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31. Riesenhuber, Eva : The International Monetary Fund under constraint, 2001
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The International Monetary Fund under constraint : legitimacy of its crisis management / Riesenhuber, Eva - (Legal aspects of international organization ; vol. 39), xix, 420 p.. - Hague : Kluwer Law, 2001.

ISBN 90-411-1577-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Acknowledgments. List of Abbreviations. I. Introduction. II. The International Monetary Fund - A General Introduction. III. The Asian Crisis. IV. Indonesia. V. The Crisis in Indonesia. VI. Legitimacy of the IMF Programs in Indonesia. VII. Suggestions for a New Financial System. VIII. Conclusion. References. Index.

INDEX WORDS:
* sedvanerätt = customary law = tapaoikeus
* u-hjälp = development = kehitysapu
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* god förvaltning = good governance = hyvä hallinto
* WTO = WTO = WTO

URL http://www.wkap.nl/prod/b/90-411-1577-3

 
32. Anker, Christian van den (ed.) : Political economy of new slavery, 2004
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Political economy of new slavery / Anker, Christian van den (ed.), 272 p. - Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

ISBN 1-4039-1522-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Christien van den Anker: Contemporary slavery, global justice and globalization. 2. Jeroen Doomernik: Migration and security: the wrong end of the stick?. 3. David Ould: Trafficking and international law. 4. Arne Dormaels, Bruno Moens and Nele Praet: The Belgian counter-trafficking policy. 5. Victoria Firmo-Fontan: Response to sexual slavery: from the Balkans to Afghanistan. 6. Bridget Anderson: Migrant domestic workers and slavery. 7. Krishna Upadhyaya: Bonded labour in South Asia: India, Nepal and Pakistan. 8. Rachel Nizan: Child labour in Latin America: issues and policies in Honduras. 9. Amanda Berlan: Child labour, education and child rights among cocoa producers in Ghana. 10. Nigel Dower: The global framework for development: instrumentality or contested ethical space?. 11. Emma Dowling: Strategies for change: the Tobin tax. 12. Ivan Manokha: Modern slavery and fair trade products: buy one and set someone free. 13. Geraldine Van Bueren: Slavery as piracy: the legal case for reparations for the slave trade.

INDEX WORDS:
* slaveri = slavery = orjuus
* människohandel = trafficking in persons = ihmiskauppa
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* tvångsarbete = forced labour = pakkotyö
* gästarbetare = migrant workers = vierastyöläiset
* hemarbete = domestic work = kotityö
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* rättvis handel = fair trade = reilu kauppa
* gottgörelse = reparation = hyvitys
* världsekonomi = world economy = maailmantalous
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Belgium / Ghana / Honduras / India / Nepal / Pakistan

 
33. Likosky, Michael (ed.) : Privatising development, 2005
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Privatising development : transnational law, infrastructure and human rights / Likosky, Michael (ed.), xxvi, 313 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2005.

ISBN 90-04-14331-9

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Table of Contents :. ‘Privatising Development: Global Project Finance Law and Human Rights’, by Michael B. Likosky. Part One - Frameworks:. Chapter One : ‘Beyond Naming and Shaming: Towards a Human Rights Unit for Infrastructure Projects’, by Michael B. Likosky. Chapter Two. ‘ An Evaluation of the World Bank’s New Comprehensive Development Framework’, Lan Cao. Comment. ‘ The “Ripple Effect” in Social Policy and its Political Content: A Debate on Social Standards in Public and Private Development Projects’, by Michael M. Cernea. Part Two : Privatisation and Project Finance :. Chapter Three. ‘ PRI and the Rise (and Fall?) of Private Investment in Public Infrastructure’, by Kenneth W. Hansen. Chapter Four : ‘Private Capital and Infrastructure: Tragic? Useful and Pleasant? Inevitable?’, by Don Wallace, Jr. Chapter Five : ‘Rating, Dating, and the Informal Regulation and Formal Ordering of Financial Transactions: Securitisations and Credit Rating Agencies’, by John Flood. Chapter Six : ‘Privatisation in Modern Banking Regulation: Selective Supervisory and Enforcement Dimensions’, by J. J. Norton and H. M. Shams. Part Three : Human Rights and Democracy:. Chapter Seven : ‘Project Finance and Consent’, by Carl S. Bjerre. Chapter Eight : ‘From Global Forest Governance to Privatised Social Forestry: Company-Community Partnerships in the Ecuardorian Choco’, by Laura Rival. Chapter Nine : ‘Globalisation, Democracy, and the Need for a New Administrative Law’, by Alfred C. Aman, Jr..

