Friday, February 28, 2014

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 5, no. 1, February 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • Simon Dalby, Rethinking Geopolitics: Climate Security in the Anthropocene
    • Fred Gale, Four Models of Interest Mediation in Global Environmental Governance
    • Helmut K. Anheier, Institutional Voids and the Role of Civil Society: the Case of Global Finance
    • Hakan Seckinelgin & Jennifer F. Klot, From Global Policy to Local Knowledge: What is the Link between Women's Formal Political Participation and Gender Equality in Conflict-affected Contexts?
    • Alexander Krueger, Guy Thompstone & Vimala Crispin, Learning from Child Protection Systems Mapping and Analysis in West Africa: Research and Policy Implications
  • Special Section - Geotechnology: A 21st Century Paradigm
    • Parag Khanna, Geotechnology and Global Change
    • Robert Atkinson, Designing a Global Trading System to Maximize Innovation
    • Carter W. Page, The Impact of Innovation in Geotechnology on Energy and the Environment
    • Banning Garrett, 3D Printing: New Economic Paradigms and Strategic Shifts
    • William Hoffman, The Shifting Currents of Bioscience Innovation
    • Carl Shulman & Nick Bostrom, Embryo Selection for Cognitive Enhancement: Curiosity or Game-changer?
  • Special Section - Globalising Justice: A Multidimensional Approach
    • Gianfranco Pellegrino & Marcello Di Paola, The Climatic Challenge to Global Justice
    • Axel Gosseries, Nations, Generations and Climate Justice
    • Extensive and Isolated Benefits in Climate Change Scenarios: Beyond Monistic Principles Gianfranco Pellegrino
    • Dale W. Jamieson & Marcello Di Paola, Climate Change and Global Justice: New Problem, Old Paradigm?
    • Thom Brooks, The Inevitability of Climate Change
  • Survey Articles
    • Li Sheng, Capital Controls and International Development: A Theoretical Reconsideration
    • John Simon, Onno Schellekens & Arie de Groot, Public Private Partnership and Development from the Bottom Up–From Failing to Scaling
  • Practitioner Commentaries
    • Griffin Thompson & Morgan Bazilian, Democratization, Energy Poverty, and the Pursuit of Symmetry
    • Kyoo-Man Ha , Transition from Exclusive to Mutual Interest Approaches in Korean Transnational Emergency Management