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Harrison, James and Sekalala, Sharifah. (2015) Addressing the compliance gap? UN initiatives to benchmark the human rights performance of states and corporations. Review of International Studies, 41 (5). pp. 925-945. ISSN 0260-2105
Campling , Liam, Harrison, James, Richardson, Ben and Smith, Adrian. (2015) Working beyond the border? : a new research agenda for the Evaluation of Labour Standards in EU trade agreements. International Labour Review . ISSN 0020-7780 (In Press)
Harrison, James (2014) The foodbank dilemma. Lacuna Magazine .
Campling, Liam, Harrison, James, Richardson, Ben and Smith, Adrian (2014) Working beyond the border? A new research agenda for the evaluation of labour standards in EU trade agreements. Working Paper. Coventry: University of Warwick. Warwick School of Law Research Paper (Number 2014/03).
Harrison, James. (2014) The case for investigative legal pluralism in international economic law linkage debates : a strategy for enhancing the value of international legal discourse. London Review of International Law, 2 (1). pp. 115-145. ISSN 2050-6325
Byrom, Natalie, Flynn, Asher, Harrison, James and Hodgson, Jacqueline (2014) Access to justice : a comparative analysis of cuts to legal aid. Warwick Law School, University of Warwick..
Brassett, James, Harrison, James, MacDonald, Malcolm, Rethel, Lena and Scholte, Jan Aart (2013) Global rules, local rulers. Coventry, United Kingdom: University of Warwick..
Harrison, James. (2013) Establishing a meaningful human rights due diligence process for corporations : learning from experience of human rights impact assessment. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Volume 31 (Number 2). pp. 107-117. ISSN 1461-5517
Harrison, James and Stephenson, Mary-Ann (2013) Assessing the impact of the public spending cuts : taking human rights and equality seriously. In: Nolan, Aoife and O'Connell, Rory and Harvey, Colin J., (eds.) Human rights and public finance : budgets and the promotion of economic and social rights. Oxford ; Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781841130118
Sandhu, Kalwinder, Stephenson, Mary-Ann and Harrison, James (2013) Layers of inequality : a human rights and equality impact assessment of the public spending cuts on women in Coventry. Coventry, UK: Coventry Women’s Voices, Coventry Ethnic Minority Action Partnership ; Women’s Training and the Centre for Human Rights in Practice..
Harrison, James (2013) Trade agreements, intellectual property and access to essential medicines : what future role for the right to health? In: Aginam, Obijiofor and Harrington, John and K Yu, Peter , (eds.) The global governance of HIV/AIDS : intellectual property and access to essential medicines. Elgar intellectual property and global development . Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781849804905
Harrison, James (2012) An evaluation of the institutionalisation of corporate human rights due diligence. Working Paper. Coventry: University of Warwick. Warwick School of Law Research Paper (Number 2012/18).
Stephenson, M. A., Harrison, James and Stewart, Ann (2012) Getting off Lightly or feeling the pinch? A human rights and equality impact assessment of the public spending cuts on older women in Coventry. University of Warwick: Centre for Human Rights in Practice, School of Law ..
Stephenson, Mary-Ann and Harrison, James (2011) Unravelling equality : the impact of the United Kingdom's spending cuts on women. Political Quarterly, Vol.82 (No.4). pp. 645-650. ISSN 0032-3179
Harrison, James. (2011) Human rights measurement : reflections on the current practice and future potential of human rights impact assessment. Journal of Human Rights Practice, Vol.3 (No.2). pp. 162-187. ISSN 1757-9619
Harrison, James and Stevenson, Mary-Ann (2011) Assessing the impact of the public spending cuts : taking human rights and equality seriously. Working Paper. Coventry: University of Warwick. Warwick School of Law Research Paper (Number 2011/07).
Stephenson, Mary-Ann and Harrison, James (2011) Unravelling equality? A human rights and equality impact assessment of the public spending cuts on women in Coventry. Centre for Human Rights in Practice ; University of Warwick ; Coventry Women's Voices..
Harrison, James (2010) Climate change : the global, the national and the individual and why individual action matters. In: Probert, Rebecca, (ed.) Optimistic objectives : proceedings of the 2010 symposium organised by Warwick University Law School and Soroptimist International of Kenilworth & District. Kenilworth: Takeaway. ISBN 9780956384720
Harrison, James and Stephenson, Mary-Ann (2010) Human Rights Impact Assessment : review of practice & guidance for future assessments. Scottish Human Rights Commission..
Harrison, James (2010) Human rights and transnational corporations : establishing meaningful international obligations. In: Faundez, Julio and Tan, Celine, (eds.) International economic law, globalization and developing countries. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781848441132
Harrison, James (2010) Measuring human rights : reflections on the practice of human rights impact assessment and lessons for the future. Working Paper. Coventry, UK: University of Warwick. Warwick School of Law Research Paper, 2010 (26).
Harrison, James (2010) Reflections on linkage debates : a case study of trade and climate change. In: Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), Second Biennial Global Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 8-10 Jul 2010
Harrison, James (2009) Conducting a human rights impact assessment of the Canada-Columbia free trade agreement : key issues. CCIC..
Harrison, James (2009) Human rights arguments in amicus curiae submissions : promoting social justice? In: Dupuy, P. M. and Francioni, F. and Petersmann, E. U. , (eds.) Human rights in international investment law and arbitration. International economic law series (Oxford, England) . Oxford : Oxford University Press, pp. 396-421. ISBN 9780199578184
Harrison, James and Goller, Alessa. (2008) Trade and human rights : what does 'impact assessment' have to offer? Human Rights Law Review, Vol.8 (No.4). pp. 587-615. ISSN 1461-7781
Harrison, James (2007) The human rights impact of the World Trade Organisation. Studies in international trade law, 10 . Oxford : Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781841136936
Harrison, James (2005) Human Rights and World Trade Agreements : using general exception Clauses to protect Human Rights. New York: Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights..
Harrison, James (2005) Government assistance to promote socially responsible consumption and finance systems within the member states of the Council of Europe. In: Solidarity-based choices in the market-place: a vital contribution to social cohesion. Trends in social cohesion, 14 . Strasbourg: Council of Europe, pp. 117-143. ISBN 9789287157614
Harrison, James. (2005) Incentives for development : the EC's generalised system of preferences, India's WTO challenge and proposals for reform. Common Market Law Review, 42 . pp. 1663-1689. ISSN 0165-0750
Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich and Harrison, James (2005) Reforming the world trading system : legitimacy, efficiency, and democratic governance. International economic law series (Oxford, England) . Oxford : Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199282623
Harrison, James (2004) Proposals for government assistance of the solidarity based economy. In: Ethical, solidarity-based citizen involvement in the economy: a prerequisite for social cohesion. Trends in social cohesion, 12 . Strasbourg: Council of Europe, pp. 79-88. ISBN 9789287155580
Harrison, James (2003) Committed citizenship in the social economy : what future for ethical finance, fair trade and responsible consumption? Working Paper. Council of Europe. DGIII/DCS, 26 .
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