The Heinz I. Eulau Award is introduced yearly by the American Political Science Affiliation (APSA) to honor the very best article printed within the APSA journal Views on Politics.
Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni is Professor of Worldwide Relations on the College of Cambridge, the place she is a Fellow of Sidney Sussex School. Her analysis focuses on worldwide group(s), together with questions of institutional design and alter, worldwide safety, and the rising position of non-state actors in world governance. Her work has been printed in main worldwide journals together with European Journal of Worldwide Relations, Worldwide Safety, Worldwide Research Quarterly, Journal of European Public Coverage, Views on Politics, and The Evaluate of Worldwide Organizations. Her current e-book, co-authored with Jason Sharman, Vigilantes Past Borders: NGOs as Enforcers of Worldwide Regulation was printed by Princeton College Press in April 2022.
Jason Sharman is the Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of Worldwide Relations within the Division of Politics and Worldwide Research on the College of Cambridge, in addition to a fellow of King’s School, Cambridge. He was educated in Australia, Russia and the USA, and earlier held positions on the American College in Bulgaria, the College of Sydney and Griffith College. Sharman’s analysis is targeted on the worldwide regulation of cash laundering, corruption and offshore monetary centres, in addition to the worldwide relations of the early fashionable world.
Quotation from the Award Committee:
“Enforcers Past Borders” is a superb research of the rise, significance, and implications of NGO enforcement of worldwide regulation. Reconceptualizing first what constitutes “transnational enforcement,” Eilstrup-Sangiovanni and Sharman then argue that the failure of states to implement worldwide regulation, together with the emergence of latest applied sciences and new authorized treatments have supplied the area for transnational actors’ forceful motion. In-depth case research of environmental safety and anti-corruption present successfully how NGO enforcement has gained higher salience up to now many years.
The facility of this text lies in its distinct capability to handle a query of very clear coverage significance whereas partaking in first-rate social science expertise: conceptual evaluation, principle constructing, and case research improvement. The implications of higher NGO enforcement within the worldwide area increase additional questions in regards to the procedural legitimacy of transnational actors’ habits, in addition to the extent to which NGOs needs to be taking up the enforcement obligations of states. In pushing these difficult questions, Eilstrup-Sangiovanni and Sharman have efficiently opened up necessary avenues for analysis for students in fields as various as worldwide regulation and comparative politics.
APSA thanks the committee members for his or her service: Dr. Erik Martinez Kuhonta (chair) of McGill College, Dr. Kristin Marie Bakke of College School London, and Dr. Benjamin I. Web page of Northwestern College.