2.2 Institutions, nations and distributed organisation and control
(the Westphalian Paradox)
Through the Westphalian treaty (1648) a legal agreement was set up, which gave to nation/states the power to define their policies and take their...
Differences between institutions and organisational systems
Problems of cohesion at different structural levels, accounting for distribution of resources and availability of capabilities at all these levels
Hierarchical and heterarchical- recursive- organisation structures and their implications for global policy process
Overcoming nationalisms and ideological constraints in the future of society