Multi‐level Governance: a Historical and Conceptual Analysis

@article{Piattoni2009MultilevelGA,
  title={Multi‐level Governance: a Historical and Conceptual Analysis},
  author={Simona Piattoni},
  journal={Journal of European Integration},
  year={2009},
  volume={31},
  pages={163 - 180}
}
Abstract In this paper I perform a historical and conceptual analysis of multi‐level governance (MLG) in order to tease out its characterizing traits and allow for its utilization for both empirical and normative purposes. MLG is a dynamic three‐dimensional concept that blurs and problematizes three analytical distinctions that have been central to the conventional reflection on the European modern state: (1) that between centre and periphery, (2) that between state and society and (3) that… Expand

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