INDEX WORDS:
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* u-länder = developing countries = kehitysmaat
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* verkställande = enforcement = voimaansaattaminen
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* penningtvätt = money laundering = rahanpesu
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* OECD = OECD = OECD
* fångar = prisoners = vangit
* socialpolitik = social policy = sosiaalipolitiikka
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Chile / China / Ecuador / USA

URL http://www.brill.nl/m_catalogue_sub1.htm

 
34. Gasper, Des : The ethics of development, 2004
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The ethics of development : from economism to human development / Gasper, Des - (Edinburgh studies in world ethics), xv, 255 p.. - Edinburgh : Edinburgh U. P., 2004.

ISBN 0-7486-1058-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Table of Contents:. 1. What is the Ethics of Development? 1.1. Why Development Ethics? Cases and Questions Extreme poverty amidst immense riches Health and sickness, needs and profits Towards a ‘calculus of pain’: recognising varieties of suffering and violence The infliction of costs on the weak: the examples of dams, famines, debt, and structural adjustment Global obligations and universal values? What is development? 1.2. What? On Meanings and Agenda The core agenda of development ethics Emergence and contributors Definitions 1.3. How? On Methods and Roles Methods Possible roles of development ethics Global or Southern?. 2. The Meaning of ‘Development’ 2.1. Purposes and Themes 2.2. Ahistorical Definitions Usages across the disciplines Usages in development studies 2.3. Historically Specific Conceptions Of Development: On Change, Intervention and Progress 2.4. On Improvement: Issues in Normative Ahistorical Definition Development as opportunity or as achievement? Universalism and relativism Commonality? 2.5. Conclusion. 3. ‘ Efficiency & Effectiveness’ - Mainstream Development Evaluation in Theory & Practice 3.1. Introduction: Mainstream Value Positions, and Alternatives 3.2. Effectiveness Towards What and For Whom? Effectiveness towards what? Effectiveness for whom? 3.3. Efficiency in Terms of Which Values ? What is efficient depends on what one’s values are Tacit variants of economic efficiency: Paretian and utilitarian Concepts of efficiency and practices of victimization 3.4. Setting Economic Efficiency in Social and Environmental Context Limitations of a separate concept of economic efficiency Economic efficiency confined to a delimited role within a human and physical context Means and ends 3.5. Understanding Value-Systems Comparison of value positions in development evaluation The structure of market-oriented arguments ‘Consumer sovereignty’ 3.6. Conclusion: Beyond Economism. 4. ‘ Equity’ - Who Bear Costs and Who Reap Benefits? 4.1. Sacrificing the Weak 4.2. Aspects of Equity Criteria of distributive equity An application to the regulation of grazing in Zimbabwe An application to selection for resettlement in Zimbabwe Positive discrimination 4.3. A Deeper Analysis of Concepts Sen’s framework for understanding different distributive criteria Land, returns, and the fruits of effort Whose are the international debts? 4.4. Assessing the Different Interpretations Equality of what? Why equality? Selecting from or interrelating the principles Socio-political contexts 4.5. Conclusion. 5. Violence and Human Security 5.1. The Reemergence of Violence and Security as Central Concerns 5.2. Development and Violence as Value-relative? On Concepts ‘Violence’ ‘Development’ and peace 5.3. Development as Value-Damaging? Varieties of violence Violence and the economy 5.4. Downgrading the Cost of Violence and Denying Alternatives Market theory: only interests, no passions The downgrading and defining away of costs and alternatives 5.5. Real Alternatives and Painful Choices Notions of tragedy, evil, dilemma Towards a calculus of pain with a respect for persons?. 6. Needs and Basic Needs 6.1. First Things First 6.2. The Language of Need Meanings and syntax of ‘need’ A unifying framework for needs ethics and policy Meanings of ‘basic’ 6.3. A Richer Picture of Persons Do we need a picture of persons? A better empirical base for prediction and evaluation Reinterpretations of poverty, luxury, and limitless demand 6.4. Dangers in Needs Theories and Ethics Passive and pacifying? Overextended? 6.5. The Discursive and Practical Strategy of ‘Basic Human Needs’ A required basis for other ethics Steps in operationalization A programmatic alternative to economism 6.6. Conclusions: Beggars can’t be Choosers. 7. ‘ Human Development’: Capabilities and Positive Freedom 7.1. From Basic Needs to a Fuller Philosophy of Development 7.2. The UNDP Human Development School The Human Development Reports Human Development and Human Rights 7.3. Sen’s Capability Approach and ‘Development as Freedom’ Freedom and Reason Development as Freedom Components of the capability approach Policy orientation 7.4. Doubts and Alternatives Sen's picture of persons, capabilities and freedom Nussbaum’s capabilities ethic For and against a universal list of priority capabilities 7.5. Conclusion. 8. Cultures and the Ethics of Development 8.1. Can One Criticise Cultures and Yet Avoid Ethnocentrism? Agenda Introductory cases Is liberalism illiberal? 8.2. Culture: The Underlying Issues Conceptions of ‘culture’ Roles perceived for culture Natural man, plasticine man, and nurtured natural man The uneasy balance between individual rights and group rights Women’s right to employment? 8.3. Communitarian Ethics and Cultural Relativism The texture of communitarian ethics Walzer’s worlds Communitarianism is based on poor sociology Cultural relativism is inconsistent The centrality of internal criticism 8.4. Cases and Procedures Criteria for just decisions An overview of cases 8.5. Conclusion. 9. Epilogue

