GLOBE Webinar | Management and Governance of Intergovernmental Organizations
Available in video:
Angel Saz-Carranza (ESADE Business & Law School) and Ryan Federo (Universitat de les Illes Balears) join the GLOBE Webinar Series to discuss their new book (co-authored) 'Management and Governance of Intergovernmental Organizations' (Cambridge University Press). A discussant will then offer some reflections before an audience Q&A.
The GLOBE Webinar Series – The Future of Global Governance – presents the latest and most cutting-edge research in global governance and gives audience members the opportunity to directly engage with leading scholars in the field. Each webinar focuses on a significant new book that has potential to shape future thought on global governance, featuring a presentation by the author, an intervention from an expert discussant, and a Q&A session with the audience.
About the book: What happens to intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) after their creation has remained in mystery over the years. Although the current globalized outlook has sparked new and growing interests on the role that IGOs play in the global landscape, the scholarship has largely focused on the political aspects of cooperation, primarily on how and why different IGO member states interact with each other and the outcomes associated with such cooperation. Research is yet to untangle how these organizations work and operate. This Element addresses this niche in the literature by delving into two important aspects: the management and governance of IGOs.
Moderator: Kari Otteburn (KU Leuven)