Journals

Earth System Governance: World Politics in the Anthropocene

John S. Dryzek, University of Canberra Earth system governance is an increasingly popular concept that captures multi-level governance in social-ecological systems, a large multi-national project that joins hundreds of researchers, and the title of this […]

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Preventing and Responding to Dissent: The Observational Challenges of Explaining Strategic Repression

Preventing and Responding to Dissent: The Observational Challenges of Explaining Strategic Repression Emily Hencken Ritter and Courtenay R. Conrad, University of California, Merced Although scholarly consensus suggests that dissent causes repression, the behaviors are endogenous: governments […]

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Critical Dialogue: Democratizing Global Climate Governance

Frank Biermann, Utrecht University Thirty years of national and international climate policy have not led to sufficient reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. The intergovernmental negotiation process, in particular, is widely criticized. While thousands of diplomats, […]

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Can Employment Reduce Lawlessness and Rebellion?

Can Employment Reduce Lawlessness and Rebellion? A Field Experiment with High-Risk Men in a Fragile State Christopher Blattman and Jeannie Annan States and aid agencies use employment programs to rehabilitate high-risk men in the belief that […]