INDEX WORDS:
* etik = ethics = etiikka
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia
* barn = children = lapset
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* feminism = feminism = naisasialiike
* grupprättigheter = group rights = ryhmäoikeudet
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* sanningskommissioner = truth commissions = totuuskomissiot
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* UNDP = UNDP = UNDP

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Africa / Bangladesh / Cameron / Camodia / China / France / Germany / Ireland / Israel / Kenya / Malawi / Pakistan / Rwanda / South Africa / USSR / Tanzania / Uganda / USA / Zimbabwe

URL http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cup/catalog/data/074861/0748610588.HTM

 
35. Gready, Paul (ed.) : Reinventing development?, 2005
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Reinventing development? : translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice / Gready, Paul (ed.) ; Ensor, Jonathan, 314 p.. - London : Zed Books, 2005.

ISBN 1-84277-649-5

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Contents:. Introduction - Paul Gready and Jonathan Ensor. Part 1: Case studies: Africa. 1. A Human Rights-Based Approach to Programming (HRBAP) - Urban Jonsson (UNICEF). 2. The Experiences of Oxfam International and its Affiliates in Rights-based Programming and Campaigning - Marjolein Brouwer, Heather Grady, Valerie Traore, and Dereje Wordofa (Oxfam). 3. The Case of CARE International in Rwanda - Andrew Jones (CARE). 4. Rights in Practice - Assessing the Impact of Rights-Based Training in Uganda - Pamela Ashanut Okille (independent consultant). 5. Using Human Rights to Address Conflict: A Valuable Synergy - Ghalib Galant and Michelle Parlevliet (Centre for Conflict Resolution, Cape Town). Part 2: Case studies: Latin America, Asia and Europe. 6. Combating Infant Malnutrition - An Experience of Networking in the Social Struggle for the Human Rights to Food and Sustainable Nutrition - Martha Antunes and Jorge O. Romano (ActionAid). 7. Rights, Development and Democracy: A Perspective from India - Supryia Akerkar (ActionAid). 8. Children's Participation, Civil Rights and Power - Joachim Theis and Claire O'Kane (Save the Children Fund). 9. Reforms That Benefit Poor People - Practical Solutions and Dilemmas of Rights-based Approaches to Legal and Justice Reform - Amparo Tomas (UNDP). 10. New Foundations? Human Rights and Peace-Building in Northern Ireland - Neil Jarman (Institute for Conflict Research, Belfast). Part 3: Current challenges. 11. Rights-Based Responses to Aid Politicization in Afghanistan - Paul O'Brien. 12. Rights as Struggle: Towards a More Just and Humane World - Harsh Mander. 13. Linking Rights and Culture: Implications for Rights-Based Approaches - Jonathan Ensor. 14. Conclusion - Olivia Ball.

