Co-Creating Process in Global Governance: The Case of the Internet Governance Forum

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Nanette S. Levinson

American University - School of International Service

Date Written: 2008

Abstract

There is a need now to focus on co-creation and co-production processes in Internet governance related policy discussions. This paper presents a conceptual framework from research related to such processes in other domains and highlights elements requisite for understanding these processes in the complex, cross-cultural settings of networked governance. It applies this framework to the Internet Governance Forum in 2008, a networked setting including individual, organizational and interorganizational levels for analysis, dedicated to discussing Internet governance in global perspective.

Keywords: Internet governance, collaboration, networked governance, cocreation, co-production, improvisation, network effectiveness, GigaNet

Suggested Citation

Levinson, Nanette S., Co-Creating Process in Global Governance: The Case of the Internet Governance Forum (2008). GigaNet: Global Internet Governance Academic Network, Annual Symposium 2008, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2798392 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2798392

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