- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- 1 Introduction: Global Governance by Indicators*
- 2 Beyond Supply and Demand: A <i>Political</i>-Economic Conceptual Model
- 3 Taming and Framing Indicators: A Legal Reconstruction of the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)<sup>*</sup>
- 4 The Dynamism of Indicators<sup>*</sup>
- 5 Semiotics of Indicators: The Case of Corporate Human Rights Responsibility*
- 6 Governmentalizing Sovereignty: Indexes of State Fragility and the Calculability of Political Order*
- 7 Re-Construction of Private Indicators for Public Purposes*
- 8 Legal Yardsticks: International Financial Institutions as Diagnosticians and Designers of the Laws of Nations
- 9 From Diagnosing Under-immunization to Evaluating Health Care Systems
- 10 Internally Displaced Population in Colombia
- 11 Problems of Power in the Design of Indicators of Safety and Justice in the Global South*
- 12 Measuring Human Rights
- 13 The Use of Indicators to Measure Government Responses to Human Trafficking
- 14 Fighting Human Trafficking or Instituting Authoritarian Control?
- 15 Rights-based Humanitarian Indicators in Post-earthquake Haiti*
- 16 Impact Investment Indicators: A Critical Assessment*
- 17 Accountability in the Generation of Governance Indicators*
- 18 Public Regulation of Global Indicators
- Governance by Indicators
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