Nina Hall, a post-doctoral fellow at Hertie School of Governance offers insight into the financial changes felt at the COP 21. As the world has met in Paris to discuss a more inclusive and accountable… [Read more]
Month: December 2015
The Role of Mutual Recognition Agreements as Trade Facilitators for Developing Countries
Trade liberalisation has been a policy adopted by many developing countries since the 1990s. No country in recent decades has achieved economic success in terms of substantial increases to standards of living without being open… [Read more]
Subsidiarity in Global Governance
Global governance is expanding fast and in different directions, often without a clear or principled framework to guide institutional creation and change. Bilateral and multilateral treaties as well as international organizations have been growing in number and scope,… [Read more]
What is Wrong with Economics?
Along with the world economy, the Great Recession has shaken the ivory tower of the global intelligentsia and inflicted a serious blow to the reputation of an entire discipline: economics. In the aftermath of the crisis,… [Read more]