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Lecture 7_Global governance

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/11/11 Lecture 7 Global governance and shifting scales
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5/11/11 Lecture outline Changing scales of global governance: from statism to polycentrism The rise of private authority: a global public domain?
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5/11/11 From statism to polycentrism What is statism? What is polycentrism?
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5/11/11 Examples of polycentric governance Take 5 minutes and write down examples of trans-state governance (organizations that involve various states), sub-state governance across
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Unformatted text preview: borders (linkages between local governments across countries), global governance (global/supra-state organizations). 5/11/11 The rise of private authority • The rise of private regulatory arrangements • The rise of private regulation: the privatization of governance? • Contracting out public services 5/11/11 A global public domain? • The interactions between NGOs and states constitute a public domain that produces public goods on a transnational scale....
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