Cristiane Lucena Carneiro has experience in the areas of compliance and regime design, with a focus on the WTO, migration and human rights. During her time at Perry World House, she is working on a book project that explores the impact of institutional complexity on state compliance in the Inter-American Human Rights System. Another research project analyzes assertiveness by emerging democracies in the WTO, as a byproduct of domestic political pressure. She is also interested in institutional design, with an emphasis on the role of flexibility in treaty commitments. Cristiane is Assistant Professor at the International Relations Institute, University of Sao Paulo, where she teaches courses in international relations, international law, and human rights. Cristiane has published on compliance, economic sanctions, institutional complexity, and international regime design. She holds a Ph.D. in Politics (New York University) and a B.A. in Law (Federal University of Pernambuco).