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Development 2012


The essential new reference from the Graduate Institute, Geneva and Palgrave Macmillan p.18

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International Development Policy: From Development Aid to Global Public Policy


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Contents Introductory Texts

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Development Theory

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Rethinking International Development Series

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International Political Economy

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International Political Economy Series

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Economics for Development Studies

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Politics, Governance, Globalization and the State

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Civil Society, NGOs and Human Rights

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International Relations and Development Series

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Welcome to the new Palgrave Macmillan Development Studies 2012 Catalogue which showcases new highlights and established favourites in Development Studies. We are delighted to announce the publication of our exciting new International Relations and Development series, edited by Marc Galvin and André Liebich. Other highlights include some unique and interesting new titles in the Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity series, edited by Frances Stewart. We are also thrilled to be publishing the International Development Policy Yearbook in collaboration with the Graduate Institute in Geneva. Our textbook programme remains at the forefront of academic excellence with titles such as E. A. Brett’s Reconstructing Development Theory and Alastair Greig et al’s Challenging Global Inequality. We are also pleased to present a new edition of International Development by Damien Kingsbury et al. This innovative text provides a critical interdisciplinary introduction to the subject and has now been brought fully upto-date to take account of the global financial crisis and the rise of China and India.

Poverty and Human Development

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Migration, Ethnicity and Identity

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Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity Series

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Society, Culture and Development

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Health and Development

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Steven Kennedy, College Publishing, s.kennedy@palgrave.com

Gender and Development

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Christina Brian, Scholarly Publishing, c.brian@palgrave.com

Environment and Development

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Hannah Burnell, Marketing, h.burnell@palgrave.com

Index

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Stephen Wenham, College Publishing, s.wenham@palgrave.com

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Challenging Global Inequality Development Theory and Practice in the 21st Century Alastair Greig, Reader in Sociology; Head of School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Australia, David Hulme, Professor of Development Studies; Associate Director, Chronic Poverty Research Centre, Institute for Development and Management, University of Manchester, UK and Mark Turner, Professor of Development Policy and Management, University of Canberra, Australia

‘Original and engaging, this new introductory text provides an accessible overview of global inequality and development ideas and practices in the twenty-first century. I am sure it will prove very popular with my students.’ - Ben Crow, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA This major text on development theory and practice takes as its starting point the challenge of overcoming development and global poverty and inequality. It traces the origins of the idea of Development Studies and introduces the main methodologies and theories of development, and examines the challenges of the twenty-first century. Contents: Introduction: The Story So Far... / The Nature of Inequality and Poverty / Measuring Development / The Roots of the Development Project / The PostWar Development Project / The Framework of Early Twenty-First Century Development / The Millennium Development Challenge / Globalization and Inequality / Modernity, Development and their Discontents / Development, Politics and Participation / Conclusion: The Ends of Development and the End of Inequality January 2007 Paperback

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International Development

Understanding Third World Politics

Issues and Challenges 2nd edition

Theories of Political Change and Development 3rd edition, revised and udpated

Damien Kingsbury, Professor of International and Political Studies, John McKay, Partner, Analysis International; Adjunct Professor, School of International and Political Studies, both at Deakin University, Australia, Janet Hunt, Fellow, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, Australia, Mark McGillivray, Research Professor, Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University, Australia and Matthew Clarke, Assistant Head of the School of International and Political Studies, Deakin University, Australia

This text provides a critical interdisciplinary introduction to the theory, practice and study of development. This thoroughly revised new edition takes account of the impact of the global financial crisis, the economic rise of China and India and the further ramifications of global warming. Contents: Introduction / What is Development? / Reassessing Development Theory / Aid and Development / Globalization and Development / The Economics of Development / Continuing Crises: the Developing World and the GFC / Politics, Governance and Development / Poverty Alleviation and Development / Community Development / Gender and Development / Environment and Development / Terrorism, Violence and Development May 2012 384pp Paperback £25.99

B. C. Smith, Emeritus Professor of Politics, University of Dundee, UK; Visiting Professor of Politics, University of Exeter, UK

Now revised and updated throughout with additional coverage of the impact of democratization and globalization, Understanding Third World Politics provides a critical introduction to theories of political development and to the comparative politics of the Third World in the twenty-first century. Contents: The Idea of a ‘Third World’ / Modernization and Political Development / Neo-colonialism and Dependency / The State in the Third World / Political Parties and Party Systems / Bureaucracy and Political Power / Military Intervention in Politics / Nationalism and Secession / Instability and Revolution / Democratization in the Third World / Conclusion: Democracy and Development April 2009 Paperback

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Good Governance and Development B. C. Smith, Emeritus Professor of Politics, University of Dundee, UK; Visiting Professor of Politics, University of Exeter, UK

‘[A] useful broad introduction to many of the central issues in govenance.’ - Jo Rowlands, Development in Practice An exploration of the implications of the ‘good governance’ agendas for developing and newly democratized countries. The book assesses the ‘good governance’ agenda and examines the view of the international development agencies. Finally it considers the contribution political science can make to an understanding of each dimension of governance. Contents: Governance Agendas / Political Accountability / Human Rights / The Rule of Law / Decentralization / Political Pluralism / Participation / Eradicating Corruption / Transparent and Accountable Public Administration / Efficient Public Management / Economic Reform and Poverty Alleviation / Conclusion August 2007 Paperback

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Rethinking Imperialism Ray Kiely, Professor of International Politics, Queen Mary and Westfield Colege, University of London, UK

Reconstructing Development Theory International Inequality, Institutional Reform and Social Emancipation E.A. Brett, Visiting Professor, Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

The book provides a systematic assessment of the evolution of development theory, its relationship to orthodox social science analysis and the liberal pluralistic orthodoxy that now dominates the mainstream approach to international development, showing how we can transcend its failure to address some key problems of late and uneven development. Contents: Preface / Introduction Reconstructing Development Theory for the 21st Century / PART I: THE NATURE OF DEVELOPMENT THEORY / The Crisis in Development Theory / The Analytical Assumptions of Development Theory / Evolutionary Institutional Change and Developmental Transitions / PART II: THE LIBERAL INSTITUTIONAL PLURALIST CONSENSUS / Market Societies, Open Systems and Institutional Pluralism / State Regulation, Democratic Politics and Accountable Governance / Politics and Public Management / The Nature and Organisation of Capitalist Firms / The Nature and Role of Solidaristic Organizations / PART III: BEYOND LIBERAL PLURALISM: RECONSTRUCTING DEVELOPMENT THEORY / The Political Economy of Structural Change / Developmental Transitions: Learning from History / Explaining Blocked Development / The Social Theory of Developmental Transformations / Building Strong States / Building Capitalist Economies / Conclusion: Theory, Agency and Developmental Transitions July 2009 Paperback

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'A clear, comprehensive and compelling assessment of the contemporary debate about empire and its relationship to the history of imperialism and the key classic theories.’ - Andrew Gamble, University of Cambridge, UK ‘Ray Kiely’s wonderfully wide-ranging study... has rethought an idea and opened up a discussion that should now move from the margins to the centre stage.’ - Michael Cox, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Imperialism has become a key focus of debate about world politics in the post-9/11 world. This major text provides a systematic reappraisal of the evolution of the phenomenon and the concept from the nineteenth century as the basis for a reassessment of Globalization and US hegemony in the world today. Contents: Introduction / What is Imperialism? / Capitalism and the Origins of Imperialism / Liberal Imperialism and Capitalist Expansion / Classical Imperialism 1870-1945 / US Hegemony, the Cold War and the Post-War Boom / Neo-Liberalism and US Imperialism in the Post-Cold War World / Imperialism after 9/11: New Challenges to US Hegemony / Conclusion: Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism Today April 2010 Paperback

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Adaptation, Poverty and Development The Dynamics of Subjective Well-Being Edited by David Clark, Honorary Fellow and Research Associate, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, UK Editor: Wendy Harcourt (Australia/Italy), Society for International Development, Rome

Editor-in-Chief: Rajneesh Narula, University of Reading, UK

The first book to examine in detail the ways in which people adapt their understanding and behaviours towards poverty as a direct result to their experiences of poverty in developing countries, including world-leading academics and case studies from China, India, Ethiopia and South Africa. Contents: Adaptation and Development - Issues, Evidence and Policy Relevance / PART I: ADAPTATION AND DEVELOPMENT: CONCEPTS AND ISSUES / Utilitarianism, ‘Adaptation’ and Paternalism; M.Qizilbash / Adaptation: Implications for Development in Theory and Practice / PART II: ADAPTATION AND DEVELOPMENT: THREE CASE STUDIES / Aspirations, Adaptation and Subjective Well-Being of Rural-Urban Migrants in China; J.Knight & R.Gunatilaka / A Multidimensional Analysis of Adaptation in a Developing Country Context; A.Barr / Adaptation, Poverty and Subjective Well-Being: Evidence from South India; D.Neff / PART III: ADAPTATION AND DEVELOPMENT: SPECIFIC ISSUES / Subjective Wellbeing, Disability and Adaptation: A Case Study from Rural Ethiopia; M.Fafchamps & B.Kebede / Adaptation of the Rural Working Class in India: A Case Study of Migrant Workers; B.Reddy & W.Olsen March 2012 240pp 216x138mm 6 figures, 38 tables and 2 boxes Hardback £57.50 978-0-230-36056-3

Children in Crisis Seeking Child-Sensitive Policy Responses Edited by Caroline Harper, Nicola Jones, both Research Fellows, Overseas Development Institute, UK, Ronald U. Mendoza, Associate Professor of Economics, Asian Institute of Management, The Philippines, David Stewart, Chief of Social Policy and Evaluation, UNICEF, Uganda and Erika Strand, Chief of Social Policy, UNICEF, Mexico

Experts from the global North and South analyze the implications on children of economic crises, with a particular focus on the emerging evidence from the presently unfolding global economic crisis and food and fuel price volatility of 2008-2010. They point out key policy responses deployed by governments and international agencies. Contents: Introduction: Towards Global Recovery for All; C.Harper / Learning from Past Financial Crises: How are Children Affected?; C. Harper & P. Pereznieto / Infant Mortality during Economic Downturns and Recovery; R.Mendoza & N.Rees / Education and Health Spending Patterns through the Business Cycle: An Empirical Analysis; N.Doytch, B.Hu & R.Mendoza / Simulating the Impact of the Global Economic Crisis and Policy Responses on Children in West and Central Africa; J.Cockburn, I.Fofana & L.Tiberti / Child Poverty in South Africa and the Global Financial and Economic Crisis; R.Mabugu, S.van der Berg, D.Shepherd, M.Chitiga, B.Decaluwé, H.Maisonnave, V.Robichaud & D.von Fintel / Lessons from the Financial Crisis: Remittances and Social Assistance among Left-Behind Children and Women in Mexico; J.Cortina / Children in Crisis in the Philippines: Insights and Evidence from Communitybased Monitoring Systems; C.Reyes, A.Sobreviñas, J.de Jesus & S.Calubayan / Turning Crisis into Opportunity for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS: Responding to the Financial, Fuel and Food Crises; C.Harper / Child Poverty Impacts and Public Budgets: Tracking the Global Economic Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa; A.Sumner / Social Protection Responses to Crises and their Impacts on Children: Learning from Past Lessons in Indonesia and Ethiopia; M.Garde & J.Yablonski / Social Protection in Fiscal Stimulus Packages; Y.Zhang, N.Thelen & A.Rao / Conclusion: Revisiting the Main Lessons and Rethinking Crisis Response; R.Mendoza & E.Strand February 2012 256pp 50 tables and 45 figures Hardback £57.50

