Dr John Mikler

BCom (Hons) UNSW, MIntS (Merit) Syd, PhD Syd
Senior Lecturer

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9036 9145

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Biographical details

Dr Mikler's research interests are primarily focussed on the role of transnational economic actors, particularly multinational corporations, and the interaction between them and states, international organisations and civil society. He takes a comparative institutionalist perspective to the way in which economic actors are regulated, or exercise private authority, especially in respect of the social and environmental impacts of their instrumentally-motivated actions. His previous research is on the international car industry, applying the Varieties of Capitalism Approach to analyse the actions it is/is not taking in respect of the environmental impacts of its products. He has also undertaken extensive collaborative and inter-disciplinary research on liberal capitalism and technological innovation for climate change mitigation, as well as global corporate power.

Dr Mikler has presented his work at national and international conferences, and has had his research published as working papers, book chapters, and articles in journals such as New Political Economy; Business and Politics; Policy and Society (including editing a 2011 special issue on ‘Sharing Sovereignty for Policy Outcomes’); and Regulation and Governance. In 2008, the Standing Group on Regulatory Governance of the European Consortium for Political Research awarded him its inaugural Giandomenico Majone Prize. This prize recognises outstanding research by scholars in the field of regulatory governance, see here. He has published three books: ‘Greening the Car Industry: Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change’ (Edward Elgar 2009); ‘The Handbook of Global Companies’ (Wiley-Blackwell 2013); and (with Neil Harrison) ‘Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change’ (Palgrave Macmillan 2014). He is currently writing a book on ‘The Political Power of Global Corporations’ under contract with Polity Press.

Research interests

  • International Political Economy
  • Comparative Political Economy
  • Multinational Corporations
  • Climate Change
  • Business-Government Relations
  • Private Authority
  • State Sovereignty
  • Globalisation

Teaching and supervision

Current Courses
  • GOVT2221 - Politics of International Economic Rels
  • GOVT6123 - Globalisation and Governance
  • GOVT3988 - Globalisation, Governance and the State
Past Courses
  • GOVT2440 - Globalisation and National Governance
  • GOVT2558 Government, Business and Society
  • ECOF5803 The Global Context of Business: Economic, Political and Social
  • GOVT2802 International Studies Practicum.
Invited Lectures and Seminars

Mikler, J 2012, participation in the 4th International Political Economy Workshop, Murdoch University, Australia 2-3 February.

Mikler, J & Harrison, N 2011, "Varieties of Capitalism and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation", Department of Government and International Relations Colloquium Series, University of Sydney, 31 March.

Mikler, J 2010, participation in the 3rd International Political Economy Workshop, The University of Griffith, Australia 7-8 December.

Mikler, J 2010, "Still Stalled on the Road to Neoliberal Globalisation? The Endurance of National Institutional Divergence in a Time of Tumult", Contesting Neoliberalism and its Furture Workshop, University of Sydney, 2-3 December.

Mikler, J 2010, "Markets do not Exist, States and Corporations Do", Markets and Society Research Network Symposium, The University of Sydney, 30 September - 1 October.

Mikler, J 2010, "Capitalism and Climate Change: Implications for China", World Universities Network Contemporary China Centre, online at http://www.wun.ac.uk/events/china-business-green-opportunities-capitalism-and-climate-change-implications-china, 18 November.

Mikler, J 2010, discussant for a workshop on The Hybridised State: Past, Present and Future, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, School of Social and Political Sciences, and Institute for the Social Sciences, University of Sydney, 13-14 July.

Mikler, J 2010, "The Global Car Industry, Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change", School of Political Science and International Studies Seminar Series, University of Queensland, Australia, 26 March.

Mikler, J 2009, "The Global Auto Industry: Between Corporate Responsibility and Regulation", Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, 18 August.

Mikler, J 2009, "Sharing Sovereignty for Global Regulation: The Cases of Fuel Economy and Online Gambling", Griffith University, Australia, 20 March.

Mikler, J 2009, "The Global Car Industry, Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change: The Institutional Context of Regulation in the EU, US and Japan", The Centre for International Business (CIBUL), University of Leeds, UK, 4 December.

Mikler, J 2009, "The Global Car Industry, Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change: The Institutional Context of Regulation in the EU, US and Japan", The Centre for Research on Socio Cultural Change (CRESC), University of Manchester, UK, 2 December.

