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This Handbook presents an authoritative and innovative overview of this fascinating field, with particular emphasis on the significant new and emerging concepts and theoretical issues. Divided into four parts, the first explores the major theories influencing current thinking and shaping future research in the field of governance. Part two deals specifically with issues surrounding new theories - the changing role of the state and the emerging function of networks and of alternative domains of governance. Parts three and four then go on to consider the implications for managing governance and recent attempts to rethink democracy and citizenship in ways that are less tied to the formal institutions of the state

Global Governance
Global governance

The term ‘global governance’ is a product of the post-cold war era (Hewson and Sinclair, 1999: 3). It emerged in the late 1980s, notably in the pioneering work of James Rosenau (1987). But it did not enter common usage until the late 1990s. Its acceptance became clear in 1995 when the United Nations Commission on Global ...

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