The International Political Economy and International Institutions, Volume 1
Oran R. Young
E. Elgar Publishing Company, 1996 - Business & Economics - 562 pages
Traces the evolution of regime analysis over the last two decades as a new perspective on international governance. The book provides a full account of the major schools of thought that have arisen to account for the demand for international governance and the formation of international regimes.
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