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Global Governance 2030

Chapter in book
Authors Jan Aart Scholte
Published in Deutschland und die Welt 2030. Was sich verändert und wie wir handeln müssen
Pages 72-81
ISBN 978-3430202718
Publisher Ullstein
Place of publication Berlin
Publication year 2018
Published at School of Global Studies, Peace and Development Research
Gothenburg Centre for Globalization and Development (GCGD)
Pages 72-81
Language de
Links https://deutschland-und-die-welt-20...
Keywords global governance, multilateralism, transgovernmental networks, multistakeholder, polycentrism
Subject categories Globalization Studies

Abstract

This essay reflects on the future development of global governance to the year 2030. Two main trends are highlighted. One is the move from multilateralism (focused on intergovernmental organisations) to polycentrism (with intricate mixes of intergovernmentalism, transgovernmental networks, private global governance and multistakeholder arrangements). The other is a possible shift from market-centred neoliberal global governance either to more protectionist-nationalist withdrawal from global governance institutions or to more interventionism in the public interest from global governance institutions´or to more transformational approaches to global politics.

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