Author profile: Benjamin Faude and Michal Parizek

Dr. Benjamin Faude is LSE Fellow in Global Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Before coming to LSE, he was Senior Research Fellow for the Global Governance Unit at the WZB Berlin Social Science Centre and he taught at the University of Bamberg, at Free University Berlin, and at Charles University in Prague. Dr. Faude also held visiting positions at the University of California at Berkeley and the Vrije Universiteit Brussels. His research focuses on the implications of institutional complexity on global governance. It has been published in International Studies Quarterly, The Review of International Organizations, International Theory, Global Policy, Global Constitutionalism, Global Governance, Global Environmental Politics, Politische Vierteljahresschrift and Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen. He is the author of Von Konkurrenz zu Arbeitsteilung: Komplexität und Dynamik im Zusammenspiel internationaler Institutionen (Campus, 2015).


Dr. Michal Parizek is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Charles University, Prague. His research focuses on international organizations, their internal operations, including the role of the staff, and their performance. His texts were recently published, among others, in The Review of International Organizations, New Political Economy, World Trade Review, Comparative European Politics, and Global Policy. He is the author of Negotiations in the World Trade Organization: Design and Performance (Routledge, 2020).

Contested Multilateralism as Credible Signalling: Why the AIIB Cooperates with the World Bank

Benjamin Faude and Michal Parizek • Sep 24 2020 • Articles

Rising powers’ dissatisfaction with the institutional order has led them to set up new institutions which overlap with legacy institutions.

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