The National Implementation of International Norms: Transnational Networks and Local Content Policy

English | 2022 | ISBN: 978-3-030-94862-7 | 241 pages | True PDF, EPUB | 2.92 MB

This book explores the national adoption and implementation of international norms. With a focus on how transnational expertise and experience networks and local content policies affect a norm reaching compliance, analysis on norm final outcomes is expanded beyond traditional studies on the strength of the international norm, the ability to overcome value conflicts, and the influence of specialised lobby groups. Through examining case studies of two Russian universities, the life cycle of international norm adoption is illustrated from inception to domestic implementation.
This book aims to highlight how international norms are adapted for a local context through increasing motivation levels and sharing best practices. It will be relevant to students and researchers interested in international relations and economic transition.