Articles by Michal Parízek

December 18, 2020

Emerging powers want more staff in international organisations. They have a long way to go, unless there is an alternative…

Michal Parízek
Secretariats of international organisations have long favoured staff from developed, Western countries. Rising powers are trying to change this, though with mixed success, they are now looking at other ways to achieve their goals, write Michal Parízek and Matthew Stephen
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Michal Parízek
Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University

Michal's research focuses on international organisations, their internal operations, including the role of the staff, and their performance.

Empirically, his research deals with the World Trade Organization as well as the United Nations.

He has recently published in The Review of International Organizations (2017, 2020), New Political Economy, World Trade Review, Comparative European Politics, and Global Policy, among others.

He is the author of Negotiations in the World Trade Organization: Design and Performance (Routledge, 2020).

Negotiations in the World Trade Organization

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