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What is the society centric view

State hollowed out as power move up to international bodies (Marks et al 1996), (Rhodes 1996)

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What Is the state centric view

State still key site of political accountability and public legitimacy (gamble 2000) pierre and peters 2000

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What are the 3 cores of governance

Empirical, theoretical (analytical) normative (bache and Flinders 2004)

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What is governance not

Government

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What is as important as the policy

What led to the policy outcome

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In the society centric view what is meant by moving up

Moving to international bodies

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In the society centric view what is meant by moving up

Moving to international bodies

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In the society centric view what is meant by moving down

Moving down to regions

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In the society centric view what is meant by moving out

Moving to non state

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What does empirical governance mean

Describes changes with respect to a policy area

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What is theoretical governance

Tries to think what are the underlying processes, seeks to establish norms and best practices

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What is governance in the real world

Radical change in state/form role contemporary sciences

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who is involved in real world governance

public private and voluntary organisations, to provide services

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what is the scale of in real world governance

global

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What is the political ideology of thatcher and Ronald Reagan

neo liberalism

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who inspired thoughts of neo liberalism

Milton Friedman

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What was the idea of Friedman

states had become bloated, not state integration

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What did neoliberalism trigger in south America

revolution, larger changes in state and society

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what sector becomes more important in neoliberalism

Voluntary sector

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What is governance of theory

account of society change, for some people governance does not need to go any further

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what theoretical things can governance be attributed to

free market, environmentalism, eco Marxism, deep ecology

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what is the view of deep ecology

all human activity is conditioned by other species

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what does kohler Koch think governance should have

a particular goal or end point

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what do is thought of governance as an end point

governance as efficient, effective, equitable systems for collecting and allocating funds

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what did biermann say global governance was

architecture

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what can governance as an end point be seen as

normative

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who theorised the tragedy of the commons

Hardin 1968

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what is the conflict, in tragedy of the commons

resource use between individual interest and common good

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how is management of environmental resources no self contained

multi-dimensional (economy, society, environment)
cross-border (pollutants, climate, common pool recourses)
Multi-level (global, regional, national, local)

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How is environmental governance temporal

spans generations, multiple actors at the same time