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Hyeran Jo wins Chadwick Alger award for “Compliant Rebels”

Assistant Professor Hyeran Jo’s book, Compliant Rebels: Rebel Groups and International Law in World Politics, has won the International Studies Association, International Organization Section’s Chadwick Alger award for best book on inter national organization. About Hyeran Jo: Hyeran Jo studies international institutions, international law, and international political economy. Her research deals with the working of international […]

Assistant Professor Hyeran Jo’s book, Compliant Rebels: Rebel Groups and International Law in World Politics, has won the International Studies Association, International Organization Section’s Chadwick Alger award for best book on inter
national organization.

About Hyeran Jo:

Hyeran Jo studies international institutions, international law, and international political economy. Her research deals with the working of international organizations, the design of international rules and agreements, and the question of compliance with international law by non-state actors. She teaches courses in international relations and research design.

About the Chadwick Alger Prize:

The Chadwick F. Alger Prize recognizes the best book published in the previous calendar year on the subject of international organization and multilateralism. The Prize is awarded annually by the International Organization Section of the International Studies Association. The Award Committee is particularly interested in works dealing with the United Nations and/or with how international organizations interact with nongovernmental organizations and other local civil society actors, as reflected in the writings of Chadwick F. Alger.

More information: http://www.isanet.org/Programs/Awards/Chadwick-Alger