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Louise Chappell
Louise Chappell
Professor politics UNSW
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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New institutionalism through a gender lens: Towards a feminist institutionalism?
F Mackay, M Kenny, L Chappell
International Political Science Review 31 (5), 573-588, 2010
5782010
Gender and the hidden life of institutions
L Chappell, G Waylen
Public administration 91 (3), 599-615, 2013
3602013
Gendering government: Feminist engagement with the state in Australia and Canada
L Chappell
UBC Press, 2003
3542003
Comparing political institutions: Revealing the gendered “logic of appropriateness”
L Chappell
Politics & Gender 2 (2), 223-235, 2006
3162006
The politics of gender justice at the International Criminal Court: legacies and legitimacy
L Chappell
Oxford University Press, 2015
1222015
The ‘femocrat’strategy: Expanding the repertoire of feminist activists
L Chappell
Parliamentary Affairs 55 (1), 85-98, 2002
1162002
Contesting women's rights: Charting the emergence of a transnational conservative counter-network
L Chappell
Global Society 20 (4), 491-520, 2006
922006
Comparative gender and institutions: Directions for research
L Chappell
Perspectives on Politics 8 (1), 183-189, 2010
872010
Designing robust and revisable policies for gender equality: Lessons from the Australian construction industry
N Galea, A Powell, M Loosemore, L Chappell
Construction management and economics 33 (5-6), 375-389, 2015
852015
Nested newness and institutional innovation: Expanding gender justice in the international criminal court
L Chappell
Gender, Politics and Institutions, 163-180, 2011
852011
Interacting with the state: Feminist strategies and political opportunities
L Chappell
International Feminist Journal of Politics 2 (2), 244-275, 2000
682000
The rise and decline of women's policy machinery in British Columbia and New South Wales: A cautionary tale
K Teghtsoonian, L Chappell
International Political Science Review 29 (1), 29-51, 2008
582008
“New,”“old,” and “nested” institutions and gender justice outcomes: A view from the international criminal court
L Chappell
Politics & Gender 10 (4), 572-594, 2014
572014
Leaving behind the age of impunity: Victims of gender violence and the promise of reparations
A Durbach, L Chappell
International Feminist Journal of Politics 16 (4), 543-562, 2014
532014
Does federalism matter? Evaluating state architecture and family and domestic violence policy in Australia and New Zealand
L Chappell, J Curtin
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 43 (1), 24-43, 2013
512013
Conflicting Institutions and the search for gender justice at the International Criminal Court
L Chappell
Political Research Quarterly 67 (1), 183-196, 2014
502014
Federalism and social policy: The case of domestic violence
L Chappell
Australian Journal of Public Administration 60 (1), 59-69, 2001
482001
The politics of human rights in Australia
L Chappell, J Chesterman, L Hill
Cambridge University Press, 2009
422009
The Politics of Women’s Interests
L Chappell, L Hill
Abingdon: Routledge, 2006
382006
What’s in a name? Mapping the terrain of informal institutions and gender politics
L Chappell, F Mackay, G Waylen
Gender and informal institutions, 23-44, 2017
312017
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