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Themes : Ruling globalization
Rosa Luxembourg Foundation, Brussels
François Houtart, November 2011
Assessing the development impact of European and global financial reforms
Kavaljit Singh, Madhyam (New Delhi) and SOMO (Amsterdam), 2011
Part II, Chapter 3: The Legitimacy of Oeconomy
Pierre Calame, 2009
Excerpts from “L’Essai sur l’oeconomie”, Editions Charles-Léopold Mayer 2009
Pierre Calame, 2009
The present Policy Paper is on the issue of global resource management and key options for action.
The current system of governance is no longer adapted to the challenges of tomorrow’s world. Its architecture must be based on a new vision of the world and on universally acknowledged principles so that its legitimacy is accepted by all.
Pierre Calame, October 2001
Doctoral thesis, Institute of Social Studies: The Hague (NL)
Georgina M. Gómez, April 2008
In 2004 the Workgroup on Solidarity Socio-Economy launched a project to define a Socio-economic Agenda for the 21st century based on various proposals. This document is the version of the Strategic Agenda proposed after the last discussions in 2005.
Pierre Johnson, January 2006
Joseph Rocher, November 2001
Starting by acknowledging the irreversibility of the economic globalisation phenomenon, this document (a summary of the 61-page document « From the failure of the WTO at Seattle … to the conditions for global governance ») proposes a re-definition of the roles and functions of the WTO and gives propositions of action for both actors of the civil society and to the governments of countries’ members.
An Interpretive Summary by David Bollier
David Bollier, November 2010
The Next Stage: Financial Reforms, Jobs and Housing, the Dollar and the International System
Pierre Calame, November 2009
The Financial Crisis, the US Economy, and International Security in the New Administration
Pierre Calame, November 2008
WSF 2003 Globalisation and other possible forms of a democratic world governance
Twentieth Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures October 2000, Salisbury, Connecticut
David C. Korten, October 2000