International Institutions As Diplomacy Tools (9).pdf - 1.5.4 Conceptions of International Institutions Competing Paradigms Conceptions of international

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11 1.5.4 Conceptions of International Institutions: Competing Paradigms Conceptions of international institutions can be divided into different groups. Such definitions can be divided into roughly four categories: entities as formal bodies, procedures, laws, and norms. Researchers often use the phrase "international institution" in reference to recognized international organizations for instance International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. Equating institutions with organizations became sensible in 1950s and 1960s since international organizations were the primary institutional inquest concern by researchers. With the proliferation of studies on other international institutional types in the previous couple of years but such a narrow conception has become misleading and inadequate, and therefore, unfitting. The advent of research on international systems in late 1970s as well as early 1980s culminated to initial deliberated attempts by academicians and researchers of
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