The Resource Beyond Networks - Interlocutory Coalitions, the European and Global Legal Orders, by Gianluca Sgueo

Beyond Networks - Interlocutory Coalitions, the European and Global Legal Orders, by Gianluca Sgueo

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Beyond Networks - Interlocutory Coalitions, the European and Global Legal Orders
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Beyond Networks - Interlocutory Coalitions, the European and Global Legal Orders
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by Gianluca Sgueo
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This book explores the activism promoted by organised networks of civil society actors in opening up possibilities for more democratic supranational governance. It examines the positive and negative impact that such networks of civil society actors -- named "interlocutory coalitions"--May have on the convergence of principles of administrative governance across the European legal system and other supranational legal systems. The book takes two main controversial aspects into account: the first relates to the convergence between administrative rules pertaining to different supranational regulatory systems. Traditionally, the spread of methods of administrative governance has been depicted primarily against the background of the interactions between the domestic and the supranational arena, both from a top-down and bottom-up perspective. However, the exploration of interactions occurring at the supranational level between legal regimes is still not grounded on adequate empirical evidence. The second controversial aspect considered in this book consists of the role of civil society actors operating at the supranational level. In its discussion of the first aspect, the book focuses on the relations between the European administrative law and the administrative principles of law pertaining to other supranational regulatory regimes and regulators, including the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organization, the United Nations, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Asian Development Bank, and the Council of Europe. The examination of the second aspect involves the exploration of the still little examined, but crucial, role of civil society organised networks in shaping global administrative law. These "interlocutory coalitions" include NGOs, think tanks, foundations, universities, and occasionally activists with no formal connections to civil society organisations. The book describes such interlocutory coalitions as drivers of harmonized principles of participatory democracy at the European and global levels. However, interlocutory coalitions show a number of tensions (e.g. the governability of coalitions, the competition among them) that may hamper the impact they have on the reconfiguration of individuals' rights, entitlements and responsibilities in the global arena
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Studies in European Economic Law and Regulation,
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8
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  • Europe
  • Law
  • Political planning
  • Administrative law
  • International law
  • LAW
  • Administrative law
  • International law
  • Law
  • Political planning
  • Public administration
  • International law
  • Constitutional & administrative law
  • Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Public Policy
  • European Law
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Beyond Networks - Interlocutory Coalitions, the European and Global Legal Orders, by Gianluca Sgueo
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Dedication; Acknowledgements; Foreword; What Role -- If Any -- For Civil Society Coalitions in Supranational Governance?; Introductory Remarks; Contents; About the Author; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: A Framework for Interactions Between National, European and Global Administrative Systems of Law; 1.1 Civil Society Networks and Supranational Democracy; 1.2 The European Administrative Space; 1.3 Global Administrative Law; 1.4 A Political Perspective: European Rules with Global Significance; 1.4.1 Incentives for European Administrations to Act in Compliance with Global Law
  • 1.4.2 European Administrative Law, Global Administrative Law, and Domestic Politics1.5 The Cross-Fertilization of European and International Jurisprudence: Judicial Policy-Making; 1.5.1 Cross-Citations Between Courts; 1.5.2 Influence of Common Judicial Approaches on Civil Society Actors; 1.6 Global Civil Society; 1.6.1 The Global Associational Revolution; 1.6.2 Labelling Civil Society Actors; 1.7 Three Counter-Arguments to Global Civil Society. Accountability and Efficiency; 1.7.1 Indirect Democracy at the Supranational Level; 1.7.2 Direct Democracy at the Supranational Level
  • 1.8 The Volume Outline1.8.1 The Empirical Evidence. Part I: Europe; 1.8.2 The Empirical Evidence. Part II: the Global Arena; 1.8.3 The Empirical Evidence. Part III: Minor Examples; References; Chapter 2: The Emergence of Civil Society Networks; 2.1 Civil Society Networks; 2.1.1 The Factors Behind the Emergence of Supranational Civil Society Networks: Global Issues; 2.1.2 The Diffusion of Technology; 2.1.3 Globalized Media; 2.1.4 Globalized Transportations of Goods and People; 2.1.5 The Globalization of Education and Knowledge; 2.1.6 Networked Fundraising; 2.1.7 Networks' Benefits; References
