Sovereignty

@article{Krasner1988Sovereignty,
  title={Sovereignty},
  author={Stephen D. Krasner},
  journal={Comparative Political Studies},
  year={1988},
  volume={21},
  pages={66 - 94}
}
Contemporary social science analysis is dominated by utilitarian or functional approaches in which institutional structures are assumed to adapt in an optimal fashion to changing environmental conditions, and the preferences and capabilities of individual actors are ontologically posited. In contrast, an institutional perspective insists that past choices constrain present options; that the preferences and capabilities of individual actors are conditioned by institutional structures; and that… Expand
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