Tomić, S. (2019). Leadership, Institutions and Enforcement: Anti-Corruption Agencies in Serbia, Croatia and Macedonia. Palgrave Macmillan.
Tomić, S (expected publication date: 2021). When and How Integrity Regulators Can Constrain the Government: Comparative Insights of Ireland, Uruguay, Costa Rica and Jamaica.
Tomić, S. (2018). Legal independence vs. leaders’ reputation: Exploring drivers of ethics commissions’ conduct in new democracies. Public Administration, 96(3), 544-560.
Submitted & under review
Rauh, J., & Tomić, S. The Effect of Political Culture on Horizontal Accountability: Evidence from 62 Countries.
Tomic, S., Schmidt, R. Legitimacy, Accountability and Regime Ecology: Exploring the Dynamics of the Sports Anti-Doping Regime after the Russian State-Sponsored Doping Scandal.
Tomić, S., Radeljić, B. Are Theories of Institutional Autonomy Futile in Contexts of Democratic Backsliding?
In progress & presented
Tomić, S., Scott, C. The Role of Transnational Networks in Advancing Integrity Regulation.
Tomić, S.. Has Regulatory Governance Consolidated as a Discipline? Using Machine
Learning to Analyse the Trends in Regulation Scholarship (2008-2018).
Tomić, S. National and Transnational Regulation of Gambling Markets.
GOVERNANCE REVIEWS & PROJECT PUBLICATIONS
Tomić, S., Taseva, S., Popović, I., Jovančić, A., & Vojinović, Z. (2015). Agency
Transparency and Accountability: A Comparative Analysis of Five Regulated Sectors
in Serbia and Macedonia. La Mantini, Belgrade 2015.