Banning them, Securing us? The Politics of Proscription. Manchester University Press (with Lee Jarvis, forthcoming)

The Proscription of Terrorist Organisations: Modern Blacklisting in Global Perspective. Routledge: Abingdon. (with Lee Jarvis, 2019)

Emergency Policy: Global Influences on National Crisis Management. Routledge: Abingdon. (with McConnell, A., eds. 2013.)

Edited special issues

Legrand, T. & Jarvis, L. 2018. Special issue on Proscription. Terrorism and Political Violence 30(2).

Fawcett, P. Legrand, T., Lewis, J., O’Sullivan, S. 2018. Power, public policy and boundary-making. Australian Journal of Political Science 53(4). 

Ross, A., Roux, C, Legrand, T. & Ribaux, O. 2014. Special Issue on Forensic Intelligence: Australian Journal of Forensic Science. 47(1).

Journal Articles

2018. Governance, Public Policy and Boundary-Making. Australian Journal of Political Science. (With Paul Fawcett, Jenny Lewis, and Siobhan O’Sullivan)

2018. ‘‘More symbolic - more political - than substantive’: An Interview with James R. Clapper on the US Designation of Foreign Terrorist Organizations’. Terrorism and Political Violence.

2018. ‘The Proscription or Listing of Terrorist Organisations: Understanding, assessment, and international comparisons’. Terrorism and Political Violence (with Lee Jarvis)

2018 Science Diplomacy and Transnational Governance Impact. British Politics. 13(3), 392–408 (with Diane Stone)

Governing Global Policy: What IPE Can Learn from Public Policy? Policy & Society (with Diane Stone) (invited for Special Issue 2019)

2017. Preaching to the converted: Parliament and the Proscription Ritual, Political Studies. (with Lee Jarvis)

2017. ‘‘I am somewhat puzzled’: Questions, audiences and securitization in the proscription of terrorist organizations. Security Dialogue, 48(2), 149-167 (with Lee Jarvis)

- Selected for inclusion in special collection, ‘Securitization Theory: 20 years in Security Dialogue’, edited by Mark B Salter (2018).

2017. Counterterrorism policy in liberal-democratic societies: locating the ethical limits of national security. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 71(5), 544-561. (with Adam Henschke).

2016. Legislating for Otherness: Proscription Powers and Parliamentary Discourse. Review of International Studies. 42(03), 558-574 (with Lee Jarvis)

2016. Elite, Exclusive and Elusive: Transgovernmental Policy Networks and Iterative Policy Transfer in the Anglosphere. Policy Studies 37(5), 440–455.

2015. Transgovernmental Policy Networks in the Anglosphere. Public Administration.

2015. Policing the G20 Protests: ‘Too Much Order With Too Little Law’ Revisited, The Queensland Review. 22(1), 3–12. (with S. Bronitt)

2015. The Landscape of Forensic Intelligence Research, Australian Journal of Forensic Science. 47(1), 16–26. (with L. Vogel)

2014. Enemies of the State: Proscription Powers and Their Use in the United Kingdom. British Politics, 9(4), 450–471. (with L. Jarvis)

2014. Framing the Policy Analysis of OECD and Australian VET Interaction: Two Heuristics of Policy Transfer. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research & Practice, 16(3), 230–248. (with C. Vas)

2012. The Merry Mandarins Of Windsor: Policy Transfer and Transgovernmental Networks in the Anglosphere. Policy Studies, 33(6), 523–540.

2012. Overseas and Over Here: Evidence-based Pathways of Policy Transfer. Policy Studies, 33(4), 329–348.

2005. Women in the Political Science Profession. European Political Science, 4(3), 242–255. (with Akhtar P., Fawcett P., Marsh D. & Taylor C.)

Book Chapters

(Accepted, forthcoming) The Supranational Bloc: Policy Transfer and International Cooperation within the Anglosphere. London: Oxford University Press).

(Accepted, forthcoming) ‘Common Ground & Cross-Currents in the Study of International Political Economy and Public Policy’ in J. Pevehouse and L. Seabrooke eds. Oxford Handbook of International Political Economy. London: Oxford University Press. (with Diane Stone)

2019. ‘Sovereignty renewed: Transgovernmental policy networks and the global-local dilemma’ in D. Stone & K. Maloney eds., Oxford Handbook on Global Public Policy and Transnational Administration. London: Oxford University Press.

2018. Structure, Agency, Policy Learning: Australia’s multinational corporations dilemma. In Dunlop, C. Radaelli, C., Trein, P. (eds) Learning in Public Policy: Analysis, Modes and Outcomes. Palgrave Macmillan.

2018. ‘From Precaution to Prejudice: Mistakes in Counter Terrorism’ in Kruck, Oppermann & Spencer (eds). Political Mistakes and Policy Failures in International Relations. Basingstoke: Palgrave. (with Michael Lister)

2017. ‘Anglosphere Approaches to Counter-terrorism in Cyberspace’, in S. MacDonald ed., Terrorists’ Use of the Internet: Assessment and Response. Amsterdam: IOS Press.

2017. ‘Evaluating the effectiveness of Australia’s counter-terrorism mechanisms’, in Tulich, T., Ananian-Welsh, R., Bronitt, S., & Murray, S. eds. Regulating Preventive Justice. London: Routledge. (with Teneille Elliott)

Legrand, T. Bronitt, S. & Stewart, M. 2015. (accepted 12 February 2015). ‘Evidence of the Impact of Counter-Terrorism Legislation’, in G. Lennon & C. Walker eds., The Routledge Handbook of Law and Terrorism. London: Routledge (forthcoming).

Legrand, T. & Hufnagel, S. 2015. ‘Risk and Resilience: International Approaches to Vulnerable Infrastructure Protection’ in U.K. Sinha ed., Emerging Strategic Trends in Asia. 245–264. New Delhi: Pentagon Press.

Legrand, T. 2014. ‘Banishing the Enemies of All Mankind: the Effectiveness of Proscribing Terrorist Organisations in Australia, Canada, the UK and US’, in L. Jarvis, & M. Lister. eds. Critical Perspectives on Counter-Terrorism, 150–168. London: Routledge.

Legrand, T. 2014. ‘Of Citadels and Sentinels: State Strategies for the combating cyber-terrorism’, in T. Chen, L. Jarvis, S. Macdonald. eds. 137–154. Cyber-Terrorism. London: Springer.

Legrand, T. & McConnell, A. 2013. ‘Introduction: Mapping Global Influences on National Crisis Management’ in T. Legrand & A. McConnell eds. Emergency Policy: Volume III, Global Influences on National Crisis Management, xv–xxv. Farnham: Ashgate.

Legrand, T. & McConnell, A. 2013. ‘Issues for the Future: Emerging Debates on the Intersection of Globalisation & National Crisis Management’ in T. Legrand & A. McConnell eds., Emergency Policy: Volume III, Global Influences on National Crisis Management, 493–499 Farnham: Ashgate.

Legrand, T.& Bronitt, S. 2012. ‘Policing to a Different Beat: Measuring Police Performance’, in Prenzler, T. (ed). Promoting Best-Practice Policing: The Limits of Evidence-Based Practice, 1–19. London: Palgrave Macmillan.


Conference Papers


‘Trusting Transgovernmentalism: Ideas, interests and values in global public policy-making’. International Conference on Public Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore (June).

‘Who Speaks? Who Listens? Counter-Terrorism Social Media Strategies and the Legitimacy Problem’. Terrorism and Social Media Conference, Swansea University (June).

Invited presentation. ‘Policy transfer and international cooperation within the Anglosphere’. The Anglosphere and its Others: The ‘English-speaking Peoples’ in a Changing World Order, British Academy (June).


‘Science Diplomacy: An Agenda for Public Policy Research and Praxis’. THE POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IMPACT CONFERENCE, University of Warwick (November, with Diane Stone).

