Chapter 55: National Policy Space
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This entry explores the concept of the national policy space in the context of sustainable development. It argues that the capacity of countries to set and implement domestic strategies to support sustainable development objectives is often constrained by the rules and institutions of international economic law and reform of these structures of global governance is key to creating an enabling environment at the domestic level to support sustainable development.

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