Transnational Governance: Institutional Dynamics of Regulation (Google eBook)

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Marie-Laure Djelic, Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson
Cambridge University Press, Aug 10, 2006 - Business & Economics - 462 pages
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Globalization involves a profound re-ordering of our world with the proliferation everywhere of rules and transnational modes of governance. This book examines how this governance is formed, changes and stabilizes. Building on a rich and varied set of empirical cases, it explores transnational rules and regulations and the organizing, discursive and monitoring activities that frame, sustain and reproduce them. Beginning from an understanding of the powerful structuring forces that embed and form the context of transnational regulatory activities, the book scrutinizes the actors involved, how they are organized, how they interact and how they transform themselves to adapt to this new regulatory landscape. A powerful analysis of the modes and logics of transnational rule-making and rule-monitoring closes the book. This authoritative resource offers ideal reading for all academic researchers and graduate students of governance and regulation.
  

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Marie-Laure Djelic is Professor of Management at ESSEC Business School, Paris.

Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson is Professor of Management at Uppsala University, Sweden.

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