By Jeanette Hofmann, Christian Katzenbach, and Kirsten Gollatz, August 2014
This paper contributes to the recent move towards a more systematic reflection on the conceptual foundations of Internet governance. It is led by the question of how to define (Internet) governance in a way that is theoretically grounded as well as empirically instructive. For this aim, it mobilizes literature from the broader field of governance and regulation studies as well as sociological theory and applies these concepts to issues of Internet governance.
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Between Coordination and Regulation: Conceptualizing Governance in Internet Governance