Edited by Samuel Cogolati and Jan Wouters
Given the new-found importance of the commons in current political discourse, it has become increasingly necessary to explore the democratic, institutional, and legal implications of the commons for global governance today. This book analyses and explores the ground-breaking model of the commons and its relation to these debates.
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- The Commons and a New Global Governance
- Copyright Page
- Figures and tables
- Chapter 1: Introduction: democratic, institutional and legal implications of the commons for global governance
- Chapter 2: What democracy for the global commons?
- Chapter 3: Federal commons
- Chapter 4: A (non-)violent revolution? Strategies of civility for the politics of the common
- Chapter 5: Forget Ostrom: from the development commons to the common as social sovereignty
- Chapter 6: Governance of the global commons: a question of supply and demand, the answer of polycentricism
- Chapter 7: The rule of law and accountability: exploring trajectories for democratizing governance of global public goods and global commons
- Chapter 8: Expropriation by definition? Regime complexes, structural power, and global public goods
- Chapter 9: Knowledge commons and global governance of academic publishing
- Chapter 10: The ecology of international law: towards an international legal system in tune with nature and community?
- Chapter 11: From eroding to enabling the commons: the dual movement in international law
- Chapter 12: International law to save the commons
- Chapter 13: Procedure and substance in international environmental law and the protection of the global commons
- Chapter 14: Conclusion: is the governance of the commons a model for a new global governance?
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