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`This coherent and rich publication is of relevance to the practitioner, as well as the academic and the advanced student.' -- Gregor Schusterschitz, ZOER Journal of Public Law `Each chapter offers an up-to-date, concise discussion of a highly relevant topic, enriched with a wealth of references to source materials. As such, this book is a highly convenient starting point for research on current issues relating to international organizations and is recommended to academics and practitioners alike.' -- Eckhard Hellbeck, American Society for International Law `. . . this Research Handbook on the law of international organisations is certainly a must-have for any serious student of international organisations. . . it is an unprecedented and systematic effort at presenting the state of the art of the legal research on international organisations, with an original perspective, that of the functionalism v. constitutionalism debate.' -- Nicolas Hachez, Common Market Law Review `This timely book, with carefully selected contributions from many eminent international law scholars and practitioners, offers a rich theoretical as well as practical approach to understanding contemporary international organizations, especially in light of increased emphasis on issues of reform, constitutionalism and globalization. It speaks to key issues in the field with erudition and clarity. Among the issues comprehensively discussed are: personality, privileges and immunities, responsibility, decision-making procedures and dissolution and succession of international organizations. This book will be of great utility not only to international organizations and their staff, but also to academics, policy makers and those concerned with the very important and specialized field of international organizations law.' -- Edward Kwakwa, World Intellectual Property Organization
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Edited by Jan Klabbers, Erik Castren Institute, Faculty of Law and Asa Wallendahl, Centre of Excellence in Global Governance Research, University of Helsinki, Finland
Contents: Preface Jan Klabbers and Asa Wallendahl PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Contending Approaches to International Organizations: Between Functionalism and Constitutionalism Jan Klabbers PART II: GENERAL ISSUES 2. Personality of International Organizations Tarcisio Gazzini 3. Reasoning on Powers of Organizations Viljam Engstroem 4. Membership in International Organizations Konstantinos D. Magliveras 5. Financing International Institutions Thordis Ingadottir 6. Privileges and Immunities August Reinisch 7. International Organiazations - Institutions and Organs Inger OEsterdahl 8. International Organizations as Law-makers Jan Wouters and Philip De Man 9. Decision-making Nigel D. White 10. Dispute Settlement Kirsten Schmalenbach 11. International Organizations and Treaties: Contractual Freedom and Institutional Constraint Catherine Broelmann 12. Preparing Articles on Responsibility of International Organizations: Does the International Law Commission Take International Organizations Seriously? A Mid-term Review Niels M. Blokker 13. Dissolution and Succession: The Transmigration of the Soul of International Organizations Ramses A. Wessel PART III: SPECIAL ISSUES 14. Ultra Vires Acts of International Organizations Enzo Cannizzaro and Paolo Palchetti 15. Deformalization of International Organizations Law Jarna Petman 16. Reflections on Institutional Design - Especially Treaty Bodies Geir Ulfstein 17. The EU as (More Than) an International Organization Joxerramon Bengoetxea 18. The United Nations Sabine von Schorlemer Index