This volume assesses the importance of international organisations in global governance during the last ten years. The prestigious team of international contributors seek to determine the ways in which IO's contribute to the solution of global problems by influencing international decision-making in ways that go beyond the lowest common denominator of national interests.
`This is a very important collective volume of interest for scholars on international relations, but also of public policy, which could be a starting point for many new research projects' - Stella Ladi, University of York
`There are distinguished empirical theoretical contributions in this volume that break new ground. Michael Nicholson's piece on rational choice theory is the best thing I have ever read justifying such an approach to International Organizations' - Andrew Williams, University of Kent at Canterbury