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Legitimacy and Governance. Bruce Gilley, Associate Professor and Director of Ph.D. Program in Public Affairs and Policy, Portland State University. Brainstorm. “ Legitimacy ( Sự chính danh) ( 合法性 ) in governance means governance that is…”. Dimensions of legitimacy. Meaning – definition?

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Legitimacy and governance

Legitimacy and Governance

Bruce Gilley, Associate Professor and Director of Ph.D. Program in Public Affairs and Policy, Portland State University


Brainstorm
Brainstorm

  • “Legitimacy (Sự chính danh) (合法性) in governance means governance that is…”


Dimensions of legitimacy
Dimensions of legitimacy

  • Meaning – definition?

  • Objects – of what?

  • Subjects – by who?

  • Consequences – why?

  • Process – how?


Meaning
Meaning

  • Legal – according to rules

  • Ethical – according to ethical and normative expectations

  • Consensual – with the expressed consent of those affected


Objects
Objects

  • Overall governing system

  • Specific institution or ideology

  • Leader/party

  • Policy

  • Governing process

  • Specific act


Subjects
Subjects

  • Politically powerful actors

  • New economic groups

  • International partners/donors

  • All citizens/stakeholders


Consequences
Consequences

  • Successful legitimation leads to policy and political:

  • Rationality

  • Compliance

  • Resilience

  • Capacity

  • Performance


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Process leadership
Process: Leadership

  • Anticipating social demands

  • Managing social pluralism

  • Strengthening policy capacity/strategy

  • Institutional/ideological adaptation

  • Trust initiatives with society

  • Communication and publicity

  • Recognizing legitimation failures