Globalization and Human Rights

Synopsis

"A useful examination of an important subject. This work adds important insights into human rights and globalization, a subject that is sure to remain at the center of debate for a considerable time."--David P. Forsythe, coauthor of "The United Nations and Changing World Politics

"Brysk and her collaborators have produced the most systematic and comprehensive study to date of globalization and human rights. The authors move the debate forward by mapping out the impact of diverse forms of globalization on different types of rights, concluding that globalization can both exploit and empower, depending on the form of globalization and the type of state."--Kathryn Sikkink, co-author, with Margaret Keck, of "Activists Beyond Borders

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Alison Brysk
  • Kristen Hill Maher
  • Amalia Lucia Cabezas
  • Richard Falk
  • Wesley T. Milner
  • Alison Brysk
  • Kristen Hill Maher
  • Amalia Lucia Cabezas
  • Richard Falk
  • Wesley T. Milner
  • Raul C. Pangalangan
  • Shayne Weyker
  • Clifford Bob
  • James N. Rosenau
  • Jonathan Fox
  • Wayne Sandholtz
  • Jack Donnelly
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Berkeley, CA
Publication year:
  • 2002