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Thursday, March 1, 2007 - 10:42
Jonathan GS Koppell
Global governance organizations (GGOs) create rules and regulations in a diverse array of policy domains from accounting to health to communications. This paper is part of a broader project considering the design and administration of such organizations.
Wednesday, February 28, 2007 - 17:22
Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni
This paper seeks to present three key arguments that need to be taken into account during the process of remaking of the world order and recreation of a new global governance architecture. Firstly, it raises the key issue of the African continent and
Wednesday, February 28, 2007 - 11:27
Jan Aart Scholte
Along with the general intensification of the globalization of social relations in contemporary history, has come an unprecedented expansion of regulatory apparatuses covering planetary jurisdictions and constituencies. On the whole, however, this global governance remains weak relative to the pressing current needs for global public policy.
Thursday, August 31, 2006 - 13:38
Joseph E. Stiglitz
Globalization implies the emergence and development of global public goods. The major problem in the current international economic system of governance without government is that no effective means exist for assembling the necessary resources for financing these global public goods.
Wednesday, July 19, 2006 - 13:32
Frank Biermann
This paper introduces the concept of earth system governance as a new social phenomenon, as a political program, and as a subject of research.
Friday, March 31, 2006 - 13:23
Jan Aart Scholte
This paper examines the place of political parties and party systems in providing democracy for the more global world of the twenty-first century. It argues that recent intense globalisation has by no means rendered political parties and party systems irrelevant.
Monday, October 31, 2005 - 04:27
Klaus Dingwerth
This article attempts to provide answers to one specific and one general question: How should we evaluate the performance of the World Commission of Dams in terms of its democratic legitimacy? And what does the evaluation of the commission's performance tell us about the legitimacy of global rule making in more general terms?
Friday, December 31, 2004 - 06:10
Pierre Beckouche
After about twenty years of deregulation, it appears that we are moving beyond the era of dogmatic neoliberalism into one of re-regulation; the opposition between states and markets posited by neoliberal thinking is less and less convincing. This does not imply returning to a nation-state scenario.