‘China and WTO Reform: Effectiveness, Challenges and Broader Issues,’ in Raess, Damian, et al., eds, China and the WTO: A Twenty-Year Assessment (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023), 275-98, with Bernard Hoekman and Xinquan Tu
‘The Geneva Effect: Where Officials Sit Influences Where They Stand on WTO Priorities,’ Review of International Political Economy, in press, with Bernard Hoekman
Is using trade policy for foreign policy a “SNO job”? : on linkage, friend-shoring and the challenges for multilateralism, European University Institute, Working Paper, RSC 2022/74, November 2022 [forthcoming in World Trade Review]
‘Transparency Matters for LDCs Too: The Relevance of Current Debates on WTO Reform,’ in LDCs and the Multilateral Trading System: Looking Forward, a Collection of Essays (Geneva: World Trade Organization, 2023), 10-5.
‘Reviving the Negotiation Function of the WTO: Why the Onus Falls on the Three Major Powers,’ in Hoekman, Bernard, et al., eds, Rebooting Multilateral Trade Cooperation: Perspectives from China and Europe (London: CEPR Press, 2021), 29-43, with Tu, Xinquan
“Reforming the World Trade Organization: Practitioner Perspectives from China, the EU, and the US,’ China & World Economy 29:4 (2021), 1-34, with Bernard Hoekman
‘Romance of the Three Kingdoms Now Playing in Geneva: WTO Reform as a Drama between the U.S., China and the EU,’ European University Institute, Policy Paper RSC PP 2021/03, March 2021, , with Bernard Hoekman.
‘WTO Reform as a Triangular Problem among China, the EU and the US,’ CESifo Forum 22:2 (March 2021), 12-6, with Bernard Hoekman.
‘Stakeholder Preferences and Priorities for the Next WTO Director General’ Global Policy (April 2021), with Matteo Fiorini, Bernard Hoekman, Petros C. Mavroidis, and Douglas Nelson
Informal Learning and WTO Renewal: Using Thematic Sessions to Create More Opportunities for Dialogue,’ Global Policy (April 2021)
‘Yours Is Bigger Than Mine! Could an Index Like the Producer Subsidy Equivalent Help in Understanding the Comparative Incidence of Industrial Subsidies?,’ The World Economy 44:2 (February 2021) 328-45.
‘Reforming WTO Conflict Management: Why and How to Improve the Use of “Specific Trade Concerns”,’ Journal of International Economic Law 23:4 (December 2020), 817–39.
‘How the WTO Kept Talking: Lessons from the COVID-19 Crisis,’ in Baldwin, Richard and Simon Evenett, eds, Revitalising Multilateralism: Pragmatic Ideas for the New WTO Director-General (London: A CEPR Press VoxEU.org eBook, 2020), 71-7, with Patrick Low
‘Exposing Governments Swimming Naked in the COVID-19 Crisis with Trade Policy Transparency (and Why WTO Reform Matters More Than Ever),’ in Baldwin, Richard and Simon J. Evenett, eds, COVID-19 and Trade Policy: Why Turning Inward Won’t Work (London: A CEPR Press VoxEU.org eBook, 2020), 165-77.
‘WTO Dispute Settlement and the Appellate Body Crisis: Insider Perceptions and Members’ Revealed Preferences,’ Journal of World Trade (2020) 54:5 667–98, with Matteo Fiorini, Bernard Hoekman, Petros Mavroidis, and Maarja Saluste.
‘Is World Trade Organization Information Good Enough? How a Systematic Reflection by Members on Transparency Could Promote Institutional learning’ Bertelsmann Stiftung, July 2018