Economic, Social, and Environmental
Tomasi is troubled not only by the political polarization of contemporary American politics but also by the apparent mutual incompatibility, and hence mutual antagonism, between libertarianism and claims for social justice that require some redistribution of income.
Marsh foresees a fifth industrial revolution, characterized by a greater dispersion of manufacturing around the world.
Clapp helpfully reviews the debates surrounding food aid and the changes in policy by the major donors that have led to a decline in overall aid since the mid-1980s and a trend toward more emergency assistance.
Davis examines the circumstances that lead countries to choose the expensive and time-consuming effort of taking a dispute to the WTO, as opposed to resolving matters through bilateral negotiations.
This book is built around case studies of 15 state-owned oil companies, which together account for nearly 50 percent of global oil production and for 56 percent of the world’s proven conventional oil reserves. Its aim is to evaluate the performance of these companies in the exploration, development, refinement (where relevant), and distribution of oil and gas.