オーケストレーション神戸ワークショップ(6月23・24日)開催のお知らせ(2017.06.01)

国際ワークショップ「多中心的ガバナンスにおけるオーケストレーション-その可能性と課題」
2017
623日(15:00-18:00)24(13:00-16:00) 
於:神戸大学国際協力研究科1F大会議室 
ウェブサイト:http://orchestrationwskobe.tk/

現 代の複雑なグローバル・ガバナンスをいかに的確に把握し、現実の問題に対処していくべきか。本ワークショップでは、ソフトで間接的なガバナンス・モードで ある「オーケストレーション」を鍵として、この問題を探究します。「オーケストレーション」概念・理論を創始したケネス・アボット氏とダンカン・スナイダ ル氏をお迎えし、多様な主体が関与するグローバル・ガバナンスにおける国家、国際機関、NGO、企業等の新たな役割について論じていただきます。二日目は、国内の研究者が、腐敗防止、企業と人権、サステナビリティをめぐるオーケストレーションについて多様な角度から論じます。

報告者:ケネス・W・アボット(アリゾナ州立大学)
    ダンカン・スナイダル(オックスフォード大学)
    山田高敬(名古屋大学)
    内記香子(大阪大学)
    西谷真規子(神戸大学)

司会:古城佳子(東京大学)
討論:古城佳子(東京大学)、大芝亮(青山学院大学)、山田敦(一橋大学)
   二日目はアボット氏とスナイダル氏も討論者として登壇します。

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西谷真規子(神戸大学大学院国際協力研究科・准教授)
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Workshop “Orchestration in Polycentric Governance: Possibilities and Challenges”

 Since the mid-1990s, we have seen an increasing number of polycentric governance systems which are characterized by a diversity of stakeholders, including civil society organizations (CSOs), private sector, international organizations (IOs) as well as states. The concept of orchestration was recently introduced in the field of international relations by Kenneth Abbott and Duncan Snidal, as an essential component of the polycentric governance. An orchestrator enlists and steers diverse stakeholders toward achieving governance goals, and by doing so, is expected to strengthen the capability and legitimacy of relevant actors, while enhancing the governance system.
 Although public regulators (states and IOs) in the international arena suffer from “orchestration deficit,” orchestrations have been observed in various fields, ranging from environment, development, commerce, health, human rights, criminal justice, to security. The edited volume International Organizations as Orchestrators, published in 2015, discusses conditions under which IOs are likely to orchestrate, and demonstrates that the concept of orchestration is a promising tool to analyze what IOs can do to effectively manage global governance, under the constraints of public resources. However, it also reveals some challenges, as the theory comes short of addressing variations of orchestration under different conditions, and measuring impacts of orchestration on the global governance system. The purpose of this workshop is to discuss possibilities and challenges of the concept of orchestration in order to grasp today’s global governance accurately and to search for innovative and feasible ways to tackle with global problems.


June 23(Fri):
             
15:00-16:00
                          Kenneth W. Abbott (Arizona State University)
                          Duncan Snidal (Oxford University)
                    “Orchestration as an approach to (global) governance”

              16:00-16:15 Coffee Break
              16:15-18:00 Discussion

      24(Sat):
               13:00-14:00
                       Makiko Nishitani (Kobe University)
                   “Orchestrating Global Polycentric Governance for Fight Against Corruption”
                       Takahiro Yamada (Nagoya University)
                      “Orchestration and Policy Innovation in Polycentric Global
                      
Governance:Promoting Experiments in Business and Human Rights”
                       Yoshiko Naiki (Osaka University)
                       “The New Orchestrators in Transnational Sustainability Governance: 
                         Explaining the Role of International Trade Centre’s Standards Map”

              14:00-14:15 Coffee Break
              14:15-16:00 Discussion


 Chair/Discussant: Yoshiko Kojo (University of Tokyo)
 Discussants: Ryo Oshiba (Aoyama Gakuin University)
                         Atsushi Yamada (Hitotsubashi University)
            Kenneth W. Abbott (Arizona State University)
                         Duncan Snidal(Oxford University)

 * Venue: Conference Room, 1F of the Graduate School of Cooperation Studies (GSICS) 
                  Building, Rokkodai Campus, Kobe University
  http://www.gsics.kobe-u.ac.jp/ja/rokkodai.html

 * Language: English

 * In order to facilitate the preparations, we would very much appreciate your online
   registration at our website no later than June 19th.
   http://orchestrationwskobe.tk/

 * Papers will be made available at the website on June 13th.