INDEX WORDS:
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* konflikter = conflicts = selkkaukset
* fredlig lösning av tvister = dispute settlement = riitaisuuksien rauhanomainen selvittäminen
* rätt till föda = right to food = oikeus ravintoon
* undernäring = malnutrition = aliravitsemus
* barn = children = lapset
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* humanitär rätt = humanitarian law = humanitaarinen oikeus

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Rwanda / Uganda / India / Northern Ireland / Afghanistan / Nepal / Brazil

URL http://zedbooks.co.uk/book.asp?bookdetail=3715#tab3

 
36. Murshed, S. Mansoob : Conflict, civil war and underdevelopment, 2002
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial

Conflict, civil war and underdevelopment : an introduction / Murshed, S. Mansoob

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): Journal of peace research : vol. 39; no. 4., p. 387-393. - London : SAGE, 2002. - ISSN 0022-3433

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* inbördeskrig = civil war = sisällissota
* utveckling = development = kehitys

URL http://jpr.sagepub.com/

 
37. Makinda, Samuel M. : The African Union, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The African Union : challenges of globalization, security and governance / Makinda, Samuel M. ; Okumu, F. Wafula, xvii, 209 p.. - London : Routledge, 2008.

ISBN 978-0-415-40350-4

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: 1. The OAU and Mutual Preservation. 2. The African Union: Meeting the Challenge of Globalization. 3. Governance, Democracy, and the Rule of Law. 4. Security and Peace Building. 5. Knowledge and Development. 6. Challenges of Globalization, Security, and Governance.

INDEX WORDS:
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* afrikanska unionen = African Union = African Union
* nationell säkerhet = national security = kansallinen turvallisuus
* brott mot mänskligheten = crimes against humanity = rikos ihmisyyttä vastaan
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* nedrustning = disarmament = aseidenriisunta
* EU = EU = EU
* god förvaltning = good governance = hyvä hallinto
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* självständighet = independence = itsenäisyys
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* NIEO = NIEO = UKTJ
* OAU = OAU = OAU
* fred och säkerhet = peace and security = rauha ja turvallisuus
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* självbestämmanderätt = self-determination = itsemääräämisoikeus
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Burundi / Cameroon / Canada / Central Africa / Chad / China / Congo / Ethiopia / France / Ghana / Guinea / Kenya / Lesotho / Madagascar / Morocco / Namibia / Niger / Nigeria / Rwanda / Somalia / SouthKorea / South Africa / Sudan / Togo / Tunisia / Uganda / Zaire / Zimbabwe

 
38. Ferstman, Carla (ed.) : Reparations for victims of genocide and crimes against humanity, 2009
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Reparations for victims of genocide and crimes against humanity : systems in place and systems in the making / Ferstman, Carla (ed.) ; Goetz, Mariana ; Stephens, Alan, vii, 575 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2009.

ISBN 978-90-04-17449-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Preface (Judge Elizabeth Odio Benito). Introduction, (Carla Ferstman, Mariana Goetz and Alan Stephens). Part I: Reparations for Victims – Key Themes and Concepts:. 1. Victims’ Rights to a Remedy and Reparation: the New United Nations Principles and Guidelines (Professor Theo Van Boven); 2. Reparation Programmes: A Gendered Perspective (Anne Saris and Katherine Lofts); 3. Massive Trauma and the Healing Role of Reparative Justice (Yael Danieli, Ph.D.). Part II: Reparations and the Holocaust:. 4. The Claims Conference and the Historic Jewish Efforts for Holocaust-Related Compensation and Restitution (Gideon Taylor, Greg Schneider and Saul Kagan); 5. The Swiss Banks Holocaust Settlement (Judah Gribetz and Shari C. Reig). Part III: The Internationalised Context of ‘Mass Claims’:. 6. Overcoming Evidentiary Weaknesses in Reparation Claims Programmes - The Mass Claims Context (Heike Niebergall); 7. International Mass Claims Processes and the ICC Trust Fund for Victims (Edda Kristjánsdóttir); 8. The United Nations Compensation Commission (Linda A. Taylor). Part IV: Reparations and International and Regional Courts:. 9. Bringing Justice to Victims? Responses of Regional and International Human Rights Courts and Treaty Bodies to Mass Violations (Dr. Lutz Oette); 10. The Concepts of ‘Injured Party’ and ‘Victim’ of Gross Human Rights Violations in the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: A Commentary on their Implications for Reparations (Clara Sandoval-Villalba); 11. Reparation for Gross Violations of Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law at the International Court of Justice (Conor McCarthy); 12. Reparations and the International Criminal Court (Carla Ferstman and Mariana Goetz). Part V: Pursuing Extraterritorial Reparations Claims – Lawyers’ Perspectives:. 13. The Prosecution of International Crimes and the Role of Victims’ Lawyers (Luc Walleyn); 14. Compensation for the Victims of Chemical Warfare in Iraq and Iran (Liesbeth Zegveld); Part VI: Reparations in National (Territorial) Contexts: 15. Reparations and Victim Participation: A Look at the Truth Commission Experience (Cristián Correa, Julie Guillerot and Lisa Magarrell); 16. The Argentinean Reparations Programme for Grave Violations of Human Rights Perpetrated During the Last Military Dictatorship (1976-1983) (Andrea Gualde and Natalia Luterstein); 17. Reparations for Victims in Colombia: Colombia´s Law on Justice and Peace (Julián Guerrero Orozco and Mariana Goetz); 18. Policy Challenges for Property Restitution in Transition - The Example of Iraq (Peter Van der Auweraert); 19. Reparations in Dayton’s Bosnia and Herzegovina (Carla Ferstman and Sheri P. Rosenberg); 20. Goats & Graves: Reparations in Rwanda’s Community Courts (Lars Waldorf); 21. Still Not Talking: The South African Government's Exclusive Reparations Rolicy and the Impact of the R30,000 Financial Reparations on Survivors (Oupa Makhalemele); Conclusions.

