Use the following to cite this article: Brahm, Eric. As international governance proliferates, transnational corporations, non-governmental organizationsand other civil society groups are playing an independent role in international affairs.
These have to do with the universal preoccupation with wealth and welfare, development, and industrialization p. Strong cognitivists take intersubjectivity much more seriously, recognizing that regimes are embedded in the broader international social structure.
For example, a distinction can be made between coordination problems, where several Pareto-optimal solutions exist and negotiation is focused on distributional issues, and collaboration problems, where the collective aim is to reach an efficient outcome.
However, it is difficult to know how sensitive a state is to relative gains until after the fact and, even then, politicians may have an incentive to lie about their deliberations.
But regimes cannot always apply.
This interest based concept is highly disputed by an alternative theory, realism. International Regimes 8 Strong congnitivists, or maximalists, also put emphasis on knowledge but more on the aspect of the social character of international relations.
Global Business Regulation. International Regimes 1 Abstract This paper authored by Andreas Hasenclever, Peter Mayer, and Volker Rittberger is an attempt towards the integration of three different schools of thought on International Regimes.
Concluding Thoughts A number of other issues, some rather long-standing, remain for further study. First, some have explained the creation and persistence of regimes on the basis of hegemonic stability theory. Although they have little independence, they are important in mediating between interests and outcomes.