|Manchester University Press
|European Policy Research Unit Series
|Textbook | Monograph
To what extent, how and why do international bureaucracies challenge and supplement the inherent Westphalian intergovernmental order based on territorial sovereignty?
To what extent, how and why do international bureaucracies supplement the existing international intergovernmental order with a multi-dimensional international order subjugated by a compound set of decision-making dynamics?
International bureaucracies constitute a distinct and increasingly important feature of public administration studies. However, the role of international bureaucracies has been largely neglected in most social science sub-disciplines. This book takes a first step into a third generation of international organisation (IO) studies.
Part I: Introducing and theorising international bureaucracy
Part II: International bureaucracies
Part III: The dynamics of compound bureaucracies
Part IV: Conclusions
|Politics and International Relations
|Countries / Regions