Vol 13, Issue 4, September 2022

Vol 13, Issue 4, September 2022

The September 2022 issue of Global Policy includes research articles on, among others, refugee policy, south-south solidarity at the WTO, special economic zones, global shocks and coordinated policy responses, and economic growth in South Asia. There is also a practitioners’ special section on financing green transitions in times of crisis edited by Mariane Søndergaard-Jensen and Andreas Klasen.

Research Articles

Revisiting the World Order Models Project: A Case for Renewal? - Aaron McKeil

Refugee Policy Amidst Global Shocks: Encampment, Resettlement Barriers and the Search for ‘Durable Solutions’ - Samuel J. Spiegel and Johanne Mhlanga

Digital Nativity and Digital Diplomacy: Exploring Conceptual Differences Between Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants - Ilan Manor and Ronit Kampf

Global shocks and international policy coordination - Ashima Goyal and Rupayan Pal

Emerging Powers, Leadership, and South–South Solidarity: The Battle Over Special and Differential Treatment at the WTO - Kristen Hopewell

The Intricacies of Firms’ Support for Labor Provisions in US Trade Agreements - Rodrigo Fagundes Cezar

What Determines the Heterogeneous Performance of Special Economic Zones? Evidence from Sub‐Sahara Africa - Douglas Zhihua Zeng

Globalization and Economic Growth: A Sustainability Analysis for South Asian Countries - Yuanzhi Liu, Akintoye Victor Adejumo, Oluwabunmi Opeyemi Adejumo and Timothy Ayomitunde Aderemi

Practitioners’ Special Section

Introduction to the practitioners' special section: Financing the green transition in times of crisis - Mariane Søndergaard-Jensen and Andreas Klasen

Incorporating sustainability as a cross‐cutting vector in the design of public policies - Xiana Méndez

Export credit agencies delivering finance for the green transition in times of crisis - Peder Lundquist

Leading an ECA through climate transformation: A President's perspective - Mairead Lavery

ECA’s roles to foster green and energy transition in emerging and developing countries - Yuichiro Akita

Transiting to green growth in fossil export‐dependent economies: A pathway for Africa - Benedict Oramah

Leveraging aid for trade to mobilize climate finance in the least developed countries - Ratnakar Adhikari

Managing the green transition: The role of the OECD export credit arrangement - Marion Jansen

The role of the global financial system in financing the transition to net zero - Alex Michie

Policy Insights

Global Governance in an Era of Pluralism - Ian Johnstone and Joshua Lincoln

Governing and Measuring Health Security: The Global Push for Pandemic Preparedness Indicators - Alexander E. Kentikelenis and Leonard Seabrooke

Crisis and state investment funds with expiration dates: Risks and opportunities in a decarbonization context - Juergen Braunstein

Mister Chips goes to Brussels: On the Pros and Cons of a Semiconductor Policy in the EU - Bob Hancké and Angela Garcia Calvo

Joint Initiative on Services Domestic Regulation in the WTO: The Case of Russia - Olga Biryukova

Presidential diplomacy meets science diplomacy - Diego Lawler and Miguel Fuentes

Practitioner Commentary

Are the Indicators of the New Urban Agenda Failing Us? - Jari Lyytimäki, Hanna Nieminen, Nufar Finel, Elina Nyberg and Tapio Reinikainen

Response Article

International Organizations' Policy Response to COVID‐19 in Longer Terms - Suyu Liu


Russia, Central Asia and Non‐traditional Security Threats from Afghanistan following the US Withdrawal - Ekaterina Stepanova

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