Approaches to Global Governance Theory
Edited by Martin Hewson and Timothy J. Sinclair.
Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1999.
|As the debate over global governance heats up, Approaches to Global Governance Theory offers a guide to this new terrain. The contributors advocate approaches to global governance that recognize fundamental political, economic, technological, and cultural dynamics, that engage social and political theory, and that go beyond conventional international relations theory. We are offered here a guide to this new terrain.|
Part One: The Global Governance Concept
1. The Emergence of Global Governance Theory
2. Politics in a Floating World: Toward a Critique of Global Governance
3. Global Governance and Social Closure or Who Is to Be Governed in the Era of Global Governance?
Part Two: Technology, Discourse, and Global Governance
4. Environmental Remote Sensing, Global Governance, and the Territorial State
5. Did Global Governance Create Informational Globalism?
6. Governance and the Nation-State in a Knowledge-Based Political Economy
Part Three: Knowledge, Marketization, and Global Governance
7. The Late-Modern Knowledge Structure and World Politics
8. Synchronic Global Governance and the International Political Economy of the Commonplace
9. Borrowing Authority; Eclipsing Government
Part Four: Political Identity, Civil Society, and Global Governance
11. Our Global Neighborhood: Pushing Problem-Solving Theory to Its Limits and the Limits of Problem-Solving Theory
12. From Local Knowledge and Practice to Global Environmental Governance
Part Five: Conclusion
13. Toward an Ontology for Global Governance