Complex global governance and domestic policies: four pathways of influence

  title={Complex global governance and domestic policies: four pathways of influence},
  author={S. Bernstein and B. Cashore},
  journal={International Affairs},
  • S. Bernstein, B. Cashore
  • Published 2012
  • Economics
  • International Affairs
  • Standard works on international environmental governance assume single-issue regimes with binding obligations designed to govern the behaviour of states. Yet many of the most pressing global environmental problems, including climate change, forest degradation and biodiversity loss, are governed by an array of mechanisms—legal, non-legal, governmental and non-governmental—in complex arrangements. Examining the combined effects of these international and transnational efforts on domestic or firm… CONTINUE READING
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