Les bonnes pratiques des organisations internationales

Les bonnes pratiques des organisations internationales

Asmara Klein, Camille Laporte, Marie Saiget
With Samuel Beroud, Guillaume Devin, Clara Egger , Aurore Gary, Bernard Gauthier, Thomas Hajduk, Dominique Kerouedan, Benoît Martin, Raphaëlle Parizet, Soraya Sidani, Simon Tordjman
The Best Practices of International Organisations

Much like companies, international organisations must adopt best practices in order to improve performance, train collaborators, expand their expertise and thus legitimise their presence within the increasingly competitive landscape of non-State actors.

From the OECD to the World Bank, from UN-Women to UNAIDS, very few organisations can avoid this situation. However, while all best practices are designed to provide experience-based pragmatic advice, they nonetheless may take on very different aspects depending on the institutions and policies they are supposed to govern.

By exploring the emergence and use of best practices in fields as different as health, education, development aid and environmental protection, this volume provides an overview of new tools for international governance, their fundamental purpose and their effect on multilateral action.

Marie Saiget

Marie Saiget est doctorante en science politique à Sciences Po, ancienne allocataire de l'Institut Émilie du Châtelet et  ATER à l’Université Lille 2.


Méthodes de recherche en relations internationales
Research Methods for Studies in International Relations
Guillaume Devin
Drawing on numerous case studies and the expertise of some twenty researchers, this book provides a summary of the main key resources and methods adopted in international relations research, including using archives and databases, conducting interviews, establishing a corpus, analyzing quantitative data, producing nuanced interpretation of images.