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Historical institutionalism and international relations : explaining institutional development in world politics / edited by Thomas Rixen, Lora Anne Viola, and Michael Zürn.

Contributor(s): Rixen, Thomas, 1974- | Viola, Lora Anne | Zürn, Michael.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ4839 .H57 2016Publication: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2016Edition: 1st ed.Description: 234 p. : ill.Notes: "This volume has its origins in two workshops held at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) in April 2011 and September 2012, which served to initiate and develop the ideas presented in this volume"--Acknowledgments page.ISBN: 9780198779629 (hardback); 0198779623 (hardback).Other title: Historical institutionalism & international relations [Spine title].Subject(s): International relations -- Philosophy -- Congresses | International agencies -- Political aspects -- Congresses | International cooperation -- History -- 21st century -- Congresses
Contents:
Part I. Introduction. Historical institutionalism and international relations : towards explaining change and stability in international institutions / Thomas Rixen and Lora Anne Viola -- Part II. Historical institutionalism at work. Historical institutionalism and institutional development in the EU : the development of supranational authority over government subsidies (state aid) / Tim Büthe -- Retrofitting financial globalization : the politics of intense incrementalism after 2008 / Orfeo Fioretos -- Regionalization in the World Health Organization : locking in a pan-American head start / Tine Hanrieder -- State participation in the League of Nations Council and UN Security Council : successful vs. unsuccessful reform efforts / Alexandru Grigorescu -- Self-reinforcing and reactive path dependence : tracing the IMF's path of policy change / Manuela Moschella and Antje Vetterlein -- Transnational access to international organizations, 1950-2010 : structural factors and critical junctures / Theresa Squatrito, Thomas Sommerer, and Jonas Tallberg -- Part III. Conclusion. Historical institutionalism and international relations--strange bedfellows? / Michael Zürn.
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"This volume has its origins in two workshops held at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) in April 2011 and September 2012, which served to initiate and develop the ideas presented in this volume"--Acknowledgments page.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I. Introduction. Historical institutionalism and international relations : towards explaining change and stability in international institutions / Thomas Rixen and Lora Anne Viola -- Part II. Historical institutionalism at work. Historical institutionalism and institutional development in the EU : the development of supranational authority over government subsidies (state aid) / Tim Büthe -- Retrofitting financial globalization : the politics of intense incrementalism after 2008 / Orfeo Fioretos -- Regionalization in the World Health Organization : locking in a pan-American head start / Tine Hanrieder -- State participation in the League of Nations Council and UN Security Council : successful vs. unsuccessful reform efforts / Alexandru Grigorescu -- Self-reinforcing and reactive path dependence : tracing the IMF's path of policy change / Manuela Moschella and Antje Vetterlein -- Transnational access to international organizations, 1950-2010 : structural factors and critical junctures / Theresa Squatrito, Thomas Sommerer, and Jonas Tallberg -- Part III. Conclusion. Historical institutionalism and international relations--strange bedfellows? / Michael Zürn.

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