Thursday, February 25, 2016

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 7, no. 1, February 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Stephen McBride, Constitutionalizing Austerity: Taking the Public out of Public Policy
  • Lorenzo Fioramonti, A Post-GDP World? Rethinking International Politics in the 21st Century
  • Alex Cobham, Lukas Schlögl & Andy Sumner, Inequality and the Tails: the Palma Proposition and Ratio
  • Edward Whitfield, China and the Great Doubling: Racing to the Top or Bottom of Global Labour Standards?
  • Astrid T. Sinnes & Christoffer C. Eriksen, Education for Sustainable Development and International Student Assessments: Governing Education in Times of Climate Change
  • Ilan Noy, A Global Comprehensive Measure of the Impact of Natural Hazards and Disasters
  • Sash Jayawardane, Joris Larik & Mahima Kaul, Governing Cyberspace: Building Confidence, Capacity and Consensus
  • Chelsey Slack, Wired yet Disconnected: The Governance of International Cyber Relations
  • Mark T. Fliegauf, In Cyber (Governance) We Trust
  • Patryk Pawlak, Capacity Building in Cyberspace as an Instrument of Foreign Policy
  • Samir Saran, Striving for an International Consensus on Cyber Security: Lessons from the 20th Century
  • Ian Hurd, Enchanted and Disenchanted International Law
  • Sangjung Ha, Thomas Hale & Peter Ogden, Climate Finance in and between Developing Countries: An Emerging Opportunity to Build On
  • Bjorn Lomborg Impact of Current Climate Proposals
  • Vicente Lopez-Ibor Mayor, The EU Needs a New Arctic Strategy
  • Johanna K. Schenner, Stateless Persons and the Question of Rights
  • Robert E.T. Ward, Comment on ‘Impact of Current Climate Proposals’
  • Peter Wagner, Modernity, Capitalism and Crisis: Understanding the New Great Transformation