INDEX WORDS:
* amnesti = amnesty = armahdus
* kemiska vapen = chemical weapons = kemialliset aseet
* barnsoldater = child soldiers = lapsisotilaat
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* skadestånd = compensation = vahingonkorvaus
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* ofrivilliga försvinnanden = enforced disappearances = pakotettu katoaminen
* klagomål/besvär = complaints = valitus
* nationella domstolar = national courts = kansalliset tuomioistuimet
* folkmord = genocide = kansanmurha
* implementering = implementation = toteuttaminen
* straffrihet = impunity = rankaisemattomuus
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous populations = alkuperäiskansat
* ICJ = ICJ = ICJ
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* humanitär rätt = humanitarian law = humanitaarinen oikeus
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* internationella tribunalen för krigsförbrytelser = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* militär = military = sotaväki
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* våldtäkt = rape = raiskaus
* försoning = reconciliation = sovinto
* gottgörelse = reparation = hyvitys
* suveränitet = sovereignty = suvereniteetti
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* offer = victims = uhrit
* krigsförbrytelser = war crimes = sotarikokset
* CAT Committee = CAT Committee = CAT Committee

NOTE (GENERAL): ACHPR; AMR; CERD; CEDAW; ECHR; Geneva conventions; Additional protocols to the Geneva conventions; International convention for the protection of all persons from enforced disappearance; ICCPR; ICCPR-OP; Nairobi declaration on women's and girls' right to a remedy and reparation; ICC statute; UDHR; CAT;

URL http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=210&pid=28759

 
39. Katsui, Hisayo : Mainstreaming disability issues in Japanese and Finnish development policies and practices, 2008
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Mainstreaming disability issues in Japanese and Finnish development policies and practices / Katsui, Hisayo - (Working paper 1/2008), 52 p.. - Helsinki : Helsinki University. Institute of Development Studies, 2008. - ISSN 1238-898X

LANGUAGE: ENG

INDEX WORDS:
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* utveckling = development = kehitys

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Finland / Japan

NOTE (GENERAL): CRPD;

URL http://www.valt.helsinki.fi/kmi/english/post-152.htm

 
40. Wunderlich, Jens-Uwe (ed.) : The European Union and global governance, 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The European Union and global governance : a handbook / Wunderlich, Jens-Uwe (ed.) ; Bailey, David J., xx, 386 p.. - New York : Routledge, 2011.

ISBN 978-1-85743-509-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: PART I: European studies and global governance – provides an overview and critical assessment of the leading theoretical approaches through which the EU’s role in global governance has been addressed within the literature. PART II: Institutions – examines the role played by the key EU institutions in pursuing a role for the EU in contemporary international relations. PART III: Policy and issue areas – explores developments within particular policy sectors, assessing the different impact that the EU has had in different issue areas, including foreign and security policy, environmental policy, common commercial policy, the Common Agricultural Policy, development policy, accession policy, the Neighbourhood Policy and conflict transformation. PART IV: The global multilevel governance complex and the EU – focuses on the relationship between the EU and the institutions, regions and countries with which it forms a global multilevel governance complex, including chapters on the EU’s relationship with the WTO, United Nations, East Asia, Africa and the USA.

