Transaccess

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The Design of International Institutions: Legitimacy, Effectiveness, and Distribution in Global Governance Why have international institutions over the past decades increasingly opened up to transnational actors, such as NGOs, social movements, and multinational corporations? What are the consequences of involving transnational actors for the democratic legitimacy, problem-solving effectiveness, and distributional effects of international institutions, such as the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Bank?