Professor Amrita Narlikar

Professor Amrita Narlikar (D.Phil. Oxon, Ph.D. Cantab) is the President of the GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg, and Professor at the University of Hamburg. Prior to coming to the GIGA, she taught at Cambridge for 10 years, and was also the Founding Director of the Centre for Rising Powers since 2011. Her research expertise lies in the areas of multilateral negotiations, international trade, and rising powers.

Email: amrita.narlikar@giga-hamburg.de

Weblink: http://www.giga-hamburg.de/en/team/narlikar

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Research Publications

BOOKS

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1. Amrita Narlikar, The Poverty Paradox: The Use and Misuse of Poverty in International Bargaining, under contract with New York: Cambridge University Press.

2. Amrita Narlikar and Aruna Narlikar, Bargaining with a Rising India: Lessons from the Mahabharata, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.

3. Amrita Narlikar, New Powers: How to become one and how to manage them, London: Hurst Publications, and New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.3

4. Amrita Narlikar, The World Trade Organization: A Very Short Introduction, Oxford: Oxford University Press, July 2005. (Translated into Chinese, Arabic, and available as an audiobook)

5. Amrita Narlikar, International Trade and Developing Countries: Coalitions in the GATT and WTO, London: Routledge, September 2003 (hardback), April 2005 (paperback).

Edited Books/ Journal special issues

6. Amrita Narlikar (ed.) International Affairs, Special Issue entitled “Negotiating the Rise of New Powers”, 89: 3, May 2013.

7. Amrita Narlikar, Martin Daunton, and Robert Stern (eds.) Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

8. Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Small States in International Economic Negotiations, The Round Table: Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, Journal special issue to mark the centenary of the journal, 100 (413), April, 2011. (Reprinted as an edited book, London: Routledge, 2013)

9. Amrita Narlikar (ed.), Deadlocks in Multilateral Settings: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

10. Amrita Narlikar and Brendan Vickers (eds.), Leadership and Change in the Doha Negotiations, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff and Dordrecht: Republic of Letters, 2009.

PAPERS IN JOURNALS

11. Amrita Narlikar, ‘India’s Role in Global Governance: A Modi-fication?,’ International Affairs, 93:1, 2017.

12. Amrita Narlikar and Diana Tussie, ‘Breakthrough at Bali? Explanations, Aftermath, Implications,’ International Negotiation, 21: 2, 2016

13. Amrita Narlikar, ‘The Power of the Powerless,’ Foreign Affairs (online), 12 March 2015.

14. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Make Room for the Rising Powers,’ Current History, Anniversary Issue, January 2014 (forthcoming).

15. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Introduction: Negotiating the Rise of New Powers,’ International Affairs, 89:3, May 2013, pp. 561-577.

16. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Rising India: Responsible to whom?,’ International Affairs, 89:3, May 2013, 89:3, May 2013, pp. 595-614.

17. Amrita Narlikar and Dan Kim, ‘Unfair Trade? The Fair-trade Movement does more harm than good’ Foreign Affairs (Online), 4 April 2013,
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18. Jagdish Bhagwati and Amrita Narlikar, ‘Don’t Blame the Brands,” Prospect Magazine (Online), 2 April 2013,
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19. Amrita Narlikar and Rajiv Kumar, ‘From Pax Americana to Pax Mosaica: Bargaining over a New Economic Order.’ Political Quarterly. 83:2, April-June 2012, pp. 384-394.

20. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Is India a Responsible Great Power?’ Third World Quarterly. 32: 9,November 2011, pp. 1607-1621.4

21. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Editorial: Small States in Multilateral Economic Negotiations,’ Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 100 (413), April 2011, pp. 119-124.

22. Amrita Narlikar, ‘India’s Rise to Power: Where does East Africa fit in?’ Review of African Political Economy, 37 (126), December 2010, pp. 451-464.

