Just World: A Fabian Manifesto

Just World: A Fabian Manifesto

By: Fabian Globalisation Network (author)Paperback

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The Fabian Society has challenged today's leading thinkers and campaigners to break the deadlock in the globalisation debate. Rather than simply apportioning the blame for world poverty, the Fabian Globalisation Group has produced a manifesto for real change, putting forward a set of solutions to the problems facing the world that combines new multilateral institutions with tougher corporate regulation and a more progressive attitude towards migration. This analysis and advocacy is required reading for anyone who wants to know how a more just world can be created.

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The Fabian Globalisation Group consists of Craig Bennett, Bob Deacon, John Evans, Ricardo Gottschalk, Stephany Griffith-Jones, David Held, Alan Hudson, Russell King, Adam Lent, James B. Quilligan, Martin Shaw and Mark Thomson.

Contents

* Part One: Social Democracy and Globalisation - Adam Lent*1. Introduction*2. Social Democracy and the Global*3. The Crisis of Globalisation* Part Two: A New Global Economic Settlement*4. Regulating and Improving Global Financial Flows - Stepheny Griffith-Jones and Ricardo Gottschalk*5. Allocating a Global Levy - Bob Deacon*6. A New Global Monetary Architecture - James B. Quilligan* Part Three: Building Global Democracy and Peace*7. Rethinking Democracy for a Global Age - David Held*8. Rethinking Peace, Security and Human Rights for a Global Age - Martin Shaw* Part Four: Creating Equitable Trade*9. Equitable Trade and Development - Alan Hudson* Part Five: Improving Global Regulation and Governance*10. Employment Regulation in a Global Economy - John Evans*11. Protecting the Environment Through Global Regulation - Craig Bennett*12. An Equitable Approach to Migration - Russell King and Mark Thomson* Part Six: The Politics of Global Change - Adam Lent*13. Building a Movement for Global Change*14. Conclusion

Product Details

  • publication date: 17/05/2005
  • ISBN13: 9781842774557
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 176
  • ID: 9781842774557
  • weight: 231
  • ISBN10: 1842774557

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