Motivation and ability to act and influence
The current state of research indicated that no one theory on international policy making can answer why some foreign non-state actors appear to be influencing policy more successfully than others. Based upon the theoretical premises laid out above, this chapter therefore describes the theoretical building blocks that are used to construct a framework for understanding why some international nonstate actors seemed more successful than others in influencing energy policy in Azerbaijan.
KeywordsSocial Capital Civil Society Collective Actor External Actor Formal Institution
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