Thursday, December 25, 2008

New Issue: Global Governance

The latest issue of Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Institutions (Vol 15, no. 1, January-March 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Forum: Crisis and the Future of Global Financial Governance
    • Eric Helleiner, Introduction
    • Tony Porter, Why International Institutions Matter in the Global Credit Crisis
    • Layna Mosley, An End to Global Standards and Codes
    • Eric Helleiner, Reregulation and Fragmentation in International Financial Governance
    • David Andrew Singer, The Subprime Accountability Deficit and the Obstacles to International Standards Setting
  • Global Insights
    • Veva Leye, Information and Communication Technologies for Devleopment: A Critical Perspective
    • Khaled Fourati, Half Full of Half Empty? The Contribution of Information and Communication Technologies to Development
  • Articles
    • Élise Auvachez, Supranational Citizenship Building and the United Nations: Is the UN Engaged in a "Citizenization" Process?
    • Mark Beeson & Stephen Bell, The G-20 and International Economic Governance: Hegemony, Collectivism, or Both?
    • Eric A. Heinze, Nonstate Actors in the International Legal Order: The Israeli-Hezbollah Conflict and the Law of Self-Defense
    • David Long & Frances Woolley, Global Public Goods: Critique of a UN Discourse
    • Thomas G. Weiss, Tatiana Carayannis, & Richard Jolly, The "Third" United Nations