Neoliberal Institutionalism: On Neorealist Principles with Neoliberal Ends

The paper examines what neoliberal institutionalism means, and how it explains the essential role of institutions  in the realization of9cda2516264d2034 international cooperation and interdependence using realist premises (structural) to attain liberal-idealist conclusions and to highlight the liberal perspective’s optimal outcomes. But in this paper, I also raise the question about the validity of that claim. The theory emerged as a complementary theory to neorealism that initially sought to explain the important role that institutions would play after the presumed decline of hegemony in the last quarter of the twentieth century. Proponents of the theory also attempted to develop a somewhat merger of realist and liberal claims yet does not really embrace both. It recognizes the fact, drawn from the realist perspective, that states are self-interested and rational egoistic actors in the anarchic global setting; but rejects the idea that states would remain so because they naturally are. Institutionalists veer away from the pessimistic standpoint as they choose to lean closer to the optimistic perspective which sees hope and cooperation among actors despite tendencies of clinging to rational choices alone. This combination of neorealism (structural realism) and neoliberalism (complex interdependence, institutions, and cooperation) results to another variant of the liberal school: neoliberal institutionalism.

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16 thoughts on “Neoliberal Institutionalism: On Neorealist Principles with Neoliberal Ends

  1. Hi,

    I was wondering if you could send me the full text of this paper. I’m dong a research for my PhD thesis.
    If I can repay that by helping you in anyway, please let me know.

    Thank you very much,

    Jelka Klemenc, Slovenia

  2. hi,

    I am currently an undergraduate student studying politics and I wondered if you could email me the full text of the paper.

    many thanks
    maria

    1. Hi 🙂 I’d want to share it but thing is, the articles published on the site are not yet copyrighted; therefore, it may be plagiarized (IPR Act). Unless a credible and well-recognized organization certificate is sent, the articles remain private and limited public access. I hope you understand my position. Thanks again for your interest in the paper. 🙂

      God bless! 🙂

      Regards,
      Aaron

  3. Hello,
    I’d be interested in reading this. Any chance you’d be willing to send it to me?
    Thanks,
    Alicen

    1. Hello 🙂 I’d want to share it but thing is, the articles published on the site are not yet copyrighted; therefore, it may be plagiarized (IPR Act). Unless a credible and well-recognized organization certificate is sent, the articles remain private and limited public access. I hope you understand my position. Thanks again for your interest in the paper. 🙂

      God bless! 🙂

      Regards,
      Aaron

  4. Hi! My name is Jenny Milne and I’m doing my thesis this school term. I’m studying in the Philippines at the moment and I was wondering if you could send me a bit more information on Neoliberal Institutionalism as it seems you know a lot about the theory. It would be a great help as I don’t really understand the theory enough for me to use it in my paper. Thank you for your time! Highly appreciated!
    Jenny Milne…

    1. Hi Jenny. I’d want to share it but thing is, the articles published on the site are not yet copyrighted; therefore, it may be plagiarized (IPR Act). Unless a credible and well-recognized organization certificate is sent, the articles remain private and limited public access. I hope you understand my position. Thanks again for your interest in the paper.

      God bless!

  5. Hi,
    I was wondering if you can send me a full copy of your essay. I’m currently doing my thesis and I believe that your essay is very much relevant to my topic.

    Thank you in advance.

    God bless and best regards,
    Grace

    1. Hi Grace. I’d want to share it but thing is, the articles published on the site are not yet copyrighted; therefore, it may be plagiarized (IPR Act). Unless a credible and well-recognized organization certificate is sent, the articles remain private and limited public access. I hope you understand my position. Thanks again for your interest in the paper.

      God bless!

    1. Hi Rezzan. I’d want to share it but thing is, the articles published on the site are not yet copyrighted; therefore, it may be plagiarized (IPR Act). Unless a credible and well-recognized organization certificate is sent, the articles remain private and limited public access. I hope you understand my position. Thanks again for your interest in the paper.

      God bless!

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