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China and India and the End of Development Models Edited by Xiaoming Huang, Professor of International Relations, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, Alex C. Tan, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Canterbury, New Zealand and Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, Professor of Asian History, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Promoting the understanding of the impressive economic growth and social transformation in China and India, the authors demonstrate the diverse economic, political, social, cultural, international and historical conditions in these two developing countries and point out the theoretical problems of comparative development models in particular. December 2011 320pp 55 figures and 25 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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Social Movements in the Global South Dispossession, Development and Resistance

Popular struggles in the global south suggest the need for the development of new and politically enabling categories of analysis, and new ways of understanding contemporary social movements. This book shows how social movements in Africa, South Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East politicize development in an age of neoliberal hegemony. March 2011 Hardback

Challenges for Development Policy

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Combining studies of demography, climate change, technology and innovation, political development, new actors in international development, and global governance frameworks, this book highlights the major underlying determinants of change in the African context and key uncertainties about the continent’s future development prospects. Contents: The Global Development Agenda: 2010 and Beyond; E.Lundsgaarde / Studying Development Futures; E.Lundsgaarde / Mapping Development Trends in Africa; E.Lundsgaarde & M.Roch / Population Change and Sustainable Development in Africa; P.Vimard & R.Fassassi / Climate Change and African Development; N.Grist & C.I.Speranza / Systemic Technological Innovation in Africa; R.Maharajh, A.Sall & G.Keruri-Sebina / The Future of Internal Political Transformation in African States; S.Meyer / Emerging Partners and their Impact on African Development; S.Grimm & H.Wenping / The Future of Africa’s Development and Global Governance; G.le Pere & F.Ikome / Africa toward 2030: Scenarios for the Future; E.Lundsgaarde / Implications for European Development Policy; E.Lundsgaarde

Claiming Social Rights Beyond Borders Edited by Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, Research Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK and Rayah Feldman, Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Arts and Human Sciences, London South Bank University, UK

Edited by Sara C. Motta, Lecturer in Politics and Political Economy, University of Nottingham, UK and Alf Gunvald Nilsen, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology, University of Bergen, Norway

Africa Toward 2030 Edited by Erik Lundsgaarde, Research Fellow, German Development Institute, Germany

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The growing scale of international migration has reshaped the debate on the social rights and social protection available to people outside their countries of origin. This book uses conceptual frameworks, policy analysis and empirical studies of migrants to explore international migrants’ needs for and access to social protection across the world. March 2011 312pp 17 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £60.00

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The New Political Economy of Development

Global Political Economy

States Versus Markets

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Globalization, Imperialism, Hegemony Ray Kiely, Professor of International Politics, Queen Mary and Westfield Colege, University of London, UK

‘This invaluable text aims to restore to development the ‘broad ambition of that once stimulating area of study’ by re-setting it in the indispensable historical and politicaleconomic context from which it has been progressively divorced in recent decades and engaging with the large and complex forces that actually determine the fate of the world’s poor. To a truly admirable extent, it succeeds, in the process guiding the reader through a vast range of literature and making judicious assessments of all the key debates.’ - Colin Leys, Emeritus Professor, Queen’s University, Canada This major text analyzes changes and continuities in the current international order and their implications for understanding international development in the twenty-first century. The author assesses the extent and impact of globalization, the emergence of a more aggressive stance by the U.S and the debates to which they have given rise. Contents: Introduction / Capitalist Expansion and Imperialism / Pre-War Capitalism and Development / The End of the Post-War Boom and Capitalist Restructuring / Globalization and Contemporary Imperialism: Theoretical Debates / Cosmopolitan Globalization and Global Governance / Globalization, Poverty and the Contemporary World Economy / Globalization, NeoLiberal and the State / Globalization, Regionalization and Hegemony / Resisting Globalization: Islam, PostDevelopment and Global Justice / Conclusion November 2006 344pp Paperback £24.99

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‘The third edition of this unusually wideranging and historically informed introduction to the field of International Political Economy is better than ever, with expanded treatment of theoretical perspectives and a thorough updating of contemporary developments.’ - Benjamin Jerry Cohen, University of California, USA ‘This edition continues to provide an outstanding introduction to this rapidly changing field taking full account of scholarly trends and of the impact of global transformations in manufacturing and finance on the structure of international power.’ Craig N. Murphy, Wellesley College, USA The third edition of this popular and successful text on the contemporary global political economy and its historical evolution has been systematically revised and updated throughout. The impact of the banking and broader crisis is fully covered and new chapters have been added on security and on theories and methods. Contents: Introduction / PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES / Approaches to Global Political Economy / Methods and Theorists / PART II: EVOLUTION / Forging a World Economy 1400-1800 / Industrial Revolution, Pax Britannica and Imperialism / The Twentieth Century: World Wars and the Post-1945 Order / PART III: DYNAMICS / International Trade / Transnational Production / The Global Financial System / Global Division of Labour / Gender / Economic Development / Global Environmental Change / Ideas / Security / Governing the Global Political Economy / Conclusion: Issues in Contemporary GPE Theory March 2010 Paperback

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'[Schwartz] draws students into an adventure in learning that conveys knowledge about both the origins and evolution of a global political economy and the development of IPE as a branch of learning. And he brings it up-todate...If students have a choice of textbooks, this is the one.’ - Randall D. Germain, Carleton University, Canada States Versus Markets shows that globalization is not a novel phenomenon but a recurrent process whereby markets have, since the sixteenth century, periodically redistributed economic activity. This revised and updated edition takes account of the new rise of Asia and the global financial crisis originating in the US housing finance system. Contents: Introduction / PART I: STATES, AGRICULTURE, AND GLOBALIZATION / The Rise of the Modern State: From Street Gangs to Mafias / States, Markets, and the Origins of International Inequality / Economic and Hegemonic Cycles / The Industrial Revolution and Late Development / Agricultural Exporters and the Search for Labor / Agriculture-Led Growth and Crisis in the Periphery: Ricardian Success, Ricardian Failure / The Collapse of the Nineteenth-Century Economy: The Erosion of Hegemony? / PART II: THE REEMERGENCE OF GLOBALIZATION / The Depression, U.S. Domestic Politics, and the Foundation of the Post-World War II: System / International Money, Capital Flows, and Domestic Politics / Transnational Firms: A War of All against All / Industrialization in the Old Agricultural Periphery: The Rise of the Newly Industrialized Countries / Trade, Protection, and Renewed Globalization / US Hegemony: Declining from Below? / US Hegemony: Reviving or Declining from the Top Down November 2009 360pp Paperback £26.99

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Malaysian Maverick

Delusions of Development

Mahathir Mohamad in Turbulent Times 2nd edition

The World Bank and the Post-Washington Consensus in Southeast Asia Toby Carroll, Research Fellow, Centre on Asia and Globalization, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Barry Wain, Writer-inResidence, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Reviews of the 1st edition: ‘I have read (it) and I think it is good for the public to read it. In fact it should be translated into Malay.’ - Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, personal blog (http://www.chedet.cc), 8 January 2010 ‘…a masterful biography...To follow the alliteration of its title, Malaysian Maverick is both meticulous and magisterial. This is journalism of the highest order.’ - Graeme Dobell, The Interpreter Mahathir Mohamad turned Malaysia into one of the developing world’s most successful economies. Adopting pragmatic economic policies alongside repressive political measures, he showed that Islam was compatible with representative government and modernization. He emerged as a Third World Champion, but also fell out with two of his successors. Contents: Introduction / PART I: THE MAKING OF A MALAY CHAMPION / Politicized by War and Peace / An Early Introduction to Brutal Politics / PART II: PRIME MINISTER FOR LIFE, ALMOST / From Outcast to Presidential Premier / The Vision of a Modern Nation / A Volatile Mix of Business and Politics / Scandal, What Scandal? / Big, Bigger, Bust / An Uncrowned King / The Perils of a Pragmatic Islam / A Strident Voice for the Third World / The Destruction of a Designated Heir / PART III: TURMOIL IN RETIREMENT / A Bare-Knuckle Brawl over One Man’s Legacy / A Place in History March 2012 Paperback

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Investigates the World Bank’s promotion of market-led development in the underdeveloped world and the impact that this promotion has upon citizenship. This book looks at this subject using case studies drawn from Southeast Asia, one of the world’s most diverse regions. Contents: Introduction: Delusions of Development the World Bank, the post-Washington Consensus and Politics in Southeast Asia / Contending Understandings of the New Development Agenda / SIN Rising / Getting the ‘New Basics’ Right: the Prescriptive Themes of SIN and their Intellectual Foundations / Embedding the New Basics: the Delivery Devices and Political Technologies of SIN / Attempting Market Extension through SIN: the Privatisation of Manila’s Water / Participating in the Embedding of SIN: the World Bank’s Country Assistance Strategy for the Philippines / Everyone Loves a Winner: the Politics of Partnership in Vietnam and Cambodia / A ‘SINful’ Approach to Poverty Reduction? CommunityDriven Development and Attempting Market Citizenship in Indonesia Conclusion: The Impossible Mission and its Antidote September 2010 288pp Hardback £57.50

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Latin American Responses to Globalization in the 21st Century Edited by Manuela Nilsson, Chair; Senior Lecturer, Linnaeus University, Sweden and Jan Gustafsson, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Written by a diverse group of scholars and practitioners from Latin America, the US and Europe and taking into consideration the recent global financial crisis, the book offers a multifaceted insight into the expectations as well as the possible threats related to Latin America’s incorporation into the sphere of global interconnectedness. Contents: Latin America’s Political and Economic Responses to the Process of Globalization; R.Bernal-Meza & S.Fryba Christensen / Energy Policy and 21st Century Globalization: The Responses of Brazil and Venezuela, and Opportunities for Renewable Energy Development in the Americas; E.Brand & M.Schewel / Remittances and Social Development: The Latin American Experience; M.Orozco / Globalization and the Formation of the Political Left in Latin America; M.Nilsson / Global Discourses, Local Meanings; Indigenous and Nationalistic Responses to Neoliberal Globalization in Bolivia; A.Jeppesen / Between God and the State: Globalization and Human Insecurity in Latin America; A.Pérez-Baltodano / Unintended Exports: The Globalization of the Mara Salvatrucha; T.Stiles / Globalization, Transition, and Insecurity in Mexico; P.Olney / New Patterns of Violence in Latin America; D.Kruijt / Latin American and European Relations in an Age of Uncertainty and Opportunity; G.Edwards & E.Mendizabal / China and Latin America: What Sort of Future?; W.Ratliff / South-South Relations in Brazil’s Response to the Challenges of Globalization; S.Christensen / Conclusions: Latin America and Globalization - Challenges, Responses and Perspectives in the 21st Century; J.Gustafsson & M.Nilsson March 2012 304pp 10 tables and 6 charts Hardback £60.00

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Governing Risk

The Global Crisis and Transformative Social Change

The IMF and Global Financial Crises

Edited by Peter Utting, Deputy Director, Shahra Razavi, Research Coordinator, both at UNRISD, Switzerland and Rebecca Varghese Buchholz, Policy Advisor, Traidcraft Exchange, UK

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By comparing the policies the international community requested the IMF to follow in the aftermath of the Mexican, Asian and subprime crises, the book traces the evolution of the international regulatory framework from an agent-centred constructivist perspective. March 2012 Paperback

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In the aftermath of the 2008/2009 financial crisis, the authors of this edited collection examine whether governments in developing countries and the international development community are taking steps to strengthen their commitment to social development, programmes, and policies.  February 2012 Hardback

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Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia Edited by Caroline Kuzemko, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for the Study of Regionalisation and Globalisation (CSGR), University of Warwick, UK, Andrei Belyi, Associate Professor, Higher School of Economics, National Research University, Russia, Andreas Goldthau, Associate Professor, Central European University, Hungary and Michael Keating, Associate Professor of International Political Economy, American International University in London, UK

Energy in Europe and Russia is in flux. This book presents a rich set of case studies for analyzing the complex and intertwined regional dynamics of multiple actors, levels, and policy fields in energy throughout Europe and Russia, with the aim of offering an alternative view to the prevalent geopolitical or neoliberal approaches. February 2012 Hardback

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Neoliberalism in Crisis Global Recession and the Future of Capitalism Henk Overbeek, Professor of International Relations; Head, Political Science Department and Bastian van Apeldoorn, Associate Professor of International Relations, both at VU University, The Netherlands; one of the founders of ARCIPE

The authors interrogate the condition of the neoliberal project in the wake of the global crisis and neoliberalism’s predicted death in 2007, both in terms of the regulatory structures of finance-led capitalism in Europe and North America, and the impact of new centres of capitalist power on global order. March 2012 Hardback

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The Politics of Resource Extraction Indigenous Peoples, Multinational Corporations and the State Edited by Suzana Sawyer, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Davis, USA and Edmund Terence Gomez, Professor of Political Economy, University of Malaya, Malaysia

International institutions (United Nations, World Bank) and multinational companies have voiced concern over the adverse impact of resource extraction activities on the livelihood of indigenous communities. This volume examines mega resource extraction projects all over the world. January 2012 Hardback

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Challenging Global Finance Civil Society and Transnational Networks Elizabeth Friesen, Lecturer in Political Science, Carleton University, Canada

Friesen demonstrates how transnational CSOs and NGOs can influence the context in which international political decisions are made. She shows how, by reframing the issues, the transnational campaign for the cancellation of third world debt altered the dominant discourse, shifted the agenda and thereby shaped political outcomes. January 2012 240pp 5 line diagrams and 1 table

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Transnational Transfers and Global Development Edited by Stuart S. Brown, Professor of International Relations, Syracuse University, USA

An interdisciplinary group of scholars and practitioners analyse multi-variegated, cross-border activities in which non-state actors engage through a single conceptual lens.

December 2011 256pp 13 b/w tables and 6 figures Hardback £57.50

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Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU

Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century

Towards a Marketization of Corporate Control

Edited by Scarlett Cornelissen, Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Fantu Cheru, Research Director, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden and Timothy M. Shaw, Professor and Director, Institute of International Relations, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago

Laura Horn, Assistant Professor of International Relations, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

In the context of the financial and economic crisis, corporate governance and regulatory supervision failures, Laura Horn investigates one of the defining questions in social power relations in contemporary capitalism: who controls the modern corporation, and why. December 2011 240pp Hardback £57.50

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By exploring the many unchartered dimensions of Africa’s international relations, the authors present fresh insights on aspects such as power, identity, statehood and sovereignty in the world system. October 2011 Hardback

Governance Ecosystems CSR in the Latin American Mining Sector Edited by Julia Sagebien, Associate Professor, School of Business Administration, Dalhousie University, Canada and Nicole Marie Lindsay, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Canada

The authors explore the complex dynamics of mining and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Latin America, including a reflection on the African continent, presenting arguments and case studies based on new research on a set of urgent and emerging questions surrounding mining, development and sustainability. October 2011 336pp 216x138mm 9 figures, 12 b/w tables and 1 box Hardback £60.00 978-0-230-27764-9 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=469359

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Local Climate Governance in China Hybrid Actors and Market Mechanisms Miriam Schröder, Research Fellow, Potsdam University, Germany

Based on the empirical analysis of the effectiveness of four provincial centres for the diffusion of the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), a market mechanism for emission reductions, Miriam Schröder scrutinizes the strengths and weaknesses of hybrid actors’ performance on the local Chinese carbon market. October 2011 Hardback

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The Political Economy of Capital Market Reforms in South East Asia

Governing through Standards

Internet Gambling Offshore

Origins, Drivers and Limitations

Caribbean Struggles over Casino Capitalism

Xiaoke Zhang, Associate Professor of Political Economy and Asian Studies, University of Nottingham, UK

Edited by Stefano Ponte, Peter Gibbon and Jakob Vestergaard, all Senior Researchers, Danish Institute for International Studies, Denmark

Andrew F. Cooper, Professor of Political Science, University of Waterloo, Canada

In this book, Xiaoke Zhang addresses two fundamental political and policy questions: why do politicians have heterogeneous incentives to pursue public-regarding policies through capital market reforms and why do they differ in their abilities to initiate and implement market reform policies decisively and resolutely? September 2011 288pp Hardback £57.50

The authors show how and why standards are used as governance tools. They follow the historical development of standards and their new forms and roles, across the substantive areas of industrial and organizational 'quality', the financial sector, environment, and labour. August 2011 Hardback

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The Political Economy of East Asia

South-South Cooperation

Regional and National Dimensions

Africa on the Centre Stage

Kevin G. Cai, Associate Professor, Renison University College, University of Waterloo, Canada

Edited by Renu Modi, Director and Senior Lecturer, Centre of African Studies, University of Mumbai, India

This book critically analyzes the ways in which Africa has shifted from the periphery of global trade, international relations and politics to the centre of the world stage because of its existing and potential economic prowess and purchasing power that the continent has to offer. September 2011 272pp 7 b/w tables and 4 figures Hardback £57.50

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In a systematic study of the political economy of East Asia, Cai adopts an historical perspective alongside a contemporary focus, exploring East Asia’s development since the late nineteenth century. Following similar paths to economic development, East Asian states have achieved economic success, integrating themselves into a regional economy.

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, Cooper locates the WTO-focused struggle between the US and the very small island state of Antigua on Internet gambling in the wider International Political Economy. April 2011 Hardback

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Promoting Good Governance, Development and Accountability Implementation and the WTO Susan Brown-Shafii, Scientific Co-ordinator and Senior Research Fellow, World Trade Institute, University of Bern, Switzerland

In addressing the politics of the international regulation of public procurement, this book fills a major gap in the literature. Brown-Shafii does this by investigating whether a WTO Agreement can be used to promote good governance, development and accountability. April 2011 Hardback

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Contents: Preface to the Paperback Edition / Introduction /The Historical Origin of the East Asian Political Economy, 1895-1945 / The External Setting and Internal Dynamics in the Post-1945 Era / The Japanese Political Economy Since 1945 / The South Korean Political Economy Since 1945 / The Taiwanese Political Economy Since 1945 / The Chinese Political Economy Since 1949 / The Political Economy of Regional Integration in East Asia / Conclusion May 2011 Paperback

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Critical International Political Economy

Negotiating Trade Liberalization at the WTO

Dialogue, Debate and Dissensus

Domestic Politics and Bargaining Dynamics

Edited by Stuart Shields, Lecturer in International Political Economy, Ian Bruff, Lecturer in European and International Politics, and Huw Macartney, Lecturer in International Political Economy, all at University of Manchester, UK

Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt, Guest Professor of International Relations, Free University Berlin, Germany

This book gives provocative responses to recent debates in International Political Economy. It provides a much needed and timely intervention to the current anodyne discussions about the evolution of the discipline and prompts wider reflection on the nature of enquiry itself. February 2011 Hardback

216pp £57.50

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This book shows how domestic political institutions and the lack of time pressure have an impact on negotiations at the WTO. It provides detailed information on WTO ministerial meetings as well as on the political economy of trade policy in the EU, U.S., Brazil, and Australia. February 2011 296pp 14 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £60.00

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The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines Valbona Muzaka, Lecturer in Global Politics, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Southampton, UK

This book shows why contests over intellectual property rights and access to affordable medicines emerged in the 1990s and how they have been ‘resolved’ so far. February 2011 3 b/w tables Hardback

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Global Commodity Governance

Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance

State Responses to Sustainable Forest and Fisheries Certification

Edited by Simon Rushton, Research Fellow, Department of International Politics and Owain David Williams, Research Fellow, Centre for Health and International Relations, both at Aberystwyth University, UK

Fred Gale, Senior Lecturer and Marcus Haward, Associate Professor, both at School of Government, University of Tasmania, Australia

The Forest and the Marine Stewardship Councils constitute new global governance institutions using voluntary certification and labelling as market incentives to encourage sustainable management. Utilizing a comparative political economic framework, the authors analyse shifting British, Canadian and Australian responses to the stewardship councils. February 2011 Hardback

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This book argues that the new actors in global health constitute a ‘private turn’ in global health governance, and provides theoretical and practical grounds for viewing global health partnerships and philanthropic foundations as closely aligned in their ideational and material approaches to a range of important issues and crises. February 2011 328pp 12 b/w tables and 2 figures Hardback £60.00

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Quality and Legitimacy of Global Governance Case Lessons from Forestry Timothy Cadman, Fellow, Sustainable Business, Faculty of Business, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

As the international community struggles with major issues such as deforestation, it is increasingly turning to sustainable development and marketbased mechanisms to tackle environmental problems. Focusing on forestry, this book investigates the legitimacy of global forums and evaluates the quality of global governance in the current era. February 2011 296pp 13 b/w tables and 15 figures Hardback £57.50

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Governing Cotton

Economics for Development Studies

Globalization and Poverty in Africa Adam Sneyd, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Guelph, Canada

advocacy in this area. January 2011 Hardback

256pp £57.50

This book traces the historic relationships between cotton production, the international cotton trade and poverty south of the Sahara, and assesses various approaches to corporate social responsibility and nongovernmental policy 216x138mm 978-0-230-25278-3

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How China Became Capitalist Ronald Coase, Nobel Laureate in Economics, currently Clifton R. Musser Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Chicago Law School, USA and Ning Wang, Assistant Professor, School of Politics and Global Studies, Arizona State University, USA

Plundered Nations? Successes and Failures in Natural Resource Extraction Edited by Paul Collier, Centre for theStudy of African Economics, St Antony’s Collegeand Anthony J. Venables, Professor of Economics, Oxford Centre for the Analysis of Resource Rich Economies, both at University of Oxford, UK

This book examines the extraordinary events that led to China’s transformation from a closed agrarian socialist economy to becoming an invincible manufacturing powerhouse of the global economy.

‘Plundered Nations is a very important book at a crucial time...This book will be widely read and highly influential in accelerating the transformation of natural resource wealth management.’ - Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate

Contents: Preface / China at the Death of Mao / China in Transition / How China’s Market Reform Began / A Bird in the Cage: Market Reform Under Socialism / Growing out of Socialism: Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics / From Capitalism to Capitalisms

Consisting of eight case studies, this book investigates the political economy of the decision chain involved in natural resource extraction in resource-rich countries, where plunder rather than prosperity has become the norm. Some case studies reveal successes, while others show the decision chain to have failed disastrously.

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Contents: Key Decisions for Resource Management: Principles and Practise; P.Collier & A.J.Venables / Governance and Oil Revenues in Cameroon; B.Gauthier & A.Zeufack / Learning How to Manage Natural Resource Revenue: The Experience of Copper in Chile; J.Rodrigo Fuentes / Oil in Iran: Dependence, Distortions and Distribution; M.Karshenas & A.Malik / Kazakhstan: Public Saving and Private Spending; A.Esanov & K.Kuralbayeva / The Developmental State: Malaysia; Z.A.Yusof / Management of Resource Revenue: Nigeria; O.Ajakaiye, P.Collier & A.Ekpo / The Contest for Control: Oil and Gas Management in Russia; V.Kryukov, A.Tokarev & S.Yenikeyeff / Copper Mining in Zambia: From Collapse to Recovery; C.Adam & A.Simpasa

Sustainability and Equity: Towards a Better Future for All

September 2011 376pp 216x138mm 47 b/w tables and 58 b/w illustrations Paperback £20.00 978-0-230-29022-8 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=491515

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Human Development Report 2011 Edited by United Nations Development Programme

The 2011 report reviews global patterns of progress and the impact of environmental degradation and social inequality on the world’s poor, proposing a bold new approach to address the urgent, global problems of sustainability and equity. Contents: Overview / Why Sustainability and Equity? / Patterns and Trends / Tracing the Effects - Understanding the Relations / Positive Synergies - Winning Strategies for the Environment, Equity and Human Development / Rising to the Policy Challenges / Statistical Annex November 2011 224pp Paperback £24.99

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Regulating for Decent Work New Directions in Labour Market Regulation Edited by Sangheon Lee, International Labour Organization, Switzerland and Deirdre McCann, Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester, UK

Physical Infrastructure Development Balancing the Growth, Equity, and Environmental Imperatives Edited by William Ascher, Donald C. McKenna Professor of Government and Economics, Claremont McKenna College, USA, and Director, Pacific Basin Research Center, Soka University of America, USA and Corinne Krupp, Associate Professor of the Practice of Public Policy, Duke University’s Terry Sanford School of Public Policy, USA

A response to the dominant deregulatory approaches that have shaped labour market regulation in recent years. The inter-disciplinary and international approach invigorates current debates through the identification of new challenges, subjects and perspectives. June 2011 Hardback

392pp £70.00

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Natural Resources and Local Livelihoods in the Great Lakes Region of Africa A Political Economy Perspective Edited by An Ansoms, Lecturer in Development Studies, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium and Stefaan Marysse, Professor of Political Economy, Institute of Development Policy and Management (IDPM), University of Antwerp, Belgium

This book looks at how the benefits of economic development in the Great Lakes Region of Africa are not being equally distributed. It studies the impact of the increasing scramble for natural resources upon local livelihoods and considers the ambiguities that characterise the relationship between mining and development. March 2011 296pp 216x138mm 12 b/w tables, 8 figures and 1 map Hardback £67.50 978-0-230-29025-9

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‘This book makes important contributions to the critical debate on how to achieve sustainable infrastructure development, by balancing the sometimes conflicting concerns over economic growth, environmental protection, and social equity.’ - Tom Zearley, Lead Operations Officer (retired), World Bank The key challenges of balancing economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental protection in the development of major physical infrastructure, ranging from transport to energy are addressed in this book. Contents: Rethinking Infrastructure Development; W.Ascher & C.Krupp / Distributional Implications of Alternative / William Ascher and Corinne Krupp / Beyond Privatization; R.Little / Infrastructure Development in India and China; J.Kim & R.Nangia / Physical Infrastructure as a Challenge for Far-sighted Thinking and Action; W.Ascher / Transit Transformations; R.Cervero / Urban Reclamation and Regeneration in Seoul, South Korea; R.Cervero / Electrifying Rural Areas; C.Krupp / Infrastructure and Inclusive Development through ‘Free, Prior and Informed Consent’ of Indigenous People; R.Fernholz October 2011 Paperback

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Economics of Development 9th edition A.P. Thirlwall, Professor of Applied Economics, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

‘Thirlwall’s textbook is a classic. It successfully distils complex concepts for the non-specialist reader, but more importantly, it inspires that same reader to become a development economist herself.’ Karna Basu, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Hunter College, City University of New York, USA The ninth edition of Thirlwall’s Economics of Development: Theory and Evidence (formerly Growth and Development) represents the most thorough revision of this classic textbook to date. For nearly forty years, it has offered students a clear, comprehensive and rigorous overview of the economic aspects of growth and development. April 2011 Paperback

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Intergenerational Solidarity Strengthening Economic and Social Ties Edited by Sergei Zelenev, Chief of the Social Integration Branch, Division for Social Policy and Development, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, USA and Maria Cruz-Saco, Professor of Economics, Connecticut College, USA

This volume analyzes intergenerational solidarity from diverse interdisciplinary angles within the social sciences. It provides analytical tools to advance research and documents how societies are adjusting to major changes that affect the core of the social fabric. January 2011 Hardback

244pp £70.00

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Public Policies for Human Development

Confronting Corruption, Building Accountability

Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in Latin America

Lessons from the World of International Development Advising

Edited by Marco V. Sánchez, Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations, USA, Rob Vos, Senior Economist, Inter-American Development Bank, USA, Enrique Ganuza, United Nations Development Programme, Chile, Hans Lofgren and Carolina DíazBonilla, both at The World Bank, USA

This book assesses financing strategies in Latin America and the Caribbean, in pursuance of the United Nations’ millennium development goals (MDGs) and their achievement in 2015. It looks at how to make public policies more conducive to support sustained growth and reduce the still widespread poverty and inequality in the region. April 2010 424pp 120 illustrations Hardback £74.00

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Commodities, Governance and Economic Development under Globalization Edited by Machiko Nissanke, Professor of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK and George Mavrotas, Research Fellow and Project Director, World Institute for Development Economics Research, United Nations University (UNUWIDER), Finland

Alfred Maizels’ work on commodity trade and prices documented trends in a major area of international economic relations. This book elaborates the ideas in the tradition of Maizels’ contributions, and discusses and extends these theories in relation to current problems. January 2010 408pp 35 b/w tables and 70 figures Hardback £74.00

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Lloyd J. Dumas, Professor of Political Economy, Economics and Public Policy, University of Texas at Dallas, USA, Janine R. Wedel, Professor, School of Public Policy, George Mason University, USA and Greg Callman, Presidential Management Fellow, U.S. Department of Energy, USA

The crisis that nearly brought the world’s financial house down in 2008 demonstrated clearly that the global economy cannot work where there is widespread deception, corruption and lack of accountability. Corruption and lack of accountability are also key reasons why international development assistance so often fails to deliver on its promise. Contents: Corruption, Accountability and Economic Progress / Origins and Approach / Structural Problems in International Economic Consulting / Measures Across Organizations and Contexts / Measures Within International Development Organizations / Appendix A: Workshop on Building Accountability into International Development Advising (Pultusk, Poland: September 21-24, 2003) Appendix B: Host Governments and Multinational Corporations: Enron Comes to Nepal; D.Gyawali / Appendix C: Guidelines and Recommendations for Officials in Recipient Countries For Use in Contracting and Negotiating Consulting Services; G.Rivas & B.Ejupovic / Appendix D: Prototype Consultancy Contract; I.Fawzy / Appendix E: A Closer Look at the World Bank Process / Appendix F: Recurrent Themes Among Recipient and Donor Representatives / Appendix G: World Bank Guidelines Regarding Conflicts of Interest: An Analysis and Taxonomy January 2011 Hardback

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Politics, Governance, Globalization and the State

Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies Edited by Boike Rehbein, Director/Associate Professor, University of Freiburg , Germany

This volume studies the relation between globalization and inequalities in emerging societies by linking Area and Global Studies, aiming at a new theory of inequality beyond the nation state and beyond Eurocentrism. Contents: Introduction; B.Rehbein / PART I: REGIONAL INEQUALITIES / The Persistence of Socio-Cultures and Inequality in Contemporary Southeast Asia; V.Houben & B.Rehbein / Globalization and Social Inequality in Asia; H.Khondker / Inequality, Exclusion and Poverty in Latin America: The Vast Social Debt of Neoliberalism; R.Elízaga / PART II: NATIONAL INEQUALITIES / For a Critical Theory of Modernization: Are the Brazilian Lower Classes Universal?; J.Souza / The Militarization of Urban Marginality: Lessons from the Brazilian Metropolis; L.Wacquant  / Global Expansion of Capitalism, Inequality and Social Movements: The Iranian Case; S.Fadaee  / Outward Bound, Tangled Nightmares: Rereading Globalization in Contemporary Nigeria; O.Adesina /  Higher Education in Russia: Is There a Way out of a Neoliberal Impasse?; A.Magun / PART III: TRANSNATIONAL INEQUALITIES / Emerging Powers Development, Global Economic Crisis and Value Chains Restructuring; G.Antonelli / Global and National Elites in South America: Limited Transnationalization Processes and the Persistence of Inequality; A.Pelfini / Access of Highly Skilled Migrants to Transnational Labour Markets: Is Class Formation Transcending National Divides?; A.Weiß & S.Mensah / Transnational Inequalities, Transnational Responses: The Politicization of Migrant Rights in Asia; N.Piper & S.Rother / Global Inequalities – Local Hierarchies: Peruvian Migrants’ Labour Niches and Occupational Mobility in Chile; C.Mora / Conclusion; J.Pieterse November 2011 288pp 216x138mm 15 b/w tables, 3 graphs and 2 figures Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-29973-3

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Globalization and the Nation State

Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World

2nd edition

Edited by Jane Harrigan, Head of Department, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK and Hamed El-Said, Reader in Political Economy, Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, UK

Robert J. Holton, Emeritus Professor and Fellow, Trinity College Dublin , Republic of Ireland

‘There is no other book that deals with the issue so well or in comparable detail.’ - Chris Rumford, Professor of Political Sociology and Global Politics, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK This new edition is a clear discussion of the debates and concepts defining globalization with a unique focus on the nation state. Updated with current examples and cuttingedge topics, from Apple’s latest technologies to human rights, this book is a fresh look at globalization for students and scholars alike. Contents: Introduction to Second Edition / The Long History of Globalization / The Global Economy / Is the Nation-State Finished? / Global Governance: Towards a Global Polity? / Nationalism and Ethnicity in a Globalizing World / Globalization and Culture? / Conclusion May 2011 Paperback

280pp £22.99

This book provides a fascinating analysis of the external and internal linkages that have for decades impeded economic and political reforms in the Arab world, and presents a new and coherent framework that enables policy makers and practitioners to better understand, identify and deal with the root causes of terrorism. December 2010 304pp Hardback £67.50

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Theorizing Global Studies Darren J. O’Byrne, Principal Lecturer in Sociology and Human Rights; Subject Head of Social Sciences and Alexander Hensby, Lecturer in Social Science, both at Roehampton University , UK

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Comparative Development Theory Asian Perspectives A.H. Somjee, Professor Emeritus, Simon Fraser University, Canada March 2012 Hardback

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Introducing eight models of global change, this book explains, challenges and redefines the core theories of globalization. Using fascinating case studies to illustrate how each model works in practice, the chapters look at society, culture, politics and economics. This book gives students a solid understanding of current global conditions.

Constructing Democracy in Africa Mali in Transition Susanna D. Wing, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Haverford College, USA

‘This is an important and defining book about democratization in Africa focusing on the case of Mali, but within a comparative African perspective. Dr. Wing has a new and exciting perspective on the themes of democracy, constitutionalism, participation, and legitimacy, and Constructing African Democracy: Mali in Transition can be a real landmark in the field of comparative democratization in Africa, and in the study of constitutional transformation in plural societies.' - Bruce Magnusson, Professor of Politics, Whitman College, USA Based on extensive field work in Mali, this book explores the process by which constitutions and democratic institutions are constructed. It shows how innovative constitutional dialogues involving participation, and recognition of groups previously excluded from political decision-making may be the key to a legitimate constitution. January 2011 Paperback

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Contents: Introduction / Globalization / Liberalization / Polarization / Americanization / McDonaldization / Creolization / Transnationalization / Balkanization / Conclusion April 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Bottom-Up Politics

Civil Society, NGOs and Human Rights

An Agency-Centred Approach to Globalization

Global Civil Society 2012 Ten Years of Critical Reflection Edited by Mary Kaldor, Professor of Global Governance, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK, Henrietta Moore, William Wyse Chair of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, UK and Sabine Selchow, Researcher, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Activists and academics look back over ten years of ‘politics from below’, and ask whether it is merely the critical gaze upon the concept that has changed – or whether there is something genuinely new about the way in which civil society is now operating. Contents: Introduction: The Global Civil Society Yearbook – Lessons and Insights 2001-2011; H.Anheier, M.Kaldor & M.Glasius / PART I: CONCEPTS / The Arab Awakening: The Crisis of Dictatorship and Civil Society; B.Dreano / ‘Lost in Transformation’: The Crisis of Democracy and Civil Society; F.Miszlivetz / Global Civil Society and the Internet: Time to Update Our Perspective H.Moore & S.Selchow / PART II: ISSUES / A Decade of the War on Terror and the ‘Responsibility to Protect’; M.Kaldor / The Rise of the Civil Economy; R.Murray / Pro-Roma Global Civil Society: Acting For, With or Instead of Roma?; A.Kóczé & M.Rövid / PART III: INFRASTRUCTURE / The World Social Forum Ten Years On: Internationalisation without Institutionalisation; G.Pleyers / Passionate Publics in Mediated Civil Society; B.Blaagaard / Cluster Munitions and Civil Society: The Building Blocks of a Global Campaign; T.Nash / PART IV: RECORDS / Bordering on the Unknown: Approaches to Global Civil Society Data; S.Deel, S.Stares & J.Timms / Records; H.Anheier / Chronology of Global Civil Society Events: A Yearbook Retrospective; J.Timms February 2012 Paperback

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Globalization and Human Rights in the Developing World

Edited by Denisa Kostovicova, Senior Lecturer in Global Politics, Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK and Marlies Glasius, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Department of Politics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Adopting a people-centred perspective to globalization, the authors explore complex, counterintuitive and even unintended forms and consequences of bottom-up politics, going beyond simplistic understandings of ordinary people as either victims or beneficiaries of globalization. December 2011 288pp 1 b/w table Hardback £57.50

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Privatizing the Democratic Peace Policy Dilemmas of NGO Peacebuilding Henry F. Carey, Associate Professor of Political Science, Department of Political Science, Georgia State University, USA

With inevitable major economic and political transformations ahead, NGOs need to acknowledge and manage their policy dilemmas so that they can anticipate the many inevitable problems that consistently arise in attempting to avoid the return of war by building peace over the medium to long-term Contents: Introduction / Pacting Dilemmas of Democratic Reconciliation / Dilemmas of Physical and Human Security / Liberal Dilemmas of Human Rights Monitoring / Dilemmas on Promoting the Rule of Law / Dependency Dilemmas of Foreign Aid / Democracy Dilemmas of Election Monitoring / Conclusion: Policy Impacts of NGOs November 2011 288pp Hardback £57.50

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Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies Series Editor: Oliver P. Richmond http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=274020

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Edited by Derrick M. Nault, Lecturer, Department of History, University of Calgary, Canada and Shawn L. England, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, Mount Royal University, Canada

Focusing on world regions where human rights abuses are the most serious, extensive and sustained; this book fills a crucial gap in our knowledge of the difficulties and promise of promoting human rights in our global age. July 2011 272pp 7 b/w tables and 1 figure Hardback £57.50

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Global Ethics Series Editor: Christien van den Anker http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=494501

The World’s Largest Humanitarian Agency The Transformation of the UN World Food Programme and of Food Aid D. John Shaw, was associated with the UN World Food Programme for over thirty years, almost from the start of its operations in 1963, latterly as Economic Adviser and Chief, Policy Affairs Service

This book focuses on the transformation of the WFP into the world’s largest humanitarian agency, providing an in-depth account of responses to increasingly large and complex natural and manmade disasters. It examines food aid and looks to the new modalities that are required to make food more available to those in dire need. July 2011 456pp 8 figures and 14 b/w tables Hardback £75.00

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International Criminal Tribunals

Humanitarian Intervention

Development beyond Politics

Justice and Politics

An Introduction

Aid, Activism and NGOs in Ghana

Yves Beigbeder, formerly World Health Organization Official

The book summarizes the work of international criminal courts focusing on the political challenges faced by them. It is a practical, comprehensive manual on the origin and development of international criminal justice and includes the criminal tribunals of Nuremberg, Tokyo, Yugoslavia, Rwanda, East Timor, Sierra Leone, Cambodia, Lebanon, Iraq. April 2011 352pp 2 b/w tables and 3 figures Hardback £60.00

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Human Rights in the 21st Century Continuity and Change since 9/11 Edited by Michael Goodhart, Associate Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies, University of Pittsburgh, USA and Anja Mihr, Associate Professor, Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

This is the first book to offer a systematic analysis of human rights in the twenty-first century. The chapters, written from diverse methodological perspectives, provide rich and varied insights on vital questions concerning the resiliency, weaknesses, and prospects of human rights today. A Full Table of Contents is Available at: www.palgrave.com March 2011 11 b/w tables Hardback

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Aidan Hehir, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster, UK

‘Highly recommended. Lively and accessible, and a wonderful resource for teaching. Aidan Hehir provides a comprehensive overview of the history, theory and practice of humanitarian intervention, and of the concepts, controversies, moral claims and political calculations that have shaped the field.’ - Anne Orford, Michael D. Kirby Professor of International Law, University of Melbourne, Australia ‘Objectively surveying a wide range of perspectives on an inherently contentious topic, this is an outstanding teaching tool and a textbook from which scholars will benefit as much as their students.’ - Anthony F. Lang, Jr., School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, UK A broad-ranging introduction to the theory, practice and politics of humanitarian intervention in the contemporary world, its historical background and future prospects after the experiences of Rwanda, Kosovo, Darfur and Iraq. Contents: PART I: CONCEPTS AND CONCEPTIONS / What is ‘Humanitarian Intervention’? / The Just War Tradition / The Sovereign State / Theoretical Perspectives / PART II: CONTROVERSIES / Legality and Legitimacy / Sovereignty as Responsibility / Who Decides? / Motives and Means / PART III: CASES / ‘Humanitarian Intervention’ in History / Rwanda / Kosovo / Iraq / Darfur / Conclusion: The Future of Humanitarian Intervention? December 2009 320pp Paperback £21.99

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Thomas Yarrow, Lecturer in Social Anthropology, University of Wales, UK

Is ‘development’ the answer for positive social change or a cynical western strategy for perpetuating inequality? Moving beyond an increasingly entrenched debate about the role of NGOs, this book reveals the practices and social relations through which ideas of development are concretely enacted.

July 2011 Hardback

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The Challenge of Transition Trade Unions in Russia, China and Vietnam Tim Pringle, Freelance Researcher and Simon Clarke, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick, UK

This book explores the transformation of employment relations, the rise of worker protest and the reform of trade union practice to ask how successfully the state-socialist trade unions have adapted to their new role of representing the rights and interests of workers. November 2010 232pp Hardback £57.50

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The Fight for the Right to Food

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT SERIES

Ziegler, Golay, Mahon, The Fight for the Right to Food The Fight for the Right to Food, Ziegler, Golay, Mahon

Lessons Learned Jean Ziegler, Vice-President, UN Human Rights Council’s Advisory Committee, Christophe Golay, Joint Coordinator, Claire Mahon, Joint Coordinator and Senior Researcher, both at Project on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Switzerland and Sally-Anne Way, Research Director, Center for Economic and Social Rights, Spain

Series Editors: Marc Galvin and André Liebich

National Interests and European Integration Discourses and Politics of Blair, Chirac and Schröder Katrin Milzow, Scientific Officer, Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Bern, Switzerland

This study combines an account of Blair, Chirac, Schröder and their attitudes towards European integration. It analyzes political discourses on ‘national interests’ and the EU, the frequently debated role of political discourse, the concept of national interest, and offers an alternative point of view on intergovernmental interaction. March 2012 Hardback

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Reconciling Enemy States Heo, Reconciling Enemy States Reconciling Enemy States, Heo

Seung-hoon Heo, Research Fellow, Institute for Sustainability and Peace, United Nations University, Japan

The author conceptualizes reconciliation in IR theory and is the first to fill a gap in building a theoretical framework for interstate reconciliation. Combining historical and political scientific approaches, Seung-hoon Heo analyses case studies from Europe, the Middle East, and Northeast Asia. Contents: PART I: INTRODUCTION / Exploring Interstate Reconciliations / PART II: RECONCILIATION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS / The Subject of Reconciliation / Defining Reconciliation / An Ideal Type of Interstate Reconciliation / Varieties of Interstate Reconciliation / PART III: CONCLUSION / Embracing the ‘Others’ March 2012 Hardback

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EU Policy for Global Development Enlightened Superpower in the Making? Edited by Stefan Gänzle, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Agder, Norway, Sven Grimm, Director, Centre for Chinese Studies, Stellenbosch University, South Africa and Davina Makhan, Senior Researcher, German Development Institute, Germany

An assessment of the capacity of the EU to coordinate actors and policies with regards to global development. The authors argue that the EU and its member states have the potential to act for global development when they are able to improve policy and actor coherence, such as through better linking of bilateral and community programmes. March 2012 Hardback

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Recycling Empire The Invention of a European Development Aid Bureaucracy Veronique Dimier, Associate Professor, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

A comprehensive analysis of how European development policy was shaped. This book explores the role of former colonial officials in shaping the policy agenda and explores this example of ‘recycled empire.’ Dimier argues that this post-colonial agenda only changed as a result of pressure from the OECD and World Bank in the 1980s and 1990s. March 2012 Hardback

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This book documents and analyzes the experiences of the UN’s first Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food. It highlights the conceptual advances in the legal understanding of the right to food in international human rights law, as well as analyzes key practical challenges through experiences in 11 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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Scaling Social Impact New Thinking

Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration Edited by Alpaslan Özerdem, Professor and Chair in Peacebuilding, Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies (CPRS), Coventry University, UK and Sukanya Podder, Lecturer in International Politics and Development, Centre for Security Sector Management, Cranfield University, UK

Edited by Mario Biggeri, Associate Professor of Development Economics, University of Florence, Italy, Jerome Ballet, Senior Lecturer in Economics and Ethics, University of Versailess Saint Quentin en Yvelines, France and Flavio Comim, Fellow, St Edmind’s College, University of Cambridge, UK

This book examines the complex and under-researched relationship between recruitment experiences and reintegration outcomes for child soldiers. It looks at time spent in the group, issues of cohesion, identification, affiliation, membership and the post demobilization experience of return, and resettlement.

‘This landmark book opens up children’s capabilites as an entirely new field. Combining illuminating theoretical discussion and a wide range of interesting international case studies, the book establishes how we can do much more to recognize children in the conceptual vocabulary of the capability approach. It thus orients us towards better social research and practice with and for children.’Elaine Unterhalter, Professor of Education and International Development, Institute of Education, University of London, UK

Paul N. Bloom, Adjunct Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing and Edward Skloot, Founding Director, Centre for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society; Professor of the Practice of Public Policy, both at Duke University, USA

Many social entrepreneurs struggle to take successful, innovative programs that address social problems a local or limited basis and scale them up to expand their impact in a more widespread, deeper, and efficient way. The editors address this issue with a comprehensive collection of original papers written by leading scholars. January 2012 10pp figures Paperback

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Children and Armed Conflict Cross-disciplinary Investigations

Childhood Poverty Multidisciplinary Approaches Edited by Jo Boyden, Director, Young Lives, University of Oxford, UK and Michael Bourdillon, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Zimbabwe , Zimbabwe

Part of a three-volume mini series, this study focuses on children and poverty. It shows how poverty affects their development and their lives as children and how children and their families respond to these pressures. It follows two cohorts of children in poor communities in Vietnam, South Africa, Ethiopia, India, and Peru. December 2011 304pp 30 tables and 20 figures Hardback £60.00

Children and the Capability Approach

Edited by Daniel Thomas Cook, Associate Professor of Childhood Studies and Sociology and John Wall, Associate Professor of Religion, Department of Philosophy and Religion, both at Rutgers University,USA

Exploring the experiences of children encountering war and armed conflict, this book draws upon history, ethnography, sociology, literature, media studies, psychology, public policy, and other disciplines to address children as soldiers, refugees, and peace-builders within their social, cultural, and political contexts. June 2011 264pp 2 b/w tables and 2 diagrams Hardback £55.00

Exploring a wide variety of case studies and developmental issues from a capability perspective, this book is an original contribution to both development and children’s studies that raises a strong case for placing children’s issues at the core of human development. September 2011 320pp 216x138mm 45 b/w tables, 8 figures and 8 b/w photographs Hardback £60.00 978-0-230-28481-4

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Fighting Poverty Together

Delivering Development

Rethinking Strategies for Business, Governments, and Civil Society to Reduce Poverty

Globalization’s Shoreline and the Road to a Sustainable Future

Aneel Karnani, Associate Professor of Strategy, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, USA

Edward R. Carr, Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of South Carolina, USA

Karnani demonstrates what is wrong with today’s approaches to reducing poverty. He proposes an eclectic approach to poverty reduction that emphasizes the need for business, government and civil society to partner together to create employment opportunities for the poor. May 2011 Hardback

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A vivid account of two centuries of life in rural Ghana, demonstrates how commonly held beliefs about globalization and development fail to capture the lived experiences of the global poor.

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Overcoming the Persistence of Inequality and Poverty

Edited by Valpy FitzGerald, Head of Department, Oxford Department of International Development (Queen Elizabeth House), UK, Judith Heyer, Emeritus Fellow, Somerville College, University of Oxford, UK and Rosemary Thorp, Emeritus Reader in the Economics of Latin America, Department of International Development, and Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, UK

Contents: Taking it all Apart / Getting to the ‘Beach’ / A Day at the Beach / Living with Uncertainty / Nothing Has Always Been Like This / The Tide Goes Out / The Tide Comes Back In / Scaling Up: Why the Lessons of Dominase and Ponkrum Matter to the World / Losing the Signal in the Noise / The Long Emergency on the Shoreline of Globalization: It’s Not Their Problem / Understanding the World Anew / Truly Participatory Development / Two Futures (Out of Many) / Uncertainty Is Hope / Bibliography February 2011 Hardback

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Migration, Ethnicity and Identity

Dynamics of Environmental Migration François Gemenne, Junior Lecturer, Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France, Jill Jäger Researcher, Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI), Austria and Han Entzinger, Department of Social Sciences, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

This volume comparatively analyzes the empirical linkages between environmental changes and forced migration across five continents to explore questions such as do environmental changes trigger migration flows? and where and how do people migrate? The findings are based on the research project EACH-FOR, that was conducted in 23 countries. Contents: List of Tables and Figures / Acknowledgements / Foreword / Introduction / State of the Art Research on Environmental Migration / Typology of Enivronmental Damages and Areas Affected / How Environmental Factors Interact with Other Migration Drivers / Patterns of Environmental Migration / Implications of Migration Decisions / Policies, Norms and the Role of the State / Climate Change and Adaptation / Thinking about the Future / Conclusion / Appendix / Bibliography / Index February 2012 304pp 216x138mm 16 tables, 24 graphs, 4 line diagrams and 16 photographs Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-27500-3 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=407856

International experts evaluate new policy directions in economic development and poverty reduction, building on the ideas of a pioneer in the new discipline of Development Studies, Frances Stewart. Combing ideas and evidence on technological change, human development and conflict prevention to address the issue of the persistence of inequality March 2011 328pp 21 figures and 15 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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The Migration-Development Nexus

Place, Identity & Everyday Life in a Globalizing World

A Transnational Perspective Edited by Thomas Faist, Professor of Transnational Relations and Sociology Department, Faculty of Sociology, University of Bielefeld, Germany, Margit Fauser, Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University, Germany and Peter Kivisto, Richard Swanson Professor of Social Thought and Professor and Chair of Sociology, Augustana College, USA

This book examines current policy discussions around the migration-development nexus and subjects them to rigorous conceptual and empirical criticism through a transnational lens, placing the current re-discovery of migrants as agents of development nexus into theoretical and historical perspective. Contents: Acknowledgements / Preface / Notes on Contributors / The Migration-Development Nexus: Toward a Transnational Perspective; T.Faist & M.Fauser / PART I: PARADIGMS – METHODOLOGICAL AND CONCEPTUAL / A Global Perspective on Migration and Development; N.Glick Schiller / The Dialectic between Uneven Development and Forced Migration: Toward a Political Economy Analytical Framework; R.Delgado Wise & H.Márquez Covarrubias / PART II: ORGANIZATIONS, NETWORKS AND STATES / Diasporas, Recovery, and Development in Conflict-Ridden Societies; N.van Hear / Business as Usual? Urban Actors and Transnational Investments in Accra, Ghana; L.Smith / How Receiving Cities Contribute to Simultaneous Engagements for Incorporation and Development; M.Fauser / A Sociology of Diaspora Knowledge Networks; J.B Meyer / PART III: OUTLOOK / Academic Knowledge, Public Policy, and the Role of Social Scientists; T.Faist / Modernization, Development, and Migration in a Skeptical Age; P.Kivisto April 2011 248pp 3 b/w tables and 1 figure Hardback £55.00

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Harvey Perkins, Professor of Human Geography, Lincoln University, New Zealand and David C. Thorns, Professor of Sociology, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

How do our everyday experiences and environments inform who we are? Covering current topics, from virtual spaces to migration, this book connects daily life and identity with broader structural and global processes. With vivid examples highlighting the interdependence of place and society, it is a key text across the social sciences. Contents: Introduction / PART I: ESTABLISHING A FRAMEWORK / Place, Identity and Everyday Life / Everyday Life in a Globalizing World / PART II: ORGANIZING AND LIVING IN OUR EVERYDAY WORLDS / Cities and Region / Houses and Homes / Virtual Places and Spaces / Places of Consumption / PART III: A FINITE WORLD? / Sustaining the Places in which we Live / Sustainable Housing, Neighbourhoods and Communities / Place, Identity and Everyday Life in a Globalizing World Revisited November 2011 208pp Paperback £19.99

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Conflict, Inequality and Ethnicity Series Editor: Frances Stewart

Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development Langer, Stewart, Venugopal, Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development, Langer, Stewart, Venugopal

Edited by Arnim Langer, Lecturer in International Relations and Director, Centre for Peace Research and Strategic Studies (CPRS), University of Leuven, Belgium, Frances Stewart, Emeritus Professor of Development Economics and Director, Centre for Research on Inequality, Human Security and Ethnicity (CRISE), University of Oxford, UK and Rajesh Venugopal, Altajir Lecturer in Post-War Recovery Studies, Department of Politics, University of York, UK

This book evaluates the extent to which postconflict reconstruction has addressed problems of horizontal inequalities through country case studies on Burundi, Rwanda, Nepal, Peru, Guatemala, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Afghanistan, and four thematic studies on macroeconomic policies, privatisation, PRSP’s, and employment generation. October 2011 336pp 23 figures and 48 b/w tables Hardback £60.00

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Understanding Collective Political Violence Guichaoua, Understanding Collective Political Violence Understanding Collective Political Violence, Guichaoua

Edited by Yvan Guichaoua, Research Officer, Department of International Development, University of Oxford, UK

Understanding Collective Political Violence offers a unique view on contemporary processes of violent political mobilization across continents: Africa, Latin America, South East Asia and the Middle East. It pays particular attention to unconventional combatants such as women or children and details the drivers of their violent engagement. October 2011 288pp 216x138mm 17 figures, 17 b/w tables and 1 map Hardback £57.50 978-0-230-28546-0 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=488965

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Ethnicity and the Persistence of Inequality

’Illegal’ Traveller

The Age of Migration

An Auto-Ethnography of Borders

The Case of Peru Rosemary Thorp, Emeritus Reader in the Economics of Latin America, Department of International Development; Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, UK and Maritza Paredes, Junior Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford University, UK

Understanding why inequality is so great and has persevered for centuries in a number of Latin American countries requires tools that go beyond economics. Investigating the case of Peru, this book explores how inequality is embedded in institutions that constitute the interface between the economy, the polity and geography of the country.

Shahram Khosravi, Associate Professor, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University, Sweden

Based on fieldwork among undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers, ‘Illegal’ Traveller offers a narrative of the polysemic nature of borders, border politics, and rituals and performances of bordercrossing. Interjecting personal experiences into ethnographic writing it is ‘a form of self-narrative that places the self within a social context’. September 2011 160pp Paperback £19.99

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A New Politics of Identity Political Principles for an Interdependent World Bhikhu Parekh, Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Westminster, UK

‘In this wide-ranging and clearly argued book, Bhikhu Parekh shows how identity lies at the heart of modern democratic politics.’ Charles Taylor, McGill University, Canada ‘...one of the most important studies of globalization yet produced.’ - Anthony Giddens, formerly London School of Economics and Political Science, UK ...a book for our times, must reading for political theorists and practioners alike.’ - Benjamin R. Barber, University of Maryland and DEMOS (New York), and author of Jihad vs. McWorld, Strong Democracy and Consumed ‘A profound meditation on how to be truly human in an increasingly dehumanized and globalized world.’ - Ziauddin Sardar, The New Statesman - Books of the Year 2008  Ethnic, religious and national identities come under pressure in a globalized world. Is it possible to embrace the sense of belonging and rootedness these identities give and still cultivate human solidarity based on principles of common humanity? This book examines this and related questions, advocating a globally orientated citizenship. Contents: Introduction / The Concept of Identity / The Politics of Collective Identity / National Identity / Multicultural Society and Convergence of Identities / European Liberalism and the ‘Muslim Question’ / Pathology of Religious Identity / Challenges of the Multicultural World / Globalisation and Culture / Principles of Global Ethics / Moralities of Partiality and Impartiality / Citizenship in the Global Age / Promoting Democracy March 2008 Paperback

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South-South Migration Implications for Social Policy and Development Edited by Katja Hujo, Research Coordinator, Social Policy and Development Programme, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Switzerland and Nicola Piper, Centre for Migration Policy Research, Swansea University, UK

Edited by Claudine Attias-Donfut, Director, Department of Ageing Research, CNAV, France, Joanne Cook, Research Assistant, Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, UK, Jaco Hoffman, Research Fellow, Oxford Institute of Ageing, Oxford University, UK and Louise Waite, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leeds, UK February 2012 Hardback

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Children and Migration At the Crossroads of Resiliency and Vulnerability Edited by Marisa O. Ensor, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, American University in Cairo, Egypt and Elzbieta M. Gozdziak, Research Director, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, USA

Providing a comprehensive analysis of the increasingly common phenomenon of child migration, this volume examines the experiences of children in a wide variety of migratory circumstances including economic child migrants, transnational students, trafficked, stateless, fostered, unaccompanied and undocumented children. September 2010 304pp 8 figures and 9 b/w tables Hardback £57.50

This book seeks to explore the development and policy implications of South-South migration, specifically with regard to the role and challenges for social policy. It examines the linkages and impact of migration on gender and care regimes, human resource flows, remittances, poverty, and political organizations by or for migrants. Contents: Preface; K.Hujo & N.Piper / Linking Migration, Social Development and Policy in the South - An Introduction; K.Hujo & N.Piper / The Implications of Migration for Gender and Care Regimes in the South; E.Kofman & P.Raghuram / Human Resource Flows from and between Developing Countries: Implications for Social and Public Policies; J.Meyer / Migration and Social Development: Organizational and Political Dimensions; N.Piper / Remittances, Migration and Development: Policy Options and Policy Illusions; H.de Haas / Migration and Poverty: Linkages, Knowledge Gaps and Policy Implications; A.de Haan & S.Yaqub / Towards Inclusive Migration and Social Policy Regimes - Conclusion; K.Hujo & N.Piper August 2010 Hardback

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Antimilitarism

Society, Culture and Development

Cynthia Cockburn, Visiting Professor and Honorary Professor, Department of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, City University London, UK; Honorary Professor, Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick, UK

Social Research after the Cultural Turn Edited by Sasha Roseneil, Professor of Sociology and Social Theory and Stephen Frosh, Professor of Psychology and Pro-ViceMaster, Centre for Psychosocial Studies, both at Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

This collection explores the contested meanings and diverse practices of social research in the context of contemporary theoretical debates in cultural and social theory, addressing fundamental questions facing those working in the social and human sciences today. Contents: Preface and Acknowledgements / List of Illustrations / Notes on Contributors / Social Research after the Cultural Turn: A (Self-)Critical Introduction; S.Roseneil & S.Frosh / Doing Feminist Social Research after the Cultural Turn: Research with Practical Intention; S.Roseneil / Identity Troubles: After the ‘Cultural Turn’; L.Segal / Psychoanalysis after the Turn: Relationality, Ontology, Ethics; S.Frosh / Living with Two Cultural Turns: The Case of the Study of Religion; G.Lynch / Squatting in History: Queer Pasts and the Cultural Turn; M.Cook / The Gaze of Development after the Cultural Turn; K.Wells / Legal Studies after the Cultural Turn: A Case Study of Judicial Research; L.Moran / The Cultural Turn, Racialisation and Postcoloniality; Y.Narayan / Turning to Food: Geography, Food Production/Consumption and the Cultural Turn; R.Cox / The Politics of Method and the Challenge of Digital Data; M.Savage / Bibliography / Index

A lively, first hand account of the ideas and activities of women and men in anti-war, anti-militarist and peace movements. The author looks at the tensions and divergences in and between organizations, and their potential for cohering into a powerful worldwide counter-hegemonic movement for violence reduction. Contents: Introduction / Finding a Voice: Women at Three Moments of British Peace Activism / War Resistance and Pacifist Revolution / Legitimate Disobedience: An Anti-militarist Movement in Spain / Midlands City: Faiths and Philosophies together for Palestine / Saying No to NATO: Divergent Strategies / Seeing the Whole Picture: Anti-militarism in Okinawa and Japan / A State of Peace: Movements to Reunify and Demilitarize Korea / Guns and Bodies: Armed Conflict and Domestic Violence / Towards a Different Common Sense / References February 2012 Hardback Paperback

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This book explores the significance of sport in the understanding of past and current societal dynamics in the Arab world. It examines sport in relation to cultural, political and economic changes in the Arab World, including nation-state building, the formation of national identity and international relations in post-colonial context. Contents: List of Tables / Acknowledgements / Introduction: The Complexity of Questioning Modern Sports in the Arab (and Islamic) Context, in ‘Late Modernity’ / Sport and Development in the Arab World / Football in Post-Colonial and Toward Post-Conflict Algeria / The Development and the Challenges of Sport Broadcasting Industry in the Arab World / Elite Sport Policies and Politics in North Africa / Development Through Sport in the Arabian Peninsula / The Arab World in the Global Sporting Arena: An Islamic Perspective / Conclusion / Notes / Bibliography / Index December 2011 208pp 10 b/w tables Hardback £55.00

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International Perspectives on Suburbanization

Sociology of the European Union Edited by Adrian Favell, Professor of European and International Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark and Virginie Guiraudon, Research Professor, National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), France

A Post-Suburban World? Edited by Nicholas A. Phelps, Professor of Urban and Regional Development, University College London, UK and Fulong Wu, Professor of East Asian Planning and Development, School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University, UK

New urban developments such as office blocks, warehouses and retail complexes are increasingly common in outer city regions across the world. This book examines the processes of post-suburbanization in international perspective, exploring how developments across the world might be considered post-suburban. September 2011 288pp 216x138mm 7 figures, 11 maps and 3 b/w tables Hardback £55.00 978-0-230-27639-0 http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=411927

‘This valuable text surveys the increasingly rich range of sociological analyses of the European Union. The combination of thematic overviews and primary research makes this book an excellent resource for students and lecturers.’Helen Wallace, Centennial Professor, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Written by an internationally renowned team of experts, this book gives a much-needed sociological analysis of the European Union today. Integrating theory and empirical research, it assesses pertinent issues, from mobilities to the media. This is an engaging exploration of a fascinating subject for all students and scholars interested in Europe. Contents: Introduction; A.Favell & V.Guiraudon / PART I: SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS / Social Class and Identity; J.D.Medrano / Social Mobility and Spatial Mobility; A.Favell & E.Recchi / Elites, Middle Classes and Cities; A.Andreotti & P.Le Gales / Markets and Firms; N.Fligstein / PART II: POLITICS AND POLICIES / Mobilizations; V.Guiraudon / EU Politics; N.Kauppi / EU Policies; F.Mérand / Social Theory and European Integration; H.Trenz / Postface; G.Ross March 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Health and Development

Feminisms, HIV and AIDS Vicci Tallis, HIV and AIDS Programme Manager, Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, South Africa

By taking a focus on the pandemic at its epicentre in Southern Africa, Tallis explores the gendered power inequalities driving women’s vulnerability to HIV and provides suggestions of how to individually and collectively address women’s oppression. Contents: PART I / Making the Case: Why a Feminist Response is Necessary / Theories of Power: Feminisms in Action / PART II / Power Over? The Influence of Donors / Power with: Mobilizing Around Identity & Issue / Power to: Multiple Vulnerabilities. Trafficking, HIV & AIDS in South Asia / Power Within: Lesbian Sexuality in the Jacob Zuma Rape Trial / Power to: Local Action / PART III / Power as Solution February 2012 Hardback

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HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa Politics, Aid and Globalization Adrian Flint, Lecturer in Development Studies, Department of Politics, University of Bristol, UK

This book explains how issues of governance lie at the heart of understanding and combating the HIV/AIDS crisis in Africa. It reviews the debates surrounding the root causes of the pandemic and its continuing proliferation.

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Comparative Health Policy

AIDS in the Twenty-First Century

3rd edition

Disease and Globalization Fully Revised and Updated Edition 2nd edition

Robert H. Blank, Research Scholar, New College, Sarasota, USA and Viola Burau, Associate Professor of Public Policy, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Review of previous editions: 'An excellent introductory text for a complex and changing subject which effectively shows how the forces of convergence in health and medical care policies are balanced against the national sources of continuing differences in how health care is delivered, financed, regulated, and evaluated.' - Ted Marmor, Professor of Public Policyand Management, Yale School of Management and Professor of Political Science, Yale University, USA This wide-ranging text assesses the extent to which policy problems and responses in different countries have common causes or spring from specific national circumstances. This fully revised third edition includes details of reforms in Germany and the Netherlands, more examples from Asia, and boxed histories of the health systems covered. Contents: Comparative Health Policy: An Introduction / The Context of Health Care / Funding, Provision and Governance / Setting Priorities and Allocating Resources / The Medical Profession / Beyond the Hospital: Care in the Home / Public Health / Understanding Health Policy Comparatively April 2010 Paperback

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Health Inequality and Development Edited by Mark McGillivray, Deputy Director, World Institute for Development Economics Research, Finland, Indranil Dutta, Lecturer in Economics, Brooks World Poverty Institute and David Lawson, Lecturer, Institute for Development Policy and Management; Senior Research Fellow/Faculty Associate with The Chronic Poverty Research Centre (CPRC) and Brooks World Poverty Institute (BWPI), both at University of Manchester, UK

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Based on original empirical research, this book explores retributive and gender justice, the potentials and limits of agency, and the correlation of transitional justice and social change through case studies of current dynamics in post-violence countries such Rwanda, South Africa, Cambodia, East Timor, Columbia, Chile and Germany. Contents: Introduction: Gender in Transitional Justice; S.Buckley-Zistel & M.Zolkos / PART I: RETRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AND GENDER JUSTICE / The Role of the ICC in Transitional Gender Justice: Capacity and Limitations; L.Chappell / Gendered Under-Enforcement in the Transitional Justice Context; F.D.Ní Aoláin / Neglected Crimes: The Challenge of Raising Sexual and GenderBased Crimes before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia; S.Studzinsky / PART II: TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND SOCIAL CHANGE / Continuities of Violence against Women in South Africa: The Limitations of Transitional Justice; R.Sigsworth & N.Valji / Transitioning to What? Transitional Justice and Gendered Citizenship in Chile and Colombia; C.O’Rourke / PART III: POTENTIALS AND LIMITS OF AGENCY / Asserting their Presence! Women’s Quest for Transitional Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda; R.Mageza-Barthel / How Sexuality Changes Agency: Gay Men, Jews, and Transitional Justice; A.von Wahl / PART IV: POLITICS OF JUSTICE AND RECONCILIATION / Gender-Inclusivity in Transitional Justice Strategies: Women in Timor-Leste; E.Porter / Frau Mata Hari on Trial. Seduction, Espionage and Gendered Abjection in Reunifying Germany; M.Zolkos / Transitions to Justice; N.Dhawan October 2011 Hardback

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Feeling the Heat Edited by Ian Bailey, Associate Professor of Human Geography, University of Plymouth, UK and Hugh Compston, Professor of Politics, School of European Studies, Cardiff University, UK

To avoid uncontrolled climate change, greenhouse gas emissions will have to be brought under control by major emitters outside the affluent West. The authors investigate the political obstacles in BRIC countries and what their governments could do to strengthen climate policies without incurring serious political damage. Contents: Introduction; I.Bailey & H.Compston / PART I: CONTEXT / Climate Policy: Issues and Opportunities for Rapidly Industrializing Countries; T.Barker / BRICS in the Global Climate Regime: Rapidly Industrializing Countries and International Climate Negotiations; D.Davenport / Ever Closer Partnerships? European Union Relations with Rapidly Industrializing Countries on Climate Change; S.Afionis & I.Bailey / The United States and Rapidly Industrializing Countries: Climate Policy in Bilateral Relations; P.Harris / PART II: ANALYSIS / Supporting China’s Green Leap Forward: Political Strategies for China’s Climate Policies; M.Schröder / India and Climate Change: Energy, Equity and Development; S.Fisher / More than Hot Air: The Economics and Politics of Climate Change in Russia; N.Howarth & A.Foxall / Climate Politics in Brazil: Public Awareness, Social Transformations and Emissions Reduction; E.Viola & M.Franchini / PART III: CONCLUSIONS / Political Strategy and Climate Policy in Rapidly Industrializing Countries; I.Bailey & H.Compston February 2012 Hardback

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Against Water Privatization Critiquing Neoliberal Water Policy

International Development Policy: Energy and Development

José Esteban Castro, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of Newcastle, UK

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) and Gilles Carbonnier, Professor of Development Economics, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland

This book addresses water privatization from a historical-sociological perspective and rejects claims of ‘neutrality’ from actors across the political spectrum who are responsible for neoliberal water policies, interrogating the ethics of political pragmatism. March 2012 Hardback

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This book questions the practices in the policy processes of international institutions. It looks at the formal and informal practices that are routinely undertaken as part of the structure of international policy processes, and analyses how people behave and with what outcome for international environmental governance. Contents: Challenging Reforms to International Environmental Governance / Policy Processes that Shape International Environmental Governance / Construction of Global Environmental Issues and Policy Instruments / Policy: Assumptions, Controversies and Directions / Compliance with Policy / Policy Effectiveness / Building Better Outcomes for International Environmental Governance October 2011 14 b/w tables Hardback

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index Brett Reconstructing Development Theory 3

A Adaptation, Poverty and Development Clark

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Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century Cornelissen Cheru Shaw

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Africa Toward 2030 Lundsgaarde

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Against Water Privatization Castro

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The Age of Migration Castles Miller

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Brown Transnational Transfers and Global Development 9 Brown-Shafii Promoting Good Governance, Development and Accountability 10 Buckley-Zistel Stanley Gender in Transitional Justice 26

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Clark Adaptation, Poverty and Development

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Coase Wang How China Became Capitalist 12 Cockburn Antimilitarism

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Collier Venables Plundered Nations?

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Commodities, Governance and Economic Development under Globalization Nissanke Mavrotas 14 Comparative Development Theory Somjee

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Aggarwal-Khan The Policy Process in International Environmental Governance 27

Cadman Quality and Legitimacy of Global Governance 11

AIDS in the Twenty-First Century Barnett Whiteside 26

Cai The Political Economy of East Asia

Carey Privatizing the Democratic Peace 16

Confronting Corruption, Building Accountability Dumas Wedel Callman

Amara Sport, Politics and Society in the Arab World 24

Carr Delivering Development

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Constructing Democracy in Africa Wing 15

Ansoms Marysse Natural Resources and ocal Livelihoods in the Great Lakes Region of Africa 13

Carroll Delusions of Development

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Cook Wall Children and Armed Conflict 19

Castles Miller The Age of Migration

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Cooper Internet Gambling Offshore

Castro Against Water Privatization

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Antimilitarism Cockburn

The Challenge of Transition Pringle Clarke 17

Cornelissen Cheru Shaw Africa and International Relations in the 21st Century 9

Ascher Krupp Physical Infrastructure Development

24 13

Attias-Donfut Cook Hoffman Waite Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration 23

b Bailey Compston Feeling the Heat

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Barnett Whiteside AIDS in the Twenty-First Century

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Beigbeder International Criminal Tribunals 17 Biggeri Ballet Comim Children and the Capability Approach

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Blank Burau Comparative Health Policy 26 Bloom Skloot Scaling Social Impact

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Bottom-Up Politics Kostovicova Glasius

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Boyden Bourdillon Childhood Poverty

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Comparative Health Policy Blank Burau 26 14

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Challenging Global Finance Friesen

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Critical International Political Economy Shields Bruff Macartney

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Challenging Global Inequality Greig Hulme Turner

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da Conceição-Heldt Negotiating Trade Liberalization at the WTO

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Child Soldiers: From Recruitment to Reintegration Özerdem Podder

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Childhood Poverty Boyden Bourdillon

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Children and Armed Conflict Cook Wall 19 Children and Migration Ensor Gozdziak

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Children and the Capability Approach Biggeri Ballet Comim

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Children in Crisis Harper Jones Mendoza Stewart Strand

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D Delivering Development Carr Delusions of Development Carroll

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Dimier Recycling Empire

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Dumas Wedel Callman Confronting Corruption, Building Accountability

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Dynamics of Energy Governance in Europe and Russia Kuzemko Belyi Goldthau Keating

Citizenship, Belonging and Intergenerational Relations in African Migration Attias-Donfut Cook Hoffman Waite 23

Dynamics of Environmental Migration Gemenne Jäger Entzinger

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Development beyond Politics Yarrow

China and India and the End of Development Models Huang Tan Bandyopadhyay 5

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index Global Commodity Governance Gale Haward

E Economics of Development Thirlwall

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Ensor Gozdziak Children and Migration

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Ethnicity and the Persistence of Inequality Thorp Paredes 22 EU Policy for Global Development Gänzle Grimm Makhan

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f Faist Fauser Kivisto The MigrationDevelopment Nexus

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Favell Guiraudon Sociology of the European Union

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Feeling the Heat Bailey Compston

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Feminisms, HIV and AIDS Tallis

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The Fight for the Right to Food Ziegler Golay Mahon Way

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Fighting Poverty Together Karnani

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FitzGerald Heyer Thorp Overcoming the Persistence of Inequality and Poverty

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Flint HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Friesen Challenging Global Finance

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g Gale Haward Global Commodity Governance

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Gänzle Grimm Makhan EU Policy for Global Development 18 Gemenne Jäger Entzinger Dynamics of Environmental Migration

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Gender in Transitional Justice Buckley-Zistel Stanley

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Global Civil Society 2012 Kaldor Moore Selchow

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The Global Crisis and Transformative Social Change Utting Razavi Varghese Buchholz 8 Global Political Economy O’Brien Williams 6

Health Inequality and Development McGillivray Dutta Lawson

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Hehir Humanitarian Intervention

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Heo Reconciling Enemy States

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HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa Flint

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Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World Harrigan El-Said

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Globalization and Human Rights in the Developing World Nault England

Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development Langer Stewart Venugopal 21

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Horn Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU

Holton Globalization and the Nation State 15

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Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies Rehbein 14

How China Became Capitalist Coase Wang 12

Globalization and the Nation State Holton

Huang Tan Bandyopadhyay China and India and the End of Development Models 5

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Good Governance and Development Smith 3

Hujo Piper South-South Migration

Goodhart Mihr Human Rights in the 21st Century

Human Development Report 2011 United Nations Development Programme 12

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Governance Ecosystems Sagebien Lindsay 9 Governing Cotton Sneyd

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Governing Risk Moschella

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Governing through Standards Ponte Gibbon Vestergaad

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Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) Carbonnier International Development Policy: Energy and Development

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Greig Hulme Turner Challenging Global Inequality

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Guichaoua Understanding Collective Political Violence

Human Rights and Migration van den Anker van Liempt

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Human Rights in the 21st Century Goodhart Mihr

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Humanitarian Intervention Hehir

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h Harper Jones Mendoza Stewart Strand Children in Crisis

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Harrigan El-Said Globalisation, Democratisation and Radicalisation in the Arab World 15

‘Illegal’ Traveller Khosravi

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Intergenerational Solidarity Zelenev Cruz-Saco

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International Criminal Tribunals Beigbeder 17 International Development Kingsbury McKay Hunt McGillivray Clarke 2 International Development Policy: Energy and Development Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) Carbonnier 27 International Perspectives on Suburbanization Phelps Wu

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Internet Gambling Offshore Cooper

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index Modi South-South Cooperation

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Moschella Governing Risk

Kaldor Moore Selchow Global Civil Society 2012

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Karnani Fighting Poverty Together

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Khosravi ‘Illegal’ Traveller

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Kiely Rethinking Imperialism Kiely The New Political Economy of Development Kingsbury McKay Hunt McGillivray Clarke International Development

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l Langer Stewart Venugopal Horizontal Inequalities and Post-Conflict Development 21

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Motta Gunvald Nilsen Social Movements in the Global South 5 Muzaka The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines 11

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n National Interests and European Integration Milzow

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Nault England Globalization and Human Rights in the Developing World 16

Neoliberalism in Crisis Overbeek van Apeldoorn

Parekh A New Politics of Identity

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Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance Rushton Williams

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Natural Resources and Local Livelihoods in the Great Lakes Region of Africa Ansoms Marysse 13

Negotiating Trade Liberalization at the WTO da Conceição-Heldt

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Physical Infrastructure Development Ascher Krupp

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Place, Identity & Everyday Life in a Globalizing World Perkins Thorns

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Plundered Nations? Collier Venables

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The Policy Process in International Environmental Governance Aggarwal-Khan

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The Political Economy of Capital Market Reforms in South East Asia Zhang 10 The Political Economy of East Asia Cai

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Latin American Responses to Globalization in the 21st Century Nilsson Gustafsson 7

The New Political Economy of Development Kiely 6

Lee McCann Regulating for Decent Work 13

A New Politics of Identity Parekh

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The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines Muzaka 11

Local Climate Governance in China Schröder

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Nilsson Gustafsson Latin American Responses to Globalization in the 21st Century 7

The Politics of Resource Extraction Sawyer Gomez 8

Lundsgaarde Africa Toward 2030

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Nissanke Mavrotas Commodities, Governance and Economic Development under Globalization 14

Ponte Gibbon Vestergaad Governing through Standards

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Migration and Social Protection SabatesWheeler Feldman 5 The Migration-Development Nexus Faist Fauser Kivisto 21 Milzow National Interests and European Integration 18

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Social Research after the Cultural Turn Roseneil Frosh

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Wing Constructing Democracy in Africa 15

Sociology of the European Union Favell Guiraudon

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The World’s Largest Humanitarian Agency Shaw 16

Somjee Comparative Development Theory

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South-South Cooperation Modi

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Sport, Politics and Society in the Arab World Amara

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States Versus Markets Schwartz

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r Reconciling Enemy States Heo

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Reconstructing Development Theory Brett 3 Recycling Empire Dimier

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Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU Horn 9 Regulating for Decent Work Lee McCann 13 Rehbein Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies Rethinking Imperialism Kiely Roseneil Frosh Social Research after the Cultural Turn

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Rushton Williams Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance 11

Sabates-Wheeler Feldman Migration and Social Protection

Wain Malaysian Maverick

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Theorizing Global Studies O’Byrne Hensby 15 5

Thirlwall Economics of Development

Thorp Paredes Ethnicity and the Persistence of Inequality 22

Sánchez Vos Ganuza Lofgren Díaz-Bonilla Public Policies for Human Development 14

Transnational Transfers and Global Development Brown

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Schröder Local Climate Governance in China

Understanding Collective Political Violence Guichaoua 21

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Schwartz States Versus Markets

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United Nations Development Programme Human Development Report 2011 12

Smith Good Governance and Development 3 Smith Understanding Third World Politics 2 Sneyd Governing Cotton

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Zhang The Political Economy of Capital Market Reforms in South East Asia

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Yarrow Development beyond Politics

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Sawyer Gomez The Politics of Resource Extraction

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