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Sub-theme 03: [SWG] When Civil Society Re-enchants the World: Changing Society by Governing the Common Good

Convenors:
Stefan Einarsson, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Philippe Eynaud, Sorbonne Graduate Business School, France
Marta Reuter, Stockholm University, Sweden
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, FH - 1.B31
Theorizing Civil Society and the Common Good
Chair: Marta Reuter
Michael J. Roy, Pascal Dey and Simon Teasdale
Polanyi, the social economy and the democratic organisation of society
Discussant(s): Dominik Karner, Florentine Maier and Michael Meyer
Dominik Karner, Florentine Maier and Michael Meyer
In the shadow of world polity: Spatial narratives of civil society organizations
Discussant(s): Michael J. Roy, Pascal Dey and Simon Teasdale
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, FH - 1.B31
Governing Organizations
Chair: Stefan Einarsson
Frederik Claeye and Tiina Kontinen
Hybrid good governance in African NGOs? Theoretical elaboration and illustrations from South-Africa and Tanzania
Discussant(s): Evan Mistur and Mallory E. Flowers
Evan Mistur and Mallory Flowers
Sponsoring sustainability: The influence of stakeholder configurations on the institutional design of ecolabels
Discussant(s): David Falk, Torbjörn Einarsson and Filip Wijkström
David Falk, Torbjörn Einarsson and Filip Wijkström
Nonprofit leaders & managers: Their educational and career backpacks
Discussant(s): Frederik Claeye and Tiina Kontinen
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, FH - 1.B31
Governing the Commons and the Public Good
Chair: Liesbet Heyse
Daniel Arenas, Joan Rodon and Mireia Yter
Governing the digital commons: The case of a telecommunications community network
Discussant(s): Erik Sjöstrand
Erik Sjöstrand
State-civil society relations as shared understandings in strategic action fields
Discussant(s): Hervé Dumez, Mourad Hannachi and Nathalie Raulet-Croset
Hervé Dumez, Mourad Hannachi and Nathalie Raulet-Croset
How can an alternative to the state/market opposition become legitimate. The case of water as a common good in Naples
Discussant(s): Daniel Arenas, Joan Rodon and Mireia Yter
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, FH - 1.B31
Cross-sectoral and Transnational Governance
Chair: Philippe Eynaud
Reinhard Millner and Michael Meyer
Social Impact Bonds: Aligning Interests or Pulling Someone Over the Barrel?
Discussant(s): Marta Reuter, Filip Wijkström and Daniel Semper
Marta Reuter, Daniel Semper and Filip Wijkström
Intermediary Organizations in the Game of Open Access: Three Functions of Transnational Field Governance
Discussant(s): Liesbet Heyse, Aurora Krogh and Nina Hansen
Liesbet Heyse, Aurora Krogh and Nina Hansen
Governing the labor market integration of refugees in the Netherlands through cooperation networks of local governments and civil society
Discussant(s): Reinhard Millner and Michael Meyer
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, FH - 1.B31
Round-table Panel on Nonprofit Governance
Chair: Marta Reuter
Elisabeth S. Clemens
At the boundaries of the political: Nonprofits and the possibilities for choice, mobilization, and arbitrage
Discussant(s): Marta Reuter
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, FH - 1.B31
Governing Identities and Organizations
Chair: Philippe Eynaud
Daniel King, Martyn Griffin and Simon Pek
Governing the common good: The possibilities of sociocracy as a way of governing civil society organizations
Discussant(s): Stefan Einarsson and Marta Reuter
Pelle Åberg, Stefan Einarsson and Marta Reuter
Organizational identity of think tank(er)s – A constant (re)negotiation
Discussant(s): Devyani Mourya
Devyani Mourya
Agency and identity of a volunteer in teaching program formed in the context of larger social realities: A case of ‘Vidhyadaan’ volunteer program
Discussant(s): Daniel King, Martyn Griffin and Simon Pek
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, FH - 1.B31
Governance Challenges
Chair: Stefan Einarsson
Sergej Ljubownikow and Jo Crotty
Achieving legitimacy in challenging institutional contexts: The case of Russian non-profits
Discussant(s): Laura Aufrère
Laura Aufrère
Organizing of a cultural commons: The case of an artist-run space
Discussant(s): Nathalie Lallemand-Stempak and Rémi Bourguignon
Nathalie Lallemand-Stempak and Rémi Bourguignon
Changing the rules of governance without breaking them: The case of youth and popular education associations (MJC) in France
Discussant(s): Sergej Ljubownikow