Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

21st Century International Bureaucracy: People, Power and Performance

Globalisation
 
Governance
 
Institutions
 
International Relations
 
Public Administration
 
Public Policy
 
Section Number
S01
Section Chair
Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – LMU
Section Co-Chair
Michal Parízek
Charles University

Abstract
This Section addresses various aspects of the design and impact of, as well as changes in, the political and societal landscape of international bureaucracy, understood as the multitude of international or multilevel administrations within international organizations. The Section brings together a diverse set of theoretical and methodological approaches, including papers that build bridges between International Relations, Political Economy and Sociology, and Public Administration. The various Panels in this Section address questions ranging from leadership to the representative bureaucracy ('people'), from relations between member states and the administration(s) to political dynamics inside the bureaucracies and organizations ('power'), and from the efficiency and pathologies of international bureaucracies and IOs more broadly to their influence on both public policy-making and policy implementation ('performance').


Panel List

x
Search
Number 
Title 
 
P00621st Century International Organization: Who Designs and Who Decides? View Panel Details
P180International Bureaucracies' Influence on Public Policy and International Organizations View Panel Details
P183International Organizations at the Street-Level View Panel Details
P187Knowledge and Expertise in International Organizations View Panel Details
P283Political-Administrative Relationships in International Bureaucracies View Panel Details
P300Power and Pressure: International Organizations and Great-Power Relations View Panel Details
P348Social Networks and International Public Administrations View Panel Details
P352Stakeholder Influence on IO Bureaucracies: State and Non-State Actors in International Organization View Panel Details
Share this page
 

"...the good of man must be the objective of the science of politics" - Aristotle


Back to top