Ideology and International Institutions / Erik Voeten
- Voeten, Erik, 1972-
- Princeton : Princeton University Press,  and Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 0000.
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- 1 online resource (1 online resource 261 pages)
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- Project Muse and Project Muse
- Introduction. The argument in brief ; A brief illustration : the WTO ; A road map -- Global ideological conflict : concept and measurement. What are international institutions? ; What Is ideology? ; Ideology and constraint ; Measuring ideological positions ; Conclusion -- Ideology and theories of international institutions. Functionalism and its descendants ; Rational institutionalism ; Liberal internationalism ; Constructivism ; Conclusion -- A spatial modeling framework. A simple spatial model with interdependence ; An example with two states ; Multiple actors ; Conclusions -- Expertise, ideology, and distributive politics. The informational model ; Information acquisition ; Information sharing and interpretation ; Trust and distrust in experts amid ideological conflict ; Conclusion -- Ideological structure and membership in international institutions. Ideology and IGO Memberships ; Alliances ; Network analysis and ideological structure ; Conclusion -- Ideology, institutions, power, and militarized disputes. Information, commitment, and bargaining failure ; A distributive ideological theory ; Data and method ; Results ; Conclusion -- Ideology and the investment regime. Ideological conflict and the emergence of the investment regime ; The move to investment treaties ; Renegotiation ; Conclusion -- Populism and backlashes against international courts. What are backlashes against international courts? ; Explanations for backlash ; Populism and the international judiciary ; Empirical evidence ; How many backlashes are initiated by populist leaders? ; Property rights ; Minority rights and identity -- Conclusions and implications -- Conclusion : implications for the liberal international order. Ideology and multilateralism ; Ideological challenges to the liberal institutional order.
- A new theoretical framework for understanding how social, economic, and political conflicts influence international institutions and their place in the global order.
- 9780691207339 (electronic bk.) and 069120733X (electronic bk.)
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- Includes bibliographic references and index.
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