Global governance is a key concept in academic and policy discussions. For many, global governance refers to the network of interstate agencies and the rules which order their relations and increasingly shape their domestic institutions. For others, global governance is a more pervasive system of diffuse, often private, authority stemming from globalization, which organizes and disciplines the affairs of communities and nations in the industrial and developing worlds. As a concept, global governance is hotly contested. These volumes illustrate the debates between divergent interpretations, document its emergence and rise to prominence and provide examples of applications.
THEORETICAL BUILDING BLOCKS
DYNAMICS OF GOVERNANCE
GLOBALIZATION, NEO-LIBERALISM AND INSTITUTIONAL REFORM
MULTILATERAL ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS
SOCIAL FORCES, ELITES AND POLICY NETWORKS
GLOBAL GOVERNANCE IN CRISIS: DEBATING THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE
RESPONSES TO GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
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The series spans a broad range of titles with a number of collections covering key areas of this popular subject. Each of the Major Works collection within the series are edited by a leading scholar (or scholars). One of our most popular series, the next year is set to see a growing number of titles added, including Islamic Political and Social Movements.