Intergovernmental Organizations between Mission and Market: International Institutional Law and the Private Sector

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Intergovernmental Organizations between Mission and Market: International Institutional Law and the Private Sector

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PRIVIGO

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Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) such as the World Health Organization or International Maritime Organization have always been assumed to work for the public good. Yet, they also engage the private sector in many ways. Some are funded by the private sector or set up public-private partnerships; IGOs themselves act and compete on markets when procuring goods and services or when marketing their own services; and their operations and standard-setting activities inevitably affect the distribution of benefits between private parties. Like most organizations, IGOs allocate costs and benefits, and therewith affect the private sector. IGOs are said to exercise functions on behalf of member states and for the public good, yet the encounter with the private sector may see them act in tension with this public mission. PRIVIGO will investigate this tension, first, by examining how widespread private sector involvement is and how IGO law responds to this involvement. Second, PRIVIGO will examine how the underlying
Näytä enemmän

Aloitusvuosi

2021

Päättymisvuosi

2025

Myönnetty rahoitus

Johannes Antonius Maria KLABBERS
2 407 105 €

Rahoittaja

Euroopan unioni

Rahoitusmuoto

ERC Advanced Grant

Puiteohjelma

Horizon 2020 Framework Programme

Haku

Ohjelman osa
EXCELLENT SCIENCE - European Research Council (ERC) (H2020-EU.1.1.)
Aihe
ERC Advanced Grant (ERC-2019-ADG)
Haun tunniste
ERC-2019-ADG

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Rahoituspäätöksen numero

883417