Orchestration: Global Governance through Intermediaries

@inproceedings{Abbott2012OrchestrationGG,
  title={Orchestration: Global Governance through Intermediaries},
  author={K. Abbott and Philipp Genschel and D. Snidal and Bernhard Zangl},
  year={2012}
}
This paper develops a conceptual framework for analyzing orchestration, a mode of governance that is widely used by international organizations (IGOs) and other governance actors, but rarely identified or analyzed. IGOs engage in orchestration when they enlist intermediary actors on a voluntary basis, by providing them with ideational and material support, to address target actors in pursuit of IGO governance goals. Orchestration is thus both indirect (because the IGO acts through… Expand
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