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Regime Complexity and International Organizations: UNHCR as a Challenged Institution

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The existing literature on regime complexity has generally focused on its impact on the behavior of states; in contrast, this article explores its implications for international organizations. Many organizations within the UN system were established in the aftermath of World War II, at a time when they held a de facto monopoly in a given policy field. Gradually, however, institutional proliferation has created a range of institutional overlaps that may have complementary or competitive relati...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, International Development, Refugee Studies Centre
Journal:
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
Volume:
19
Issue:
1
Pages:
69-81
Publication date:
2013
EISSN:
1942-6720
ISSN:
1075-2846
URN:
uuid:bde2fe00-bdbf-471a-8c7c-bb3689b536f6
Source identifiers:
394663
Local pid:
pubs:394663

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