Globalization and the Market for International Organizations : The OECD Case
The market for international organizations (IOs) has changed radically in the past fifty years, partly in response to te success these organizations have achieved. This paper focuses on one important organization, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), with the objective of ascertaining whether its current and prospective structure is well suited to the new environment of increased market integration in the world.
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