International Institutions: An International Organization Reader

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Lisa L. Martin, Beth A. Simmons
MIT Press, 2001 - Law - 465 pages
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This collection presents a wide range of theoretical approaches to international institutions. The volume is organized in four parts, each introduced by the editors. Part I covers current theories. Part II offers empirical studies on international organizations, international environmental problems, the European Court of Justice, and international trade. Part III covers the compliance debate, and Part IV contains theoretical and empirical critiques of the literature.

 

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Contents

On the Development
9
Interests Power and Multilateralism 1992 Lisa L Martin
37
The United
65
Empirical Studies
99
Inertia and Change in the Constellation of International
137
Who Are the Masters of the Treaty? European Governments
173
Explaining Legalism
201
The Compliance Debate
245
Is the Good News About Compliance Good News About
279
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Lisa L. Martin is Professor of Government at Harvard University.

Beth A. Simmons is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley.

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