This dissertation examines the impact of international institutions on women's rights policies by focusing on the European Union (EU) as a case study in order to illustrate the influence and the ways in which international factors affect women's rights as a global policy concern. The principle proposition of this study is that beyond states, institutions are autonomous agents that influence policy outcomes often against member states' preferences.
Title-Keyword Indexing of Intergovernmental Organization Materials; Pro-Cite Can Greatly Improve Public Access to IGO Documents Wise, Mary Porter Kirby, Diana Gonzalez.
Computers in Libraries, Vol. 10, No. 10, November 1990