Federica Genovese. 2020. Weak States at Global Climate Negotiations. Cambridge University Press.
              - Appendix


12. Federica Genovese. 2021. Market Responses to Global Governance: International Climate Cooperation and Europe's Carbon TradingBusiness and Politics, 23(1): 91-123. (Pre-printreplication archiveAppendix)
             - Summary at Cambridge Core blog

11. Patrick Bayer and Federica Genovese. 2020. Beliefs about Consequences from Climate Action under Weak Global Institutions: Sectors, Home Bias, and International Embeddedness. Global Environmental Politics, 20(4): 28-50 (replication archiveAppendix, Pre-registration) 
 Featured in The Conversation and CUP 1584 blog

10. Federica Genovese and Gerald Schneider. 2020. Smoke with Fire: Financial Crises and the Demand for Parliamentary Oversight in the European UnionThe Review of International Organizations, 15(3), 633-665 (replication archiveAppendix)
              - Featured in a LSE EUROPP blog

9. Federica Genovese. 2020. Domestic sources of “mild” positions on international cooperation: Italy and global climate policyItalian Political Science, 15(1):1-19 (SI Italy in the 21st Century's International Politics)

8. Federica Genovese. 2019. Sectors, Pollution, and Trade: How Industrial Interests Shape Domestic Positions on Global Climate Agreements. International Studies Quarterly, 63(4), 819-836 (replication archiveAppendix)
              - Featured in a LSE EUROPP blog 

7. Michael M. Bechtel, Federica Genovese and Kenneth Scheve. 2019. Interests, Norms, and Support for the Provision of Global Public Goods: The Case of Climate Cooperation. British Journal of Political Science, 49(4), 1333-1355 (replication archive, Appendix)
              - Featured in a LSE EUROPP blog

6. Federica Genovese and Endre Tvinnereim. 2019. Who Opposes Climate Regulation? Business Preferences for the European Emission Trading Scheme. The Review of International Organizations, 14(3), 511-542 (replication archiveAppendix)
          - Featured in the Carbon Market Monitor (Thomson Reuters) and the Initiative For Sustainable Energy Policy blog

5. Federica Genovese. 2019. Politics @Pontifex: International Crises and Political Patterns of Papal Tweets. PS: Political Science & Politics, 52(1), 7-13 (replication archive, Appendix)
          - Featured in The Washington Post's Monkey Cage

4. Federica Genovese,  Florian Kern and  Christian Martin. 2017. Policy Alteration: Rethinking Diffusion Processes when Policies have Alternatives. International Studies Quarterly, 61:2, 236-252 (replication archive, Appendix)
3. Federica Genovese, Gerald Schneider and Pia Wassmann. 2016. The Eurotower Strikes Back: Crises, Adjustments and Europe's Austerity Protests. Comparative Political Studies, 49:7, 939-967 (replication archiveAppendix)
          - Featured in The Washington Post's Monkey Cage and The LSE EUROPP blogs

2. Federica Genovese. 2015. 'Politics Ex Cathedra': Religious Authority and the Pope in Modern International Relations. Research and Politics, 2:4, 1-15 (replication archive)
             - Featured in 2016's InTrasformazione: Rivista di Storia delle Idee, 5:2 (invited contribution)

1. Federica Genovese. 2014. States' Interests at International Climate Negotiations: New Measures of Bargaining Positions. Environmental Politics, 23: 4, 610-631 (Pre-print, Appendixr code)
          - Featured in The LSE EUROPP blog

Working Manuscripts 

Federica Genovese, Richard McAlexander and Johannes Urpelainen. Institutional Roots of International Alliance: Party Groupings and Position Similarity at Global Climate Negotiations. (Revise and Resubmit)

Nikhar Gaikwad, Federica Genovese and Dustin Tingley. Creating Climate Coalitions: Mass Preferences for Compensating Vulnerability in the World's Two Largest Democracies. (Revise and Resubmit)
               - Featured in the New York Times

Federica Genovese and Héctor Hermida Rivera. Government Ideology and Bailout Conditionality in the European Financial Crisis. (Revise and Resubmit)

Federica Genovese, Margherita Belgioioso and Florian KernThe Political Geography of Migrant Reception and Public Opinion on Immigration: Evidence from Italy.

Federica Genovese. Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Emotions, Geography and Immigration Attitudes in the European Media. (Pre-registration of a relevant survey).

Lorenzo Crippa and Federica Genovese. Papal Dividends: Do Popes' Political Positions Move Economic Markets?

Other Publications 

Federica Genovese, Kenneth Scheve and David Stasavage. 2016. Comparative Income Taxation Database: Codebook. Stanford University Libraries: SSDS Social Science Data Collection.