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Author Ohanyan, Anna.

Title NGOs, IGOs, and the network mechanisms of post-conflict global governance in microfinance / Anna Ohanyan
Edition First edition
Published New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008

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Description xvi, 238 pages ; 22 cm
Contents Introduction. The Promises and Perils of Network Governance -- 1. NGOs, IGOs, and Global Public Policies -- 2. Transnationalism of Networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- 3. Local Politics of Transnational Networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- 4. Afghanistan: How Policies Travel -- 5. Kosovo: Lost in Translation -- 6. Is All Policy Portability Progressive? -- 7. Network Mechanisms of Global Governance
Summary "Partnerships between international organizations and NGOs are central to delivering services in post-conflict settings. This book examines how such partnerships and policy networks comprising large international organizations and NGOs generate policies to heal the wounds of war-torn communities and build institutions of the post-conflict state for long-term governance. Exploring the international community's application of microfinance in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina, this book follows how these policies were subsequently transferred to an modified for Kosovo and Afghanistan. Drawing on multiple, varied cases this book offers a new framework of policy analysis in post-conflict zones, and bridges global policy studies with conflict resolution."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [215]-228) and index
Subject Policy networks.
Non-governmental organizations -- Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Non-governmental organizations -- Afghanistan.
Non-governmental organizations -- Kosovo (Republic)
Microfinance -- Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Microfinance -- Afghanistan.
Microfinance -- Kosovo (Republic)
LC no. 2008012349
ISBN 0230607691
9780230607699