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  • New Foundations for World Economy and Global Governance

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    A report from this year’s Salzburg Trilogue, addressing the anthropological and normative foundations of our world economy and the necessity to adapt global governance to the new realities of the 21st century. [issuu width=420 height=297 backgroundColor=%23222222 documentId=110916160038-be4a441ff3bb49ff8b04d6ed5b5c9822 name=paper_salzburg_trilogue_fin username=futurechallenges tag=paper unit=px id=56b56b89-5c1a-a353-e0ff-14b87e6422b4 v=2]

  • Global Governance Watch

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    Global Governance Watch® (GGW) is a joint project of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies. Its goal is to raise awareness about global governance, to monitor how international organizations influence domestic political outcomes, and to address issues of transparency and accountability […]

  • Managing global governance

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    Managing Global Governance (MGG) is an initiative of Germany’s Ministry for Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ), implemented jointly by InWEnt – Capacity Building International, Germany and German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), and complemented by the two-week programme International Futures by the Federal Foreign Office. Its purpose is […]

  • The Global Governance Project

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    The Global Governance Project is a joint research programme of 13 European research institutions that seeks to advance understanding of the new actors, institutions and mechanisms of global governance. While we address the phenomenon of global governance in general, most of our research projects focus on global environmental change and governance […]

  • Norms for Global Governance 2011

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    The need to manage systemic global risks and to promote global social goods requires better global governance. The accountability of national leaders to their citizens is often in conflict with the need to act in the global public interest. This tension is apparent in problems as diverse as the global […]