Non-state actors in international law, politics, and governance series.
Formatted Contents Note
Choosing the lesser evil : selecting humanitarian aid projects Filling a void in NGO research : understanding diversity in NGO behavior Opening the black box of internal NGO dynamics : an organizational decision-making perspective Towards the reality of humanitarian aid provision : three sketches of NGO behavior Traces of the administrative organization : MSF's organizational features Consequentionality in aid provision : MSF's dominant decision-making pattern Disagreement, commitment, and constraints : MSF's secondary decision-making patterns From consequential to garbage can decision-making : two examples of MSF aid provision to Africa The opposite of the administrative organization : ACT Netherlands' organizational features Working with 'the family' : ACT's dominant decision-making pattern Working outside 'the family' : ACT's secondary decision-making patterns Decision-making dynamics in MSF and ACT : comparison and discussion of research results A look beyond the horizon : identifying steps towards theoretical generalization Complexity reduction through decision-making : intended and unintended consequences in humanitarian aid.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -230) and indexes.
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