Monday, September 10, 2012

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 3, no. 3, September 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • Jakob Vestergaard & Robert H. Wade, Establishing a new Global Economic Council: governance reform at the G20, the IMF and the World Bank
    • Faizel Ismail, Reflections on a new Democratic South Africa’s role in the Multilateral Trading System
    • Sam Pryke, Economic Nationalism: Theory, History and Prospects
    • Garrett Wallace Brown, Distributing Who Gets What and Why: Four Normative Approaches to Global Health
    • Matthew Bolton, Eiko Elize Sakamoto & Hugh Griffiths, Globalization and the Kalashnikov: Public–Private Networks in the Trafficking and Control of Small Arms
    • Furio Cerutti, Two Global Challenges to Global Governance
  • Special Section - Global Health Governance and the Rise of Asia
    • Yeling Tan, Kelley Lee & Tikki Pang, Global Health Governance and the Rise of Asia
    • Ann Florini, Karthik Nachiappan, Tikki Pang & Christine Pilcavage, Global Health Governance: Analysing China, India and Japan as Global Health Aid Donors
    • Kelley Lee, Adam Kamradt-Scott, Sungwon Yoon & Jingying Xu, Asian Contributions to Three Instruments of Global Health Governance
  • Survey Articles
    • Kevin P. Gallagher, Financial Crises and International Investment Agreements: The Case of Sovereign Debt Restructuring
    • Indira Rajaraman, The Fiscal Impact of Trade Tariff Cuts: Long-Series Historical Evidence
    • Parag Khanna, How Multi-stakeholder is Global Policy?
  • Practitioner Commentary
    • Frank Vibert, Reforming International Rule Making
  • Review Essay
    • Monika Thakur, Fragile States: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Reality?