Andrea Mitchell University Professor in Law, Political Science and Business Ethics
Simmons is best known for her research on international political economy during the interwar years, policy diffusion globally, and her work demonstrating the influence that international law has on human rights outcomes around the world. Two of her books, Who Adjusts? Domestic Sources of Foreign Economic Policy During the Interwar Years (1994) and Mobilizing for Human Rights: International Law in Domestic Politics (2009) won the American Political Science Association’s Woodrow Wilson Award for the best book published in the United States on government, politics, or international affairs.
HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, 2nd ed. (with Walter Carlsnaes & Thomas Risse, eds., Sage 2012).
MOBILIZING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: INTERNATIONAL LAW IN DOMESTIC POLITICS (Cambridge 2009).
THE GLOBAL DIFFUSION OF MARKETS AND DEMOCRACY (ed. with Frank Dobbin & Geoffrey Garrett, Cambridge 2008).
INTERNATIONAL LAW, 6 vols. (ed., Sage 2008).
WHO ADJUSTS? DOMESTIC SOURCES OF FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY DURING THE INTERWAR YEARS (Princeton 1994).
Articles and Book Chapters
The Future of the Human Rights Movement, 28 ETHICS & INT'L AFFAIRS 183 (2014).
Bargaining over BITs, Arbitrating Awards: The Regime for Protection and Promotion of International Investment, 66 WORLD POL. 12 (2014).
Reflections on Mobilizing for Human Rights, 44 J. INT'L L. & POL. 729 (2012).
Credible Commitments and the International Criminal Court, 64 INT'L ORG. 225 (2010) (with Allison Danner).
More publications can be found here.
Harvard University – Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs, Harvard University (2006-16); Director, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (2006-13); Professor of Government (2002-06);
UC Berkeley – Associate Professor of Political Science (1996–2002)
Council of Foreign Relations Foreign Affairs Fellow, International Monetary Fund, (1995-96)
Duke University – Assistant Professor of Political Science (1991-96)