Political Research Exchange

Knowledge and Expertise in International Organizations

International Relations
 
Knowledge
 
International
 
Decision Making
 
Policy-Making
 
Panel Number
P187
Panel Chair
Nina Reiners
Universität Potsdam
Panel Co-Chair
Cecilia Cannon
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Panel Discussant
Nina Reiners
Universität Potsdam
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Time
05/09/2019 11:00
Location
Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.04
Abstract
This panel includes contributions exploring the role of knowledge, expertise, and information in the work of international bureaucracies and international organizations more broadly. Which types of actors wield epistemic authority in IOs? Under what conditions are experts successful in influencing political outcomes? What do IOs do to develop their expert profiles and manage their knowledge base?

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Beyond Learning and Accountability: Comparing the Political Use of Evaluation in International Organizations View Paper Details
Epistemic Authority in Global Governance: How Experts Network Knowledge in the Politics of Environmental Migration View Paper Details
Expertise in Security Council Decision-Making on Sanctions: The Non-Proliferation Sanctions on North Korea and Iran View Paper Details
Following the Expert Advice of International Bureaucracies View Paper Details
Knowledge of the Future: Anticipatory Governance by International Organisations View Paper Details
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