Bagchi, Chandreyee; Castro, Paula; Michaelowa, Katharina (2017). Buying support at international negotiations: the strategic use of climate aid. CIS Working Paper 95, University of Zurich.
Zahno, Martina; Castro, Paula (2017). Renewable energy deployment at the interplay between support policies and fossil fuel subsidies. In: Weishaar, Stefan E; Kreiser, Larry; Milne, Janet E; Ashiabor, Hope; Mehling, Michael. The green market transition: carbon taxes, energy subsidies and smart instrument mixes. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 97-112.
Castro, Paula (2016). Common But Differentiated Responsibilities Beyond the Nation State: how Is Differential Treatment Addressed in Transnational Climate Governance Initiatives? Transnational Environmental Law, 5(2):379-400.
Castro, Paula; Betzold, Carola (2016). Climate Finance after the Paris Agreement: new directions or more of the same? Global Governance Spotlight, 3:online.
Bagchi, Chandreyee; Castro, Paula; Michaelowa, Katharina (2016). Donor accountability reconsidered: aid allocation in the age of global public goods. CIS Working Paper 87, University of Zurich.
Stadelmann, Martin; Castro, Paula (2014). Climate policy innovation in the South–domestic and international determinants of renewable energy policies in developing and emerging countries. Global Environmental Change, 29:413-423.
Castro, Paula; Hörnlein, Lena; Michaelowa, Katharina (2014). Constructed peer groups and path dependence in international organizations: The case of the international climate change negotiations. Global Environmental Change, 25:109-120.
Castro, Paula (2014). Climate change mitigation in developing countries: a critical assessment of the clean development mechanism. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Michaelowa, Axel; Castro, Paula; Bagchi, Chandreyee (2013). Report on Stakeholder Mapping: Multi-level interaction of climate policy stakeholders in the run-up to the 2015 agreement. Berlin: Ecologic Institut.
Castro, Paula (2013). Regime design and cooperation: Differential treatment of parties in international environmental agreements. In: ECPR General Conference - Panel 'Designing Multilevel Policies and Institutions', Bordeaux, 4 September 2013 - 7 September 2013.
Birchler, Kassandra; Castro, Paula (2013). Who dances with whom? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of interest groups characteristics, access to state actors, and negotiation outcomes. In: International Studies Association Annual Convention - The Politics of International Diffusion: Regional and Global Dimensions, San Francisco, 3 April 2013 - 6 April 2013.
Cames, Martin; Healy, Sean; Harthan, Ralph; Castro, Paula; Michaelowa, Axel; Hayashi, Daisuke; Dransfeld, Björn; Butzengeiger, Sonja (2013). Ausgestaltung des Post 2012-Klimaregimes: Sektorale Ansätze zur THG-Emissionsminderung. Berlin: Öko-Institut Berlin.
Castro, Paula (2012). Does the CDM discourage emission reduction targets in advanced developing countries? Climate Policy, 12(2):198-218.
Betzold, Carola; Castro, Paula; Weiler, F (2012). AOSIS in the UNFCCC negotiations: from unity to fragmentation? Climate Policy, 12(5):591-613.
Buen, Jorund; Castro, Paula (2012). How Brazil and China have financed industry development and energy security initiatives that support mitigation objectives. In: Michaelowa, Axel. Carbon markets or climate finance? London: Routledge, 53-91.
Castro, Paula; Hörnlein, Lena; Michaelowa, Katharina (2011). Path dependence of negotiation structurs in international organizations: the impact of annex I membership on disussions within the UNFCCC. CIS Working Paper 67, University of Zurich.
Castro, Paula; Michaelowa, Axel (2011). Would preferential access measures be sufficient to overcome current barriers to CDM projects in Least Developed Countries? Climate and Development, 3(2):123-142.
Castro, Paula; Michaelowa, Axel (2010). The impact of discounting emission credits on the competitiveness of different CDM host countries. Ecological Economics, 70(1):34-42.