Il governo dei processi globali: attori e istituzioni della global governance

Author/s Mathias Koening-Archibugi
Publishing Year 2004 Issue 2003/2-3
Language Italian Pages 20 P. File size 80 KB
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The article surveys recent work on global governance and proposes a conceptual framework for thinking about supranational and transnational governance arrangements. It discusses the sources of scepticism about the idea of governance beyond the state and examines the contribution of institutionalist theories of international regimes to the study of global governance. The article shows that much recent research departs from the state-centric approach of regime theory by focusing on the contribution of nonstate actors to the management of global issues. What emerges from this body of research is a mixed picture of the actual influence of nongovernmental organizations, business actors and supranational bureacracies. However, scholars studying global governance can no longer afford to neglect the role of these actors in global policy making. The article suggests a typology of governance structures that is sensitive to the complexity of global governance in this and other key dimensions.

Mathias Koening-Archibugi, Il governo dei processi globali: attori e istituzioni della global governance in "TEORIA POLITICA" 2-3/2003, pp , DOI: