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.
- 2019, “Environmental policy: Theory and practice”, in Global Environmental Outlook 6 Report. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 283–299. (with Pedro Fidelman, Leandra Gonçalves, Klaus Jacob, Peter King, and Sebastian Sewerin)
- 2019, “Oceans policy effectiveness”, in Global Environmental Outlook 6 Report. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 349–370. (with Elaine Baker, Pedro Fidelman, Leandra Gonçalves, Peter Harris, Rak Kim, and Jake Rice)