‘Structure, Agency and the Anglosphere’, Australian Political Studies Association Conference. UNSW (September)

Invited presentation. ‘Transnational network collaboration, trust and regional cybersecurity’. Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Regional Workshop on Cybersecurity. Queensland Parliament, Brisbane (July).

Invited presentation. ‘Anglosphere approaches to Counter-terrorism in Cyber-space’. NATO Workshop on Cyberterrorism. Dublin City University, Dublin (June)

‘Preaching with the converted: Parliament, Performance and the Proscription Ritual’ British International Studies Association, Edinburgh (June).

‘Governing Global Policy: What IPE Can Learn from Public Policy?’ Regional Conference on Public Policy. Hong Kong University, Hong Kong (June, with Diane Stone).

‘Governing Global Policy: What IPE Can Learn from Public Policy?’ International Workshop on Designing Governance for Policy Effectiveness, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (February, with Diane Stone).


‘Beyond Bilateralism: Towards a Transgovernmental Model of Policy Transfer’. The Australian Political Studies Association conference, Canberra (September)

‘The Changing Paradigm of Australian National Security Policy' The Australian Political Studies Association conference, Canberra (September).

Panel organiser: Public Policy and the Global-Local Dilemma Panel: International Conference on Public Policy Peer-reviewed: ‘Beyond better borders? Policy dilemmas of transnational security threats’, International Conference on Public Policy, Milan (July).

‘Supra-State Public Administration: Conceptualising Security Policy Networks of the Anglosphere’, International Conference on Public Policy, Milan (July).

‘Legislating for Otherness: Proscription Powers and Parliamentary Debate’, with Lee Jarvis. British International Studies Association, London (July).

'Countering the Threat of Foreign Fighters: Why We Need a Holistic Approach'. Safeguarding Australia conference (Canberra)

‘Elite Networks and Transgovernmentalism in the Anglosphere’. International Studies Association (ISA) conference, New Orleans:

Legrand, T. 2015. ‘Elite policy networks in the Anglosphere’. Rudd, Gillard and New Labour’s Policy Transfer Workshop. University of Canberra.

Legrand, T. 2015. ‘Researching and Writing for Policy Audiences’. Postgraduate Researchers Seminar, School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, University of East Anglia.


‘Learning Mandarins: Elite Policy Transfer Networks in the Anglosphere’. International Political Science Association (IPSA) conference, Montreal.

(with Hufnagel, S). Invited speakers. ‘International Approaches to Vulnerable Infrastructure Protection’. 16th Asian Security Conference, New Delhi.

‘Evidence of the effectiveness of counterterrorism legislation’. Routledge workshop, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.


‘Can we stop the Bikies? The potential intended and unintended effects of Queensland’s Anti-Bikie laws’, EIDOS National Congress, Brisbane.

Public forum. ‘G20: Dissent, Police Powers And International Reviews Of Security Implementation’, Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane (September) Televised.

‘Outlaws Are Outdated: Britain’s Proscription Of Terrorist Organisations’, British International Studies Association Terrorism Studies Conference, Loughborough, UK. September.

‘Government Responses To UK Cyberterror Threats’. The Cyberterrorism Project Conference. Birmingham. UK.


‘Tackling Cyberterrorism’, Annual Conference, ARC CoE in Policing & Security (CEPS), Melbourne.

‘Of Citadels and Sentinels: Cyberterrorism in Australia and the UK’. The Cyber-terrorism Project Workshop. Swansea University, Wales.

‘Policies of Peril: International Adoption, Adaptation And Implementation Of Emergency Policy’. Talk About Disasters Workshop, Brisbane.


(with Hufnagel, S.) ‘Risk and Resilience – Australian Approaches to Critical Infrastructure Protection’. Critical National Infrastructure Conference, London, UK.


‘Evidence-Based Policymaking And Policy Transfer’. Contemporary Policy Transfer Workshop, University of Canberra.

‘Perceiving Risk in Counter-Terrorism Operations’. Australian Emergency Management Conference, Melbourne.