International Relations Theory and Integration
This chapter reviews international theories of integration and delegation, showing the added value of a liberal constructivist approach that brings contested, constructed norms into the equation. It outlines the distinction between constitutive and regulative norms at the international level, and shows how they may be built on corresponding national norms.
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