Why are some international regimes more effective or more successful than others? This book presents sophisticated studies of regime effectiveness, and a sophisticated analysis of the range of techniques available for the conduct of research in this area. One useful feature of the book is the consideration of broader consequences of regimes as well as their performance in addressing the specific problems that lead to their creation.
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Table of ContentsContributing Authors. Preface. 1. The Consequences of International Regimes; O.R. Young. I: Simple Effectiveness. 2. Methodological Challenges in the Study of Regime Effectiveness; A. Underdal. 3. Case Studies of the Effectiveness of International Environmental Regimes; S. Andersen, J. Wettestad. 4. Causal Mechanisms and the Study of International Environmental Regimes; J. Hovi. 5. Boolean Analysis, Mechanisms and the Study of Regime Effectiveness; O. Schram Stokke. 6. A Quantitative Approach to Evaluating International Environmental Regimes; R.B. Mitchell. 7. Formal Theory and Regime Effectiveness: Rational Players, Irrational Regimes; H. Ward, F. Grundig, E. Zorick. 8. Does Regime Robustness Require a Fair Distribution of the Gains from Cooperation? A. Hasenclever, P. Mayer, V. Rittberger. II: Broader Consequences. 9. Methodological Issues in the Study of Broader Consequences; T. Gehring. 10. Exploring Regime Interaction; T. Gehring, S. Oberthür. 11. International Regimes and Democracy; H. Breitmeyer. 12. Into the Methodological Void; G. Walter, M. Zürn. 13. Regimes and Social Transformation; B.B. Hughes. III: Conclusion. 14. Research Strategies for the Future; A. Underdal, O.R. Young.