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Once the exclusive preserve of member states, international organizations have become increasingly open in recent decades. Now virtually all international organizations at some level involve NGOs, business actors and scientific experts in policy-making. This book offers the first systematic and comprehensive analysis of this development. Combining statistical analysis and in-depth case studies, it maps and explains the openness of international organizations across issue areas, policy functions and world regions from 1950 to 2010. Addressing the question of where, how and why international organizations offer transnational actors access to global policy-making, this book has implications for critical issues in world politics. When do states share authority with private actors? What drives the design of international organizations? How do activists and businesses influence global politics? Is civil society involvement a solution to democratic deficits in global governance?

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‘Jonas Tallberg and his co-authors have collected a uniquely refined dataset of transnational access to almost 300 international bodies over time, which forms the backbone for the first systematic explanation of transnational design. This path-breaking study will change our understanding of global governance.'

Liesbet Hooghe - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and VU University, Amsterdam

‘The Opening Up of International Organizations is the most comprehensive analysis of the rapid rise and role of transnational actors in global governance. Skilfully combining different theoretical and methodological approaches, the authors show how international organizations have opened themselves to private actors in order to better accomplish their tasks. Perhaps the biggest surprise in this important book is the ‘paradoxical centrality' of states rather than civil society in this process.'

Duncan Snidal - University of Oxford

'The Opening Up of International Organizations is social science at its best. The book is methodologically rigorous, theoretically innovative and of utmost political relevance. Jonas Tallberg and colleagues show convincingly that international organizations open up for nonstate actors since they need their involvement to fulfil their increasingly demanding tasks.'

Michael Zürn - Social Science Research Center, Berlin

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Interviews

Allison, Cherry. IWC Rapporteur of Infractions Subcommittee. August 12, 2011. Cambridge, UK.
Anonymous. ADB Executive Director. November 15, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Anonymous. ADB Independent Evaluations official. November 14, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Balbosa, Joel. ADB Southeast Asia Department official. November 16, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Bard-Bringéus, Veronika. Ambassador, Head of Permanent Delegation of Sweden to the OSCE. November 1, 2011. Vienna, Austria.
Bello, Walden. Former Executive Director of Focus on the Global South/FDC and Representative of Akbayan Party. November 16, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Broadbridge, Nicolas. Official from Strategic Planning and Evaluation Division of Commonwealth Secretariat. August 8, 2011. London, UK.
Brockington, Simon. Secretary of IWC. November 4, 2011, Telephone Interview.
Buentjen, Claudia. ADB Principal Country Specialist for the Philippines. November 17, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Chacuk, Pavel. Human Rights Adviser, Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), OSCE. September 26, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Dreyer, Knut. Senior Police Adviser to the Secretary General, OSCE. October 31, 2011. Vienna, Austria.
Enriquez, Michael. Volunteer Attorney for Philippine Earth Justice Centre. November 22, 2011. Cebu City, Philippines.
Fisher, Omar. Human Rights Adviser, ODIHR, OSCE. September 26, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Flarup, Karin. Second Secretary, Permanent Delegation of Sweden to the OSCE. November 1, 2011. Vienna, Austria.
Fruncillo, Matilde. Adviser on Civil Society Relations, ODIHR, OSCE. September 27, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Iliffe, Jill. Executive Secretary of Commonwealth Nurses Federation and President of the Commonwealth Health Professions Alliance. November 25, 2011. London, UK.
Kalete, David. Civil Society Liaison Manager of Commonwealth Secretariat. November 24, 2011. London, UK.
Kovacs, Nora. Adviser, Office of the Representative on Freedom of the Media, OSCE. November 1, 2011. Vienna, Austria.
Kozyrev, Oleg. OSCE Centre in Astana, Kazakhstan. September 28, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Lartey, Seth. Capacity Development Manager of Commonwealth Foundation. November 25, 2011. London, UK.
Makarov, Dmitri. Coordinator, Youth Human Rights Movement (YHMR). September 28, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Mikusita-Lewanika, Mbololwa. Official from Health Section of Commonwealth Secretariat. August 9, 2011. London, UK.
Miranda, Juan. ADB Director General of Central and West Asia Department. November 16, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Moreau, Benjamin. Chief, Rule of Law Unit, ODIHR, OSCE. September 26, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Obando, Vicente. Local Community Leader. November 23, 2011. Naga, Philippines.
Pedrosa, Aaron. Secretary General of Freedom from Debt Coalition. November 21, 2011. Cebu City, Philippines.
Racamora, Joel. Civil Society Activist, National Anti-Poverty Commission. November 18, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Ramos, Gloria Estenzo. Volunteer Attorney for Philippine Earth Justice Centre. November 22, 2011. Cebu City, Philippines.
Sands, Hanna. Gender Officer, Office of the Secretary General, OSCE. October 31, 2011, Vienna, Austria.
Shrestha, Samjhana. ADB NGO and Civil Society Center official. November 14, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Sitorus, Maurin. ADB Executive Director. November 17, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Sorrentino, Liliana. Executive Adviser to the Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, OSCE. October 28, 2011. Vienna, Austria.
Svedberg, Peter. Policy Support Officer, Conflict Prevention Center, OSCE. October 31, 2011. Vienna, Austria.
Tanchuling, Milo. Executive Secretary of Freedom from Debt Coalition. November 24, 2011. Manila, Philippines.
Vermeulen, Aaron. World Wildlife Fund’s ADB Partnership Manager. November 25, 2011. Manila, Philippines.