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Crisis and Change

Crisis and Change
titolo Crisis and Change
sottotitolo The Geopolitics of Global Governance
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Collana Università/Relazioni internazionali e scienza politica
Editore Vita e pensiero
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libro Libro
Pagine 358
Pubblicazione 2012
ISBN 9788834321317
 

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How did the “worst global crisis after 1929” actually change global governance? The crisis accelerated some dynamics of structural change that were already building in some regions; yet, it still did not change much of the way global governance is conceived and practiced.
Facing a crisis requires acknowledging all its multiple dimensions. Local, regional, and global dynamics interplay with each other, yielding a wide plurality of outcomes in different regions. Financial, economic and political dimensions interplay as well, giving rise to new uncertain equilibria.
The aftermath of the crisis confirms the intuition behind the Global Governance in a Plural World project: managing ‘diversity’ represents the single emerging problem for global governance. In facts, increasing regional plurality, driven by the surge of new economic and possibly political powers, is here to stay. This volume assesses the economic and financial crisis, with a view to both its deep roots and its unaddressed implications; it offers some interpretations of post-crisis geo-political and geo-economic developments; it highlights how the crisis interplays security issues.
 

Biografia degli autori

Simona Beretta, Professor of International Economic Policies, Faculty of Political Sciences and ASERI, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Visiting Professor at Zentrum für Europäische Integrationsforschung (ZEI), University of Bonn and at Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, Budapest. Member of the Advisory Council for the Social Sciences, Fetzer Institute, USA. Consultant at the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.

Roberto Zoboli, Professor of Economic Policy, Faculty of Political Sciences and ASERI, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore and Associate Researcher of CERIS-CNR, National Research Council of Italy. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences of CNR and Associate Editor of "Economia Politica”.

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