Organisations as Epistemic Capital: the Case of Independent Children’s Rights Institutions

@article{Alasuutari2016OrganisationsAE,
  title={Organisations as Epistemic Capital: the Case of Independent Children’s Rights Institutions},
  author={Pertti Alasuutari and Marjaana Rautalin and Jukka Syv{\"a}ter{\"a}},
  journal={International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={57-71}
}
Why do national organisations proliferate in practically all areas of policymaking and organisational life, and why are they involved in supranational networks and organisations? The article approaches this mystery by exploring how organisations are built and used as authorities in domestic policymaking. The empirical focus is on the establishment of the institution of children’s ombudsman and its uses in influencing Finnish child policy. The theory developed in the article suggests that… Expand
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