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Title Decision making within international organizations / edited by Bob Reinalda and Bertjan Verbeek ; with a foreword by Robert W. Cox
Published London ; New York : Routledge, 2004

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Description xvi, 254 pages ; 24 cm
Series Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science ; 31
Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science ; 31
Contents Machine derived contents note: Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Preface -- Part I -- Introduction And Overview -- 1. The Issue of Decision Making within International Organizations -- by Bob Reinalda and Bertjan Verbeek -- Part Ii -- Leadership -- 2. The European Commission and the EU Member States as Actors in the WTO Negotiating -- Process: Decision Making between Scylla and Charibdis? -- by Bart Kerremans -- 3. Framing Decisions in the Council of Europe: An Institutionalist Analysis -- by Jill Lovecy -- Part Iii -- Consensus Building -- 4. Expertise and Political Competence: Consensus Making within the World Trade -- Organization and the World Meteorological Organization -- by Yves Schemeil -- 5. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development as Ideational Artist and -- Arbitrator: Reality or Dream? -- by Martin Marcussen -- Part Iv -- Organizational Dynamics -- 6. Groupthink: The IMF, the World Bank and Decision Making Regarding the 1994 Mexican -- Crisis -- by Ngaire Woods -- 7. UNHCR's Decision Making on Internally Displaced Persons: The Impact of External and -- Internal Factors on Policy Strategy -- by Raquel Freitas -- Part V -- Conflicts Of Loyalty -- 8. Are World Leaders Puppets or Puppeteers? The Sherpas of the G7/G8 System -- by Nicholas Bayne -- 9. An Institutionalist Perspective on EU Committee Decision Making -- by Jarle Trondal -- Part Vi -- Policy Windows -- 10. Sanctions in Reaction to Human Rights Violations: The Impact of Non-State Actors on EU -- Decision Making -- by Hadewych Hazelzet -- 11. Framing Decisions in the United Nations: The Exploitation of the Political Opportunity -- Structure -- by Jutta Joachim -- Part Vii -- Learning Processes -- 12. Decision Making in the International Maritime Organization: The Case of the STCW 95 -- Convention -- by Jan Dirks -- 13. Social Learning with the Precautionary Principle at the European Commission and the -- Codex Alimentarius -- by Jim Dratwa -- Part Viii -- Conclusion -- 14. Patterns of Decision Making Within International Organizations -- by Bob Reinalda and Bertjan Verbeek -- Index and Abbreviations
Summary International organizations are increasingly important in the era of globalization but little is known about decision making within these institutions. This edited volume investigates how much influence governments as well as non-state actors, such as non-governmental organizations and international bureaucracies, have upon decision making and the specific ways in which they try to affect international outcomes."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject International agencies -- Decision making.
International organization.
Genre/Form Ebook
Author Reinalda, Bob.
Verbeek, Bertjan, 1960-
European Consortium for Political Research.
LC no. 2003022241
ISBN 0415304261