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Paths to Compliance: Enforcement, Management, and the European Union

Tallberg, Jonas LU (2002) In International Organization 56(3). p.609-643
Abstract
In recent years, the question of what determines compliance with international regulatory agreements has gained an increasingly prominent position on the research agenda through a burgeoning literature on international regime effectiveness and international legal systems. The contemporary debate is framed in terms of two alternative perspectives on compliance: enforcement or management. The two perspectives present contending claims about the most effective means of addressing non-compliance in international cooperation. Whereas enforcement theorists characteristically stress a coercive strategy of monitoring and sanctions, management theorists embrace a problem-solving approach based on capacity building, rule interpretation, and... (More)
In recent years, the question of what determines compliance with international regulatory agreements has gained an increasingly prominent position on the research agenda through a burgeoning literature on international regime effectiveness and international legal systems. The contemporary debate is framed in terms of two alternative perspectives on compliance: enforcement or management. The two perspectives present contending claims about the most effective means of addressing non-compliance in international cooperation. Whereas enforcement theorists characteristically stress a coercive strategy of monitoring and sanctions, management theorists embrace a problem-solving approach based on capacity building, rule interpretation, and transparency. (Less)
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Internationell politik, Politik i Europa
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International Organization
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56
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3
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609 - 643
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Cambridge University Press
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  • scopus:18744370190
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1531-5088
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10.1162/002081802760199908
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English
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  title        = {Paths to Compliance: Enforcement, Management, and the European Union},
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