Tuesday, September 22, 2015

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 6, no. 3, September 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • John Williams, Democracy and Regulating Autonomous Weapons: Biting the Bullet while Missing the Point?
    • Ramesh Thakur, The Development and Evolution of R2P as International Policy
    • Andy Sumner & Jonathan Glennie, Growth, Poverty and Development Assistance: When Does Foreign Aid Work?
    • Yannis Karagiannis & Nikitas Konstantinidis, On the Conditional Success of International Conditionality Policies (With Evidence from Greece and Spain During the Eurozone Crisis)
    • Kenneth W. Abbott & Steven Bernstein, The High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development: Orchestration by Default and Design
  • Special Section: Organizational Leadership and Collective Action in International Governance
    • Aseem Prakash, Adrienne Héritier, Barbara Koremenos & Eric Brousseau, Organizational Leadership and Collective Action in International Governance: An Introduction
    • Barbara Koremenos, The Role of State Leadership in the Incidence of International Governance
    • Adrienne Héritier & Aseem Prakash, A Resource-based View of the EU's Regional and International Leadership
    • Magnus G. Schoeller, Explaining Political Leadership: Germany's Role in Shaping the Fiscal Compact
    • Walter Mattli & Jack Seddon, New Organizational Leadership: Nonstate Actors in Global Economic Governance
    • Angel Saz-Carranza, Agents as Brokers: Leadership in Multilateral Organizations
  • Survey Articles
    • Robert H. Wade & Jakob Vestergaard, Why is the IMF at an Impasse, and What Can Be Done about It?
    • Helmut Reisen, Will the AIIB and the NDB Help Reform Multilateral Development Banking?
  • Practitioners' Special Section: Private Investment and Public Funds for Climate Finance
    • Andreas Klasen, Introduction to the Special Section: Private Investment and Public Funds for Climate Finance
    • Tom Kerr, Good Fiscal Policy: Governments Using Carbon Pricing to Drive Low-Carbon Investment
    • Karine Siegwart & Silvia Ruprecht-Martignoli, How to Mobilize Private Investment for Climate Friendly Products: The New Swiss Technology Fund
    • Jan Vassard, Kim Richter & Ole Lindhardt, Money Matters on Our Way to a Greener Future: Biogas Plants’ Financing with Export Credits
    • George Otieno, Harnessing the UN's SE4All Initiative: How ECAs and Multilateral Partners Support Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Practitioner Commentaries
    • V. Nicholas Galasso, The World Bank is Getting ‘Shared Prosperity’ Wrong: The Bank Should Measure the Tails, Not the Average
    • Francis Baert & Timothy M. Shaw, Reform Starts Bottom-Up. Can Civil Society Get The Commonwealth Back On Track?