Norrlof, Carla. America’s Global Advantage: US Hegemony and International Cooperation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
REFEREED ARTICLES/BOOK CHAPTERS
Norrlof, Carla. Hegemony and Beyond: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations of Hegemony. In William R. Thompson (ed.) Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017
Luterbacher, Urs, Carla Norrlof and Jorge Vinuales. Environmental Protection, Differentiated Reponsibility and World Trade: Making Room for Climate Action. In Urs Luterbacher and Detlef Sprinz (eds.) The Evolving Climate Regime. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2017
Norrlof, Carla and William C. Wohlforth. Is US Grand Strategy Self-Defeating? Deep Engagement, Military Spending and Sovereign Debt. Conflict Management and Peace Science , 2016
Norrlof, Carla. Hegemony. Oxford Bibliographies, New York: Oxford University Press, 2015
Norrlof, Carla and Simon Reich. American and Chinese Leadership during the Global Financial Crisis. IASR (Special Issue: Power transition theory and the rise of China), 18(3), 2015: 227-250
Norrlof, Carla. In Alan Cafruny and Herman Schwartz (eds.) Hegemony and Leadership in the International Political Economy. Advances in International Political Economy Volume 19. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner. forthcoming
Norrlof, Carla. Dollar Hegemony: A Power Analysis. Review of International Political Economy (RIPE Focus Issue), 2014: 21(5), 2014: 1042-1070
Maass, Richard W., Carla Norrlof and Daniel W. Drezner. The Profitability of Primacy. International Security 38(4), Spring 2014: 188–205
Norrlof, Carla. Key Currency Competition. Cooperation & Conflict. 44(4), Winter 2009: 1-23
Norrlof, Carla. Strategic Debt.. Canadian Journal of Political Science 41(2), Summer 2008: 1-25.
Luterbacher, Urs and Norrlof, Carla. The Organization of World Trade and the Climate Regime. In Urs Luterbacher and Detlef Sprinz. International Relations and Global Climate Change . Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2001.
Luterbacher, Urs and Norrlof, Carla. The New Political Economy of Trading and Its Institutional Consequences. International Political Science Review. 20(4), 1999: 341-58
Norrlof, Carla. America-first ideology will trigger American decline.* The Globe and Mail. November 14, 2016
*cited in The Wall Street Journal From Rome’s Reign to ‘Pax Americana’.
Norrlof, Carla and William C. Wohlforth. Trump says we can reduce the debt by making U.S. allies pay for military protection. That’s mostly wrong. The Washington Post, The Monkey Cage. November 3, 2016
WORK IN PROGRESS
Working Paper Currency Internationalization
Working Paper Global Imbalances & Financial Hegemony