Patterns of Governance: the rise of transnationalcoalitions of NGOs

Yanacopulos, Helen (2005). Patterns of Governance: the rise of transnationalcoalitions of NGOs. Global Society, 19(3) pp. 247–266.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/13600820500135379

Abstract

This paper explores patterns of governance in transnational
development non-governmental organisation (NGO) coalitions.
Governance is a term that has increased in usage during the
last decade; it has been used in a variety of ways, by a
variety of actors. Here, governance is broken down into two
elements—governance as a purposive activity, and governance
as an explanatory framework. This is an empirically
grounded paper which focuses on the mechanisms of
governance as a purposive activity, illustrated by interviews with four transnational development NGO coalitions. The principal aim of this research is to illustrate the workings and mechanics of governance.

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