Globalism and Constellational Governance: Challenges for Service in the Global Public Interest

Ian Thynne, Andrew Massey

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    Abstract

    Governance, in the global arena, comprises multiple constellations of communities, institutions and power, with numerous alignments of people, space, place, systems, policies and action. States, markets and civil society are increasingly drawn together through strategic alliances, networks and other patterns of interaction across traditional spheres and divides. Interactions involve communication and collaboration among a diverse array of institutions, the power, structure, operation and legitimacy of which are crucial elements of global dynamics. In essence, there are complex spheres of activity that are variously interrelate, overlapping and interlocking in the service of global well-being.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationMoving Beyond the Crisis : Reclaiming and Reaffirming our Common Administrative Space
    Editors Demetrios Argyriades, Gérard Timsit
    Place of PublicationFrance
    PublisherBruylant
    Pages295-325
    Edition1
    ISBN (Print)9782802739821
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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