Navigating Institutional Complexity-Actors/Strategies in Densely Populated Global Governance Spaces
Global Governance Spaces are areas of policy making, research and practice characterized by rapid growth in the number and scope of international agreements and organizations. Examples of such spaces are climate change, global health, and intellectual property rights. The actions and interactions of states and other actor in such areas are fundamentally shaped by this institutional complexity. The project of coordinator Olivier Westerwinter from the University of St.Gallen addresses questions alike:
– How do patterns of overlap within institutional complexes evolve over time?
– What strategies do states and non-state actors choose to navigate institutional complexes?
– To what extent do these strategies empower otherwise weak players in institutional complexes?
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