Amandine Orsini is professor of international politics at the Université Saint-Louis, Brussels. In 2009, she completed her PhD in Political Science/International Relations at the Political Institute of Bordeaux. During her PhD, she was visiting fellow at Keele University (10 months, Marie-Curie fellowship) and at Warwick University (4 months, Garnet fellowship). After her PhD she obtained two post-doc contracts including a research mandate at the FNRS (Belgium research institution) she spent at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. In 2011, she developed part of her research at the Graduate Institute of Geneva (one month, COST action IS0802 fellowship).
Amandine co-organises each year the WIRE workshops (Workshops in International Relations) and takes part to the collective research projects GR:EEN (on the EU’s role in the emerging global order) and CIRCULEX (on the circulation of norms and actors’ networks in biodiversity and climate issues).
- Morin, Jean-Frédéric, Amandine Orsini (eds.). 2014. Essential Concepts of Global Environmental Governance, Abingdon, Routledge.
- Orsini, Amandine (ed.) 2014. The European Union with(in) International Organisations. Commitment, Consistency and Effects Across Time, Farnham, Asghate.
- Orsini, Amandine. 2010. La biodiversité sous influence? Les lobbies industriels face aux politiques internationales d’environnement, Bruxelles, Éditions de l’Université de Bruxelles.
- Morin, Jean-Frédéric, Amandine Orsini. 2014. Policy Coherency and Regime Complexes: The Case of Genetic Resources, Review of International Studies, 40(2): 303-324.
- Orsini, Amandine. 2013. Navigating the Regime Complexes for Forestry and Genetic Resources. Global Environmental Politics, 13(3): 34-55.
- Orsini, Amandine, Franck Biermann. 2013. Transparency as a governance mechanism. International Studies Review, 15: 579-581.
- Orsini, Amandine, Daniel Compagnon, 2013. From logics to procedures: arguing within international environmental negotiations, Critical Policy Studies, 7(3): 273-291.
- Morin, Jean-Frédéric, Amandine Orsini. 2013. Insights from Global Environmental Governance. International Studies Review, 15: 562-565.
- Orsini Amandine, Jean-Frédéric Morin, Oran R. Young. 2013. Regime Complexes: A Buzz, A Boom or a Boost for Global Governance? Global Governance, 19 (1): 27-39.
- Morin, Jean-Frédéric, Amandine Orsini. 2013. Regime Complexity and Policy Coherency: Introducing a Co-adjustments Model. Global Governance, 19 (1): 41-51.
- Orsini, Amandine. 2012. Business as a Regulatory Leader for Risk Governance? The Compact Initiative for Liability and Redress under the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, Environmental Politics, 21 (6): 960-979.
- Orsini, Amandine. 2011. Thinking transnationally, acting individually: business lobby coalitions in international environmental negotiations, Global Society, 25 (3): 311-329.
- Orsini, Amandine, Daniel Compagnon. 2011. Corporate Lobbying and multilateral Environmental Agreements, Revue française de science politique, 61(2): 231-248.
- Bled, Amandine, 2010. Technological Choices in International Environmental Negotiations: an Actor-Network Analysis, Business & Society, 49 (4): 570-590.
- Bled, Amandine. 2009. Business to the rescue: private sector actors and global environmental regimes’ legitimacy. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 9 (2): 153-171.
Recent Book Chapters
- Orsini, Amandine, Sebastian Oberthür and Justyna Pozarovska. 2014. Transparency in the Governance of Access to and Benefit Sharing from Genetic Resources. In Aarti Gupta and Michael Mason (eds.). Transparency in Global Environmental Governance: Critical Perspectives. Cambridge: MIT Press: 157-180.
- Orsini, Amandine. 2013. The role of non-state actors in the Nagoya Protocol negotiations. In Sebastian Oberthür and Kristin Rosendal (eds.). Global Governance of Genetic Resources. London: Routledge: 60-78.
- Tienhaara, Kyla, Amandine Orsini and Robert Falkner. 2012. Global Corporations. In Biermann Frank and Philipp Pattberg (eds.), Global Environmental Governance Reconsidered, Cambridge: MIT Press: 45-68.