Knowledge networks and global policy

@inproceedings{Stone2005KnowledgeNA,
  title={Knowledge networks and global policy},
  author={Diane L. Stone},
  year={2005}
}
In the expanding literature on global governance, scholars have increasingly emphasised the importance of access to, and control over, key forms of knowledge in determining the way power is constituted and used. As authority over global political, social and economic activity is globally diffused among a variety of public and private actors, knowledge networks become crucial arbiters and co-ordinators in policy formulation. This paper outlines the notion of ‘knowledge network’ or KNET and… CONTINUE READING

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