Elite Integration and Institutional Trust in Norway - DUO
... signiﬁcant characteristic of elite unity. Institutional trust is a vital expression of both of an awareness of community and of complementarity.
Elite integration then has many dimensions, implying that a particular
set of elites may be integrated along one dimension, but not necessarily
along anoth ...
- Lancaster EPrints
... the English term encouraged many people to confuse, at least initially, the new concept
with the more familiar idea of juridico-political regulation - which corresponds better to the
French 'rêglementation'. Indeed, 'régulation' might have been better - and less
mechanically - translated as regulari ...
How do the Wealthiest Poles give?
... ‘1% tax’ donated to public benefit organisations.
Corporate Foundations also leverage the brand identity of their underlying corporations to raise
additional funds via media campaigns. ‘Hybrid’ foundations might receive donations from their
founders; some of them also conduct business activities.
Hybridity, or the Cultural Logic of Globalization
... covering’’ among radio disc jockeys in post–World War II Italy and the
breaking of the Hawaiian taboo system in the wake of Captain Cook’s
arrival in the Polynesian archipelago. These case studies represent two
kinds of hybridity, the former superficial and historically inconsequential, the latter d ...
The Concepts of Democracy and Governance - Kamla
... classified into the “collectivistic school of thought”,
while John Locke and John Stuart Mill are classified
into the “individualistic school” relative to the
emergence of democratic system of government
which emphasizes equality and liberty of men.
Representative democracy has been variously
conceptualizing continuity and change
... the significant barriers to incrementally rearranging the layout of keys. Yet this
very feature becomes an important limitation when scholars use models inspired
by QWERTY to explain the development of political institutions that may exhibit
considerable flexibility, rather than rigidity, over time. ...
The Role of Citizens in Democratic Governance
... The Constitution of India has in-built provisions to protect the rights of the country’s citizens
and ensure that the socio-economic empowerment of all sections of population is guaranteed.
The Fundamental Rights are critical for democracy while the Directive Principles of State Policy
embody the c ...
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences
... and collective attempts at development, including those of the leaders who are either born, selected, rigged into positions
of leadership or assume the leadership of the country through the barrel of the gun’.
Looking at the issue of good governance over the past years, according to Nwagbara (2003) ...
Hybrid institutions and governance
Hybrid institutions have emerged in response to the increasingly complex problems faced by contemporary society, problems that transcend geographic boundaries and political sectors. Hybrid institutions are symptomatic of the move to new forms of governance in recent decades; the process of governing has evolved from being almost entirely nation state driven to include various non-state actors such as NGOs, the private sector, and civil society.The term ‘hybrid institution’ is not yet well-established or clearly defined in academic literature. This article therefore begins by offering a definition of the term and a brief discussion of its origins. The article thereafter is structured as a series of examples which demonstrate some of the key characteristics, strengths and weaknesses of hybrid institutions. These examples are mostly limited to environmental issues, and have been selected for their value in introducing the concept of hybrid institutions, in that they encapsulate key themes. There remains a multitude of other examples, and contributions from both environmental and other fields are welcomed and encouraged.