Nicole Janz. 2010. ‘And no one will keep that light from shining.’ Civil Religion after September 11 in Speeches of George W. Bush. Berlin: Lit-Verlag.
- Reviewed in: Rhetoric & Public Affairs, Journal of Church and State, Review of Religious Research
- Methodology and Data are available on Dataverse
Refereed Journal Articles
Krishna C. Vadlamannati, Nicole Janz, and Øyvind I. Berntsen (2018). “Human Rights Shaming and FDI: Effects of the UN Human Rights Commission and Council.” World Development 104, 222-237. Pre-print (free from 1/2020). Replication Data.
Nicole Janz (2018). “Foreign Direct Investment and Repression: An Analysis Across Industry Sectors, Journal of Human Rights 17:2, 163-183. Pre-print. Replication Data.
Dalson Figueiredo Filho, Rodrigo Lins, Amanda Domingos, Nicole Janz, Lucas Silva (2019, forthcoming). “Seven Reasons Why: A User’s Guide to Transparency and Reproducibility.” Brazilian Journal of Political Science
Nicole Janz (2016). “Bringing the Gold Standard into the Classroom: Replication in University Teaching.” International Studies Perspectives 17(4): 392–407. Pre-print. Appendix.
Nils Petter Gleditsch, and Nicole Janz (2016). “Replication in International Relations.” International Studies Perspectives 17(4): 361–366.
Nicole Janz, and Thomas Risse (eds). 2007. “Menschenrechte–Globale Dimensionen eines Universellen Anspruchs.” (Human Rights–Global Dimensions of a Universal Standard) Baden-Baden: Nomos. [Reviewed in: Politische Vierteljahresschrift]
Nicole Janz. 2012. “Book Review: Rhoda Howard-Hassmann, Can globalization promote human rights? Pennsylvania State University Press. 2010.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs 25(3): 482-484.
Nicole Janz. 2011. “Book Review: Rasche A. and Kell, G. (eds.) The United Nations Global Compact: achievements, trends and challenges. Cambridge University Press. 2010.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs 24(3): 540-542.
Work in Progress
Indra de Soysa, Nicole Janz, & Krishna Vadlamannati, “US Multinationals and Human Rights: A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of Extractive vs. Non-Extractive Sectors” (invited for R&R at Business & Society, Pre-print)
Nicole Janz, & Jeremy Freese, “Replicate others as you would like to be replicated yourself” (invited for R&R at PS: Political Science & Politics, Pre-print)
Nicole Janz, Paasha Mahdavi, & Noel Johnston“How Taking from Foreigners Affects Domestic Human Rights.” (in preparation for submission to The Review of International Organisations, July 2019, Pre-print)
Nicole Janz, & Dalson Figueiredo, “Counting and Judging Corruption: Evidence From a New Conviction Data Set for Brazil” (in preparation for submission to British Journal of Political Science, August 2019)
Nicole Janz, & Luca Messerschmidt, “Sectoral FDI and Labour Rights in Developing Countries.” (in preparation for submission to Comparative Political Studies, July 2019)
Krishna Vadlamannati & Nicole Janz, “Does Cultural Diversity Hinder the Implementation of IMF-Supported Programs? An Empirical Investigation” (in preparation for Journal of Politics)