Edited by Christopher Ansell and Jacob Torfing
Chapter 34: Democratic network governance
AbstractGovernance networks are one of the most debated and researched forms of interactive governance among governance theorists, and one of the key issues for debate has been the impact of governance networks on the form and functioning of democracy. There are three main positions on the issue: the worried, the hopeful and the enthusiastic. Each of them provides important insights that are valuable for the much needed future efforts to clarify how democratic governance can be understood and institutionalized at transnational, national and local levels of governance in an emerging reality.
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