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Legitimacy beyond state?

Eva Erman

Legitimacy beyond state?

re-examining the democratic credentials of transnational actors

by Eva Erman

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legitimacy of governments,
  • Non-governmental organizations,
  • Democracy,
  • International agencies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Eva Erman, Anders Uhlin
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ4850 .L43 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 222 p. ;
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25567674M
    ISBN 100230239072
    ISBN 109780230239074
    LC Control Number2010042574
    OCLC/WorldCa670248226

    In , Buchanan published a piece in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics suggesting that state legitimacy should be tied to states' international actions as well as international institutions' interactions with states. Lukas Meyer edited a book on legitimacy and international law that is reviewed here. A number of different top scholars. Legitimacy. With respect to political theory, a state is perceived as being legitimate when its citizens treat it as properly holding and exercising political power. While the term exists beyond the political realm, as it encompasses sociology, philosophy, and psychology, legitimacy is often referred to with respect to actors, institutions, and the political orders they constitute.

    Legitimacy in the Modern State takes its title from the first essay in the volume and represents a fundamental analysis of the concept of authority in Western society. This analysis of the concept of authority in Western society constitutes a central work in political sociology and a fundamental critique of the process of modernization/5(2). Request PDF | Political Legitimacy beyond Weber | Legitimacy is an essential concept in politics. But what is it? This book seeks to answer this question through adopting Weber’s sociological Author: Benno Netelenbos.

    This book reviews the history of the legitimacy issue in the literature of American public administration with the purpose of demonstrating that this discourse has been distorted by an underlying and undisclosed commitment to an elitist "Man of Reason" model of the public administratorÆs role.   Theoretical Preliminaries: Legitimacy and the State. An appropriate starting point for a discussion of the state and legitimacy is Max Weber (Beetham 8). Weber famously defined the modern state as ‘a human community that (successfully) claims the monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory’ (Weber 78).


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Legitimacy beyond state? by Eva Erman Download PDF EPUB FB2

This collection brings together scholars of jurisprudence and political theory to probe the question of ‘legitimacy’. It offers discussions that interrogate the nature of legitimacy, how legitimacy is intertwined with notions of statehood, and how legitimacy reaches beyond the state into supranational institutions and international law.

VI The Rule of Law and State Legitimacy Martin Krygier VII The Nation State's Legitimation in Post-National Society: A Social Systems Perspective of Values in Legality and Power Jirí Pribán Part III Legitimacy beyond the State. VIII Conceptions of Public Reason in the Supranational Sphere and Legitimacy beyond Borders Wojciech Price: $ Get this from a library.

Legitimacy: the state and beyond. [Wojciech Sadurski; Michael Sevel; Kevin Walton, (Law teacher);] -- Traditionally, legitimacy has been associated exclusively with states. But are states actually legitimate. And in light of the legalization of international norms why should discussions of legitimacy.

The State and Beyond Edited by Wojciech Sadurski, Michael Sevel, and Kevin Walton It offers compelling discussions that interrogate the nature of legitimacy, how legitimacy is intertwined with notions of statehood, and how it reaches beyond the state into supranational institutions and international law.

Legitimacy Beyond the State?: Re-examining the Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors (Democracy Beyond the Nation State. Transnational Actors and Global Governance) - Kindle edition by Erman, Eva, Uhlin, Anders.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cited by: Combining case studies with normative theory, this book analyzes the democratic credentials of transnational actors participating in global governance, ranging from corporations and philanthropic foundations to NGOs and social movements.

This leads to innovative interpretations of democratic legitimacy in a transnational context. Read "Legitimacy Beyond the State. Re-examining the Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors" by Eva Erman available from Rakuten Kobo.

Combining case studies with normative theory, this book analyzes the democratic credentials of transnational actors part Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. Legitimacy: The State and Beyond Hardcover – by Wojciech Sadurski (Editor), Michael Sevel (Editor), Kevin Walton (Editor) & See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Brand: Wojciech Sadurski. This chapter argues that a complete account of a state’s legitimacy must evaluate not only its powers and its institutions, but also its officials. It gives reasons for separate evaluation of officials before suggesting that, to be legitimate, officials who claim a state’s authority must seek to improve the legitimacy of both the state’s powers and : Nicole Roughan.

Combining case studies with normative theory, this book analyzes the democratic credentials of transnational actors participating in global governance, ranging from corporations and philanthropic This leads to innovative interpretations of democratic legitimacy in.

Legitimacy Beyond the State. by Eva Erman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This paper discusses the issue of legitimacy and, in particular the processes of building, losing, and repairing environmental legitimacy in the context of the Deepwater Horizon case.

Following the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe inBP plc. was accused of having set new records in the degree of divergence between its actual operations and what it had been Cited by: Beyond Procedural Justice: A Dialogic Approach to Legitimacy in Criminal Justice Anthony Bottoms Justice Tankebe Follow this and additional works at: Part of theCriminal Law Commons This Criminology is brought to you for free and open access by Northwestern University School of.

governance it addresses: from the legitimacy of ‘traditional’ governance beyond the nation- state through intergovernmental organizations and norms at regional or global levelAuthor: Sylvia Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen.

Part I considers competing theories, in particular the work of John Rawls. Part II looks at the legitimacy of state apparatus, its institutions, officials, and the rule of law, and the future of state sovereignty.

Part III expands the scope of legitimacy beyond the state to supranational institutions and international law. The new edition of this classic text provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of legitimacy as applied to political systems.

Now addressing the issue of legitimacy beyond the state, the book also includes a new introduction and two major additional chapters which update the argument in the light of developments and debates. And what are the new models of governance beyond the state that can sustain the challenge of legitimacy.

This book brings together an impressive array of historians, political scientists, legal scholars and political economists to address these questions and articulate a Federal Vision for the 21st century.

Historically, legitimacy was associated with the state and institutions and decisions within the state. The contemporary literature tends to judge this as too narrow, however. This raises the question how the concept of legitimacy may apply—beyond the nation state and decisions made within it—to the international and global context.

What emerges is a new theory of political legitimacy which indicates how it is possible to move beyond liberal democracy whilst avoiding the authoritarian turn of state socialism.

Schecter points out the weaknesses of the many extra-legal accounts of non-formal legitimacy now on offer, such as those based on friendship and identity. This book was prompted by their accumulation of wide-ranging regulatory powers in the wake of the / financial crisis, meaning that the fiscal state and the regulatory state now overlap and so must satisfy common principles.

It amounts to a series. About the monograph: This book argues that state power can only be legitimized in three ideal-typical ways: a set of values that a state is upholding (ideological legitimacy), recognized political processes such as regular competitive election (procedural legitimacy), or capacity of public goods provision (performance legitimacy).Different foundations of state legitimacy structure .In political science, legitimacy is the right and acceptance of an authority, usually a governing law or a s "authority" denotes a specific position in an established government, the term "legitimacy" denotes a system of government—wherein "government" denotes "sphere of influence".An authority viewed as legitimate often has the right and justification to exercise power.

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