Civil Society Participation in European and Global Governance

A Cure for the Democratic Deficit?

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ISBN: 978-1-349-28220-3 (Print) 978-0-230-59250-6 (Online)

Table of contents (10 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

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    Pages 1-29

    Emergent Patterns of Civil Society Participation in Global and European Governance

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    Pages 30-52

    The Evolution of CSOs’ Legal Status in International Governance and Its Relevance for the Legitimacy of International Organizations

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    Pages 53-70

    Civil Society Participation under Most Favourable Conditions: Assessing the Deliberative Quality of the WSIS

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    Pages 71-94

    The ILO, Tripartism, and NGOs: Do Too Many Cooks Really Spoil the Broth?

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    Pages 95-115

    Civil Society Participation at the Margins: The Case of the WTO

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    Pages 116-139

    Civil Society Participation in International Security Organizations: The Cases of NATO and the OSCE

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    Pages 140-165

    Democratic Aspiration Meets Political Reality: Participation of Organized Civil Society in Selected European Policy Processes

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    Pages 166-184

    Participatory Strategies in the Regulation of GMO Products in the EU

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    Pages 185-207

    Assessing the Legitimacy of European Regional Policy: The Interplay of Civil Society and State Actors in Sweden and Germany

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    Pages 208-218

    CSOs and the Democratization of International Governance: Prospects and Problems

  12. Back Matter

    Pages 219-244