Governance1 - Evolution of Governance Part I Overview Styles of governance Inclusion of new actors Attempts to create governance entities

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Evolution of Governance Part I
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Overview Styles of governance Inclusion of new actors Attempts to create governance entities
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Globalization Not new Contemporary globalization marked by technology and mutual economic reliance “World Systems” theory - Wallerstein and others - Globalization a process, not unique to present
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Empires Imperial system existed into the 17 th century Leader-centric, not institutions Not much governance, relied on direct rule Resources obtained by force, administration not a significant feature Costs of maintaining order required more resources than available, hence near-constant expansion Not a sustainable model over time
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Development of State Model Feudalism provided more sustainability by creating a system of stakeholders who enforced rules locally Power-sharing, but still leader-centric Resources moved up through levels to proto-state Still relied on force, but used identity (religion) as a justification and means of control More sustainable, but still inefficient
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Governance1 - Evolution of Governance Part I Overview Styles of governance Inclusion of new actors Attempts to create governance entities

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