Global Regulation: Managing Crises After the Imperial Turn
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Global Regulation: Managing Crises After the Imperial Turn

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Kees Van Der Pijl
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Incisive analysis of consequences of US unilateralism for world order
Global Regualtion after 9/11: Imperial Control, Technocratic Governance and the Challenge of Democracy; L.Assassi, D.Wigan & K.van der Pijl PART 1: THE IMPERIAL TURN IN THE GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY From Globalization to Militarism: The American Hegemonic Cycle and System-Wide Crisis; P.Golub Neo-Liberal Dynamics: Towards a New Phase?; G.Dumenil & D.Levy Differential Accumulation and Middle East Wars: Beyond Neo-Liberalism; S.Bichler & J.Nitzan PART 2: PROPERTY RELATIONS AND MARKET STRUCTURES (Re)producing Intellectual Property Norms: Capacity Building Programmes in Developing Countries; C.May TRIPS, Pharmaceutical Patents and Public Health: The Case for Access to HIV Care; B.Coriat & F.Orsi Fallacies of Global Unregulated Markets: The Case of Telecommunications; M.Rioux PART 3: CODES OF CONDUCT AND ACCOUNTABILITY The Peace of the Graveyard: The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights in the Niger Delta; A.Zalik Regulating the Global Athletic Footwear Industry: The Collective Worker in the Product Chain; J.Merk PART 4: INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION A New Spatial Fix for Capitalist Crisis? Immigrant Labour, State Borders and the New Ostracising Imperialism; J.Anderson & I.Shuttleworth A Question of Skills: Gender, Migration Policy and the Global Political Economy; C.Gabriel And Yet It Moves: Mapping the Global Mobility Regime; M.Salter PART 5: THE PRIVATIZATION OF SECURITY American Military Power: Global Public Good or Competitive Advantage?; C.Serfati Regulating Private Military Companies: States and the Expanding Business of Commercial Security Provision; C.Ortiz
When the United States and Britain invaded Iraq in 2003 it seemed as if they also tore up the fabric of global governance of the world economy. But this governance was already contested and the world economy, the contributors argue, is in crisis. The chapters in this collection address the question of whether and how the 'imperial turn' taken by the US and Britain has affected the 'governance' structures of the global political economy in the areas of world economy, property relations, corporate social responsibility, migration, and security.