Explaining Varying Degrees of Openness in the Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations (FAO)

Cover: Transnational Actors in Global Governance. Patterns, Explanations and Implications

Cover: Transnational Actors in Global Governance. Patterns, Explanations and Implications

Andrea Liese – 2010

One of the most widely held assumptions in the literature on global governance is that international organizations are increasingly turning to transnational actors (TNAs), that is, civil society organizations, business associations and multinational corporations, in standard-setting and implementation. Yet how can we explain varying degrees of openness toward these actors over time, with regard to specific TNAs and within organizations?

Title
Explaining Varying Degrees of Openness in the Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations (FAO)
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Location
Basingstoke
Keywords
public-private partnerships (PPPs), sustainability, food, Research Project D1
Date
2010
Identifier
ISBN 978-0-230-23905-0
Appeared in
Jönsson, Christer/Tallberg, Jonas (eds.): Transnational Actors in Global Governance: Patterns, Explanations and Implications, 88-108.
Language
eng
Type
Text