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Editorial Exit

Editorial Exit Global Governance 15 (2009), 559-565 Barry Carin, Jan Aart Scholte, and Gordon Smith ustom has it that outgoing editors of Global Governance bid readers farewell with a swan song piece in the final issue produced under their C tenure. Such is our moment at the end of Volume 15. This closure pres- ents an occasion to reflect on where the past four years have taken Global Governance and what issues press for future attention. We came into editorial office in July 2005 with Global Governance well established as one of the most respected academic journals in the field of global studies. In our opening statement to readers (see vol. 12, no. 1) we de- clared an intention to build upon that record in order that the journal would make still more notable contributions to policy-relevant knowledge about the governance of pressing global problems. Four years later, what has been done toward that objective? Conceptions One of our declared subsidiary aims toward this overarching goal was to fos- ter a broader conceptualization of “global governance.” This field of activity is, we suggested, not limited to the older multilateralism of intergovernmental agencies such as the United Nations and the World Trade http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations Brill

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Brill
Copyright
Copyright © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
1075-2846
eISSN
1942-6720
DOI
10.1163/19426720-01504012
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Abstract

Global Governance 15 (2009), 559-565 Barry Carin, Jan Aart Scholte, and Gordon Smith ustom has it that outgoing editors of Global Governance bid readers farewell with a swan song piece in the final issue produced under their C tenure. Such is our moment at the end of Volume 15. This closure pres- ents an occasion to reflect on where the past four years have taken Global Governance and what issues press for future attention. We came into editorial office in July 2005 with Global Governance well established as one of the most respected academic journals in the field of global studies. In our opening statement to readers (see vol. 12, no. 1) we de- clared an intention to build upon that record in order that the journal would make still more notable contributions to policy-relevant knowledge about the governance of pressing global problems. Four years later, what has been done toward that objective? Conceptions One of our declared subsidiary aims toward this overarching goal was to fos- ter a broader conceptualization of “global governance.” This field of activity is, we suggested, not limited to the older multilateralism of intergovernmental agencies such as the United Nations and the World Trade

Journal

Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International OrganizationsBrill

Published: Aug 12, 2009

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