Eibe Riedel and Dirk Hanschel (eds.)

  Institutionalization of International Negotiation Systems vergrößerte Ansicht in neuem Fenster  
  Theoretical Concepts and Practical Insights (Conference Report)  
  188 p., Mannheim, Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung, 2005  
  ISBN 3-00-017970-4  


This volume comprises the results of a conference of the Mannheim research group "Institutionalisation of International Negotiation Systems (IINS)" that was held in October 2004 at the University of Mannheim. The IINS research project was funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) from 1999 until 2005 and carried out in collaboration of the University of Mannheim, the Mannheim Centre of European Social Research (MZES) and the Centre of European Economic Research (ZEW). It is composed of three economic scientists (Christoph Böhringer, Hans Peter Grüner and Roland Vaubel), three social scientists (Beate Kohler-Koch, Franz Urban Pappi and Paul Thurner) plus the editors of this volume as the international lawyers in the group.


I. Introduction
Eibe Riedel
II. Project Riedel
A. Assessing Institutional Effectiveness - Lessons Drawn from the Regimes on Ozone Depletion and Climate Change
Dirk Hanschel
B. Statements and Comments
C. Discussion
III. Project Böhringer
A. What is left of the Kyoto Protocol?
Carsten Vogt
B. Statements, Comments and Discussion
IV Project Kohler-Koch
A. The Reflective Institutionalist Approach to International Negotiation and the Case of "Good Governance" within the EU and the EU-ACP Partnership
Christoph Humrich
B. Statements and Comments
C. Discussion
V Project Pappi/Thurner
A. Quantitative Negotiation Analyses: Insights from the Social Scientists´ Craft
Paul Thurner and Franz Urban Pappi
B. Statements, comments and discussion
VI Project Vaubel
A. The Continuous Increase in the Number of Ratified ILO Conventions: An Indicator for the Growing Effectiveness of International Labour Standards?
Bernhard Boockmann
B. Statements and Comments
C. Discussion
VII Project Grüner
A. Contract Theoretic Analysis of International Negotiation Systems
Hans Peter Grüner
B. Statements, Comments and Discussion
VIII Concluding Remarks
Eibe Riedel
  Annex: List of Participants