Mikler, J 2009, "The Global Car Industry, Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change: The Institutional Context of Regulation in the EU, US and Japan", The Department of International Relations, Koc University, Turkey, 23 November.

Mikler, J 2009, "The Global Car Industry, Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change: The Institutional Context of Regulation in the EU, US and Japan", The Department of Politics, University of York, UK, 11 November.

Mikler, J 2009, "The Global Car Industry, Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change: The Institutional Context of Regulation in the EU, US and Japan", The London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, 4 November.

Mikler, J 2008, "Sharing Sovereignty for Effective Regulation: CO2 Emissions and the Car Industry", Regulatory Institutions Network (RegNet), The Australian National University, Australia, 30 September.

Mikler, J 2007, "Varieties of Capitalism and the Auto Industry?s Environmental Initiatives: National Institutional Explanations for Firms? Motivations", Department of Government and International Relations Colloquium Series, University of Sydney, Australia, September.

Selected grants

2013

  • The Shifting Face of Financial Power post the Global Financial Crisis in Liberal Market Economies; Mikler J; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/Research Support Scheme (FRSS).

2012

  • The Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society; McCalman I, Schlosberg D, Bashford A, Probyn E, Allon F, Giles P, Smith V, Marks P, Celermajer D, Mikler J, Chester L, Gurran N, Shrestha K, Lyster R, McManus P, Pritchard W, Neilson J, Byrne M, Wright C, de Berigny Wall C; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Mikler, J. (2009). Greening the Car Industry: Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Edited Books

  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mikler, J. (2013). The Handbook of Global Companies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Book Chapters

  • Mikler, J. (2014). (Multi?)national Corporations and the State in Established Economies. In Andreas Nolke (Eds.), Multinational Corporations from Emerging Market Economies: State Capitalism 3.0, (pp. 15-30). Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). An Introduction to Climate Innovation. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 1-18). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Conclusion: A Way Forward. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 255-274). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Corporate Investment in Climate Innovation. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 127-163). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Institutions that Influence Climate Innovation. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 19-39). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mikler, J., Voss, H. (2014). Varieties of Capitalism and US versus Chinese Corporations' Climate Change Strategies. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 215-234). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mikler, J. (2013). Global Companies as Actors in Global Policy and Governance. In John Mikler (Eds.), The Handbook of Global Companies, (pp. 1-16). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Corporations. In Pettman, Ralph (Eds.), Handbook on International Political Economy, (pp. 249-264). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Distribution of Wealth, Equitability of. In Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Studies, (pp. 421-425). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Global Commons. In Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Studies, (pp. 633-637). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Still Stalled on the Road to Neoliberal Globalisation? The Endurance of National Varieties of Capitalism. In Damien Cahill, Lindy Edwards, Frank Stilwell (Eds.), Neoliberalism: Beyond the Free Market, (pp. 131-152). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). Framing responsibility: global firms' environmental motivations. In Gavin Birch (Eds.), Water Wind Art and Debate - How environmental concerns impact on disciplinary research, (pp. 95-140). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Journals

  • Mikler, J. (2014). Neoliberal Globalization and the Rise of Private Global Regulation. International Studies Review (Print), 16(1), 119-122.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2013). Climate Innovation: Australian Corporate Perspectives on the Role of Government. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 59(3), 414-428. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2013). Global Companies and Emerging Market Economies. Global Policy, 4(2), 160-161. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2012). The Illusion of the 'Power of Markets'. Journal of Australian Political Economy.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). The price is right? The limitations of market mechanisms in encouraging low carbon mobility. Local Economy, 27(7), 722-731.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2012). Varieties of Capitalism and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation. New Political Economy, 17(2), 179-208. [More Information]
  • Beem, B., Mikler, J. (2011). National regulations for a borderless industry: US versus UK approaches to online gambling. Policy and Society, 30(3), 161-174. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2011). Plus ça Change? A Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Social Concern for the Environment. Global Society: journal of interdisciplinary international relations, 25(3), 331-352. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2011). Sharing Sovereignty for Policy Outcomes. Policy and Society, 30(3), 151-160. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2010). Apocalypse now or business as usual? Reducing the carbon emissions of the global car industry. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 3, 407-426. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2009). Why Copenhagen doesn't matter. Australian Review of Public Affairs, 2009 (September), 1-4.
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Entrepreneurial States: Reforming Corporate Governance in France, Japan and Korea - by Yves Tiberghien. Governance: an International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, 21(4), 609-612.
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Entrepreneurial States: Reforming Corporate Governance in France, Japan and Korea, Y. Tiberghien. Governance: an International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, 21(4), 609-612.
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Sharing Sovereignty for Global Regulation: the Cases of Fuel Economy and Online Gambling. Regulation and Governance, 2(4), 383-404.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). Framing Environmental Responsibility: National Variations in Corporations' Motivations. Policy and Society, 26(4), 67-104.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). Varieties of Capitalism and the Auto Industry's Environmental Initiatives: National Institutional Explanations for Firms' Motivations. Business and Politics, 9(1, Article 4), 1-38.
  • Mikler, J. (2005). Institutional Reasons for the Effect of Environmental Regulations: Passenger Car CO2 Emissions in the European Union, United States and Japan. Global Society: journal of interdisciplinary international relations, 19(4), 409-444.

