Vol 4, Issue 3, September 2013

Vol 4, Issue 3, September 2013

The September 2013 edition of Global Policy contains a special section entitled ‘Globalising Justice: A Multidimensional Approach’. Edited by Valentina Gentile and Marcello Di Paola, it investigates the meaning and possibilities of justice at the global level through articles on the measurement of wellbeing and social progress, and methods of fighting the resource curse. Alongside a practitioners’ commentary on international criminal law, the issue also contains research articles on challenges to global governance, a global poverty measure, and the responsibility to protect.


Research Articles

Thomas Hale, David Held and Kevin Young - Gridlock: From Self-reinforcing Interdependence to Second-order Cooperation Problems

Peter Knaack and Saori N. Katada - Fault Lines and Issue Linkages at the G20: New Challenges for Global Economic Governance

Alexandra Bohm - Responding to Crises: The Problematic Relationship between Security and Justice in The Responsibility to Protect

Martin Ravallion and Shaohua Chen - A Proposal for Truly Global Poverty Measures

Michael Zürn and Stefan Schäfer - The Paradox of Climate Engineering

Martin Mulligan - Rebuilding Communities after Disasters: Lessons from the Tsunami Disaster in Sri Lanka

Special Section - Globalising Justice: A Multidimensional Approach, edited by Valentina Gentile and Marcello Di Paola

Marcello Di Paola and Valentina Gentile - Globalising Justice: A Multidimensional Approach 1. Economics: Indicators and Policy Implications

Jean-Paul Fitoussi and Joseph E. Stiglitz - On the Measurement of Social Progress and Wellbeing: Some Further Thoughts

Leonardo Becchetti - ‘On the Measurement of Social Progress and Wellbeing’: A Commentary

Raffaele Marchetti - ‘On the Measurement of Social Progress and Wellbeing’: A Commentary

Leif Wenar - Fighting the Resource Curse

Survey Articles

Philipp Pattberg and Ayşem Mert - The Future We Get Might Not Be the Future We Want: Analyzing the Rio+20 Outcomes

Nienke de Deugd, Katharina Stamm and Wim Westerman - Supranational Cooperation in Europe

Practitioner Commentaries

David Re - The Glass is Half-full for International Criminal Law

Review Essay

Robert Harmon - The Future of Global Energy: Overcoming the Policy Challenges


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