International institutions complicate rather than solve co-ordination problems. In order to investigate the validity of this proposition, this text analyzes international policy making as a dynamic process. In contrast to conventional objections against the assumptions of regime theory the argument follows a soft rational choice approach to provide for an internal critique of that theory. Theoretical findings are examined by looking into the co-ordination mechanisms of export promotion policies at the domestic and international level.
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