Publications

Dörfler, Thomas and Mirko Heinzel (2022): “Greening Global Governance: INGO Secretariats and Environmental Mainstreaming of IOs, 1950 to 2017”. Review of International Organizations. Forthcoming.

Heinzel, Mirko (2022): “International bureaucrats and organizational performance. Country knowledge and sectoral knowledge in World Bank projects”. International Studies Quarterly. Forthcoming.

Baccini, Leonardo, Mirko Heinzel and Mathias Koenig-Archibugi (2022): “The social construction of global health priorities: An empirical analysis of contagion in bilateral health aid”. International Studies Quarterly. Access.

Heinzel, Mirko (2021): “Divided loyalties? The role of national IO staff in aid-funded procurement.” Governance. Access.

Forster, Timon and Mirko Heinzel (2021):Reacting, fast and slow. How world leaders shaped government responses to COVID-19”. Journal of European Public Policy. Access.

Heinzel, Mirko and Andrea Liese (2021):Managing performance and winning trust. How World Bank staff shape recipient performance”. Review of International Organizations. Access.

Heinzel, Mirko, Jonas Richter, Per-Olof Busch, Hauke Feil, Jana Herold and Andrea Liese (2021):Birds of a feather? The determinants of impartiality perceptions of the IMF and the World Bank”. Review of International Political Economy. Access.

Heinzel, Mirko and Andrea Liese (2021): “Expert authority and support for COVID-19 measures in Germany and the UK. A survey experiment.” West European Politics. Access.

Heinzel, Mirko (2021): “Mediating power? Delegation, pooling and leadership selection at international organisations”. British Journal of Politics and International Relations. Access.

Busch, Per-Olof, Hauke Feil, Mirko Heinzel, Jana Herold, Mathies Kempken and Liese, Andrea (2021): “Policy recommendations of international bureaucracies: the influence of country specificity”. International Review of Administrative Sciences. Access.

Busch, Per-Olof, Mirko Heinzel, Mathies Kempken and Andrea Liese (2020):Mind the Gap? Comparing de facto and de jure Expert Authority of International Public Administrations in financial and agricultural policy”. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. Access.