Monday, November 30, 2015

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 41, no. 5, December 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The Politics of Numbers
    • André Broome & Joel Quirk, The politics of numbers: the normative agendas of global benchmarking
    • André Broome & Joel Quirk, Governing the world at a distance: the practice of global benchmarking
    • Alexandra Homolar, Human security benchmarks: Governing human wellbeing at a distance
    • Tony Porter, Global benchmarking networks: the cases of disaster risk reduction and supply chains
    • Leonard Seabrooke & Duncan Wigan, How activists use benchmarks: Reformist and revolutionary benchmarks for global economic justice
    • Genevieve LeBaron & Jane Lister, Benchmarking global supply chains: the power of the ‘ethical audit’ regime
    • James Harrison & Sharifah Sekalala, Addressing the compliance gap? UN initiatives to benchmark the human rights performance of states and corporations
    • Liam Clegg, Benchmarking and blame games: Exploring the contestation of the Millennium Development Goals
    • Caroline Kuzemko, Climate change benchmarking: Constructing a sustainable future?
    • Ole Jacob Sending & Jon Harald Sande Lie, The limits of global authority: World Bank benchmarks in Ethiopia and Malawi