Thursday, April 25, 2013

New Issue: Global Society

The latest issue of Global Society (Vol. 27, no. 2, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Michael Moran & Michael Stevenson, Illumination and Innovation: What Philanthropic Foundations Bring to Global Health Governance
  • Jeremy Youde, The Rockefeller and Gates Foundations in Global Health Governance
  • Christian Enemark, Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis: Security, Ethics and Global Health
  • Andrew F. Cooper, Civil Society Relationships with the G20: An Extension of the G8 Template or Distinctive Pattern of Engagement?
  • William Vlcek, The Global Pursuit of Tax Revenue: Would Tax Haven Reform Equal Increased Tax Revenues in Developing States?
  • Feyzi Baban, Cosmopolitan Europe: Border Crossings and Transnationalism in Europe
  • Alexandria J. Innes, International Migration as Criminal Behaviour: Shifting Responsibility to the Migrant in Mexico–US Border Crossings