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Handbook on Governance in International Organizations

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Gebonden, 384 blz. | Engels
Edward Elgar Publishing | 1e druk, 2023
ISBN13: 9781800884922
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Hoofdrubriek : Juridisch
Juridisch : Ondernemingsrecht
Jongbloed : Ondernemingsrecht
Edward Elgar Publishing 1e druk, 2023 9781800884922
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Required for peace and security, economic governance, sustainable development and humanitarian support, International Organisations (IOs) are central to the structure of global governance. Introducing the importance of governance in IOs, this Handbook addresses the collective challenges and synthesizes the expertise of global or regional representativeness for international cooperation.

Addressing four key themes the contributors explore approaches to understanding governance in IOs; who governs IOs; the roles of states; organizational culture, leadership and gender; and the influence of civil society. Chapters further evaluate historical representations of successful and unsuccessful governance, including effective governance; institutional and individual accountability; and the need for reform. The Handbook then concludes with key reflections on the frequently asked question: have international organisations had their day?

With contributions by leading academics and practitioners in the field, this Handbook elucidates the evolution of governance in IOs. It will be of great value to students and researchers in international relations, global governance, and gender and governance.

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ISBN13:9781800884922
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:384
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:12-12-2023
Hoofdrubriek:Ondernemingsrecht
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1 Introduction to the Handbook on governance in international organizations 15
Alistair D. Edgar

PART I WHAT IS IT? APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING GOVERNANCE IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
2 Formal and informal, legal and behavioural approaches 21
Alexandra R. Harrington
3 Power and intergovernmental organizations 39
Kendall W. Stiles
4 Administrative models and modes of governance 56
Roger A. Coate
5 Ideas, experts, and the global economy: feminist contributions to the study of governance in international organizations 74
Andrea M. Collins

PART II WHO GOVERNS INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, AND HOW? STATES AND THE GOVERNANCE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
6 Mexico’s advocacy to consider the human implications of the international monetary and financial systems at the Bretton Woods conference 92
Cynthia Leal
7 Brazil gives up its role in global governance – far right movements and multilateral organizations: the case of Brazil 107
Monica Herz

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, LEADERSHIP, AND GENDER
8 Expert bodies and organizational culture(s) in international organizations 121
Nina Reiners
9 Executive head leadership of United Nations specialized agencies 137
Kent J. Kille
10 Where are the women leaders in international organizations and what difference do they make? 155
Kirsten Haack and Margaret P. Karns

CIVIL SOCIETY AND IO GOVERNANCE
11 “Nothing about us without us”: governance at the United Nations through affected persons federations of LGBTIQ+ activists and sex workers 176
Robyn Linde
12 Opening up to civil society: access, participation, and impact 192
Christer Jönsson and Jonas Tallberg

PART III GOVERNANCE DONE WELL; GOVERNANCE GONE BAD DOING GOOD BY DOING WELL? SUCCESS STORIES OF EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE
13 Development, human rights, and the rights-based approach: evolving global governance 214
Joel E. Oestreich
14 President of the United Nations General Assembly: least-known leader 230
Alistair D. Edgar

FACING CRISES FROM WITHIN AND OUTSIDE: CAN IOS HOLD THEMSELVES TO ACCOUNT?
15 Holding individuals serving the United Nations to account for wrongdoing 247
Ai Kihara-Hunt
16 Accountability and the digital transformation of international organizations 264
Niamh Kinchin
17 Tweeting through the pandemic: self-legitimation and depoliticization in the WHO Twittersphere 284
Matthias Hofferberth

CALLS FOR A CHANGING OF THE GUARD
18 Small state, big table: the relevance of St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ election to the United Nations Security Council for small states in the multilateral system 305
Kai-Ann D. Skeete
19 Staffing global governance: an effective human resources policy for a spectacular United Nations 319
Cristián Giménez Corte

PART IV HAVE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS HAD THEIR DAY?
20 International organizations are more than states make of them 341
Roberto Dominguez and José Antonio Sanahuja
21 A reflection on the future of international organizations: have they had their day or can we make them fit for purpose? 358
Lorraine Elliott

Index 374

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