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- Higgott, Richard / Underhill, Geoffrey
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Non-State Actors and Authority in the Global System
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Introduction: globalisation and non-state actors Richard A. Higgott, Geoffrey R. D. Underhill and Andreas BielerPart I. Theoretical considerations: the changing nature of authority relations1. Who does what? Collective action and the changing nature of authority Ann M. Florini2. Grassroots empowerment: states, non-state actors and global policy formation Kendall W. StilesPart II. Multinational companies and the establishment of international rules3. Globalisation and policy convergence: the case of direct investment rules Andrew Walter4. State authority and investment security: non-state actors and the negotiation of the Multilateral Agreement on Investment at the OECD Elizabeth Smythe5. Structures, agents, and institutions: private corporate power and the globalisation of intellectual property rights Susan K. Sell6. Business strategy and evolving rules in the Single European Market Duncan Matthews and John F. Pickering7. Private sector international regimes Virginia Haufler8. Corporate political action in the global polity: national and transnational strategies in the climate change negotiations David L. Levy and Daniel EganPart III. Multinational companies and the international restructuring of production9. Alliance capitalism as industrial order: exploring new forms of interfirm competition in the globalising economy Brian Portnoy10. How global is Ford Motor Company's global strategy? Maria Isabel Studer Noguez11. Foreign capital, host-country-firm mandates, and the terms of globalisation Jochen LorentzenPart IV. Globalisation and inter-governmental and non-governmental organisations12. Private authority, scholarly legitimacy and political credibility: think tanks and informal diplomacy Diane Stone13. International trade rules and states: enhanced authority for the WTO? Gilbert Gagne14. The World Bank, the World Trade Organisation and the environmental social movement Marc Williams15. 'In the foothills' - relations between the IMF and civil society Jan Aart Scholte16. Transnational environmental groups, media, science and public sentiment(s) in domestic policy-making on climate change Susanne Jakobsen