23. Amrita Narlikar, ‘New Powers in the Club: The Challenges of Global Trade Governance,’ International Affairs, 86 (3), May 2010, pp. 717-728. Reprinted in Carolyn Deere-Birkbeck ed., Making Global Trade Governance work for Development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2011.

24. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Bargaining for a Raise? New Powers in the International System,’ Internationale Politik, September 2008.

25. Amrita Narlikar, ‘What Rationality, Whose Design, Governance How?,’ Government and Opposition, 43 (1), January 2008, pp. 130-138.

26. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Power and Legitimacy: India and the World Trade Organization,’India and Global Affairs, Inaugural Issue, January-March 2008, pp/176-180.

27. Amrita Narlikar, ‘All that Glitters is not Gold: India’s Rise to Power,’ Third World Quarterly, July, Vol. 28 (5), 2007, pp. 983-996.

28. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Fairness in International Trade Negotiations,’ The World Economy, Vol. 29, No. 8, August 2006, pp. 1005-1028.

29. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Peculiar Chauvinism or Strategic Calculation: Explaining the Negotiation Strategy of a Rising India,’ International Affairs, Vol. 82, No. 1, January 2006, pp. 77-94.

30. Andrew Hurrell and Amrita Narlikar, ‘The New Politics of Confrontation: Developing Countries at Cancun and Beyond,’ Global Society, October 2006, pp. 415-433.

31. Amrita Narlikar, ‘The Ministerial Process and Power Dynamics in the WTO: Understanding Failure from Seattle to Cancun,’ New Political Economy, Volume 9, No. 3, September, 2004, pp. 413-428.

32. Amrita Narlikar and Diana Tussie, ‘The G20 at the Cancun Ministerial: Developing Countries and their Evolving Coalitions in the WTO,’ World Economy, Vol. 27, No.7, July 2004, pp. 947-966.
Modified version of this paper translated into Portuguese and published in Revista Brasileira de Comercio Exterior, 2004.
Reprinted in From Cancun to Sao Paulo: The Role of Civil Society in the International Trading System, CUTS: New Delhi, 2004.

33. Amrita Narlikar and Rorden Wilkinson, ‘Collapse at the WTO: A Cancun Post Mortem,’ Third World Quarterly, April, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2004, pp. 417-430.

34. Desmond King and Amrita Narlikar, ‘The New Risk Regulators: International Organisations and Globalisation,’ Political Quarterly, Vol. 74, No. 3, July-September 2003, pp. 337-348.
Reprinted in Critical Perspectives on Globalization, edited by Marina Della Giusta, Uma Kambhampati and Robert Wade, Edward Elgar, 2005.

35. Amrita Narlikar, ‘The Politics of Participation: Decision-Making Processes and Developing Countries in the WTO,’ The Round Table, The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 364, April 2002, pp. 171-185
Awarded the first Harry Hodson Memorial Prize by The Round Table. Reprinted in John Kirton ed., Global Trade. London: Ashgate, 2009.

36. Ngaire Woods and Amrita Narlikar, ‘Governance and Accountability: the WTO, the IMF and the World Bank,’ International Social Science Journal, Vol. 53, No. 170, December 2001, pp. 569-583.5

BOOK CHAPTERS

37. Amrita Narlikar, ‘India and the WTO,’ in Steve Smith, Tim Dunne, and Amelia Hadfield eds., Foreign Policy Analysis in International Relations, 3rd Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

38. Amrita Narlikar, ‘The Diplomacy of the Doha Development Agenda,’ in Andrew Cooper, Jorge Heine and Ramesh Thakur (eds), The Oxford Handbook on Modern Diplomacy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

39. Amrita Narlikar, Martin Daunton, and Robert Stern, ‘Introduction,’ in Amrita Narlikar, Martin Daunton, and Robert Stern (eds), The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

40. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Collective Agency, Systemic Consequences: Bargaining Coalitions in the WTO,’ in Amrita Narlikar, Martin Daunton, and Robert Stern (eds), The Oxford Handbook on the World Trade Organization, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

41. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Adapting to New Power Balances: Institutional Reform in the WTO,’ in Thomas Cottier and Manfred Elsig eds., Governing the WTO: Past, Present, and Beyond Doha, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

42. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Evolving Trade Governance on the Formal-Informal Spectrum,’ in Thomas Christiansen and Christine Neuhold eds., Handbook of Informal Governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2012.

43. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Reforming Institutions: Unreformed India?,’ in Alan Alexandroff and Andrew Cooper eds., Rising States, Rising Institutions: Can the World be Governed?, Washington DC: Brookings, 2010.

44. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Introduction,’ in Amrita Narlikar ed., Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

45. Amrita Narlikar and Pieter van Houten, ‘Know the Enemy: Uncertainty and Deadlock in the WTO,’ in Amrita Narlikar ed., Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

46. Daniel Druckman and Amrita Narlikar, ‘Conclusion,’ Amrita Narlikar ed., Deadlocks in Multilateral Negotiations: Causes and Solutions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

47. Amrita Narlikar, ‘A Theory of Bargaining Coalitions,’ in Amrita Narlikar and Brendan Vickers eds., Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/ Republic of Letters Publishing, 2009.

48. Amrita Narlikar and Brendan Vickers, a) Introduction b) Conclusion, in Amrita Narlikar and Brendan Vickers eds., Leadership and Change in the Multilateral Trading System, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/ Republic of Letters Publishing, 2009.

49. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Reforming the Multilateral Trading System: The Lessons of the Doha Negotiations,’ in Frank Trentmann ed., Free Trade, Fair Trade?, Smith Institute, 2009.

50. Amrita Narlikar and Diana Tussie, ‘Agenda for Research: The G20 in the WTO,’ in Diana Tussie ed., The Politics of Trade, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill, 2009.

51. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Law and Legitimacy: The World Trade Organization,’ in David Armstrong ed., Handbook of International Law, London: Routledge, 2009.

52. Amrita Narlikar, ‘India and the WTO,’ in Steve Smith, Tim Dunne, and Amelia Hadfield eds., Foreign Policy Analysis in International Relations, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.

53. Amrita Narlikar, ‘All’s Fair in Love and Trade?’ Negotiating the Doha Development Agenda, in Donna Lee and Rorden Wilkinson eds., Endgame at the WTO? Reflections on the Doha Development Agenda, London: Routledge, 2007.6

54. Amrita Narlikar and John Odell, ‘The Strict Distributive Strategy for a Bargaining Coalition: the Like Minded Group and the World Trade Organization,’ in John Odell ed., Negotiating Trade; Developing Countries in the WTO & NAFTA, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

55. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Developing Countries and the WTO,’ in Brian Hocking and Steven McGuire eds., Trade Politics, second edition, London: Routledge, 2004, pp. 133-145.

56. Amrita Narlikar, ‘States, Trade and the World Trade Organisation: Who Makes the Rules,’ in Simon Bromley, William Brown, Maureen Mackintosh and Marc Wuyts eds., Making the International: Economic Interdependence and Political Order, Open University, 2004, pp.75-93.

57. Amrita Narlikar and Ngaire Woods, ‘The Emergence of Coalitions in Services,’ in Diana Tussie ed., Trade Negotiations in Latin America: Problems and Prospects, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2003.

58. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Café au Lait Diplomacy,’ for Diana Tussie and Miguel F. Lengyel, Developing Countries: Turning Participation into Influence, in B. Hoekman, A. Mattoo and P. English, Trade, Development and the WTO: A Handbook, Washington DC: World Bank, 2002.

59. Amrita Narlikar, ‘Inter-State Bargaining Coalitions in Services Negotiations: Interests of Developing Countries,’ in Robert Stern ed., Services in the International Economy, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 2001, pp. 435-460.