Autonomous Policy Making By International Organisations

Autonomous Policy Making By International Organisations

by Bob Reinalda
     
 

ISBN-10: 0415164869

ISBN-13: 9780415164863

Pub. Date: 12/07/1998

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This volume assesses the importance of international organisations in global governance during the last ten years. The prestigious team of international contributors seek to determine the ways in which IO's contribute to the solution of global problems by influencing international decision-making in ways that go beyond the lowest common denominator of national

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This volume assesses the importance of international organisations in global governance during the last ten years. The prestigious team of international contributors seek to determine the ways in which IO's contribute to the solution of global problems by influencing international decision-making in ways that go beyond the lowest common denominator of national interests.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780415164863
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
12/07/1998
Series:
Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science Series
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.69(d)

Table of Contents

Notes on contributors
Preface
1Autonomous policy making by international organizations: purpose, outline and results1
Pt. ITheoretical perspectives9
2International organizations: the ugly duckling of international relations theory?11
3The decision-making approach to international organizations: Cox and Jacobson's anatomic lesson revisited27
4Organization theory and the autonomy of the International Labour Organization: two classic studies still going strong42
5Two-level interaction as source of influence: the European Union and equal treatment policies62
6A rational choice analysis of international organizations: how UNEP helped to bring about the Mediterranean Action Plan79
Pt. IISecurity and human rights91
7Non-proliferation: reinforcing the IAEA nuclear safeguards regime in the 1990s93
8The margin beyond intergovernmentalism: the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe108
9The role of NATO's bureaucracy in shaping and widening the North Atlantic Treaty Organization120
10An early window of opportunity: the intervention by the Council of Europe in the Saar problem, 1952-1954134
11The effectiveness of the Council of Europe's human rights regime141
Pt. IIIEconomics161
12Filling the transitional void: the crucial role of International Financial Institutions in assisting Eastern European reforms163
13The increased influence of EU monetary institutions in determining national policies: a transnational monetary elite at work178
14International economic organizations: more policy making, less autonomy195
Pt. IVConclusion211
15Why do international organizations never die?213
Index and abbreviations221

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