Legitimacy, Power, and Inequalities in the Multistakeholder Internet Governance | Nicola Palladino, Mauro Santaniello
Performs an in-depth, empirical analysis of the IANA transition process, taking into account the process design, actors involved, the deliberative and discursive dimensions of the process, and the outputs produced.
Assesses the legitimacy of the IANA transition process on the basis of a set of criteria well-recognized by scholars of transnational governance.
Places the IANA transition in a broader critical reflection about the development of multistakeholder governance within and beyond the Internet Governance ecosystem.
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