Working Papers on Transnational Politics
Promoting the pioneering approach of City, University of London's Department of International Politics, this series of working papers (ISSN 2052-1898) aims to disseminate the Department's leading-edge research into Transnational Politics, including all its major dimensions.
Subjects covered in this series include, but are not limited to: globalisation and global governance; international organisations; transnational civil society; global political economy; and the major transnational issues including development, disease, the environment, global security, human rights, migration, and religion.
- E. Thrandardottir, NGO audiences: A Beethamite analysis
- Farah, A. O. Transnational NGOs between Popular Uprising and Authoritarian Regime: Developments in Egypt
- E. Thrandardottir, NGO Legitimacy: Four Models
- P. Willetts, The voice of which people? Transnational advocacy networks and governance networks at the United Nations
- A. M. Peña, ISO and social standardisation: Uncomfortable compromises in global policy-making
- S. Harman, Looking for alternatives in global governance: Why multi-level health governance is not the answer for poverty reduction
- Lei Xie, China's environmental activism in the age of globalisation
- S. Silvestri, Unveiled issues: Reflections from a comparative pilot study on Europe's Muslim women
- D. Williams, Governance, security and 'development': The case of money laundering
- A. Nesvetailova, Ponzi finance and global liquidity meltdown: Lessons from Minsky
- T. R. Davies, The rise and fall of transnational civil society: The evolution of international non-governmental organisations since 1839
- S. Harman, Fighting HIV/AIDS: Reconfiguring the state?
Suggestions for papers are welcome. Contact the series editor: Dr Tom Davies (email firstname.lastname@example.org)