Global Policy’s November 2017 issue contains, among others, research articles on Chinese leadership of the G20, resource nationalism and international tax cooperation. It has two special sections: one on ‘Combating Slavery, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking’, edited by Axel Marx and Jan Wouters; and another on ‘Recursivity in Transnational Governance’, edited by Olga Malets and Sigrid Quack. It also contains practitioner commentaries on the United Nation's international civil service and sustainable development. There is a review essay on disaster risk reduction, humanitarian aid and sustainable development.
Xiao Ren - The G20: Emerging Chinese Leadership in Global Governance?
Yung Chul Park - The Role of the IMF in Managing the Euro Area Sovereign Debt and Banking Crises: Perspectives from East Asia
Robert Kudrle - The Limited Prospects for International Tax Cooperation
Erik Lundsgaarde - Business Motives in Global Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives: Exploring Corporate Participation in Sustainable Energy for All
Sam Pryke - Explaining Resource Nationalism
John Connolly - Governing Towards ‘One Health’: Establishing Knowledge Integration in Global Health Security Governance
Special Section I
Combating Slavery, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking for Labour. Are Current International, European and National Instruments Working? Edited by Axel Marx and Jan Wouters
Axel Marx and Jan Wouters - Combating Slavery, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking. Are Current International, European and National Instruments Working
Angelica Bonfanti and Marta Bordignon - ‘Seafood from Slaves’: The Pulitzer Prize in the Light of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
Julia Planitzer and Nora Katona - Criminal Liability of Corporations for Trafficking in Human Beings for Labour Exploitation
Olga Martin-Ortega - Human Rights Risks in Global Supply Chains: Applying the UK Modern Slavery Act to the Public Sector
Marieke Koekkoek, Axel Marx and Jan Wouters - Monitoring Forced Labour and Slavery in Global Supply Chains: The Case of the California Act on Transparency in Supply Chains
Special Section II
Varieties of Recursivity in Transnational Governance, Part II. Edited by Olga Malets and Sigrid Quack
Sabrina Zajak - Channels for Workers' Voice in the Transnational Governance of Labour Rights?
Philip Mader - How Much Voice for Borrowers? Restricted Feedback and Recursivity in Microfinance
Sebastian Botzem, Sigrid Quack and Solomon Zori - International Accounting Standards in Africa: Selective Recursivity for the ‘Happy Few’?
Anna Stavrianakis - Playing with Words While Yemen Burns: Managing Criticism of UK Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia
Mukul Sanwal, Can Wang, Bo Wang and Yuan Yang - A New Role for IPCC: Balancing Science and Society
Jean-Marc Coicaud - What is the Future for the International Civil Service? On Global Public Administration
Frederick Mugisha - Negotiating Sustained Action for Sustainable Development – Application to Students in South Sudan
Francesca Pusterla - The Commitment to Disaster Risk Reduction as a Bridge between Humanitarian Aid and Sustainable Development
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