Knowledge, Power, and International Policy Coordination

Knowledge, Power, and International Policy Coordination

Book - 1997
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The increasing complexity of the world's problems has escalated both the need for international policy coordination. With that in mind, the contributors to this volume assess what happens to the distribution of power when policymakers rely on the counsel of technical experts to make decisions of international importance. Because the way states identify and respond to problems depends not only on how policymakers understand of the issues but also on how the issues are represented by their advisers, the contributors examine the growing role that epistemic communities play in several areas: facilitating governmental learning; articulating the cause-and- effect relationships of global problems; helping to discern state interests; framing the issues for collective debate; proposing specific policies; and identifying salient points for international negotiation.
Publisher: Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c1997
ISBN: 9781570030895
Characteristics: viii, 390 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Haas, Peter M.


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