Global Governance : demise or transformation?
Title: Global Governance : demise or transformation?
Publisher: European University Institute
Citation: Florence : European University Institute, 2019
This book presents the seminar insights and minutes of the topical seminars held between spring 2018 and summer 2019 in the framework of the ‘Transformation of Global Governance’ project. The Transformation of Global Governance Project is a horizontal initiative at the European University Institute, a joint endeavour of the School of Transnational Governance and the Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa Chair in European Economic and Monetary Integration at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction: A research and policy agenda -- Section 1: International trade - The governance of international trade: reshape or demise? -- Section 2: Competition policy on a global scale - Extraterritoriality and cooperation in competition policy -- Section 3: Capital markets and the global financial safety nets - The governance of global financial safety nets: fit for purpose? -- Section 4: The regulation of global banking - The governance of international banking -- Section 5: Tax competition and tax coordination - Taxation governance in global markets: challenges, risks and opportunities -- Section 6: Migrations - Migration governance: a common approach? -- Section 7: Climate - The governance of climate change: making it work -- Section 8: Historical perspectives - The governance of trade, finance and macroeconomic cooperation: a historical perspective since the 1970s – Conclusion: Collective action in a fragmented world
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