My research interests include global environmental politics, transnational private governance, international and comparative political economy, and European Union politics.
May 30: presentation on "The EU and Sustainable Biofuels Governance Across Borders: Shaping or Failing Global Public Policy" (co-authored with Grace Skogstad and Matthieu Mondou) at the annual meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association, Calgary (presented by Grace Skogstad).
June 17-18: presentation on "The Potential of Transnational Climate Governance: Linking Institutional Design to Effects and Effectiveness" (co-authored with Lily Hsueh) at the annual meeting of the conference on Environmental Policy & Governance, Gerzensee, Switzerland (presented by Lily Hsueh).
July 7-8: presentation on "Transnational Private Governance and European Union Regulation: Examining the Impact of Public‐Private Governance Interactions" at the Bi-annual Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, Tilburg, Netherlands.
Renckens, Stefan. 2015. The Basel Convention, US Politics, and the Emergence of Non-State E-Waste Recycling Certification, International Environmental Agreements 15(2): 141-158.
Auld, Graeme, Stefan Renckens and Benjamin Cashore. 2015. Transnational Private Governance between the Logics of Empowerment and Control, Regulation & Governance 9(2): 108-124.
May 16-17: presentations on "Transnational Private Governance and European Union Regulation: Examining the Impact of Public‐Private Governance Interactions" and on "Micro-level Mechanisms of Interaction in the Compliance-Assessment Process of Fisheries Certification" (co-authored with Graeme Auld) at the Conference on “Theorizing Transnational Business Governance Interactions", York University, Toronto.