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Horizontal Institutional Interlinkages

Zelli, Fariborz LU ; Gupta, Aarti and van Asselt, Harro (2012) In Global Environmental Governance Reconsidered: New Actors, Mechanisms and Interlinkages p.175-198
Abstract
This chapter analyses horizontal institutional interlinkages by stressing their embeddedness in overarching global norms. It explains the nature of institutional interlinkages in various policy domains, and their consequences for the development of specific global regimes. We explore, in particular, how certain dominant global norms may be reflected in the positional differences (and their resolution) within given institutional contexts. Our aim is to add to the evolving scholarly literature on interlinkages by offering a norm-based explanation of this much-studied phenomenon.
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interplay, complexity, fragmentation, climate change, biodiversity, trade, environmental institutions, global governance, discourse, norms, political economy, UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol, mitigation, climate governance, Forest governance
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Global Environmental Governance Reconsidered: New Actors, Mechanisms and Interlinkages
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Biermann, Frank; Pattberg, Philipp; and
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175 - 198
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MIT Press
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BECC
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English
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  abstract     = {This chapter analyses horizontal institutional interlinkages by stressing their embeddedness in overarching global norms. It explains the nature of institutional interlinkages in various policy domains, and their consequences for the development of specific global regimes. We explore, in particular, how certain dominant global norms may be reflected in the positional differences (and their resolution) within given institutional contexts. Our aim is to add to the evolving scholarly literature on interlinkages by offering a norm-based explanation of this much-studied phenomenon. },
  author       = {Zelli, Fariborz and Gupta, Aarti and van Asselt, Harro},
  editor       = {Biermann, Frank and Pattberg, Philipp},
  keyword      = {interplay,complexity,fragmentation,climate change,biodiversity,trade,environmental institutions,global governance,discourse,norms,political economy,UNFCCC,Kyoto Protocol,mitigation,climate governance,Forest governance},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {175--198},
  publisher    = {MIT Press},
  series       = {Global Environmental Governance Reconsidered: New Actors, Mechanisms and Interlinkages},
  title        = {Horizontal Institutional Interlinkages},
  year         = {2012},
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