2 Abstract This paper reviews the range of theoretical discussions of democracy, legitimacy and European integration and suggests how they might be useful in framing practical proposals for institutional change at Union level.
Legitimacy and Politics A Contribution to the Study of Political Right and Political Responsibility Jean-Marc Coicaud United Nations University, Tokyo New SchoolUniversity, New York translated and edited by David Ames Curtis
RECONSTRUING THE WTO LEGITIMACY DEBATES TOWARDS NOTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT [draft only; comments welcome] Michael Fakhri SJD Candidate Faculty of Law, University of Toronto michael. fakhri@ut or onto. ca Abstract: The politics of the WTO in contemporary legal scholarship is addressed through the ...
vii Contents Acknowledgments page ix List of Contributors xi Part One. Introduction 1 Emerging Perspectives on the Psychology of Legitimacy 3 JohnT. Jost&Brenda Major Part Two.
Refinements to Legitimacy Theory in Social and Environmental Accounting Matthew V. Tilling Flinders University, South Australia The author wishes to acknowledge the valuable support provided by the CPA Australia in funding this research through their Research Grant Scheme.
1 "Abandoning 'Legitimacy'? Order, the State, and Neoliberal Ideology" Lisa Wedeen, The University of Chicago. Please do not cite, quote, or circulate without the author's permission .
legitimacy, interest group pressures, and change in emergent institutions: the case of foreign investors and host country governments witoldj. henisz the university of pennsylvania benneta.
2 This is a draft working paper. Please do not cite without first contacting the author. Introduction The concern with legitimacy is central to the concern for strengthening weak, failing, failed, or postconflict states ("weak states," for short).
Examining Legitimacy Gap in Issues Management Applying Expectancy Violation Theory: An Empirical Analysis of Legitimacy Gap in an Issue of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising in Pharmaceutical Industry Examining Legitimacy Gap in Issues Management Applying Expectancy Violation Theory:
Citation This paper may be cited as: Coglianese, Cary. 2005. "Legitimacy and Corporate Governance." Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative Working Paper No. 11.