Corpus ID: 319550

Global governance: Reconstructing a contested social science concept

@inproceedings{Pattberg2006GlobalGR,
  title={Global governance: Reconstructing a contested social science concept},
  author={P. Pattberg},
  year={2006}
}
Global Governance has become a buzzword in the social sciences in general and in International Relations (IR) in particular. Many different phenomena, from the influence of civil society on international decision-making processes to the role of intergovernmental organisations and transnational corporations in world politics, are invoked as examples of global governance. However, upon closer inspection, there seems to be no commonly accepted definition of the concept and therefore disagreement… Expand
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