Transnational Governance Through Private Authority
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Author by : Maria S. Tysiachniouk Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012 Publisher by : Wageningen Academic Pub ISBN : 9789086862184 File Size : 52,6 Mb Total Download : 967
This book provides a novel approach for understanding and analyzing transnational governance by private authorities. It brings together theoretical and empirical insights by introducing a new master concept: governance generating networks (GGN). These networks comprise three structural elements: (1) nodes of design, where global standards are developed; (2) forums of negotiation, where stakeholders discuss and negotiate the standards; and (3) sites of implementation, where global rules are transferred into concrete practices on the ground. This concept captures both transnational processes and
Author by : Jessica F. Green Languange Used : en Release Date : 2013-12-22 Publisher by : Princeton University Press ISBN : 9780691157597 File Size : 49,5 Mb Total Download : 254
Rethinking Private Authority examines the role of non-state actors in global environmental politics, arguing that a fuller understanding of their role requires a new way of conceptualizing private authority. Jessica Green identifies two distinct forms of private authority--one in which states delegate authority to private actors, and another in which entrepreneurial actors generate their own rules, persuading others to adopt them. Drawing on a wealth of empirical evidence spanning a century of environmental rule making, Green shows how the delegation of authority to private actors has played a
Author by : Axel Marx Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-01-01 Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing ISBN : 9781849808750 File Size : 53,5 Mb Total Download : 331
'This book draws out the profound implications and transformational dynamics of multi-level global governance of natural resources, labour standards and particularly food safety. the hybrid private-public governance of these supply chains has in some contexts made large western retailer groups more dominant regulators than states. Yet the new regulatory governance is more pluralistic in its flux than a shift from state to retailer hegemony. Governance by contracts of global sway more than government by statutes of states drives regulatory innovation. Legal entrepreneurs and model mongers of ma