Monday, September 29, 2014

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 5, no. 3, September 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • Justin Gest, Anna Boucher, Suzanna Challen, Brian Burgoon, Eiko Thielemann, Michel Beine, Patrick McGovern, Mary Crock, Hillel Rapoport & Michael Hiscox, Measuring and Comparing Immigration, Asylum and Naturalization Policies Across Countries: Challenges and Solutions
    • Swenja Surminski & Andrew Williamson, Policy Indexes as Tools for Decision Makers: The Case of Climate Policy
    • Nives Dolšak & Kristen Houston, Newspaper Coverage and Climate Change Legislative Activity across US States
    • Mikko Huotari & Thilo Hanemann, Emerging Powers and Change in the Global Financial Order
    • Li Sheng, Income Inequality, Financial Systems, and Global Imbalances: A Theoretical Consideration
    • Richard Eccleston & Felicity Gray, Foreign Accounts Tax Compliance Act and American Leadership in the Campaign against International Tax Evasion: Revolution or False Dawn?
    • Ronen Palan & Duncan Wigan, Herding Cats and Taming Tax Havens: The US Strategy of ‘Not In My Backyard’
  • Special Section - Development Banks of the Developing World
    • Kathryn Hochstetler, Development Banks of the Developing World: Nature, Origins and Consequences
    • Deborah Bräutigam & Kevin P. Gallagher, Bartering Globalization: China's Commodity-backed Finance in Africa and Latin America
    • Mzukisi Qobo & Dimpho Motsamai, Developmental State Construction and Strategic Regionalism: The Continental Reach of South Africa's Development Finance Institutions
    • Kathryn Hochstetler, The Brazilian National Development Bank goes International: Innovations and Limitations of BNDES' Internationalization
    • Gregory T. Chin, The BRICS-led Development Bank: Purpose and Politics beyond the G20
  • Practitioner Commentaries
    • William Attwell, The Rise of Cities as Global Actors: What Consequences for Policy?
    • John O. Kakonge, Tackling the Challenges of Postcrisis Reconstruction in Africa: Lessons from the Field
    • Suresh Nanwani, Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in International Financial Organizations: Experiences and Collaborations in Broadening the Informal Process
  • Response to Article
    • Göran Collste, Colonialism, Epistemic Injustice and Global Justice