Governance Without a State?: Policies and Politics in Areas of Limited Statehood

PrefaceGovernance in Areas of Limited StatehoodIntroduction and OverviewConceptual Clarifications What Is Limited Statehood ?Governance and Limited StatehoodWhen Governance Travels: The Implicit (Western) Bias of Social Science ConceptsThe Distinction Between the “Public” and the “Private” SpheresIntentionality and Normativity of GovernanceGovernance and the “Shadow of Hierarchy"Who Governs in Areas of Limited Statehood? The Role of Nonstate ActorsMultilevel Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood: The Role of External ActorsConclusionsNotesReferencesI Insights from Law and History Governance and Colonial RuleThe Colonial State as an Area of Limited StatehoodState Actors and Private Actors: Revisiting the Concept of GovernancePath Dependency?ConclusionsReferencesLaw Without a State?A “New Interplay" Between State and Nonstate Actors in Governance by Rule MakingThe State and the Territoriality of the LawManifestations of “Nonstate Rule Making”Nonstate Rule Making in Microsocieties, or “Governance by Reputation"Nonstate Transnational Regulatory SystemsInternational sports law as a largely independent regulatory systemThe relationship between the state and transnational regulatory systemsRule Making That Replaces the State: The World of Standards and Standard SettersInterim ConclusionsA “New Interplay” Between State and Nonstate Actors in Governance by Rule MakingRule Making in the Shadow of the LawRegulated Self-RegulationEmbedded Self-RegulationHybrid RegulationInterim ConclusionsLessons to Learn: Rule Making and Rule Enforcement in Areas of Limited StatehoodNotesReferencesII Governing Areas of Limited Statehood. The Role of Nonstate ActorsNew Modes of SecurityThe Violent Making and Unmaking of Governance in War-Torn Areas of Limited Statehood Sven Chojnacki and Zeljko BranovicNew Modes of Security in Areas of Limited StatehoodSecurity Markets“Opportunity Makes Thieves”Economic OpportunitiesGeographic OpportunitiesConclusionsNotesReferencesTransnational Public-Private Partnerships and the Provision of Collective Goods in Developing CountriesTransnational PPPs and Governance in Areas of Limited StatehoodMeasuring EffectivenessPpp with high effectivenessPpp with medium effectivenessExplaining the Effectiveness of PPPs- Our Conceptual FrameworkDegree of Institutionalization: Obligation, Precision, and DelegationProcess Management and Capacity BuildingLearning and LegitimacyApplying the Framework to the CasesComparative analysisDetailed discussion of selected casesConclusionsNotesReferencesRacing to the Top?Regulatory Competition Among Firms in Areas of Limited Statehood Racing to the Bottom or Racing to the Top?Why Firms Compete for RegulationFostering Regulation? Corporate Engagement in South AfricaProtecting the Brand Name in High-End MarketsKeeping Competitors OutNGO CampaignsCountry of OriginConclusionsNotesReferencesGovernance in Sovereign Debt CrisesAnalyzing Creditor-Debtor InteractionsCreditor-Debtor Interactions in Sovereign Debt CrisesThe Broad Literature on Private Creditor Behavior in CrisesLiterature on reform proposals for crisis resolutionLiterature on private capital flows in crisis episodesThe Specific PSI LiteraturePolicy reports on psi: the official sector viewAnalytical literature on the psi debateThe ideal-type crisis: three phases of public private interactionsFrom Theory to Practice and Back: Evidence on Public-Private Partnerships in CrisesThe Role of Governance Institutions for Debt Crisis ResolutionHypothesesData and Econometric ApproachResultsConclusionsNotesReferencesIII State Building and Good Governance. The Role of External ActorsInternational Legal and Moral Standards of Good Governance in Fragile StatesNormative Dimensions of Sovereignty Under Public International LawSovereigntyGood GovernanceHuman rightsApplying the human rights standard to the specific situation of fragile statesPublic participationMoral Justification of the Normative Dimensions of SovereigntyPositive Law and MoralityHuman RightsBasic interestsCorresponding dutiesRule of Law, Responsiveness, and Participation as Components of the Rights-Based ApproachGood Governance Under Conditions of Fragile StatehoodApplication of the Normative StandardsMetaproblems of LegitimacyThe Subsidiary Responsibility of the International Community Under Public International LawContents and bearers of a subsidiary responsibilityLegal standards applicable to the fulfillment of the subsidiary responsibilityPurpose of international engagementConclusionsNotesReferencesState Building or New Modes of Governance?The Effects of International Involvement in Areas of Limited StatehoodStrategies of State BuildingLiberalization FirstSecurity FirstInstitutionalization FirstCivil Society FirstMultilevel GovernancePolitical AttentionStrategic Planning, Operative Planning, and Resource AllocationCoordination and CoherenceLegitimacyTransnational and Nodal GovernanceConclusionsNotesReferencesApplying the Governance Concept to Areas of Limited StatehoodImplications for International Foreign and Security PolicyAreas of Limited StatehoodImplications of Research on Governance in Areas of Limited StatehoodState Building in Areas of Limited StatehoodConclusions: Governance Shaping Instead of State Building?NotesReferences
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