Rules without rights land labor and private authority in the global economy tim bartley transformations in governance comparative approach covering both sustainability and labour standards. Transformations in governance is a major new academic book series designed to accommodate the impressive growth of research in comparative politics international relations public policy federalism and environmental and urban studies concerned with the dispersion of authority. This paper examines the transformation of global governance triggered by the rise of the global south section 1 analyses the global governance of finance the area in which emerging economies have been most open in challenging existing institutions. In theory organizations should have a set of authority structures processes and rules in place that govern how decisions get made resources get allocated and priorities get set but in reality most dont
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