Palgrave Advances in Global Governance is an authoritative collection devoted to clarifying established understandings of global governance as a distinct form of political activity. Ranging across the actors, arenas, means and purposes of global governance, this incisive collection brings order and clarity to a burgeoning literature.
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Series: Palgrave Advances
16 September 2009
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Introduction: Global Governance or Global Governances?; J.N.Rosenau Governance in the Twenty-First Century; J.N.Rosenau Actors, Arenas, and Issues in Global Governance; K.Dingwerth & P.Pattberg Global Governance as International Organization; T.G.Weiss & A.Z.Kamran Global Governance as Configurations of State/Non-State Activity; T.Porter Global Governance as Liberal Hegemony; J.Friedrichs Global Governance as Public Policy Networks and Partnerships; J.Steets Global Governance as Sector-Specific Management; J.Whitman Global Governance as a Summative Phenomenon; W.A.Knight Conclusion: The Global Governance Prospect; J.Whitman
JIM WHITMAN is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Peace Studies, Bradford University, UK. He is general editor of the Palgrave Global Issues series. His latest books are The Fundamentals of Global Governance and (with Sarah Perrigo, eds) The Geneva Conventions Under Assault.