PUBLICATIONS

Book

Yildirim, Aydin (2020) Value Chains and WTO disputes: Compliance at the dispute settlement mechanism. Palgrave Macmillan (click here to access).

Journal articles

Yildirim, Aydin, Matteo Fiorini, Bernard Hoekman, and Robert Basedow (Forthcoming) “Non-trade objectives and EU trade policy: Looking beyond trade agreements”. Journal of Common Market Studies.

Yildirim, Aydin, Arlo Poletti, Tyson Chatagnier, and Dirk De Bièvre (2018), ‘The Globalization of Production and the Politics of Dispute Initiation at the World Trade Organization’. Global Policy (click here to access).

Yildirim, Aydin, Tyson Chatagnier, Arlo Poletti, and Dirk De Bièvre. (2017), ‘The internationalization of production and the politics of compliance in WTO disputes’. The Review of International Organizations (click here to access).

Yildirim, Aydin (2017), ‘Firms’ integration into value chains and compliance with adverse WTO panel rulings’. World Trade Review (click here to access).

Winner of International Studies Association (ISA) 2017 Best Graduate Student Paper for International Law

Yildirim, Aydin (2016), ‘Domestic political implications of global value chains: Explaining EU responses to litigation at the World Trade Organisation’, Comparative European Politics (click here to access).

Book chapters and research notes

Hoekman, Bernard, Matteo Fiorini, and Aydin Yildirim (2020) “COVID-19: Expanding access to essential supplies in a value chain world” in COVID-19 and Trade Policy: Why Turning Inward Won’t Work eds. Richard Baldwin & Simon Evenett. London: CEPR Press (click here to access).

Hoekman, Bernard, Matteo Fiorini, and Aydin Yildirim (2020) “COVID-19: Export controls and international cooperation”in COVID-19 and Trade Policy: Why Turning Inward Won’t Work eds. Richard Baldwin & Simon Evenett. London: CEPR Press (click here to access).

De Bièvre, Poletti, and Yildirim (2017), ‘About the melting of icebergs. Discovering political and economic determinants of dispute initiation and resolution in the WTO’ in Assessing the World Trade Organisation: Fit for Purpose? eds. Manfred Elsig, Bernard Hoekman, and Joost Pauwelyn. Cambridge University Press (click here to access).

Yildirim, Aydin (2015), ‘Value added trade, global value chains, and trade policy: renewed push for trade liberalization’, World Trade Organization, Background paper, Made in the World Initiative, January 19 (click here to access).