  • Chapter 3: The Interlocutory Coalitions: Composition, Governance and Supranational Stance3.1 The Composition of Interlocutory Coalitions; 3.2 Interlocutory Coalitions and Social Movements; 3.3 Interlocutory Coalitions and Social Networks; 3.4 Interlocutory Coalitions and Trans-governmental Committees; 3.5 Interlocutory Coalitions and QUANGOs; 3.6 Politics and Activism; 3.7 The Dynamic Nature of Interlocutory Coalitions; 3.8 Volunteering and Interlocutory Coalitions; 3.9 Agreements Governing Interlocutory Coalitions: Type A; 3.10 Agreements of Type B; 3.11 Agreements of Type C
  • 3.12 Membership of Interlocutory Coalitions3.13 Global Networks and Transnational Issue Networks; 3.14 Parallel Summits; 3.15 The Supranational Nature of Interlocutory Coalitions; References; Chapter 4: The Activities of Interlocutory Coalitions: Mediation, Rule-Making and Implementation; 4.1 The Focus of the Chapter; 4.2 Internal and External Mediation; 4.2.1 Internal Mediation in the Pan-European ECO Forum, the CAN and CPDE; 4.2.2 The Cases of Alter-EU and ATM; 4.2.3 Internal Mediation in the Consultative Platform; 4.2.4 Internal Mediation in the European Transport Forum and the CINGO
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1 online resource (XXXI, 192 pages)
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9783319288734
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10.1007/978-3-319-28875-8
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Beyond Networks - Interlocutory Coalitions, the European and Global Legal Orders, by Gianluca Sgueo
Publication
Antecedent source
mixed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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not applicable
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dedication; Acknowledgements; Foreword; What Role -- If Any -- For Civil Society Coalitions in Supranational Governance?; Introductory Remarks; Contents; About the Author; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: A Framework for Interactions Between National, European and Global Administrative Systems of Law; 1.1 Civil Society Networks and Supranational Democracy; 1.2 The European Administrative Space; 1.3 Global Administrative Law; 1.4 A Political Perspective: European Rules with Global Significance; 1.4.1 Incentives for European Administrations to Act in Compliance with Global Law
  • 1.4.2 European Administrative Law, Global Administrative Law, and Domestic Politics1.5 The Cross-Fertilization of European and International Jurisprudence: Judicial Policy-Making; 1.5.1 Cross-Citations Between Courts; 1.5.2 Influence of Common Judicial Approaches on Civil Society Actors; 1.6 Global Civil Society; 1.6.1 The Global Associational Revolution; 1.6.2 Labelling Civil Society Actors; 1.7 Three Counter-Arguments to Global Civil Society. Accountability and Efficiency; 1.7.1 Indirect Democracy at the Supranational Level; 1.7.2 Direct Democracy at the Supranational Level
  • 1.8 The Volume Outline1.8.1 The Empirical Evidence. Part I: Europe; 1.8.2 The Empirical Evidence. Part II: the Global Arena; 1.8.3 The Empirical Evidence. Part III: Minor Examples; References; Chapter 2: The Emergence of Civil Society Networks; 2.1 Civil Society Networks; 2.1.1 The Factors Behind the Emergence of Supranational Civil Society Networks: Global Issues; 2.1.2 The Diffusion of Technology; 2.1.3 Globalized Media; 2.1.4 Globalized Transportations of Goods and People; 2.1.5 The Globalization of Education and Knowledge; 2.1.6 Networked Fundraising; 2.1.7 Networks' Benefits; References
  • Chapter 3: The Interlocutory Coalitions: Composition, Governance and Supranational Stance3.1 The Composition of Interlocutory Coalitions; 3.2 Interlocutory Coalitions and Social Movements; 3.3 Interlocutory Coalitions and Social Networks; 3.4 Interlocutory Coalitions and Trans-governmental Committees; 3.5 Interlocutory Coalitions and QUANGOs; 3.6 Politics and Activism; 3.7 The Dynamic Nature of Interlocutory Coalitions; 3.8 Volunteering and Interlocutory Coalitions; 3.9 Agreements Governing Interlocutory Coalitions: Type A; 3.10 Agreements of Type B; 3.11 Agreements of Type C
  • 3.12 Membership of Interlocutory Coalitions3.13 Global Networks and Transnational Issue Networks; 3.14 Parallel Summits; 3.15 The Supranational Nature of Interlocutory Coalitions; References; Chapter 4: The Activities of Interlocutory Coalitions: Mediation, Rule-Making and Implementation; 4.1 The Focus of the Chapter; 4.2 Internal and External Mediation; 4.2.1 Internal Mediation in the Pan-European ECO Forum, the CAN and CPDE; 4.2.2 The Cases of Alter-EU and ATM; 4.2.3 Internal Mediation in the Consultative Platform; 4.2.4 Internal Mediation in the European Transport Forum and the CINGO
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1 online resource (XXXI, 192 pages)
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multiple file formats
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online
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9783319288734
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uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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c
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SpringerLink
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10.1007/978-3-319-28875-8
Other physical details
online resource.
Quality assurance targets
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access
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10.1007/978-3-319-28875-8
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  • (OCoLC)958114151
  • (OCoLC)ocn958114151

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