“Innovating Global Governance: bottom-up, the inductive approach”, Andrés Ortega, Aitor Pérez and Ángel Saz-Carranza (Elcano, Spain)

In this Policy Brief authors argue that inductive global governance is a bottom-up mode of organising global collective action that has been successful in addressing certain global challenges and should be reinforced. Furthermore, it can also so be very useful to counter populist attacks on global governments through argument, resilience and efficiency.

They recommend the G20 to foster an increasing inductive or bottom-up global governance in the sense of improving the acceptance and social support for government coordination and IGO activities.

The working paper is available here.