Good Governance in the 21st Century
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Good Governance in the 21st Century

Conflict, Institutional Change, and Development in the Era of Globalization

Edited by Joachim Ahrens, Rolf Caspers and Janina Weingarth

This book explores the interdependences of economic globalisation, political tensions, and national policymaking whilst analysing opportunities for governance reform at both national and international levels. It considers how governance mechanisms can be fashioned in order to both exploit the opportunities of globalization and cope with the numerous potential conflicts and risks.
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Chapter 12: Globalization, Social Movement, and the Labor Market: A Transatlantic Perspective

Welf Werner

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12. Globalization, Social Movement, and the Labor Market: A Transatlantic Perspective 1 WelfWerner 1. INTRODUCTION Equally as varied as the voices involved in the discussion surrounding globalization is the way people understand this notion and, m...

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