International organizations establishing their scientific authority: Periodizing the legitimation of policy advice by the OECD

@article{Rautalin2021InternationalOE,
  title={International organizations establishing their scientific authority: Periodizing the legitimation of policy advice by the OECD},
  author={Marjaana Rautalin and Jukka Syv{\"a}ter{\"a} and Eetu Vento},
  journal={International Sociology},
  year={2021},
  volume={36},
  pages={3 - 24}
}
This article contributes to the periodization of ‘scientization’ by scrutinizing how international organizations (IOs) have evolved into such scientific authorities as many of them are today. The authors examine the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and its Economic Surveys during the period 1965–2015. The study sheds light on how scientific authority manifests in IOs’ reporting and policy recommendations directed at national governments. First, the analysis… Expand

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