Complex governance beyond the state
This chapter begins by looking at the deepening of inter-state governance and suggests that whilst the outward form of much institutionalization continues to have an inter-state character, the inner reality is changing in important ways. It then considers the many arguments that have been made about the increased role within global governance of civil society and transnational civil society. The chapter then turns to markets and asks what is involved in the idea of economic governance and how this contributes to the debate about global order. The concluding section raises four (open) questions about law, power, the state, and legitimacy.
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