Conferences

  • Mikler, J. (2013). Corporaciones (Multi?)nacionales y del Estado en las Economias Establecidas. 15th World Economy Meeting, Santander, Spain: University of Cantabria.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2013). Corporate-State Relations and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation. Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference 2013, York, UK: University of York.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2013). Varieties of Capitalism and MNCs' Climate Change Strategies in China. 53rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, United States of America.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2012). The Interaction and Co-evolution of National Institutions: Comparative Corporate-State Relations and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation. 53rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, United States of America: International Studies Association.
  • Voss, H., Mikler, J. (2011). Institutional and Vintage Influences on MNEs’ International Climate Change Strategies. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business 2011, East Lansing, Michigan, USA: Academy of International Business.
  • Mikler, J. (2011). Still Stalled on the Road to Neoliberal Globalisation: Varieties of Capitalism in a Time of Tumult. 3rd World International Studies Conference (WISC 2011). World International Studies Committee.
  • Mikler, J. (2011). The Illusion of Market Power. 2011 Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference (APSA 2011), Canberra, Australia: The Australian Political Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2010). Business as Usual or Apocalypse Now? Regulating the Car Industry's Carbon Emissions. 3rd Biennial Conference of the European Consortium on Political Research Standing Group on Regulatory Governance ECPR 2010, Spain: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J. (2009). A Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Disagregated Authority and Climate Change. ecpr 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Potsdam, Germany: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2009). A Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Incremental versus Radical Technological Change for Reducing Carbon Emissions in the US and Europe. ecpr 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Potsdam, Germany: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2009). Capitalism for Climate Change: the Varieties of Capitalism and their Abilities to Reduce Carbon Emissions. 21st International Political Science Association World Conference of Political Science IPSA 2009, Canada: International Political Science Association.
  • Beem, B., Mikler, J. (2009). National Regulations for a Borderless Industry: US versus UK Approaches to Online Gambling. ecpr 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Potsdam, Germany: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J. (2009). Society as Governance? Applying a Varieties of Capitalism Lens to Environmental Concerns. World Civic Forum - WCF 2009.
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Domestic Liberalisation as Global Regulation: the Cases of Fuel Economy and Online Gambling Regulations. Second Biennial Conference of the European Consortium on Political Research Standing Group on Regulatory Governance ECPR 2008, The Netherlands: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Beem, B., Mikler, J. (2008). Regulating the digital commons: US and UK approaches to on-line gambling. 49th International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). National Interests in Multinational Corporations' Codes of Conduct. 48th Annual International Studies Association Convention 2007, Tucsin, Arizona: International Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2006). What Motivates the International Car Industry on the Environment? An Analysis of National Material and Normative Differences. 5th Global Conference on Business and Economics (GCBE 2006), United Kingdom: International Journal of Business Economics (IJBE), Assoc for Business & Economics Research (ABER).
  • Mikler, J. (2005). Post Material Values? Conflicting Evidence on the Role of Social Attitudes in Germany, the US and Japan, focussing on the Market for Passenger Cars. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference (APSA 2005), University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand: Australasian Political Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2004). The International Car Industry And Environmental Sustainability: Moving Beyond Green-Washing? Sustainability and Social Science Round Table, Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO.
  • Mikler, J. (2004). The Regulatory Environment For Motor Vehicle CO2 Emissions In The EU, US And Japan: Institutional Reasons For Normative Change. Fifth-Pan European International Relations Conference 'Constructing World Orders'. Taylor and Francis.
  • Mikler, J. (2003). Multinational corporations and global environment governance - a research agenda focussing on the international car industry. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2003, Australia: University of Tasmania.

2014

  • Mikler, J. (2014). (Multi?)national Corporations and the State in Established Economies. In Andreas Nolke (Eds.), Multinational Corporations from Emerging Market Economies: State Capitalism 3.0, (pp. 15-30). Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). An Introduction to Climate Innovation. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 1-18). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Conclusion: A Way Forward. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 255-274). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Corporate Investment in Climate Innovation. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 127-163). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Harrison, N., Mikler, J. (2014). Institutions that Influence Climate Innovation. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 19-39). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Mikler, J. (2014). Neoliberal Globalization and the Rise of Private Global Regulation. International Studies Review (Print), 16(1), 119-122.
  • Mikler, J., Voss, H. (2014). Varieties of Capitalism and US versus Chinese Corporations' Climate Change Strategies. In Neil E. Harrison and John Mikler (Eds.), Climate Innovation: Liberal Capitalism and Climate Change, (pp. 215-234). Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

2013

  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2013). Climate Innovation: Australian Corporate Perspectives on the Role of Government. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 59(3), 414-428. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2013). Corporaciones (Multi?)nacionales y del Estado en las Economias Establecidas. 15th World Economy Meeting, Santander, Spain: University of Cantabria.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2013). Corporate-State Relations and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation. Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference 2013, York, UK: University of York.
  • Mikler, J. (2013). Global Companies and Emerging Market Economies. Global Policy, 4(2), 160-161. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2013). Global Companies as Actors in Global Policy and Governance. In John Mikler (Eds.), The Handbook of Global Companies, (pp. 1-16). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Mikler, J. (2013). The Handbook of Global Companies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2013). Varieties of Capitalism and MNCs' Climate Change Strategies in China. 53rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, United States of America.

2012

  • Mikler, J. (2012). Corporations. In Pettman, Ralph (Eds.), Handbook on International Political Economy, (pp. 249-264). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Distribution of Wealth, Equitability of. In Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Studies, (pp. 421-425). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Global Commons. In Helmut K. Anheier and Mark Juergensmeyer (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Global Studies, (pp. 633-637). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). Still Stalled on the Road to Neoliberal Globalisation? The Endurance of National Varieties of Capitalism. In Damien Cahill, Lindy Edwards, Frank Stilwell (Eds.), Neoliberalism: Beyond the Free Market, (pp. 131-152). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). The Illusion of the 'Power of Markets'. Journal of Australian Political Economy.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2012). The Interaction and Co-evolution of National Institutions: Comparative Corporate-State Relations and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation. 53rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, United States of America: International Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2012). The price is right? The limitations of market mechanisms in encouraging low carbon mobility. Local Economy, 27(7), 722-731.
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2012). Varieties of Capitalism and Technological Innovation for Climate Change Mitigation. New Political Economy, 17(2), 179-208. [More Information]

2011

  • Voss, H., Mikler, J. (2011). Institutional and Vintage Influences on MNEs’ International Climate Change Strategies. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business 2011, East Lansing, Michigan, USA: Academy of International Business.
  • Beem, B., Mikler, J. (2011). National regulations for a borderless industry: US versus UK approaches to online gambling. Policy and Society, 30(3), 161-174. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2011). Plus ça Change? A Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Social Concern for the Environment. Global Society: journal of interdisciplinary international relations, 25(3), 331-352. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2011). Sharing Sovereignty for Policy Outcomes. Policy and Society, 30(3), 151-160. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2011). Still Stalled on the Road to Neoliberal Globalisation: Varieties of Capitalism in a Time of Tumult. 3rd World International Studies Conference (WISC 2011). World International Studies Committee.
  • Mikler, J. (2011). The Illusion of Market Power. 2011 Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference (APSA 2011), Canberra, Australia: The Australian Political Studies Association.

