This volume analyzes changing patterns of authority in the global political economy with an in-depth look at the new roles played by state and non-state actors, and addresses key themes including the provision of global public goods, new modes of regulation and the potential of new institutions for global governance.
Autorentext VOLKER RITTBERGER is Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Director of the Centre for International Relations/Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Tübingen, Germany. He has published extensively on theories of international relations, foreign policy analysis, regime theory, and the United Nations system. His recent research interests include reform in the United Nations system and the effectiveness and legitimacy of global governance institutions. He is the co-author of International Organization with Bernhard Zangl (Palgrave).
MARTIN NETTESHEIM is Professor and Chair for German Public Law, Public International Law, European Law and International Political Theory at the University of Tübingen, Germany. He has published extensively in the areas of constitutional and human rights law. His current research focuses on the fundamentals of international law and the conditions and requirements of international governance.
Inhalt Editors' Preface Introduction: Changing Patterns of Authority; V.Rittberger, M.Nettesheim, C.Huckel & T.Göbel PART ONE: NEW INSTITUTIONS FOR GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Inclusive Global Institutions for a Global Political Economy; V.Rittberger, C.Huckel, L.Rieth & M.Zimmer The WTO Constitution, Judicial Power and Changing Patterns of Authority; J.L.Dunoff PART TWO: PROVIDING AND MANAGING GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS Providing (Contested) Global Public Goods; I.Kaul Global Public Goods The Governance Dimension; P.Stoll PART THREE: CIVIL SOCIETY AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE International NGOs: Scale, Expressions and Governance; H.K.Anheier & N.S.Themudo The Emerging Global Civil Society: Achievements and Prospects; W.Benedek PART FOUR: BUSINESS IN GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Problematizing Corporate Social Responsibility under Conditions of Late Capitalism and Postmodernity; A.C.Cutler MNCs and the International Community: Conflict, Conflict Prevention and the Privatization of Diplomacy; V.Haufler PART FIVE: REGULATION IN GLOBAL GOVERNANCE Rearticulating Regulatory Approaches: Private-Public Authority and Corporate Social Responsibility; P.Utting The Two Level Logic of Non-State Market Driven Global Governance; S.Bernstein & B.Cashore Conclusion: Authority Beside and Beyond the State; V.Rittberger, M.Nettesheim, C.Huckel & T.Göbel