Approaches To Interdisciplinary Ontological Evolution Of Dimensions Of Global Governance Theory/ Küresel Yönetişim Teorisinin Disiplinlerarasi Ontolojik Boyutlarina Yönelik Yaklaşimlar

Hakan Altıntaş, Tan Baykal
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Abstract

This article systematizes the ontology of Global governance or world governance and the processes of their inclusion in policy decision process. Global governance or world governance is the political interaction of transnational actors aimed at solving problems that affect more than one state or region when there is no power of enforcing compliance.

First, We provide an interdisciplinary ontological evolution of dimensions of governance theory and Incentives, Means of enforcement and Planning. Secondly, We focus on three different governance forms. Lastly, We examine on patients with global governance of the organizational structure of the Turkish exporters and importers of textile firms to analyze the effect of transformation will be attempted.

Key Words: Global Governance, Textile Sector, Uni-lateral Learning and Bilateral Learning

KÜRESEL YÖNETİŞİM TEORİSİNİN DİSİPLİNLERARASI ONTOLOJİK BOYUTLARINA YÖNELİK YAKLAŞIMLAR

Özet

Bu çalışma, Küresel yönetişim veya dünya hükümeti kavramının kamu siyasası üretim sürecindeki etkileri ontolojik bir sistematik bağlamında ele alınmıştır. Küresel yönetişim veya dünya hükümeti, ulus-üstü aktörlerin etkileşimi içerisinde ülkelerin veya bölgesel yönetimleri etkileyen sorunların devletler arası resmi işbirliği çerçevesinde çözecebileceğini belirtir. Çalışmada ilk olarak, Küresel yönetişimi teşvik edici unsurlar, planlama ve uygulamaya yönelik araçlara ilişkin açıklamalarda bulunulmuştur. İkincil olarak, üç ayri yönetişim biçimine odaklanılmıştır, Son bölümde ise küresel yönetişim olgusunun Türk ihracatçı ve ithalatçı tekstil firmalarının örgütsel yapılarının dönüşümüne olan etkileri analiz edilmeye çalışılmıştır.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Küresel Yönetişim, Tekstil Sektörü, Tek Yönlü Öğrenme, Çok Yönlü Öğrenme


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