Global Public Goods: International Cooperation in the 21st Century

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GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY

EDITED BY

INGE KAUL

ISABELLE GRUNBERG

MARC A. STERN

PUBLISHED FOR THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)

NEW YORK OXFORD OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1999

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Prologue x
  • Foreword xii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Contributors xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • References xxxvii
  • Concepts 1
  • Concepts 2
  • Notes 16
  • Intergenerational Public Goods Strategies, Efficiency and Institutions 20
  • Appendix 1 45
  • Appendix 1 46
  • Appendix 1 47
  • The Political Economy of International Cooperation 51
  • Note 63
  • References 63
  • Case Studies 65
  • Equity and Justice 66
  • Equity in a Global Public Goods Framework 68
  • Conclusion 84
  • References 85
  • References 86
  • References 113
  • Note 124
  • References 124
  • Market Efficiency 128
  • Deep Integration and Trade Agreements Good for Developing Countries? 146
  • References 148
  • References 150
  • International Financial Instability 152
  • Notes 185
  • Notes 187
  • Environment and Cultural Heritage 190
  • Environment and Cultural Heritage 192
  • References 218
  • New Strategies for the Provision of Global Public Goods Learning from International Environmental Challenges 220
  • Notes 238
  • References 238
  • Health 264
  • Health 266
  • Note 281
  • References 281
  • Health as a Global Public Good 284
  • References 302
  • Knowledge and Information 306
  • Knowledge and Information 308
  • Notes 321
  • Notes 323
  • Global Communications for a More Equitable World 326
  • References 342
  • Peace and Security 364
  • Preventing Deadly Conflict - From Global Housekeeping to Neighbourhood Watch 366
  • References 380
  • Conclusion 382
  • Notes 411
  • References 413
  • Policy Implications 417
  • International Public Goods and the Case for Foreign Aid 418
  • Appendix 431
  • Notes 434
  • References 434
  • Regional Public Goods in International Assistance 436
  • Conclusion Global Public Goods Concepts, Policies and Strategies 450
  • References 502
  • Glossary 509
  • Further Reading Compiled by Priya Gajraj 512
  • About the Contributors 517
  • Index 527
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