Learning in International Governmental Organizations

  title={Learning in International Governmental Organizations},
  author={Francesco G. Duina and Peter Nedergaard},
  journal={Global Social Policy},
  pages={193 - 217}
  • Francesco G. Duina, Peter Nedergaard
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology, Economics
  • Global Social Policy
  • There exists considerable research on how national policy makers learn from abroad. A significant amount examines the processes and actors at work at the international level. In that strand, relatively little attention has gone to international governmental organizations (IGOs), aside from the European Union (EU)’s Open Method of Coordination. In this article, we carry out a comparative study of learning in three IGOs: the EU, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the… CONTINUE READING
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