Madsen, Mikael and Mayoral, Juan A. and Strezhnev, Anton and Voeten, Erik, Sovereignty, Substance, and Public Support for European Courts’ Human Rights Rulings, American Political Science Review

Helfer, Laurence R., and Erik Voeten. “Walking Back Human Rights in Europe?.” Forthcoming in European Journal of International Law (2020).

Kentikelenis, Alexander, and Erik Voeten. “Legitimacy challenges to the liberal world order: Evidence from United Nations speeches, 1970–2018.” The Review of International Organizations (2020): 1-34.

Stiansen, Øyvind, and Erik Voeten. “Backlash and judicial restraint: Evidence from the European Court of Human Rights.” International Studies Quarterly 64, no. 4 (2020): 770-784.

Voeten, Erik. “Populism and backlashes against international courts.” Perspectives on Politics 18, no. 2 (2020): 407-422.

Voeten, Erik. “Gender and judging: Evidence from the European court of human rights.” Journal of European Public Policy (2020): 1-21.

Voeten, Erik. “Making Sense of the Design of International Institutions.” Annual Review of Political Science 22 (2019): 147-163.

Bailey, Michael A., and Erik Voeten. “”A two-dimensional analysis of seventy years of United Nations voting.” “ Public Choice (2018): 1-23.

Terman, Rochelle, and Erik Voeten. “The relational politics of shame: Evidence from the universal periodic review.” The Review of International Organizations 13, no. 1 (2018): 1-23.

Bailey, Michael A., Anton Strezhnev, and Erik Voeten. “Estimating dynamic state preferences from United Nations voting data.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 61.2 (2017): 430-456.

“Competition and Complementarity between Global and Regional Human Rights Institutions.” Global Policy 8.1 (2017): 119-123.

Oil and International Cooperation , International Studies Quarterly (2015) (with Michael Ross)

Are New Democracies Better Human Rights Compliers? International Organization (2014) With Sharanbir Grewal

“How Does Customary International Law Change? International Studies Quarterly (2014, with Pierre-Hugues Verdier)

Precedent, Compliance, and Change in Customary International Law: An Explanatory Theory American Journal of International Law 108.3 (2014): 389-434., (with Pierre-Hugues Verdier)

“Domestic Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments: Legal Infrastructure and Government Effectiveness Matter: A Reply to Dia Anagnostou and Alina Mungiu-Pippidi” European Journal of International Law 25.1 (2014): 229-238

“International Courts as Agents of Legal Change: Evidence from LGBT Rights in Europe” International Organization 68.01 (2014): 77-110. (with Larry Helfer). Replication data

  “Does participation in international organizations increase cooperation?.” The Review of International Organizations 9.3 (2014): 285-308.

Public Opinion and the Legitimacy of International Courts“,  Theoretical Inquiries in Law 14.2 (2013): 411-436.

“Precedent on International Courts: A Network Analysis of Case Citations by the European Court of Human Rights British Journal of Political Science 42.02 (2012): 413-439  (with Yonatan Lupu). Replication data

Unipolar Politics as Usual Cambridge Review of International Affairs.  24.2 (2011): 121-128.

“Borrowing and Non-Borrowing among International Courts.” Journal of Legal Studies 39.2 (2010): 547-576.

“The Politics of International Judicial Appointments”. Chicago Journal of International Law (Winter 2009).

“The Cost of Shame: International Organizations, Foreign Aid, and Human Rights Norms Enforcement” (with James Lebovic, Journal of Peace Research 46.1 (2009): 79-97  Web appendix with robustness checks.

“The Impartiality of International Judges: Evidence from the European Court of Human Rights”. American Political Science Review 102.04 (2008): 417-433.

“The Politics of International Judicial Appointments: Evidence from the European Court of Human Rights“. International Organization 61.04 (2007): 669-701.

“Measuring Legal Systems”. the Journal of Comparative Economics (Fall 2007, w“Measuring Legal Systemsith Howard Rosenthal) 35.4 (2007): 711-728.

With James Lebovic, “The Politics of Shame: The Condemnation of Country Human Rights Practices in the UNHRC” International Studies Quarterly, 50.4 (2006): 861-888.

With Paul Brewer, Public Opinion, the War in Iraq, and Presidential Accountability” Journal of Conflict Resolution , October 2006

The Political Origins of the UN Security Council’s Ability to Legitimize the Use of Force , International Organization, 59.03 (2005): 527-557.

With Howard Rosenthal: Analyzing Roll Calls With Perfect Spatial Voting , The American Journal of Political Science 48.3 (2004): 620-632.An earlier version Government Instability with Perfect Spatial Voting: France 1946-1958 is available as Russel sage working paper #197

Resisting the Lonely Superpower: Responses of States in the United Nations to U.S. Dominance In the Journal of Politics August 66.3 (2004): 729-754. Supplementary materials

“Outside Options and The Logic of Security Council Action.” American Political Science ReviewDecember 2001, pp 845-858.

Clashes in the Assembly International OrganizationSpring 54.02 (2000): 185-215.

Book Reviews

 “Norms, Power, and Human Rights” International Studies Review 16(2) 302-306

Domestic Law Goes Global” Perspectives on Politics 2013

“Channels of Power” Review of International Organizations 2011