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Neo-liberal globalism and social sustainable globalisation [electronic resource] / edited by Eva Nieuwenhuys.

Contributor(s): Nieuwenhuys, E. C. (Eva Constant), 1951-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: International studies in sociology and social anthropology: v. 100.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2006Description: 1 online resource (xix, 243 p.).ISBN: 904740971X (electronic bk.); 9789047409717 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Globalization -- Congresses | Sustainable development -- Congresses | Neoliberalism -- Congresses | Globalization | Sustainable development | Neoliberalism | Electronic books | Mondialisation -- Congr�es | D�eveloppement durable -- Congr�es | N�eo-lib�eralisme -- Congr�es | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Globalization | Internationalisierung | Nachhaltigkeit | Neoliberalismus | Globalisierung | Neoliberalismus | Soziale VerantwortungGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Neo-liberal globalism and social sustainable globalisation.DDC classification: 303.48/2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The challenges of social sustainable globalisation / Eva Nieuwenhuys and Joop de Kort -- Liberal globalism : a defense / Paul Cliteur -- The ambiguity of globalisation / Gerard Visser -- Social, sustainable globalisation requires a paradigm other than neo-liberal globalism / Eva Nieuwenhuys -- Individual freedom and the ESOCUL rights : the illusions of libertarianism / Rob Buitenweg -- What's in it for us? globalisation, international institutions and the less developed countries / Joop de Kort -- Social sustainable globalisation and international law : in need of a new international constitutional balance / Marcel Brus -- The odds of 'liberalisation' as an informing principle of law, governance and development / Jan Michiel Otto -- Water as a social, economic and ecological good in globalising world / Antoinette Hildering -- Morality and the legitimacy of non governmental organisations' involvement in international politics and policy making / Anton Vedder -- Can corporate governance contribute to sustainable development? / Cornelis de Groot -- Sustainability reporting by companies is necessary for sustainable globalisation / Tineke Lambooy.
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Papers from a symposium held June 2004 organized by the E.M. Meijers Institute of Legal Studies.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The challenges of social sustainable globalisation / Eva Nieuwenhuys and Joop de Kort -- Liberal globalism : a defense / Paul Cliteur -- The ambiguity of globalisation / Gerard Visser -- Social, sustainable globalisation requires a paradigm other than neo-liberal globalism / Eva Nieuwenhuys -- Individual freedom and the ESOCUL rights : the illusions of libertarianism / Rob Buitenweg -- What's in it for us? globalisation, international institutions and the less developed countries / Joop de Kort -- Social sustainable globalisation and international law : in need of a new international constitutional balance / Marcel Brus -- The odds of 'liberalisation' as an informing principle of law, governance and development / Jan Michiel Otto -- Water as a social, economic and ecological good in globalising world / Antoinette Hildering -- Morality and the legitimacy of non governmental organisations' involvement in international politics and policy making / Anton Vedder -- Can corporate governance contribute to sustainable development? / Cornelis de Groot -- Sustainability reporting by companies is necessary for sustainable globalisation / Tineke Lambooy.

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