International Norms and Decisionmaking: A Punctuated Equilibrium Model
By: Gary Goertz (author)Paperback
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This book presents a punctuated equilibrium framework for understanding the nature of policy decision-making by governments as well as a theory on the creation, functioning, and evolution of international norms and institutions.
Gary Goertz is associate professor of political science at the University of Arizona.
Chapter 1 I Introduction Chapter 2 The Ontology of International Institutions and Regimes Part 3 I Individual Decision-Making with Norms and Policies Chapter 4 Decision-Making with Norms Chapter 5 The Instrumentality of Norms Chapter 6 Moral Norms Chapter 7 Structures of Norms Part 8 II Organizational Decision-Making Chapter 9 The Punctuated Equilibrium Model Chapter 10 Individuals and Organizations Part 11 III International Institutions Chapter 12 Creating International Institutions Chapter 13 A Functional Model of International Institutions Chapter 14 Sanctions and International Institutions
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