• 2018: Lost in internal evaluation? Accountability and insulation at the World Bank, Contemporary Politics (24)5.
  • 2017: Measuring the Empowerment of International Organizations: The Evolution of Financial and Staff Capabilities, Global Policy 8 (S5): 51-61, (with Henning Schmidtke).
  • 2017: Regaining Control of Errant Agents? Agency Slack at the European Commission and the World Health Organization, Cooperation and Conflict 52(4): 469–484.
  • 2017: Shaping Global Trade Governance Rules: New Powers’ Hard and Soft Strategies of Influence at the WTO, European Foreign Affairs Review 22, Special Issue (2017): 19–36 (edited by Sandra Lavenex et al.).
  • 2016: Verantwortungszurechnung im EU-Mehrebenensystem während der Eurokrise: Wer kontrollierte die Troika-Institutionen?, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, Sonderheft Gewaltenteilung und Demokratie in der EU 26(1): 115-29, 2016.
  • 2015: Autonomiekonzeptionen internationaler Organisationen im Vergleich, Politische Vierteljahresschrift Sonderheft 2014 Internationale Organisationen, Band 49: 28-53. (with Michael W. Bauer und Jörn Ege).
  • 2014: Speaking with a Single Voice: Internal Cohesiveness and External Effectiveness of the EU in Global Governance, Journal of European Public Policy 21(7): 961-979. (with Sophie Meunier).
  • 2014: When Speaking with a Single Voice Isn’t Enough: Bargaining Power (A)symmetry and EU External Effectiveness in Global Trade Governance, Journal of European Public Policy 21(7): 980-995.
  • 2013: Do Agents “Run Amok”? Agency Slack in the EU and US Trade Policy in the Doha Round, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 15(1): 21-36.
  • 2013: Two-Level Games and Trade Cooperation: What Do We Now Know?, International Politics, 50(4): 579-599.
  • 2013: The Domestic Sources of Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Explaining Brazil’s Negotiating Position in the Doha Round, The International Trade Journal, 27(2), 173-194.
  • 2013: The Clash of Negotiations: The Impact of Outside Options on Multilateral Trade Negotiations, International Negotiation Special Issue on Bilateral and Regional Economic Negotiations, 18 (1), 111-130.
  • 2013: Emerging Powers in WTO Negotiations: The Domestic Sources of Trade Policy Preferences, The International Trade Journal Special Issue on the WTO, 27(5): 431-449.
  • 2011: Australian Trade Policy under the Howard Government: the Impact of Organized Interest Groups, Global Society, 25 (4): 515-531.
  • 2011: Variation in EU Member States’ Preferences and the Commission’s Discretion in the Doha Round, Journal of European Public Policy, 18 (3): 402-418.
  • 2010: Who Controls Whom? Dynamics of Power Delegation and Agency Losses in EU Trade Politics, Journal of Common Market Studies, 48 (5): 1107-1126.
  • 2008: Assessing the Impact of Issue Linkage in the Common Fisheries Policy, International Negotiation, 13 (2), 285-300.
  • 2008: Pension Reforms in France: The Role of Trade Unions and the Timing of the Electoral Cycle, Policy Studies, 29 (1): 19-34.
  • 2006: Verhandlungssituationen in der EU: Eine theoriegeleitete Analyse der Gemeinsamen Fischereipolitik, Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politische Wissenschaft, 12 (1): 73-103.
  • 2006: Integrative and Distributive Bargaining in the EU: What Difference Does it Make?, Negotiation Journal, 22 (2): 145-165.
  • 2006: Taking Actors’ Preferences and the Institutional Setting Seriously: the EU Common Fisheries Policy, Journal of Public Policy, 26 (3), 279-299.