Transnational governance and the role of well-informed communities which provid expertise

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Marie-Laure DJELIC

Professor, Director, Centre for capitalism, globalisation and governance, ESSEC business school

Seminar Company cultures and managements | Monday May 30, 2011 - 17h - 19h

Are we witnessing the decline of the nation-state ? It was once the only legitimate source of power capable of enacting and enforcing laws. Today, it is facing competition from bizarre bodies which are poorly defined in law, and various nomadic communities which are attempting to set themselves apart from institutional domination. These transnational communities were created by a few individuals who were determined to assert their convictions, and to explore the unchartered territory of new global issues. They are discreetly adopting new practices which are already changing the landscape and are upsetting our normal relationships with centralised authority.

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