Madison Cartwright
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Internationalising state power through the internet: Google, Huawei and geopolitical struggle
M Cartwright
Internet Policy Review 9 (3), 2020
162020
Who cares about Reddit? Historical institutionalism and the fight against the Stop Online Piracy Act and the PROTECT Intellectual Property Act
M Cartwright
Policy Studies 39 (4), 383-401, 2018
72018
Historical institutionalism and technological change: the case of Uber
M Cartwright
Business and Politics 23 (1), 67-90, 2021
32021
Arrested Development, Netflix, and Geoblocking
M Cartwright
Choice, 2013
32013
Business conflict and international law: The political economy of copyright in the United States
M Cartwright
Regulation & Governance 15 (1), 152-167, 2021
22021
Preferential trade agreements and power asymmetries: the case of technological protection measures in Australia
M Cartwright
The Pacific Review 32 (3), 313-335, 2019
22019
Global Corporations as Agents of Institutional Hybridization: Ford and Volkswagen’s Management-Labor Relations in South Africa
J Mikler, M Cartwright
Corporate Actors in Global Governance: Business as Usual or New Deal, 27-50, 2019
2*2019
Agency in Institutional Context: Utilitarian Copyright and Technological Disruption
M Cartwright
International Journal of Public Administration 44 (1), 30-38, 2021
2021
The US and EU’s intellectual property initiatives in Asia: Competition, coordination or replication?
JF Morin, M Cartwright
Global Policy 11 (5), 557-568, 2020
2020
Preferential trade agreements and power asymmetries: implications for domestic public policy
M Cartwright
2019
State, market, and corporate power in the international political economy: The case of copyright standard setting by the united states, 1980 to today
MK Cartwright
University of Sydney, 2018
2018
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