International organizations as self-directed actors : a framework for analysis / edited by Joel E. Oestreich.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2012.
- Global institutions series; 64.
Global institutions series
xxiv, 280 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
- International agencies.
International agencies -- Case studies.
International organization -- Case studies.
The UN Secretary-General and self-directed leadership: development of the democracy agenda / Kirsten Haack and Kent Kille
The roots of UN post-conflict peacebuilding: a case study of autonomous agency / Margaret P. Karns
The anatomy of autonomy: the case of the World Bank / Susan Park and Catherine Weaver
The United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees: autonomy and mandate change / Alexander Betts
Changing actors and actions in the global fight against aids / Christer Jonsson
Disaggregating delegation: multiplying agents in the international maritime safety regime / Kendall W. Stiles
Not just states or the secretary-general but also staff: the emergence of UNOPS as a new UN organization / Dennis Dijkzeul
ASEAN as an informal organization: does it exist and does it have agency? the emergence of the ASEAN secretariat / Bob Reinalda
New types of organizations and global governance in the twenty-first century: the case of ICANN / James P. Muldoo.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Oestreich, Joel E.
- 9780415782906 (hbk.)
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