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Providing Global Public Goods: Managing Globalization

Inge Kaul

Abstract

The national economic concept of ‘public goods’ has its transnational analogue, which provides a signpost to the effective management of globalization processes. The pursuit of global public goods, along with the prevention of global public bads, will assist the attainment of a more equitable, and hence a more stable, world order, and should be seen as a vital complement to economic development aid.

Keywords: development aid, global public goods, globalization, public goods

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2003 Print ISBN-13: 9780195157406
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003 DOI:10.1093/0195157400.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Inge Kaul, editor
The United Nations Development Programme

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Why Do Global Public Goods Matter Today?

Inge Kaul, Pedro Conceição, Katell Le Goulven, and Ronald U. Mendoza

How to Improve the Provision of Global Public Goods

Inge Kaul, Pedro Conceição, Katell Le Goulven, and Ronald U. Mendoza

Advancing the Concept of Public Goods

Inge Kaul and Ronald U. Mendoza

Political Globalization: Trends and Choices

David Held and Anthony McGrew

Combining Efficiency With Equity: A Pragmatic Approach

Odile Blanchard, Patrick Criqui, Alban Kitous, and Laurent Viguier

Corruption and Global Public Goods

Peter Eigen and Christian Eigen‐Zucchi