2010

  • Mikler, J. (2010). Apocalypse now or business as usual? Reducing the carbon emissions of the global car industry. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 3, 407-426. [More Information]
  • Mikler, J. (2010). Business as Usual or Apocalypse Now? Regulating the Car Industry's Carbon Emissions. 3rd Biennial Conference of the European Consortium on Political Research Standing Group on Regulatory Governance ECPR 2010, Spain: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).

2009

  • Mikler, J. (2009). A Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Disagregated Authority and Climate Change. ecpr 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Potsdam, Germany: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2009). A Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Incremental versus Radical Technological Change for Reducing Carbon Emissions in the US and Europe. ecpr 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Potsdam, Germany: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J., Harrison, N. (2009). Capitalism for Climate Change: the Varieties of Capitalism and their Abilities to Reduce Carbon Emissions. 21st International Political Science Association World Conference of Political Science IPSA 2009, Canada: International Political Science Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2009). Greening the Car Industry: Varieties of Capitalism and Climate Change. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Beem, B., Mikler, J. (2009). National Regulations for a Borderless Industry: US versus UK Approaches to Online Gambling. ecpr 5th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research, Potsdam, Germany: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J. (2009). Society as Governance? Applying a Varieties of Capitalism Lens to Environmental Concerns. World Civic Forum - WCF 2009.
  • Mikler, J. (2009). Why Copenhagen doesn't matter. Australian Review of Public Affairs, 2009 (September), 1-4.

2008

  • Mikler, J. (2008). Domestic Liberalisation as Global Regulation: the Cases of Fuel Economy and Online Gambling Regulations. Second Biennial Conference of the European Consortium on Political Research Standing Group on Regulatory Governance ECPR 2008, The Netherlands: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR).
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Entrepreneurial States: Reforming Corporate Governance in France, Japan and Korea - by Yves Tiberghien. Governance: an International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, 21(4), 609-612.
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Entrepreneurial States: Reforming Corporate Governance in France, Japan and Korea, Y. Tiberghien. Governance: an International Journal of Policy, Administration and Institutions, 21(4), 609-612.
  • Beem, B., Mikler, J. (2008). Regulating the digital commons: US and UK approaches to on-line gambling. 49th International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2008). Sharing Sovereignty for Global Regulation: the Cases of Fuel Economy and Online Gambling. Regulation and Governance, 2(4), 383-404.

2007

  • Mikler, J. (2007). Framing Environmental Responsibility: National Variations in Corporations' Motivations. Policy and Society, 26(4), 67-104.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). Framing responsibility: global firms' environmental motivations. In Gavin Birch (Eds.), Water Wind Art and Debate - How environmental concerns impact on disciplinary research, (pp. 95-140). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). National Interests in Multinational Corporations' Codes of Conduct. 48th Annual International Studies Association Convention 2007, Tucsin, Arizona: International Studies Association.
  • Mikler, J. (2007). Varieties of Capitalism and the Auto Industry's Environmental Initiatives: National Institutional Explanations for Firms' Motivations. Business and Politics, 9(1, Article 4), 1-38.

2006

  • Mikler, J. (2006). What Motivates the International Car Industry on the Environment? An Analysis of National Material and Normative Differences. 5th Global Conference on Business and Economics (GCBE 2006), United Kingdom: International Journal of Business Economics (IJBE), Assoc for Business & Economics Research (ABER).

2005

  • Mikler, J. (2005). Institutional Reasons for the Effect of Environmental Regulations: Passenger Car CO2 Emissions in the European Union, United States and Japan. Global Society: journal of interdisciplinary international relations, 19(4), 409-444.
  • Mikler, J. (2005). Post Material Values? Conflicting Evidence on the Role of Social Attitudes in Germany, the US and Japan, focussing on the Market for Passenger Cars. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference (APSA 2005), University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand: Australasian Political Studies Association.

2004

  • Mikler, J. (2004). The International Car Industry And Environmental Sustainability: Moving Beyond Green-Washing? Sustainability and Social Science Round Table, Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO.
  • Mikler, J. (2004). The Regulatory Environment For Motor Vehicle CO2 Emissions In The EU, US And Japan: Institutional Reasons For Normative Change. Fifth-Pan European International Relations Conference 'Constructing World Orders'. Taylor and Francis.

2003

  • Mikler, J. (2003). Multinational corporations and global environment governance - a research agenda focussing on the international car industry. Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2003, Australia: University of Tasmania.

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