Tana Johnson - CV 2018
Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Duke University (2011-present)
- Sanford School of Public Policy (primary)
- Department of Political Science (secondary)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Princeton University (2010-2011)
- Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance
- Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Ph.D. in Public Policy, University of Chicago (2010)
Johnson, Tana. 2014 (hardback), 2017 (paperback). Organizational Progeny: Why Governments are Losing Control over the Proliferating Structures of Global Governance. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Articles and Chapters
Johnson, Tana, and Andrew Heiss. 2018. “Liberal Institutionalism.” In International Organization and Global Governance, edited by Thomas Weiss and Rorden Wilkenson, pp. 123-134. New York, NY: Routledge.
Johnson, Tana. 2016. “Cooperation, Co-optation, Competition, Conflict: International Bureaucracies and Non-Governmental Organizations in an Interdependent World.” Review of International Political Economy 23 (5): 737-767.
Heiss, Andrew, and Tana Johnson. 2016. “Internal, Interactive, and Institutional Factors: A Unified Framework for Understanding International Non-Governmental Organizations.” International Studies Review 18 (3): 528-541.
Johnson, Tana. 2016. “Envisioning the Invisible: Non-State Actors in International Affairs.” International Studies Review 18 (1).
Johnson, Tana. 2015. “Information Revelation and Structural Superiority: The World Trade Organization’s Incorporation of Environmental Policy.” Review of International Organizations 10 (2): 207-229.
Johnson, Tana. 2015. “Exploring Generalizability, Dynamics, and Policy Implications in Organizational Progeny.” International Politics Reviews 3 (2): 67-72.
Johnson, Tana, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2014. “International Bureaucrats and the Formation of Intergovernmental Organizations: Institutional Design Discretion Sweetens the Pot.” International Organization 68 (1): 175-208.
Johnson, Tana. 2013. "Institutional Design and Bureaucrats' Impact on Political Control." Journal of Politics 75 (1): 183-197.
Johnson, Tana. 2013. "Looking beyond States: Openings for International Bureaucrats To Enter the Institutional Design Process.” Review of International Organizations 8 (4): 499-519.
Johnson, Tana, and Johannes Urpelainen. 2012. “A Strategic Theory of Regime Integration and Separation.” 2012. International Organization 66 (4): 645-677.
Johnson, Tana. 2011. “Guilt by Association: The Link between States’ Influence and the Legitimacy of Intergovernmental Organizations.” Review of International Organizations 6 (1): 57-84.
- Winner, Duke University Pedagogical Experimentation Grant (2017-2018)
- Research Fellow, Earth Systems Governance (ESG) (2017-present)
- Winner, International Studies Association’s Chadwick Alger Prize for best book on multilateralism (2015)
- Runner-up, Lepgold Prize for exceptional scholarship on critical policy challenges (2015)
- Global Energy Governance Fellow, Global Governance Futures (GGF) program in China and Germany (2012-2013)
- Predoctoral Research Fellow, Vanderbilt University, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) (2009-2010)
SELECTED POLICY ENGAGEMENT
- Regional Consultation for the Review of the United Nations Treaty Body System (2017)
- Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) (2015, 2016, 2018)
- United Nations (UN), “International Geneva Luncheon Series” (Switzerland) (2015)
- Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law & International Law (Germany) (2015)
- Brookings Institution (2013)
Reports and Blog Posts
“Liberal Institutionalism: Its Threatened Past, Its Threatened Future.” Brookings Institution/World Bank Future Development blog. 2018.
“International Organizations and the Trump Administration’s New Budget Proposal” (with Van Nguyen, a Duke undergraduate student). Duck of Minerva. (2018)
“Independence of International Inter-governmental Organizations.” Duck of Minerva. (2016)
“An Abdication of Global Governance? Why We Must Take a Closer Look at International Bureaucrats.” Global Policy. (2013)
“Energy Governance Outlook: Global Scenarios and Implications” (with Han Cheng et al.). Global Public Policy Institute. (2013)
- Member, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (2015-present)
- Member, Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) (2014-present)
- Member, Bridging the Gap Initiative (2011-present)
- Political Analysis for Public Policy
- Research in International Policy Issues
- Environment, Energy, and the Economy
- Globalization and Governance
- Social Choice and the Political Economy of Policymaking
- The Private and Public Sectors in Policymaking
- Co-organizer, Security/Peace/Conflict Workshop Series (2017-present)
- Affiliated Faculty, Duke Center for International Development (DCID) (2014-present)
- Affiliated Faculty, Political Science Sub-field of Security/Peace/Conflict (2013-present)
- Faculty Advisor, University Program on Environmental Policy (UPEP) (2013-present)
- Affiliated Faculty, Triangle Institute for Strategic Studies (TISS) (2011-present)
- Instructor and Advisor, Duke Global Policy Program, Geneva Switzerland (2011-present)
- Executive Committee Member (elected), International Organization Section in the International Studies Association (ISA) (2016-present)
- Advisory Board Member, “Delegation of Power to International Organizations” (DELPOWIO) Project at Munich Technical University in Germany (2016-present)
- Co-organizer, "Intergovernmental Organizations and Pressure Groups" conference (2017)
- Reviewer for National Science Foundation (NSF) (2015-present)
- Reviewer for Oxford University Press (2014-present)
- Reviewer for University of Chicago Press (2010-present)
- Reviewer for: American Journal of Political Science (AJPS); American Political Science Review (APSR); Global Environmental Politics (GEP); Governance; European Journal of Public Policy (EJPP); International Journal of Public Opinion Research (IJPOR); International Organization (IO); International Studies Quarterly (ISQ); International Theory (IT); Journal of Politics (JOP); Research & Politics; Review of International Political Economy (RIPE); Review of International Organizations (RIO); World Politics (2010-present)