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Author(s): Goritz, A.
Jörgens, H.
Kolleck, N.
Date: 2023
Title: A matter of information - The influence of international bureaucracies in global climate governance networks
Journal title: Social Networks
Volume: 75
Pages: 4 - 15
Reference: Goritz, A., Jörgens, H., & Kolleck, N. (2022). A matter of information - The influence of international bureaucracies in global climate governance networks. Social Networks, 75, 4-15.
ISSN: 0378-8733
DOI (Digital Object Identifier): 10.1016/j.socnet.2022.02.009
Keywords: Climate change
International organizations
International public administrations
Exponential random graph models (ERGMs)
Egocentrically sampled network data
Abstract: International bureaucracies, also called International Public Administrations (IPAs), have been identified as potentially influential actors within the global climate change regime complex. To assess how these organizations exert influence, scholars have predominantly relied on case studies, interviews and descriptive (network) statistics. This article aims to contribute to this literature with a systematic analysis that is not limited to an organization, issue or region, but applies exponential random graph models (ERGMs) to data from an original large-N survey (n=342) of participants of global climate negotiations. Our findings indicate that IPAs have a considerable potential to influence global climate policy outputs. This potential influence is associated with the information they provide to regime stakeholders.
Peerreviewed: yes
Access type: Open Access
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