Global Rules, Local Rulers – Reflections for the Carnegie UK Trust

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Author: University of Warwick

Year: 2013

NGO’s, Intergovernmental Organisations And Public Economic Debate

 

In 2012 the Trust published Global Rules, Local Rulers, an analysis of the relationships between international economic regulators and civil society groups. In this follow up work an interdisciplinary group from the University of Warwick Global Research Priorities in Global Governance (GRP-GG) programme reflect on the findings of the original report and identify suggestions for research or capacity building activities that might be taken forward in the future by the Trust or others.

 


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