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ECPR Standing Group on the European Union 10th Biennial Conference LUISS, Rome

Bureaucrats, Experts, and Representatives: Monitoring in Multi-Actor Networks

International Relations
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Valentina Carraro
Maastricht Universiteit
Panel Co-Chair
Thomas Conzelmann
Maastricht Universiteit

24/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Building: VMP 5 Floor: Ground Room: 029
International treaties may be monitored by international bureaucracies, by independent experts, or by state delegates. This Panel discusses why and under what conditions states make use of monitoring by bureaucrats, experts, or state representatives and the different types of expertise these groups possess. Another focus is on how these various types of actors interact in the process of monitoring, and how bureaucrats, experts, and representatives gain authority as monitors. Papers in this Panel disaggregate the abstract concept of monitoring and zoom in on the concrete actors and interactions involved in the process.

Paper List

Title Details
Enhancement of International Expert Bodies’ Authority in Interaction with Political Actors: Comparison of Three Monitoring Bodies of the Council of Europe View Paper Details
From Monitoring to Standard Setting: Transnational Law-Making Coalitions for Human Rights View Paper Details
Of Accountants, Europeanists and Monetary Guardians – Troika Institutions as International Bureaucracies View Paper Details
Self-Reporting Compliance in International Institutions: Beyond the Bureaucratic Capacity Perspective View Paper Details
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