INDEX WORDS:
* EU = EU = EU
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ
* CFSP = CFSP = CFSP
* Afrikanska Unionen = African Union = Afrikan Unioni
* grundläggande rättigheter = fundamental rights = perusoikeudet
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* utrikespolitik = foreign policy = ulkopolitiikka
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* terrorism = terrorism = terrorismi
* god förvaltning = good governance = hyvä hallinto

NOTE (GENERAL): ToA; ECHR; SEA; Lisbon treaty;

LIBRARY LOCATION: Europarätt

URL http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781857435092/

 
41. Lambright, Gina M.S. : Decentralization in Uganda, 2011
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Decentralization in Uganda : explaining successes and failures in local governance / Lambright, Gina M.S., xv, 318 p.. - London : FirstForumPress, 2011.

ISBN 978-1-935049-32-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Exploring Decentralization in Uganda. 2. Local Government in Uganda. 3. Patterns of Local Governance. 4. Explaining Successes and Failures. 5. Ministries, Mentoring, and Monitoring. 6. Political Support, Patronage, and Performance. 7. The Impact of Electoral Competition. 8. The Role of Political and Civic Participation. 9. Uganda in Comparative Perspective.

INDEX WORDS:
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* val = elections = vaalit
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* politiskt deltagande = political participation = poliittinen osallistuminen
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* autonomi = autonomy = autonomia

URL http://firstforumpress.com/title/Decentralization_in_Uganda_Explaining_Successes_and_Failures_in_Local_Governance

 
42. Trebilcock, Michael J. : Advanced introduction to law and development, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Advanced introduction to law and development / Trebilcock, Michael J. ; Mota Prado, Mariana - (Elgar advanced introductions), xii + 233 p. - Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2014.

ISBN 978-1-78347-338-0

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Defining development. 2. Determinants of development. 3. Institutional theories of development. 4. The rule of law and development: a legal perspective. 5. The rule of law: an economic perspective. 6. Political regimes and development. 7. Ethnic conflict and development. 8. Gender and development. 9. Public administration and development. 10. Corruption and development. 11. State-owned enterprises, privatization and public-private partnerships. 12. International trade. 13. Foreign direct investment. 14. Foreign aid. 15. Conclusion.

INDEX WORDS:
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* kön = gender = sukupuoli
* statsförvaltning = public administration = julkinen hallinto
* korruption = corruption = korruptio
* privatisering = privatization = yksityistäminen
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* u-hjälp = development aid = kehitysapu

 
43. Kaltenborn, Markus : Social rights and international development, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Social rights and international development : global legal standards for the post-2015 development agenda / Kaltenborn, Markus - (Springer briefs in law), ix, 117 p. - Heidelberg : Springer, 2015.

ISBN 978-3-662-45351-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Introduction: social rights as a legal framework for international development strategies. 2. Legal sources of social rights and implementation mechanisms at the international level. 3. Social rights obligations: the link between human rights law and international development law. 4. Scope and relevance of specific social rights for poverty reduction strategies in developing and emerging countries. 5. Social rights and the international development agenda.

INDEX WORDS:
* sociala rättigheter = social rights = sosiaaliset oikeudet
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* extraterritorial tillämpning = extraterritorial application = ekstraterritoriaalinen (lain) soveltaminen
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* skälig levnadsstandard = adequate standard of living = riittävä elintaso
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen
* socialskydd = social security = sosiaaliturva

NOTE (GENERAL): ICESCR; UN Millennium declaration

 
44. Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija (ed.) : Human rights-based change, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights-based change : the institutionalisation of economic and social rights / Mustaniemi-Laakso, Maija (ed.) ; Sano, Hans-Otto (ed.), 121 p. - London : Routledge, 2017.

