Global Governance in Crisis

1st Edition

Andre Broome, Liam Clegg, Lena Rethel

Routledge
Published May 24, 2017
Reference - 156 Pages
ISBN 9781138056855 - CAT# Y331296

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Summary

New practices and institutions of global governance are often one of the most enduring consequences of global crises. The contemporary architecture of global governance has been widely criticized for failing to prevent the global financial crisis and Eurozone debt crises, for failing to provide robust international crisis management and leadership, and for failing to generate a consensus around new ideas for regulating markets in the broader public interest. Global Governance in Crisis explores the impact of the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 on the architecture and practice of contemporary global governance, and traces the long-term implications of the crisis for the future of the global order. Combining innovative theoretical approaches with rich empirical cases, the book examines how the impact of the global financial crisis has played out across a range of global governance domains, including development, finance and debt, trade, and security.

This book was published as a special issue of Global Society.

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