World rule : accountability, legitimacy, and the design of global governance / Jonathan G.S. Koppell.Material type: TextPublisher: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, c.2010Description: xiv, 359 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0226450996 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780226450995 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): International organization | International cooperation | Legitimacy of governments | | Law July2016DDC classification: 341.2
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Index : p. 351-359.
Bibliography : (p. -350).
The organization of global rulemaking -- The emerging reality of global governance -- What the design of global governance organizations tells us -- The logic of global governance -- Plan of the book -- Accountability and legitimacy-authority tension in global governance -- Concepts of accountability -- Disentangling legitimacy and authority -- Complementary and conflicting demands -- What makes GGOs different? -- Introduction to the GGO sample and their core characteristics -- Sorting out the universe of organizations -- GGOs included in this study -- Core characteristics of GGOs -- Structure and administration of GGOs -- Variations in GGO structure -- Implications -- Rulemaking in global governance organizations -- Variation in GGO rulemaking -- Patterns of global rulemaking -- Implications -- The riddle of global adherence -- Variations in global adherence regime -- Patterns of GGO adherence -- Implications of adherence approach -- Interest groups and global governance -- Transnational interest group variation -- Patterns of interest group variation -- GGO authority and the satisfaction of interest groups -- Cooperation and competition in global governance -- Global governance as a competitive marketplace -- Conclusion: models of global governance and accountability -- Putting it all together: three models of global governance.
Dilemmas from climate change to financial meltdowns make it clear that global interconnectedness is the norm in the twenty-first century. As a result, global governance organizations (GGOs)--from the World Trade Organization to the Forest Stewardship Council--have taken on prominent roles in the management of international affairs. These GGOs create and promulgate rules to address a host of pressing problems. But as World Rule reveals, they struggle to meet two challenges: building authority despite limited ability to impose sanctions and maintaining legitimacy while satisfying the demands of ke.