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Nicole Janz

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

I joined the School as an Assistant Professor in International Relations (with Quantitative Methods) in 2016. Prior to this, coming from the Social Sciences Research Methods Centre, University of Cambridge (2014-2016). I hold a PhD in Politics and International Studies from the University of Cambridge (2015).

Expertise Summary

  • human rights
  • foreign direct investment
  • corruption
  • reproducibility and research integrity

Teaching Summary

I teach introductory relations, methods and human rights.

Research Summary

Nicole Janz is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at the University of Nottingham. She publishes in the fields of comparative human rights, international organisations and… read more

Recent Publications

  • KRISHNA VADLAMANNATI, NICOLE JANZ and INDRA DE SOYSA, 2020. U.S. Multinationals and Human Rights: A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of Extractive Versus Nonextractive Sectors Business & Society. published online July 3, 2020,
  • NICOLE JANZ, JAMES ALLEN-ROBERTSON, RAJESHWARI MAJUMDAR and SHAREEN HERTEL, 2020. Big Data on BHR: Innovative Approaches to Analyzing the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Database Business & Human Rights Journal. 30 September 2020,
  • NICOLE JANZ and JEREMY FREESE, 2020. Replicate others as you would like to be replicated yourself PS: Political Science & Politics.

Current Research

Nicole Janz is an Assistant Professor in International Relations at the University of Nottingham. She publishes in the fields of comparative human rights, international organisations and international political economy.

  • KRISHNA VADLAMANNATI, NICOLE JANZ and INDRA DE SOYSA, 2020. U.S. Multinationals and Human Rights: A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of Extractive Versus Nonextractive Sectors Business & Society. published online July 3, 2020,
  • NICOLE JANZ, JAMES ALLEN-ROBERTSON, RAJESHWARI MAJUMDAR and SHAREEN HERTEL, 2020. Big Data on BHR: Innovative Approaches to Analyzing the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre Database Business & Human Rights Journal. 30 September 2020,
  • NICOLE JANZ and JEREMY FREESE, 2020. Replicate others as you would like to be replicated yourself PS: Political Science & Politics.

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