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Fears of Peers? Explaining Peer and Public Shaming in Global Governance

Journal article
Authors Valentina Carraro
Thomas Conzelmann
Hortense Jongen
Published in Cooperation and Conflict
Volume 54
Issue 3
Pages 335-355
ISSN 0010-8367
Publication year 2019
Published at School of Global Studies
Pages 335-355
Language en
Links https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pd...
Keywords Anti-corruption policy, human rights, international authority, naming and shaming, peer review, trade and economic polic
Subject categories Political Science (excluding Public Administration Studies and Globalization Studies)

Abstract

This article conducts a comparative analysis of peer and public pressure in peer reviews among states. Arguing that such pressure is one increasingly important form of shaming in global politics, we seek to understand the extent to which five different peer reviews exert peer and public pressure and how possible variation among them can be explained. Our findings are based on responses to an original survey and semi-structured interviews among participants in the reviews. We find that peer and public pressure exist to different degrees in the peer reviews under study. Such differences cannot be explained by the policy area under review or the international organization in which peer reviews are organized. Likewise, the expertise of the actors involved in a peer review or perceptions of the legitimacy of peer review as a monitoring instrument do not explain the variation. Instead, we find that institutional factors and the acceptance of peer and public pressure among the participants in a peer review offer the best explanations.

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