New Humanism and Global Governance

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    • 999,00 kr

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New Humanism and Global Governance is the first in this subject to study how a variety of factors related to globalization will shape the future of the human community. It discusses the major challenges to today's world order and governance, as well as international experience in responding to these challenges. It covers a wide range of issues including unequal distribution of wealth, the widening income inequality gap, contradiction between economic development and environmental protection, the middle-income trap, de-globalization, democratic crisis, anti-immigration sentiments, nationalism, and radical extremism. It addresses these issues by emphasizing policy implications for governance. The chapters are selected papers from two international conferences jointly held by the Institute of Public Policy(IPP) at the South China University of Technology and UNESCO. Contributors from China, Europe and the US present their questions, observations, and analyses in a narrative and descriptive style which appeal to a wide range of audience.Sample Chapter(s) Introduction: New Humanism and Global Governance Chapter 1: Sustainable Development and New Humanism Contents: Theory and New Perspective: Sustainable Development and New Humanism (Hans d'Orville) New Humanism with Cultural Roots for the Anthropocene: A Confucian Perspective (Chenyang Li) The Impact of Political, Economic and Social Transitions on Order and Governance, Their Vulnerabilities and Predictabilities (Hans d'Orville) The Impact of Globalization on Political Order of Developed and Developing Countries (Mehri Madarshahi) Why Does Globalization Reverse? The Crisis of the Neoliberal Policy Paradigm (Bai Gao) Cultural, Knowledge and Gender: The Transformative Force of Culture in Sustainable Development: Innovative Approaches in Practice (Helene George) Governance, Knowledge and Crisis in the Developed World: The Use of Expertise in the 2008 Financial Meltdown (John L Campbell and John A Hall) Copreneurship and Sustainable Development in Small Family Firms Under the Transitional Economy of Taiwan (Yu-Hsia Lu) Trade, Market and Labor Force: Market, State and Development (Ramesh Thakur) Global Value Chains and New Thinking on Trade and Industrial Policy (Yuqing Xing) Deconstructing Informality: A Response to Vulnerability or an Optimal Choice? (Lina Song, Simon Appleton and Zhe Liang) Party, Governance and the Rule of Law: Governance in Post-Neoliberal Latin America: Lessons from Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela (Anthony Petros Spanakos) The Rule of Law, Market Order and China's Party-State System (Ning Wang) The Party, Governance and Rule of Law in China (Lance L P Gore) Readership: General public interested in the social, political, economic and financial development of China. New Humanism and Global Governance;Isolationism;Anti-Immigration;Income Inequality;Cultural Knowledge;Governance in Post-Neoliberal Latin America;Global Value Chains;The Rule of Law;Market Order;China's Party-State System0Key Features: Differs from competing topics by covering a wide range of factors contributing to global governance, including inequality, immigration, global value chains, global market, cultural knowledge, etc. Addresses the topics by emphasizing policy implications for governance Includes chapters by international organization leader Hans d'Orville and leading scholars like Prof John L Campbell and Prof Gao Bai

Politik och aktuella händelser
25 juli
World Scientific Publishing Company

Fler böcker av Lijun Yang & Wei Shan