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Governance and its Transnational Dynamics: Towards a Reordering of our World?

Abstract : The transnationalization of our world, sometimes hastily labelled 'globalization', is not only - and far from it - about flows of goods, capital, or people. Nor is transnationalization simply a discourse even though it does have important discursive dimensions. Together with others, we suggest that our transnationalizing world is also defined by powerful dynamics of reordering. Some contributions point to the emergence of an 'audit society' where accounting and conrol become powerful social and institutional practices with an increasingly transnational scope (Hopwood and Miller 1994; Power 1997). [First lines]
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Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson. Governance and its Transnational Dynamics: Towards a Reordering of our World?. Christopher Chapman; David Cooper; Peter Miller. Accounting, Organizations, and Institutions, Oxford University Press, pp.175 - 204, 2009, 9780199546350. ⟨hal-01891980⟩

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