Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Jongen, Hortense (2021). ‘Peer Review and Compliance with International Anti-Corruption Norms: Insights from the OECD Working Group on Bribery,’ Review of International Studies, 47 (3), 331-352
Jongen, Hortense & Scholte, Jan Aart (2021) ‘Legitimacy in Multistakeholder Global Governance at ICANN’, Global Governance, 27 (2), pp. 298-324
Legitimacy in ICANN Annex
Carraro, Valentina, Conzelmann Thomas & Jongen, Hortense (2019) ‘Fears of Peers? Explaining Peer and Public Shaming in Global Governance’, Cooperation and Conflict, 54 (3), 335-355.
Jongen, Hortense (2018) ‘The Authority of Peer Reviews among States in the Global Governance of Corruption’, Review of International Political Economy, 26 (5), 909-935.
Carraro, Valentina & Jongen, Hortense (2018) ‘Leaving the Doors Open or Keeping Them Closed? The Impact of Transparency on the Authority of Peer Reviews in International Organisations’, Global Governance, 24 (4), 615-635.
Jongen, Hortense (2017) Combating Corruption the Soft Way: The Authority of Peer Reviews in the Global Fight against Graft. Maastricht: Maastricht University Press. ISBN: 978 94 6159 734 2.
Jongen, Hortense (2014) ‘The Dutch Policy Response to Undocumented Migrants. A Clash of Securitisations?’ in Bevelander, P. & B. Petersson (eds.). Crisis and Migration. Implications of the Eurozone Crisis for Perceptions, Politics, and Policies of Migration. Lund: Nordic Academic Press.
Carraro, Valentina & Jongen, Hortense (2020) ‘Peer Review in Financial Integrity Matters‘, Background paper commissioned by the United Nations High-Level Panel on Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity (FACTI) for Achieving the 2030 Agenda.
Jongen, Hortense & Olsson, Elizabeth (2019) ‘Short Daily Writing Sessions with a Twist: Finding the Time, Energy, and Creativity to Write’, School of Blogal Studies.