Challenges to international and European corporatism presented by deliberative trends in governance

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Abstract

From N. Tsagourias, Introduction - Constitutionalism: a theoretical road map: 'Tonia Novitz reflects on how constitutionalism has been used to enhance the legitimacy of forms of governance. She considers corporatism and deliberative governance within the ILO 'tripartite' system and the 'bipartite' process of social dialogue within the EU. Whereas corporatism, which is about the participation of management and labour in norm-creation, is concerned with output legitimacy, deliberative governance has challenged some of its premises. Deliberative democracy is about input legitimacy but its contribution depends on the nature of the corporatist models.'
Translated title of the contributionChallenges to international and European corporatism presented by deliberative trends in governance
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTransnational Constitutionalism
EditorsNicholas Tsagourias
PublisherCambridge University Press
Pages269 - 303
Number of pages35
ISBN (Print)9780521872041
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Novitz, TA. (2007). Challenges to international and European corporatism presented by deliberative trends in governance. In N. Tsagourias (Ed.), Transnational Constitutionalism (pp. 269 - 303). Cambridge University Press.