List of Publications

  1. Peer-reviewed journal articles
  2. Research monograph
  3. Popularizing works

    1. Peer-reviewed journal articles

    Fiscal policy and electoral politics

    Dellmuth, L.M., Schraff, D. and Stoffel, M.F., “Distributive politics, electoral institutions, and European Structural and Investment Funding: Evidence from Italy and France”, Journal of Common Market Studies, 55:2 (2016), pp. 275-293.

    Dellmuth, L.M. and Stoffel, M.F., “Distributive politics and intergovernmental transfers: The local allocation of European Union Structural Funds”, European Union Politics, 13:3 (2012), pp. 413–433. Sage Award for the best article published in European Union Politics in 2012 (vol. 13).

    Dellmuth, L.M., “The cash divide: The allocation of European Union regional grants”, Journal of European Public Policy, 18:7 (2011), pp. 1016–1033. Best Paper Award for young scholars presented at the Swedish Political Science Association in 2010.

    Discussed by Polscieu (Ideas on Europe).

      Transnational actors in global governance
    Dellmuth, L.M., Tallberg, J., “Advocacy Strategies in Global Governance: Inside vs. Outside Lobbying”, Political Studies, 65:3 (2017), forthcoming.

    Tallberg, J., Dellmuth, L.M., Agné, H. and Duit, A., “NGO influence in international organizations: Information, access, and exchange”, British Journal of Political Science , First-View Article 2015, doi:10.1017/S000712341500037X.

    Discussed by the Nereus foundation and the Stockholm Resilience Centre .

    Agné, H., Dellmuth, L.M. and Tallberg, J., “Does stakeholder involvement foster democratic legitimacy in international organizations? An empirical assessment of a normative theory”, Review of International Organizations, 10:4 (2015), pp. 465–488.

    Sahlin, K., Wijkström, F., Dellmuth, L.M., Einarsson, T. and Oberg, A., “The 'Milky Way' of intermediary organizations. A transnational field of university governance”, Policy and Politics, 43:3 (2015), pp. 407–424.

      Legitimacy in global governance
    Dellmuth, L.M. and Chalmers, A.W., “All spending is not equal: European Union public spending, policy feedback, and citizens’ support for the EU”, European Journal of Political Research, forthcoming.

    Dellmuth, L.M., “The knowledge gap in world politics: Assessing the sources of citizen awareness of the United Nations Security Council”, Review of International Studies , 42:2 (2016), pp. 673-700.

    Discussed by the Nereus foundation. See related LegGov blog article.

    Chalmers, A.W. and Dellmuth, L.M., “Fiscal redistribution and public support for European integration”, European Union Politics, 16:3 (2015), pp. 386–407.

    Dellmuth, L.M. and Tallberg, J., “The social legitimacy of international organizations: Interest representation, institutional performance, and confidence extrapolation in the United Nations”, Review of International Studies, 41:3 (2015), pp. 451–475.

      2. Research monograph

      Dellmuth LM (2011) Targeting spending strategically: Bureaucracy, democracy and the distribution of regional development funds in the European Union. Mannheim: University of Mannheim (Ph.D. dissertation) (170p.).

        3. Popularizing works

        Policy reports

        Mobjörk M, Gustafsson MT, Sonnsjö H, van Baalen S, Dellmuth LM and Bremberg N, “Climate-Related Security Risks. Towards an Integrated Approach (Stockholm: SIPRI, 2016) (76 p.).

        Cheung, W et al. (2015) “ Predicting future oceans. Climate change, oceans & fisheries”, scientific report for the Nereus Program, a global interdisciplinary initiative between the Nippon Foundation, the University of British Columbia, the University of Cambridge, Duke University, Princeton University, Stockholm University, the United Nations Environmental Program-World Conservation Monitoring Centre, and Utrecht University.

        Dellmuth, Lisa M. (2011) " European structural, agricultural and environmental spending in Germany: Challenges and problems during the allocation and implementation of EU resources”, policy paper, Stockholm University, Department of Political Science.

        Policy briefs

        Mobjörk M, van Baalen S, Bäckstrand K, Bremberg N, Dellmuth LM, Gustafsson MT and Sonnsjö H, “Climate change and violent conflict in East Africa - implications for policy”, policy brief April 2016.

        Gustafsson MT, Bäckstrand K, Bremberg N, Dellmuth LM, Sonnsjö H, van Baalen S and Mobjörk M, “How to integrate climate and conflict risks in development cooperation – experiences and lessons learnt, policy brief April 2016.

        Mobjörk M, Bäckstrand K, Gustafsson MT, Sonnsjö H, Dellmuth LM and Bremberg N, "The role of multilateral organisations in addressing climate change and its security risks, policy brief November 2015.

        Van Baalen S, Bremberg N, Dellmuth LM, Gustafsson MT, Mobjörk M and Sonnsjö H, Climate Change and Security: Security risks and the role of multilateral organisations (Stockholm: Stockholm University, The Swedish Institute of International Affairs Stockholm Resilience Centre, 2015) (61 p.).

        Online blogs

        Dellmuth, LM and Tallberg J (April 2017) "How NGOs succeed in changing global policy”, blog article for

        Dellmuth, LM (December 2016) " LegGov blog article”, blog article for LegGov (Legitimacy in Global Governance).

        Chalmers, Adam W. and Lisa M. Dellmuth (August 2015) " The effect of EU spending on support for the integration process depends on how 'European' citizens feel”, blog article at LSE Blog for European Politics and Policy.

        Chalmers, Adam W. and Lisa M. Dellmuth (December 2014) " Why Europe's new cohesion policy is unlikely to enhance the effectiveness of European Structural and Investment Funds”, blog article at Critcom (Council of European Studies).

        Dellmuth, Lisa M., Dominik Schraff, and Michael F. Stoffel (January 2014) " EU funding policies may be undermined”, blog article at LSE Blog for European Politics and Policy (Translated into Spanish by El Diario).


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