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ECPR General Conference 2020, University of Innsbruck

International Bureaucracies' Influence on Public Policy and International Organisations

Governance
 
International Relations
 
Public Administration
 
Public Policy
 
Global
 
Influence
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P180
Panel Chair
Jörn Ege
University of Exeter
Panel Discussant
Nora Wagner
Deutsche Hochschule für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer – DHV

Time
05/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.04
Abstract
International public administrations (IPAs), i.e., the secretariats of international (governmental) organizations (IOs) that constitute the international counterparts to national administrative bodies, wield independent influence on the development and implementation of public policies. Previous research has successfully identified different administrative, political and context-related factors that might enable bureaucratic influence to occur. However, integrative approaches that allows for a comparative empirical analysis of several explanatory factors under a common theoretical framework are rare. Thus, we still lack systematic knowledge of how international administrative bodies affect policy-making processes of IOs and global governance more generally. Against this background, the panel aims to contribute to the current debate about the policy impact of international bureaucracies. Starting from the observation that policy-making is a result of strategic interactions among multiple political, administrative and societal actors that vary substantially in terms of policy-making constraints and resources, the panel aims to combine two major questions:

• Focusing on the dependent variable: How can we conceptualize and measure the influence of IPAs on policy-making within and outside IOs?
• Focusing on the independent variables: What are relevant administrative tools and strategies and how are they used during the interaction with political and societal actors?

The panel includes conceptual and empirical papers on the role of IPAs in the provision of (global) public policy that may come from a variety of disciplines such as Policy Analysis, Public Administration, International Relations and Comparative Politics.

Paper List


Title Details
International Bureaucracies ꟷ Bringing and Framing in Global Policy Initiatives View Paper Details
Sanctions under the Stability and Growth Pact: The European Commission between Punishment and Pacification View Paper Details
The Effects of Crises and the European Union on the Budgetary Institutions of Member States View Paper Details
The Politics of International Bureaucracy: Bridging Theoretical Perspectives from International Relations and Public Administration View Paper Details
Theorising Bureaucratic Policy Influence in International Organisations: A Condition-Based Approach View Paper Details
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