Vol 12, Issue 3, May 2021

Vol 12, Issue 3, May 2021

The May 2021 issue of Global Policy includes research articles on, among others, climate change and development, China’s investments, researching the 2030 agenda, reform of the Security Council and environmental justice. There is also a special section on migration policy. The issue concludes with policy insights on carbon pricing, digital services and trade, and China’s AI innovations. It concludes with a practitioner’s commentary on value creation in Latin America.

Research Articles

Climate Ambition and Sustainable Development for a New Decade: A Catalytic Framework - Sander Chan et al.*

Chinese Overseas Investment Policy: Implications for Climate Change - Kelly Sims Gallagher and Qi Qi

Treaty Preambles and The Environmental Justice Gap - Michelle Scobie

Academic Research on the 2030 Agenda: Challenges of a Transdisciplinary Field of Study - Antonio Sianes

The Dahrendorf Quandary, Crisis Severity, and Country Performance - Helmut K. Anheier and Alexandru Filip

Projecting General Assembly Voting Records onto an Enlarged Security Council: An Analysis of the G4 Reform Proposal - Jan Niklas Rolf, Niall Juval Janssen and Max Liedtke

Special Section on Migration Policy

Assembling – Not Reinventing – the Wheel. New Developments in the Field of Migration Policy Indices - Marc Helbling and Giacomo Solano

Beyond immigration: Moving from Western to Global Indexes of Migration Policy - Giacomo Solano and Thomas Huddleston

Stagnated Liberalization, Long-term Convergence, and Index Methodology: Three Lessons from the CITRIX Citizenship Policy Dataset - Samuel D. Schmid

Refugees and Beneficiaries of Subsidiary Protection: Measuring and Comparing Integration Policies - Francesco Pasetti and Carmine Conte

Do Diaspora Engagement Policies Endure? An Update of the Emigrant Policies Index (EMIX) to 2017 - Pau Palop-García and Luicy Pedroza

Policy Insights

Beyond Carbon Pricing: Tax Reform is Climate Policy - Jessica F. Green

EU–Asian–American Partnership for a Third Industrial Revolution: Transitioning to High Productivity, Sustainable Infrastructures in the Age of COVID-19 - Vicente Lopez-Ibor Mayor, Fazlun Khalid and Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

Digital-based Services Globalization and Multilateral Trade Cooperation - Erik van der Marel

China’s Artificial Intelligence Innovation: A Top-Down National Command Approach? - Jinghan Zeng

Practitioner Commentary

Mañana Today: A Long View of Economic Value Creation in Latin America - Enrique García R and Alvaro Mendez

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