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[Kenneth Abbott; Duncan Snidal] Values & Interests: International Legalization in the Fight against Corruption
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论文题目 Values & Interests: International Legalization in the Fight against Corruption

作者         Kenneth Abbott; Duncan Snidal

作者单位 Northwestern Law School; University of Chicago

刊物名称 The Journal of Legal Studies

刊物期别 Vol. 31, No. S1

所属领域 国经基础理论

内容简介 Standard rational choice analysis explains many but not all aspects of the highly political process of international legalization. Because law engages and affects not only the interests of actors but also their normative values, the development and operation of legal regimes can be understood only by considering both motivations together. We develop a simple model of the interaction of “value” and “interest” actors that shows how their different logics of behavior and distinctive strategies drive the politics of legalization—both in particular episodes and through deeper interrelationships over time. To demonstrate our argument empirically, we analyze how various turning points in the development of the 1997 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Anti-bribery Convention can be fully understood only as resulting from the interplay of values and interests. Our analysis thus blends rational choice with normative or constructivist approaches to provide a richer account of international legalization


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