Tuesday, January 20, 2015

New Issue: Journal of International Organizations Studies

The latest issue of the Journal of International Organizations Studies (Vol. 5, no. 2, Fall 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Charlotta Friedner Parrat, International Organization in International Society: UN Reform from an English School Perspective
  • Andrew Glencross, Democratic Inputs versus Output-Oriented Governance: The ECB's Evolving Role and the New Architecture of Legitimacy in the EU
  • Bessma Momani & Dustyn Lanz, Change in IMF Policy Advice to North Africa after the Arab Uprisings
  • Jarle Trondal & Frode Veggeland, The Autonomy of Bureaucratic Organizations: An Organization Theory Argument
  • Chadwick F. Alger with Kent J. Kille, How Are Parliamentarians of States Involved in Global Governance, and How Should They Be
  • Llewelyn Hughes, Jeffrey S. Lantis, & Mireya Solís, The Life-Cycle of Regimes: Temporality and Exclusive Forms of International Cooperation