Recognized as a study group since 1983.



David A. Baldwin, Power and International Relations. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016.

Mark Haugaard and Kevin Ryan Eds) (2012) Political Power: The Development of the Field, Barbara Budrich Publishers. Part of the IPSA World of Political Science series, this book by members of RC36 contains contributions by Cerny, Phillip G.; Clegg, Stewart; Gledhill, John; Hall, John; Haugaard, Mark; Malesevic, Sinisa; Ryan, Kevin; and Vickers, Jill. The book is intended as a broad survey of power within the sub-disciplines of politics and has chapters on power in the following subject areas: Social and Political Theory; Political Anthropology; Organizational Power; Gendering Power; Political Sociology; and International Relations.

Keith Dowding (2011) The Encylopedia of Power, Sage: London.

Stewart Clegg and Mark Haugaard (2009) The Sage Handbook of Power, London: Sage.

Mark Haugaard and Howard Lentner (eds) (2006) Hegemony and Power: Consensus and Coercion in Contemporary Politics, Lexington: Lanham, MD.

Stewart Clegg, David Courpasson and Nelson Phillips (2006)Power and Organizations, Sage: London.

Mark Haugaard, Henri Goverde, Philip Cerny and Howard Lentner (eds) (2000) Power in the Contemporary Politics: Theories, Practices, Globalizations, Sage: London.


Stewart Clegg and Mark Hagaard (ed.s) Power and Organizations: The Classic Debates. 4 vols., Sage London.

Mark Haugaard and Stewart Clegg (ed.s) Power in Politics: The Classic Debates. 4 vol.s, London: Sage.

David A. Baldwin and Mark Haugaard, eds. Robert A. Dahl: An Unended Quest. New York: Routledge.

Mathilde Chatin and Giulio M Gallarotti, eds.
The BRICS and Soft Power. Special Issue of the Journal of Political Power

Mathilde Chatin and Giulio M Gallarotti, eds.
The BRICS and Soft Power. London, Rouledge.

Updated by Giulio Gallarotti August 16, 2016