Jean-Frédéric Morin is professor of international relations at Laval University (Québec City, Canada), where he holds the Canada Research Chair in International Political Economy. Before being invited to hold this research chair, he was professor at Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) from 2008 to 2014. His current research projects look at regime complexes, policy diffusion, expert networks, and treaty design in the field of trade, the environment, and intellectual property law. Some of his publications can be downloaded from www.chaire-epi.ulaval.ca
Some recent publications related global environmental politics:
- Morin, JF and S. Jinnah (2018) “The Untapped Potential of Preferential Trade Agreements for Climate Governance”, Environmental Politics.
- Morin, JF, A Dür, L. Lechner (2018) “Mapping the Trade and Environment Nexus: Insights from a New Dataset”, Global Environmental Politics.
- Morin, JF and M. Rochette (2017) “Transatlantic Convergence of PTAs’ Environmental Clauses” Business and Politics vol. 19(4): 621-658.
- Morin, JF, J. Pauwelyn, and J. Hollway (2017) “The Trade Regime as a Complex Adaptive System: Exploration and Exploitation of Environmental Norms in Trade Agreements”, Journal of International Economic Law, vol. 20(2): 365-390.
- Morin, JF, S. Louafi, A. Orsini and M. Oubenal (2017) “Boundary Organizations in Regime Complexes: A Social Network Profil of IPBES”, Journal of International Relations and Development, 20(3): 543-577.