This concluding chapter reflects upon the broader applications of the theoretical model of Global Stakeholder Democracy developed in this book. It briefly considers how the principles of stakeholder democracy might conceivably be applied to other categories of political actors (such as Transnational Corporations). In addition, it reflects upon how the democratic imperatives arising from this model might relate to other kinds of normative imperatives applying to non-state actors, such as those associated with duties of distributive justice, and those associated with contractual obligations and non-democratic accountabilities.
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