Our May 2010 issue includes contributions from Robert Wade on industrial policy in low-income countries, Rob Howse & Ruti Teitel on compliance in international law, and a special practitioner's section on international financial regulation edited by Howard Davies.
Robert Howse, Ruti Teitel - Beyond Compliance: Rethinking Why International Law Really Matters
Daniele Archibugi, Andrea Filippetti - The Globalisation of Intellectual Property Rights: Four Learned Lessons and Four Theses
Robert Wade - After the Crisis: Industrial Policy and the Developmental State in Low-Income Countries
Gawdat Bahgat - Sovereign Wealth Funds: An Assessment
Matthew Bolton, Thomas Nash - The Role of Middle Power–NGO Coalitions in Global Policy: The Case of the Cluster Munitions Ban
Practitioners’ Special Section:
The next steps in global financial regulation
Guest Editor: Howard Davies
Howard Davies - Global Financial Regulation after the Credit Crisis
Andrew Sheng - The Regulatory Reform of Global Financial Markets: An Asian Regulator's Perspective
Eddy Wymeersch - Global and Regional Financial Regulation: The Viewpoint of a European Securities Regulator
Edgar A. Whitley and Gus Hosein - Global Identity Policies and Technology: Do we Understand the Question?
Linda Yueh - An International Approach to Energy Security
Todd Moss - What Next for the Millennium Development Goals?
Responses to Articles
Andy Salmon - A response to ‘Counterinsurgency concepts: what we learned in Iraq’
Isabelle Mateos y Lago & Yongzheng Yang - A response to ‘Global governance after the financial crisis’
Shinji Takagi - A response to ‘Global governance after the financial crisis’
Paolo Barozzo - A response to ‘International adoption: the human rights position’
Katja Svensson - A Year of Reflection: Gender and Women's Rights in International Development Cooperation