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Governance and the Democratic Deficit

Assessing the Democratic Legitimacy of Governance Practices

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Public Affairs & Administration,
  • Political Ideologies - General,
  • Decentralization in government,
  • Public administration,
  • Public-private sector cooperation

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsVictor Bekkers (Editor), Geske Dijkstra (Editor), Arthur Edwards (Editor), Menno Fenger (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10852739M
    ISBN 100754649830
    ISBN 109780754649830

    governance is inseparable from democracy. In Chapter 2 of this volume, Evans e t al. noted that Australia has suffered a period of democratic decline and the depth of that decline hasAuthor: Chris Aulich. Andreas Follesdal / Simon Hix: Why There is a democratic Deficit in the EU - 4 - 1 Introduction The volume of academic books and articles on the ‘democratic deficit’ in the European Union (EU) is now huge and continues to grow, with ever-more convoluted opinions as to the symptoms, diagnoses, cures and even side-effects of any medication.

    A democratic deficit (or democracy deficit) occurs when ostensibly democratic organizations or institutions (particularly governments) fall short of fulfilling the principles of democracy in their practices or operation where representative and linked parliamentary integrity becomes widely discussed.. The phrase democratic deficit is cited as first being used by the Young European . The “Democracy Deficit” in the Global Economy Enhancing the Legitimacy and Accountability of Global Institutions By Joseph S. Nye Jr. November 1,

      In this essay, which reviews Alfred Aman's The Democracy Deficit: Taming Globalization Through Law Reform (), I situate the book in the broader literatures on globalization and global governance and evaluate the alleged challenges to democracy and due process posed by these twin : Kal Raustiala. “This book offers a timely and insightful analysis about the theories and realities of democratic participation in Europe. Despite all the buzz around the so called EU democratic deficit, the EU offers many, yet underused, avenues for civic participation, including via national parliaments, the Charter, ECIs, and public consultations.


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It addresses different modes of governance at the local/regional, national, European and international levels. The volume assesses the alleged 'democratic deficit' of these new governance practices and as such is ideally suited to courses on public by: : Governance and the Democratic Deficit: Assessing the Democratic Legitimacy of Governance Practices (): Victor Bekkers, Geske Dijkstra, Menno Fenger: Books.

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Bekkers Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., - Political Science - pages. It addresses different modes of governance at the local/regional, national, European and international levels.

The volume assesses the alleged 'democratic deficit' of these new governance practices. It addresses different modes of governance at the local/regional, national, European and international levels. The volume assesses the alleged 'democratic deficit' of these new governance practices and as such is ideally suited to courses on public administration.

The search for new forms of governance has not been limited to the local and national. levels. After the rapid expansion of both the number of members, and the areas of. activities of the European Community during the second half of the twentieth century, European decision-making stagnated considerably.

In addition to deregulation and the. Governance and the Democratic Deficit: Assessing the Democratic Legitimacy of Governance Practices Victor Bekkers, Geske Dijkstra, Arthur Edwards, Menno Fenger It is widely acknowledged that we are witnessing a major transformation of public policymaking, a transformation which has been labeled as a change from 'government' to 'governance'.

This paper examines the democratic credentials of three key international institutions (the imf, World Bank and the wto) with regard to the majority of developing so doing the paper argues that we need to understand the democratic deficit of these institutions not only in terms of input legitimacy, but also in terms of output legitimacy and procedural Cited by: Buy Governance and the Democratic Deficit: Assessing the Democratic Legitimacy of Governance Practices 1 by Bekkers, Victor, Dijkstra, Geske, Fenger, Menno (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low 5/5(1). The book diagnoses the reasons behind the democratic deficit, including demand (rising public aspirations for democracy), information (negative news about government) and supply (the performance and structure of democratic regimes). Finally, Norris examines the consequences for active citizenship, for governance and, ultimately, for democratization.

This book focuses on "democratic deficits," reflecting how far the perceived democratic performance of any state diverges from public expectations. Pippa Norris examines the symptoms by comparing system support in more than fifty societies worldwide, challenging the pervasive claim that most established Many fear that democracies are suffering /5.

Besides these elements, the equal participation of all governed in the exercise of public authority and constitutional freedoms is a mainstay of European “self-government”.

The decision for parliamentary democracy in the European Union (Art. to overcome the democratic deficit of global governance. This democratic deficit is per-ceived more and more as being reflected in government inattention to the demands of global public opinion.

As Raffaele Marchetti argues in his chapter in this volume, civil society plays ‘a key role in democracy promotion through the affirmation of human. Focusing on global environmental, economic, security and human rights governance, it sheds new light on the democratic deficit of existing global governance structures, and proposes a number of tools to overcome it.

It addresses different modes of governance at the local/regional, national, European and international levels. The volume assesses the alleged 'democratic deficit' of these new governance practices and as such is ideally suited to courses on public : Taylor And Francis.

It addresses different modes of governance at the local/regional, national, European and international levels. The volume assesses the alleged 'democratic deficit' of these new governance practices and as such is ideally suited to courses on public : Taylor And Francis.

The contributions share the ambition of highlighting troubling contemporary tendencies where spatial planning and territorial governance can be seen to circumscribe or subvert ‘due democratic practice’ and the democratic ethos. The book also functions as an introduction to some of the central strands of contemporary political philosophy.

The Democratic Deficit in the (Economic) Governance of the European Union. The important question of whether this governance can also become democratic is, however, the subject of a political and academic debate that began only recently.

This multidisciplinary book aims to move this conversation forward by drawing insights from international relations, political theory, international law and international political. Governance and the Democratic Deficit Victor Bekkers, Geske Dijkstra, Arthur Edwards and Menno FengerAshgateHardbackIt is widely acknowledged that we are witnessing a major transformation of public policy making, a transformation which has been labelled as a change from 'government' to 'governance'.Crisis Of Governance: EU Democratic Deficit.

the limitations of EU governance loom large. This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in easily accessible ebook and paperback formats. The collection is newly edited with a thematic focus on the rise of populism and also.The democratic deficit of the European Union von Óscar Fernández A special focus is given to the democratic performance of the EU as a system of multi level governance.

The book also analyzes the various reforms leading to a strengthening of the role of the European Parliament as the only directly elected institution within the EU from.