- Deborah D. Avant, Martha Finnemore and Susan K. Sell, Who governs the globe?
- Allison Danner & Erik Voeten, Who is running the international criminal justice system?
- Aseem Prakash & Matthew Potoski, The International Organization for Standardization as a global governor: a club theory approach
- Virginia Haufler, Corporations in zones of conflict: issues, actors, and institutions
- Abraham L. Newman, International organization control under conditions of dual delegation: a transgovernmental politics approach
- Kathleen R. McNamara, Constructing authority in the European Union
- Clifford Bob, Packing heat: pro-gun groups and the governance of small arms
- R. Charli Carpenter, Governing the global agenda: 'gatekeepers' and 'issue adoption' in transnational advocacy networks
- Alexander Cooley, Outsourcing authority: how project contracts transform global governance networks
- Tamar Gutner, When 'doing good' does not: the IMF and the Millennium Development Goals
- Tim Büthe, The power of norms; the norms of power: who governs international electric and electronic technology?
- Karen Mundy, 'Education for all' and the global governors
- Deborah D. Avant, Martha Finnemore & Susan K. Sell, Conclusion: authority, legitimacy, and accountability in global politics
Friday, June 4, 2010
Avant, Finnemore & Sell: Who Governs the Globe?
Deborah D. Avant (Univ. of California, Irvine - Political Science), Martha Finnemore (George Washington Univ. - Political Science and International Affairs), & Susan K. Sell (George Washington Univ. - Political Science and International Affairs) have published Who Governs the Globe? (Cambridge Univ. Press 2010). Contents include: