Globalisation and Governance
As countries come to terms with the global financial crisis, their citizens become more assertive in many parts of the world. Challenges to conventional wisdom on economic governance are accompanied by the popular rejection of archaic systems of state government. At the global level new economic and political forces challenge former patterns of international domination.
In these contexts appropriate governance is the imperative of the age. Economic globalisation in particular requires reassessments of state and corporate governance, as well as reconsideration of how the international political economy is governed – or not governed.
- Author: Laurence Boulle (editor)
- Title: Globalisation and Governance
- ISBN: 978-1-920025-39-7
- Publication Date: 2011/05/01
- Publishing House: Siber Ink
- Target Market lawyers, policy makers, academic community, government - central, provincial and local consultants
Globalisation and Governance examines these themes from different disciplinary perspectives, in different national and institutional settings, and in terms of high theory and practical service delivery. It is topical and insightful and provokes thought on the governance challenges ahead.
About the editor
Laurence Boulle is Director, Mandela Institute, and Issy Wolfson Professor of Law, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and Professor of Law, Bond University, Australia. He has published extensively in constitutional law, mediation and ADR, and international economic law and in late 2009 published The Law of Globalisation (Kluwer Law, The Netherlands)
"Increasing complexity of technology and production, combined with increasing globalisation, present a major challenge to traditional government and governance structures. This fascinating volume provides a set of incisive, perceptive and innovative chapters analysing many critical facets of this challenge. It not only provides an important advance in the discourse on globalisation and governance, but also adds an African voice to the discourse."
- Joel P. Trachtman, Professor of International Law, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Massachusetts, USA
Table of Contents
- Laurence Boulle –Governance in a Globalisation Era
- Trevor Manuel – Global Economic Governance: The Search for Economic Justice in a Globalised World
- Dennis Davis – Globalisation Challenges Facing Developing Countries
- Mark Chinen – Governing Complexity
- Guillaume Tusseau – The Province of Constitutionalism Undetermined: From the Fall of State Constitutionalism to the Rise of Panlegalism
- Lawrence Baxter – Exploring the WFO Option for Global Banking Regulation
- Jeff Waincymer – Private Dispute Resolution as an Instrument of Governance
- Robert Grabosch – Prospects of Legal Redress for Victims of Corporate Human Rights Violations in a Globalised World
- Bonita Meyersfeld – Institutional Investment and the Protection of Human Rights: A Regional Proposal
- Anna Dolidze – The European Court of Human Rights' Evolving Approach to Non-Governmental Organisations
- Godwell Nhamo – From Brazil's CDF to Kyoto's CDM: Revisiting Equity Issues in Global Climate Governance
- Makhosini Kunene and Oshupeng Maseng –Violent Service Delivery Protests in Global Perspective: Issues of Governance in Post-Apartheid South Africa