as Agents of Institutional Hybridization: Ford and Volkswagen’s Management-Labor Relations in South Africa". In Corporate Actors in Global Governance: Business as Usual or New Deal, edited by Matthias Hofferberth. Lynne Rienner. Available here
  • Cartwright, Madison. 2018. “Preferential trade agreements and power asymmetries: the case of Technological Protection Measures in Australia.” The Pacific Review
  • Cartwright, Madison. 2018. "Who cares about Reddit? Historical institutionalism and the fight against the Stop Online Piracy Act and the PROTECT Intellectual Property Act."  Policy Studies 39 (4):383-401.  



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