Journal articles

  • Worldwide Media Visibility of NATO, the European Union, and the United Nations in Connection to the Russia-Ukraine War. Michal Parizek. Czech Journal of International Relations 58, no. 1 (February 27, 2023): 15–44.

Conference papers (work in progress)

  • Media Reporting on International Organizations: Using Machine Learning to Identify Worldwide Patterns. Michal Parizek. The 15th Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations, 4-6 May, 2023, ISA Annual Convention 2023, Montreal, 15-18 March, 2023
  • #ViolentRiotsNotPeacefulProtests: How IDF construct their positive image on Twitter. Tereza Plistilova. European Association of Israel Studies, Oxford, 18 – 20 September 2022 and EISA PEC, Athens, 1- 4 September, 2022, ISA Annual Convention 2023, Montreal, 15-18 March, 2023
  • Media Visibility of International Organizations Worldwide: Politicization of International Authority or ‘Boots-on-the-Ground’ Work?. Michal Parizek. The 14th Annual Conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations, Oxford, 7 – 9 July 2022
  • Carbon neutrality in media worldwide: the emergence of the new norm of the climate change régime. Jakub Tesar & Michal Parizek. EPSA AC 2022, Praha, 23 – 25 June 2022 and EISA PEC, Athens, 1-4 September, 2022
  • A power model of the global flows of political information; Michal Parizek & Jakub Stauber, EPSA AC 2022, Praha, 23 – 25 June 2022, ISA Annual Convention 2023, Montreal, 15-18 March, 2023
  • Measuring political information: novel method for estimating the information content of political communication. Michal Parizek & Jakub Tesar. EPSA AC 2022, Praha, 23 – 25 June 2022
  • Mapping Global Flows of Political Information: Data, Methods, and First Insights. Michal Parizek & Jakub Stauber. COMPTEXT 2022, University College Dublin, 6-7 May 2022

Policy papers

Closely related previous publications

The following article is the first to systematically measure media visibility of political bodies – a set of more than 30 international organizations – as an important component of their theoretical and empirical analysis.

  • Parizek, Michal, and Matthew D Stephen. 2020. ‘The Increasing Representativeness of International Organizations’ Secretariats: Evidence from the United Nations System, 1997–2015’. International Studies Quarterly. The article identifies key patterns in the staffing of international organizations, as influenced by the bodies’ media visibility.

The following articles GLOWIN members (co-)authored look into relevant aspects of communication and information in world politics.

  • Faude, Benjamin, and Michal Parizek. 2020. ‘Contested Multilateralism as Credible Signaling: How Strategic Inconsistency Can Induce Cooperation among States’. The Review of International Organizations. The article focuses on problems in communication and credibility in driving the phenomenon of contested multilateralism.
  • Parizek, Michal. 2020. Negotiations in the World Trade Organization: Design and Performance. New York: Routledge, ch. 3. and Parizek, Michal. 2016. ‘Communication and Credibility in Multilateral Negotiations’. Czech Journal of Political Science 23, no. 1: 44–64. Discusses the problems of communication and credibility in multilateral negotiations and tests the argument on the case of WTO Doha negotiations.
  • Karlas, Jan, and Michal Parizek. 2020. ‘Supply of Policy Information in the World Trade Organization: Cross-National Compliance with One-Time and Regular Notification Obligations, 1995–2014’. World Trade Review 19, no. 1: 30–50. and Karlas, Jan, and Michal Parizek. 2019. ‘The Process Performance of the WTO Trade Policy Review Mechanism: Peer-Reviewing Reconsidered’. Global Policy 10, no. 3: 376–84.
  • Tesař, Jakub. 2020. „How Do Social Norms and Expectations About Others Influence Individual Behavior?” Foundations of Science 25 (1): 135–50. The article explores how agents’ decisions are influenced by information and perception of their counterparts.
  • Parizek, Michal. 2017. ‘Control, Soft Information, and the Politics of International Organizations Staffing’. The Review of International Organizations 12, no. 4: 559–83. The article identifies the need for ‘soft information’ about member states as an important driver of international organizations’ staffing.