Steering global energy governance: Who governs and what do they do?
In recent years, there has been a growing interest in exploring indirect governance at the global level. However, very little work has considered these relationships in the domain of energy. In fragmented global governance domains, such as energy, the G20 has frequently been identified as an actor capable of steering other actors via indirect forms of governance. Yet to date,we do not have answers to key questions including, what is the range of actors being enrolled by the G20? And what...[Show more]
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