This e-book assembles insights from leading academics and practitioners whose work addresses frontier questions around modern slavery. Key themes examined in this volume include causes of slavery, approaches to prevention, mitigation and rehabilitation, issues of definition and classification, policy shortcomings, and others.
Global Policy is delighted that the “The Big Four and corporate tax governance: From global dis-harmony to national regulatory incrementalism” by Ainsley Elbra, John Mikler & Hannah Murphy-Gregory has won the 2023 Australian International Political Economy Network (AIPEN) Richard Higgott Journal Article Prize.
I and many other observers see the world changing dramatically around us - from technology, from geopolitics, from economic and financial turbulence, from the rise of the rest. We figure the best global thinking needs to be joined up across fields. Yet others might still disagree on both hypotheses. Regardless, Global Policy is the right journal for our times, and what will emerge from its pages will inform debate of global significance.