Governing the Global Land Grab: Multipolarity, Ideas, and Complexity in Transnational Governance

@inproceedings{Margulis2013GoverningTG,
  title={Governing the Global Land Grab: Multipolarity, Ideas, and Complexity in Transnational Governance},
  author={Matias E. Margulis and Tony M Porter},
  year={2013}
}
Since 2008, a series of new regulatory initiatives have emerged to address large-scale land grabs. These initiatives are occurring simultaneously at multiple levels of social organization instead of a single, overarching institutional site. A significant portion of this activity is taking place at the transnational level. We suggest that transnational land governance is indicative of emerging shifts in the practice of governance of global affairs. We analyze such shifts by asking two related… CONTINUE READING

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