James Igoe Walsh. The International Politics of Intelligence Sharing. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.
Named "Choice Outstanding Academic Title" for 2010.
Reviewed in: International Studies Review, Journal of Common Market Studies , Perspectives on Politics, Studies in Intelligence, Military Review Political Science Quarterly.
James Igoe Walsh. European Monetary Integration and Domestic Politics. Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2000.
Read chapter 2, chapter 3, chapter 6. Reviewed in Foreign Affairs, European Union Studies Association Review.
Articles and ChaptersMegan Smith and James Igoe Walsh. Forthcoming. Do Drone Strikes Degrade al Qaeda? Evidence from Propaganda Output. Terrorism and Political Violence.
James A. Piazza and James Igoe Walsh. Terrorism and Human Rights: Editors' Introduction. PS:Political Science and Politics (2010), pp. 407-409.
James A. Piazza and James Igoe Walsh. Physical Integrity Rights and Terrorism. PS: Political Science and Politics (2010), pp. 411-414.
James Igoe Walsh and James A. Piazza. Why Respecting Physical Integrity Rights Reduces Terrorism. Comparative Political Studies 43:3 (2010), pp. 551-577.
James Igoe Walsh. Media Attention to Terrorist Attacks: Causes and Consequences. Institute for Homeland Security Solutions Research Brief, December 2010.
James Igoe Walsh. Intelligence Sharing and United States Counter-Terrorism Policy. In Emerging Transnational Security Governance, ed. Ersel Aydinli (New York: Routledge, 2010).
James A. Piazza and James Igoe Walsh. Transnational Terrorism and Human Rights. International Studies Quarterly 53: 1 (March 2009).
James Igoe Walsh. Intelligence Sharing for Counter-Insurgency. Defense and Security Analysis 24:3 (2008): 281-301.
James Igoe Walsh. How and Why Britain Might Join the Single Currency. Review of International Political Economy 14:5 (2007): 868-892.
James Igoe Walsh. Do States Play Signaling Games? Cooperation and Conflict 42:4 (2007): 441-459.
James Igoe Walsh. Defection and Hierarchy in International Intelligence Sharing. Journal of Public Policy 27:2 (2007): 151-181.
James IgoeWalsh. Institutions Are Not Enough: Intelligence Sharing in the European Union. Journal of Common Market Studies 44:3 (2006): 625-643.
James Igoe Walsh. Policy Failure and Policy Change. Comparative Political Studies 39:4 (2006): 490-518.
James Igoe Walsh. Persuasion in International Politics: A Rationalist Account. Politics and Policy 33:4 (2005).
James IgoeWalsh. Capital Mobility, Domestic Politics, and French Monetary Diplomacy. Review of Policy Research 19:1 (2002): 80-106.
James Igoe Walsh. National Preferences and International Institutions: Evidence from European Monetary Integration. International Studies Quarterly 45:1 (2001).
James IgoeWalsh. When Do Ideas Matter? Explaining the Successes and Failures of Thatcherite Ideas. Comparative Political Studies 31:4 (My 2000): 483-516.
James Igoe Walsh. Mixed Signals: Britain and the Franco-German Relationship. In France-Germany in the Twenty-First Century, ed. Patrick McCarthy. New York: Palgrave, 2000.
James IgoeWalsh. Political Bases of Macroeconomic Adjustment: Evidence from the Italian Experience. Journal of European Public Policy 6:1 (1999): 66-84.
James Igoe Walsh. The Uncertain Path to Monetary Union. In Italian Politics: Mapping the Future, ed. Martin Rhodes and Luciano Bardi (Boulder: Westview, 1998). Also published as L’incerto cammino verso l’Unione monetaria, Politica in Italia, ed. Martin Rhodes and Luciano Bardi (Bologna: Il Mulino, 1998.
James Igoe Walsh. Politics and Exchange Rates: Britain, France, Italy, and the Negotiation of the European Monetary System. Journal of Public Policy 14:3 (1995): 345-69.
James Igoe Walsh. International Constraints and Domestic Choices: Economic Convergence and Exchange Rate Policy in France and Italy. Political Studies 42:2 (1994): 243-58.