Shaping policy curves : cognitive authority in transnational capacity building

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Broome, André; Seabrooke, Leonard;
(2015)

International organizations (IOs) such as the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are assumed to rely on ‘sympathetic interlocutors’ at the national level to drive through economic reforms that conform to global policy norms. In this article we answer the fol... View more
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