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International Bureaucracies Reaching Out: Coordination and Cooperation Beyond Organizational Boundaries

Governance
Institutions
Public Administration
Global
International
P233
Maarja Beerkens
Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden
Ronny Patz
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – LMU
Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – LMU

Saturday 11:00 - 12:40 (25/08/2018)

Building: VMP 5 Floor: Ground Room: 029

Abstract

In a world of complex policy problems, coordination and cooperation with external actors has become a major topic in Public Administration and International Relations. International bureaucracies often have to deal with cross-cutting issues, and they operate in fragmented organizational fields of overlapping ‘territories’ and conflicting goals. Furthermore, international bureaucracies are increasingly dependent on support from other external actors. This panel examines how, why, and with what success IOs and their bureaucracies interact with other IOs and non-governmental actors for meeting their organizational needs and broader policy goals. The papers explore such interactions in various policy fields, such as global health, refugee policy, and intellectual property.

Title Details
IOs in a Complex Institutional Environment: How Inter-Organizational Governance Structures Shape WHO’s Adaptation View Paper Details
Policy Implementation Outside the European Union: “Managing” the European Youth Cooperation Schemes in the Arab-Mediterranean Countries View Paper Details
Resource Mobilization in Global Refugee Policy: Shifting Refugee Populations, Donor Preferences, and the Role of UN Bureaucracies View Paper Details
Formal Coordination Mechanisms in Global Governance: The Case of Knowledge Goods View Paper Details
From Co-Operation to Co-Optation: What the Take-Over of Roll Back Malaria by External Actors Tells Us About Organizational Boundaries, Diplomacy, and Future Scenarios for Global Governance View Paper Details