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ECPR General Conference 2020, University of Innsbruck

Political-Administrative Relationships in International Bureaucracies

Institutions
 
Public Administration
 
International
 
Panel Number
P283
Panel Chair
Johan Christensen
Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden
Panel Co-Chair
Kutsal Yeşilkağit
Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden

Time
06/09/2019 17:50 - 19:30
Location
Building: (Building D) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: 2.04
Abstract
The relationship between politicians and bureaucrats is central to policy-making within public administrations. The political-administrative relationship varies across organizations, with civil servants enjoying more or less autonomy and politicians exercising more or less control. With the internationalization of governance, existing political-administrative relationships have come under pressure and new ones have been forged. The panel aims to examine the variation in the relationships struck between civil servants and their political masters in international organizations:
How much discretion is granted to international civil servants?
What sources of power do administrators and politicians possess?
Do international bureaucrats serve the political principal or rather the general interest?

Paper List


Title Details
Explaining the Politicisation of the European Commission: How Rebuilding Responsibilities has Normalised Political-Administrative Relationships in the EU Executive View Paper Details
Measuring Administrative Reform Activities in International Public Administrations: A Conceptual Framework View Paper Details
Political Responsiveness by Organisation? Analysing the Structural Volatility of the UN Bureaucracy, 1998ꟷ2018 View Paper Details
Politicians and Bureaucrats in Times of Globalisation: Public Service Bargains and International Governance View Paper Details
Representative Bureaucracy, Time and Making Sense of Territorial Identities in International Organisations View Paper Details
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