The OMC in comparative perspective: Learning and community-building in the OECD and Nordic Council of Ministers
New Regionalism and the European Union: Dialogues, Comparisons and New Research Directions
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Introduction Research on learning from abroad has burgeoned. A good amount has focused on those national-level factors that promote the adoption of policy concepts from the outside. A second major strand has concerned the international arena, with special attention going to the impact of expert networks, non-governmental organizations and pressures stemming from participation in the global economy.
Nedergaard, Peter and Francesco Duina. 2011. “The OMC in Comparative Perspective: Learning and Community Building in the OECD and Nordic Council of Ministers,” pp. 177-200 in New Regionalism and the European Union: Dialogues, Comparisons, and New Research Directions, edited by Nick Robinson, Ben Rosamond, and Alex Warleigh-Lack. New York: Routledge.