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Whose rules? : the institutional diffusion and variation of private participatory governance

@inproceedings{Schleifer2014WhoseR,
  title={Whose rules? : the institutional diffusion and variation of private participatory governance},
  author={Philip Schleifer},
  year={2014}
}
  • Philip Schleifer
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • As a mode of global sustainability regulation, private participatory governance first emerged in the forestry sector in the early 1990s and from there spread rapidly and widely in the global economy. The literature on the topic points to a good fit with democratic norms, neoliberal norms, social movement pressure, and the entrepreneurial activities of civil society actors and progressive firms as the main drivers behind this process of institutional diffusion. Today, multi-stakeholder… CONTINUE READING
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