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Global stakeholder democracy

Terry Macdonald

Global stakeholder democracy

power and representation beyond liberal states

by Terry Macdonald

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Democracy,
  • Power (Social sciences),
  • Representative government and representation,
  • Political participation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementTerry Macdonald.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC423 .M153 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16699637M
    ISBN 109780199235001
    LC Control Number2008011601

    This chapter begins the task of delineating legitimate global institutional boundaries by arguing that we need to abandon the assumption, entrenched within traditional liberal democratic theory, that democracy must take place within a ‘closed’ society (paradigmatically, a nation-state). Instead, it is argued that democrats should embrace the prospect of a ‘pluralist’ global political.   By , a government-led multi-stakeholder study on global governance summarised the diversity of purposes of multi-stakeholder activities in the following manner: Numerous past initiatives stand to demonstrate that multi-stakeholder cooperation –bringing together representatives of government, civil society.

    In a sweeping, angry new book, “Can Democracy Survive Global Capitalism? ” (Norton), the journalist, editor, and Brandeis professor Robert Kuttner champions Polanyi as a neglected prophet. Born as Michael Nicholas Dodds he took the name Felix Dodds when he was He has been instrumental in developing new modes of stakeholder engagement with the United Nations, particularly within the field of sustainable development. His latest book is Stakeholder Democracy: Represented Democracy in a Time of : Derby, England.

      Samuel P. Huntington showed how democracy spread in three vast global waves beginning in The Allies’ victory in World War II and decolonization sparked a long postwar expansion of democracy. respective stakeholder relationship systems. Therefore, the effective governance of stakeholder relationships is the new global frontier of the public relations and communication profession in which the, however complex and important, process of communication is one, and possibly the most relevant, of the available tools to enable stakeholderCited by:


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Global Stakeholder Democracy responds to these challenges by outlining an innovative theoretical and institutional framework for democratizing the many state and non-state actors wielding public power in contemporary global politics. In doing so, the book lays out a promising Global stakeholder democracy book agenda for global democratic reform.

Its analysis begins with the recognition that we cannot simply recreate traditional constitutional and electoral institutions of democratic states on a global Cited by: From a sociological perspective, the book identifies the organizational beliefs of multistakeholder groups and the likely change in the roles that leaders in government, civil society, and the private sector will face as they evolve into potential global : $   This book examines how the development of multistakeholderism poses a challenge to multilateralism and democracy.

Using a theoretical, historical perspective it describes how the debate on global governance evolved and what working principles of multilateralism are under threat.

From a sociological perspective, Author: Harris Gleckman. Global Stakeholder Democracy responds to these challenges by outlining an innovative theoretical and institutional framework for democratizing the many state and non-state actors wielding public power in contemporary global politics.

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Free shipping for many products. From a sociological perspective, the book identifies the organizational beliefs of multistakeholder groups and the likely change in the roles that leaders in government, civil society, and the private sector will face as they evolve into potential global governors.

Book Review: Global Stakeholder Democracy: Power and Representation Beyond Liberal States by Terry Macdonald. In the book (chapter 6), I suggest a strategy to manage the stakeholders in global programs and projects, by identifying key interested parties, evaluating their attitudes to the project, analysing their positions, mapping the communication channels and increasing their level of commitment.

The Idea of Global Stakeholder Democracy. T Macdonald New Political Science: a journal of politics and culture | Published: Cite. University of Melbourne Researchers. Terry MacDonald Author Social and Political Sciences UNIVERSITY SEARCH. Part of the International Political Theory Series book series (IPoT) Abstract.

There is much talk today of the need for forms of democracy that transcend the boundaries of the nation-state — for democracy at the transnational and/or global level. Macdonald, T.

() Global Stakeholder Democracy (Oxford: Oxford University Press). CrossRef Cited by: "10% Less Democracy is a joy to read. If you liked Freakonomics or Predictably Irrational, you'll love this book. It deserves to be read widely, widely discussed — and acted upon. A tour de force combining the best economic insight with real-world, practical applications.

17 It is important to note that the picture of corporate governance being presented here is the mainstream view of economic and legal scholarship. It does not represent a consensus. An alternative view differs from mainstream in two respects. First, shareholders are not given primacy in corporate governance but are seen as but one group of patrons from which the corporation attempts.

First published Mon Global democracy is a field of academic study and political activism concerned with making the global political system more democratic. This topic has become a central area of inquiry for established literatures including political philosophy, international relations (IR), international law, and sociology.

Corporate Governance and Democracy: The Stakeholder Debate Revisited Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Management and Governance 6(2) May with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Stakeholders 3. Corporate politics – stakeholder democracy PART II APPLYING RESPONSIBILITY 4. Responsible corporate management 5. Responsible operation 6. Responsible marketing 7. Responsible finances 8. Responsible Research and Innovation PART III THE OPERATION OF CSR 9. Standards and guidelines Stakeholder inclusiveness and democracy.

Macdonald, T. (), Global Stakeholder Democracy: Power and Representation Beyond Liberal States, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Macdonald, K. Macdonald, T.

(), ‘Democracy in a pluralist global order: corporate power and stakeholder representation’, Ethics and International Affairs 24 (1): 19 – Cited by:   The involvement of non-state organizations in global governance is widely seen as an important step toward global democracy.

Proponents of “stakeholder democracy” argue that stakeholder organizations, such as civil society groups and other non-state actors, may represent people significantly affected by global decisions better than elected by: 1.

Introduction: mapping global democracy Daniele Archibugi, Mathias Koenig-Archibugi and Raffaele Marchetti; 2. Models of global democracy: in defence of cosmo-federalism Raffaele Marchetti; 3. Citizens or stakeholders.

Exclusion, equality and legitimacy in global stakeholder democracy. Several stakeholder theorists raised this issue of stakeholder control (Evan & Freeman, ;Hendry, ) or stakeholder democracy (Matten & Crane, ) to the level of corporate governance; in.

ADVERTISEMENTS: Globalization: Effects of Democracy on Globalization. Like all other social systems, the system of democracy has also not remained untouched by the recent phenomenon of globalization.

In its train, it has brought many good as well as bad effects for democracy. When a question is asked, why are many unhappy with the very political [ ]. The Stakeholder Society is an outstanding, paradigmatic example of what is needed."—Philippe Van Parijs, Professor of Economics and Social Ethics, Université catholique de Louvain "A major book that will serve as a vital provocation to a nation in desperate need of civil civic debate."—Benjamin R.

Barber, director, The Walt Whitman Center.This chapter argues that achieving legitimate social choice in global politics requires the establishment of a decision-making process involving deliberation among multi-stakeholder representatives, which could redress the weaknesses of the nation-state model in crucial ways.

It begins by outlining the key institutional features of the ‘multi-stakeholder’ model, and explaining how it can.Stakeholder Engagement 10 Sample Stakeholder Engagement Plan Program issue Develop plan (including M&E plan) to scale-up PMTCT programs throughout health system Proposed activity Convene stakeholders to identify priorities based on available data and develop action plan Date November Stakeholder organization, group or individual.