International politics and institutions in time / Ed. by Orfeo Fioretos.Publisher: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017Description: xiv, 346 pISBN: 9780198744092Subject(s): International relations | World politics | Internationale Politik | Politische InstitutionDDC classification: 327.09 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Institutions and times in international relations / Orfeo Fioretos -- The persistence of state sovereignty / Stephen D. Krasner -- The rise, character, and evolution of international order / G. John Ikenberry -- Sequencing, layering, and feedbacks in global regulation / Abraham L. Newman -- Reactive sequences in global health governance / Tine Hanrieder and Michael Zürn -- Dynamics of institutional choice / Joseph Jupille, Walter Mattli, and Duncan Snidal -- Global institutions without a global state / Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore -- International security : critical junctures, developmental pathways, and institutional change / Etel Solingen and Wilfred Wan -- The limits of institutional reform in the United States and the global trade regime / Judith Goldstein and Robert Gulotty -- Incremental original of Bretton Woods / Eric Helleiner -- Timing and sequencing in international politics : Latin America's contributions to human rights / Kathryn Sikkink -- The evolution of international law and courts / Karen J. Alter -- Bounded reform in global economic governance at the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank / Catherine Weaver and Manuela Moschella -- Continuity and change in global environmental politics / Steven Bernstein and Hamish van der Ven -- Observations on the promise and pitfalls of historical institutionalism in international relations / Robert O. Keohane.
International Politics and Institutions in Time is the definitive exploration, by a group of leading international relations scholars, of the contribution of the historical institutionalism tradition for the study of international politics. Historical institutionalism is a counterpoint to the rational choice and sociological traditions of analysis in the study of international institutions, bringing particular attention to how timing and sequence of past events, path dependence, and other processes impact distributions of global power, policy choices, and the outcome of international political battles. This book places particular emphasis on the sources of stability and change in major international institutions, such as those shaping state sovereignty and global governance, including in the areas of international organization, law, political economy, human rights, environment, and security.