The New Transnationalism: Transnational Governance and Democratic Legitimacy
Springer, 24.10.2007 - 260 Seiten
This book explores what the privatization of global rule-making means for democracy. It reconstructs three prominent rule-making processes in the field of global sustainability politics and argues that, if designed properly, private transnational rule-making can be as democratic as intergovernmental rule-making.
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