'The challenge is who rules the world': accounts and implications of transnational governance interactions Online publication date: Thu, 29-Oct-2020
by Victoria Pagan
International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics (IJBGE), Vol. 14, No. 4, 2020
Abstract: Increased global interconnectivity has encouraged a prevalence of forums that seek to organise and facilitate action towards transnational governance. A body of work has examined such global forums and the theoretical contexts in which they operate but there is little which examines the dynamic interactions through these forums. This article explores the social, political and corporate struggles in the interactions through two global forums, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the World Social Forum (WSF). These forums are pathways through which corporate, political and social actors struggle to negotiate transnational governance as a mechanism for corporate responsibility. The article shows the lived experiences of those interacting to set goals and agendas for corporate responsibility and offers an analysis of how the agenda of transnational governance is negotiated, who is involved and the drivers and shapers of this interaction.
Online publication date: Thu, 29-Oct-2020
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