The Market or the Public Domain? Global Governance and the Asymmetry of Power

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1.1 A simplified genealogy of the 'assets and collective goods shared in common' 45
1.2 Structure of general government outlays by type of outlays for twelve selected countries: comparing 1980 to 1996 as a percentage total of outlays in each year 52
1.3 The emergence of the public domain at the global level: major environmental treaties and conventions 64
6.1 Professional responses to disability 161
8.1 Contrasting first- and second-wave environmental governance 210
8.2 Downsizing of environmental ministries in Canada 214
9.1 A simplified typology of the evolution of public goods from traditional to modern 236
9.2 Short-term and robust responses to human security issues 242
12.1 ASEAN and MERCOSUR: a comparison 312

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1.1 The overlapping and multiple boundaries of the public domain 39
1.2 World-core economies total government outlays compared to international trade 48
1.3 Social market core economies total government outlays compared to international trade 49
6.1 Economic determinism as a legitimating mechanism for determining the public/private boundary 156
6.2 Formulations of disability 159
6.3 Understanding disability from a societal and individual perspective 164
6.4 Scientific rationalism as a legitimating mechanism for determining the public/private boundary 166
10.1 Triangle of publicness 265

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