Jessica F. Green


Woodrow Wilson School, PhD candidate

Graduate Associates

Jessica Green is a doctoral candidate in the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University. Her interests lie in the intersection of international law and international relations, and focus on the role of private actors in international rulemaking. She participated in a project on Global Administrative Law organized by New York University School of Law, in which she examined the role of private firms in the implementation of the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol. The study has been published in The Journal of International Law and International Relations (Vol. 4, no. 2, 2008). Her CV and recent publications are available at her website. Before coming to Princeton, Green was a Research Associate at United Nations University, Institute of Advanced Studies in Tokyo and New York. She is co-editor of Reforming International Environmental Governance (UNU Press 2005) and The Politics of Participation (UNU Press 2006).