1. Short Answer questions
1. From where or whom exactly do international governmental organizations draw their legitimacy and to whom should they be accountable?
2. Upon what criteria should the accountability of IGOs be based on? To what extent, how, and why should there be a “pecking order” among stakeholders in regard to such accountability? Should major powers have more say than small states in this regard? Should those who pay the major part of the bill have more say than other member states? Should larger states with larger populations have more influence regarding accountability? Or, what other criteria should be the determining factors?
John Mathiason, “The Accountability Problem: Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?” in Invisible Governance: International Secretariats in global Politics Bloomfield, CT.: Kummarian Press, Inc., 2007, pp. 247–261.
Michael Barnett and Martha Finnemore, “The Legitimacy of an Expanding Global Bureaucracy,” in Rules for the World (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2004), pp. 156–173
Julia Steets, “Developing a Framework: Concepts and Research Priorities for Partnership Accountability,” GPPI Research Paper Series No.1, Global Public Policy Institute, Berlin, Germany; http://www.globalpublicpolicy.net.
Simon Burall and Caroline Neligan, “The Accountability of International Organizations,” GPPI Research Paper Series No.2, Global Public Policy Institute, Berlin, Germany; http://www.globalpublicpolicy.net.
Forrer, John, et al. “Public-Private Partnerships and the Public Accountability Question,” Public Administration Review, 70(3)(May-June 2010): 475-484.
Greiling, Dorthea and Arie Halachmi. “Public Private Partnerships: Accountability and Governance,” Public Administration Quarterly, 36(2)(Summer 2012): 133-139.
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