ISBN 978-1-138-20830-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Maija Mustaniemi-Laakso and Hans-Otto Sano: Introduction. 1. Wouter Vandenhole and Paul Gready: Failures and successes of human rights-based approaches to development: towards a change perspective. 2. Sandra Liebenberg: Participatory approaches to socio-economic rights adjudication: tentative lessons from South African eviction laws. 3. Alessandra Sarelin: Modernisation of maternity care in Malawi. 4. Tiina Saaresranta: Education in pursuit of the development dream? Effects of schooling on indigenous development and rights in Bolivia. 5. Sisay Alemahu Yeshanew: Mainstreaming human rights in development programmes and projects: experience from the work of a United Nations agency. 6. Hans-Otto Sano: Evidence in demand: an overview of evidence and methods in assessing impact of economic and social rights.

INDEX WORDS:
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella rättigheter = economic, social and cultural rights = TSS-oikeudet
* deltagande = participation = osallistuminen
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* moderskap = maternity = äitiys
* undervisning = education = opetus
* ursprungsfolk = indigenous peoples = alkuperäiskansat
* FAO = FAO = FAO
* rätt till föda = right to food = oikeus ravintoon

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Bolivia / Malawi / South Africa

 
45. Karimova, Tahmina : Human rights and development in international law, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights and development in international law / Karimova, Tahmina, 337 p. - London : Routledge, 2016.

ISBN 978-1-138-95713-8

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Introduction. 2. Development from a human rights perspective. 3. The right to development. 4. The obligation of international assistance and cooperation. 5. New legal ideas: comment on the relationship of the international assistance and cooperation and extraterritorial scope of ESC rights. 6. Respect for human rights in external activities: overarching normative principles. 7. General conclusion

INDEX WORDS:
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* ekonomisk utveckling = economic development = taloudellinen kehitys
* NIEO = NIEO = UKTJ
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* rätt till utveckling = right to development = oikeus kehitykseen
* utvecklingssamarbete = development co-operation = kehitysyhteistyö
* u-hjälp = development aid = kehitysapu
* ekonomiska, sociala och kulturella rättigheter = economic, social and cultural rights = TSS-oikeudet
* extraterritorial tillämpning = extraterritorial application = ekstraterritoriaalinen (lain) soveltaminen
* staternas förpliktelser = obligations of states = valtioiden velvollisuudet
* skydd av mänskliga rättigheter = protection of human rights = ihmisoikeuksien suojelu

NOTE (GENERAL): ICESCR

 
46. Guide on poverty measurement, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Guide on poverty measurement /, 205 p. - New York : United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe, 2017.

ISBN 978-92-1-117137-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Introduction. 2. Conceptual background. 3. Monetary poverty. 4. Poverty dashboards and the material deprivation indices. 5. Multidimensional poverty indices. 6. Challenges for the future.

INDEX WORDS:
* FN = UN = YK
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* forskning = research = tutkimus

NOTE (GENERAL): UN Millennium declaration

LIBRARY LOCATION: UN library

SHELF CODE: E.II.E

 
47. Park, Susan : International organisations and global problems, 2018
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

International organisations and global problems : theories and explanations / Park, Susan, xxviii, 300 p. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.

ISBN 978-1-107-43422-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Introduction: IOs as problem solvers. 2. Using theory to evaluate IOs as problem solvers. 3. Minimising and halting conflict. 4. Protecting human rights. 5. Providing global health. 6. Providing financial governance. 7. Promoting international trade. 8. Creating regional IOs. 9. Furthering development. 10. Protecting the environment. 11. Conclusion: If global governance is the answer, what is the question?.

INDEX WORDS:
* internationella organisationer = international organisations = kansainväliset järjestöt
* internationella relationer = international relations = kansainväliset suhteet
* FN = UN = YK
* Afrikanska Unionen = African Union = Afrikan Unioni
* fred och säkerhet = peace and security = rauha ja turvallisuus
* skydd av mänskliga rättigheter = protection of human rights = ihmisoikeuksien suojelu
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* WHO = WHO = WHO
* UNICEF = UNICEF = UNICEF
* UNFPA = UNFPA = UNFPA
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* GATT = GATT = GATT
* EU = EU = EU
* ASEAN = ASEAN = ASEAN
* OAS = OAS = OAS
* utveckling = development = kehitys
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* ECOSOC = ECOSOC = ECOSOC
* UNDP = UNDP = UNDP
* UNEP = UNEP = UNEP
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* hållbar utveckling = sustainable development = kestävä kehitys
* globalt ledarskap = global governance = globaalihallinto


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