Learning in Modern International Society

Originally published in December 2007411qnrsicel-_sx351_bo1204203200_

Claudia Hofmann engages in a theoretical modelling of international learning processes and the substantiation of this model through three cases from international politics.

She answers two questions: How may international actors learn as a collective? And how may the lessons learned influence actor behaviour and problem solving processes? As a foundation for answering these questions she examines the nature of actor behaviour within a social international system and integrates the diffusion of norms and values among macro-level actors.