James Hollway is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. He completed his DPhil in International Relations at Oxford University (2015). His research covers global environmental (especially fisheries) and trade governance, international institutions, and social network theory and methods. From 2014 to 2015, James was a member of the Chair of Social Networks at ETH Zürich and of the Social Network Analysis Research Center at USI Lugano.
- 2017, “Dynamic Network Actor Markov Models: Investigating Coordination Ties through Time”. Sociological Methodology, 47 (with Christoph Stadtfeld and Per Block).
- 2017, “Multilevel Social Spaces and the Network Dynamics of Organizational Fields”. Network Science (with Francesca Pallotti, Christoph Stadtfeld, and Alessandro Lomi).
- 2017, “Beyond Trade: The Expanding Scope of the Non-Trade Agenda in Trade Agreements”. Journal of Conflict Resolution (with Karolina Milewicz, Claire Peacock, and Duncan Snidal).
- 2016, “Multilevel Embeddedness: The Case of the Global Fisheries Governance Complex”. Social Networks, 44: 281–294 (with Johan Koskinen).
- 2016, “Multilevel Bilateralism and Multilateralism: States’ Bilateral and Multilateral Fisheries Treaties and their Secretariats”, in Multilevel Network Analysis for the Social Sciences: Theory, Methods and Applications, edited by Emmanuel Lazega and Tom Snijders. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 315–332 (with Johan Koskinen).