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|Title:||The Global Governance of Food Security|
|Citation:||Margulis M (2016) The Global Governance of Food Security. In: Koops J & Biermann R (eds.) Handbook of Inter-Organizational Relations. London: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 503-525. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-36039-7|
|Abstract:||Contemporary global governance of food security can be conceptualized as a complex and fluid set of inter-organizational clusters that work on one or multiple dimensions of world food security. Within and across inter-organizational clusters, we can observe variation across organizations with respect to the following characteristics: degree of formality/informality, specialization/generality, organizational mission, financial and human resources, and penetrability to principals and outside agents (Margulis 2013).|
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