Joseph Conti
Joseph Conti
Associate Professor of Sociology and Law, Center for European Studies, University of Wisconsin
Verified email at ssc.wisc.edu
TitleCited byYear
Anticipating the perceived risk of nanotechnologies
T Satterfield, M Kandlikar, CEH Beaudrie, J Conti, BH Harthorn
Nature nanotechnology 4 (11), 752, 2009
2122009
Studying power: Qualitative methods and the global elite
JA Conti, M O’Neil
Qualitative Research 7 (1), 63-82, 2007
1862007
Nanotoxicology: characterizing the scientific literature, 2000–2007
AD Ostrowski, T Martin, J Conti, I Hurt, BH Harthorn
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 11 (2), 251-257, 2009
1172009
Health and safety practices in the nanomaterials workplace: results from an international survey
JA Conti, K Killpack, G Gerritzen, L Huang, M Mircheva, M Delmas, ...
Environmental science & technology 42 (9), 3155-3162, 2008
1012008
Vulnerability and social justice as factors in emergent US nanotechnology risk perceptions
J Conti, T Satterfield, BH Harthorn
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 31 (11), 1734-1748, 2011
472011
Learning to dispute: repeat participation, expertise, and reputation at the World Trade Organization
JA Conti
Law & Social Inquiry 35 (3), 625-662, 2010
362010
Understanding shifting perceptions of nanotechnologies and their implications for policy dialogues about emerging technologies
T Satterfield, J Conti, BH Harthorn, N Pidgeon, A Pitts
Science and Public Policy 40 (2), 247-260, 2012
302012
The good case: decisions to litigate at the world trade organization
JA Conti
Law & Society Review 42 (1), 145-182, 2008
292008
Between law and diplomacy: The social contexts of disputing at the world trade organization
J Conti
Stanford University Press, 2010
272010
Producing legitimacy at the World Trade Organization: the role of expertise and legal capacity
JA Conti
Socio-Economic Review 8 (1), 131-155, 2009
182009
A review of current practices in the nanotechnology industry
G Gerritzen, LC Huang, K Killpack, M Mircheva, J Conti
International Council on Nanotechnology (ICON), 2006
132006
A Review of Current Practices in the Nanotechnology Industry, Phase Two Report: Survey of Current Practices in The Nanotechnology Workplace
G Gerritzen, LC Huang, K Killpack, M Mircheva, J Conti, P Holden
Icon and University of California, 2006
102006
Legitimacy Chains: Legitimation of Compliance with International Courts Across Social Fields
JA Conti
Law & Society Review 50 (1), 154-188, 2016
82016
Power through process: disputing at the World Trade Organization
JA Conti
ProQuest, 2008
22008
The Good Case Revisited: Decisions to Litigate at the World Trade Organization
J Conti
Retrieved December 20, 2006, 2006
12006
Transnational Legal Orders
J Conti
Contemporary Sociology 45 (6), 745-747, 2016
2016
Expertise through experience: Inequality and legitimacy in the juridification of international trade disputing 1
J Conti
Expert Knowledge in Global Trade, 85-106, 2015
2015
学会处理争议: 反复参与, 专业知识以及在世界贸易组织的声誉
约瑟夫, 孔蒂JosephA, 何妍
交大法学, 142-165, 2014
2014
The End of Territoriality?: The Impact of ECJ Rulings on British, German and French Social Policy
JA Conti
Contemporary Sociology 40 (1), 70-71, 2011
2011
Remaking US Trade Policy: From Protectionism to Globalization
JA Conti
Contemporary Sociology 37 (6), 574, 2008
2008
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