Global Issue Papers

Global Issue Papers

13. Februar 2008
Die Global Issue Papers werden in unregelmäßigen Abständen veröffentlicht und enthalten Hintergründe, Studien, Essays etc. zu verschiedenen Themen der Globalisierung. Die Ausgaben erscheinen in unterschiedlichen Sprachen, vornehmlich in Englisch.

Die Ausgaben seit 2003

No. 34
Regiert Geld die Welt? Zur Rolle der Internationalen Finanzmärkte für Globalisierung, öffentliche Finanzen und Entwicklungsfinanzierung
Von Peter Wahl

Does money rule the world? On the role of the international financial markets in globalization, public finance and financing development
By Peter Wahl

No. 33
Klimaschutz und Energiepolitik in Mexico, El Salvador und Nicaragua
Von Simon Wolf

No. 32
Gender Relationships in the framework of the European Union Mexico FTA: Towards the construction of a methodological proposal for a case analysis
By Rebeca Salazar
(es)

No. 31
Curbing Climate Change?
A Critical Appraisal of the Vattenfall Proposal for a Fair Climate Regime
By Paul Baer & Tom Athanasiou (Ecoequity)

No. 30
Frameworks & Proposals
A Brief, Adequacy and Equity-Based Evaluation of Some Prominent Climate Policy Frameworks and Proposals
By Paul Baer & Tom Athanasiou (Ecoequity)

No. 29
From Bottleneck to Hourglass: Issues and Concerns on the Market Concentration of Giant Agrifood Retailers in Commodity Chains and Competition Policies
By Jayson Cainglet, December 2006

No. 28
After Privatisation: What Next? An assessment of recent World Bank strategies for urban water and sanitation services
By Virginia Roaf, March 2006

No. 27
Re-fueling the WTO Development Round: Enhancing the Development Synergism Between Agriculture and Energy
By Daniel G. De La Torre Ugarte, December 2005

No. 26
Changing the Patent System from the Paris Convention to the Trips Agreement. The Position of Brazil
By Cícero Gontijo/Translated by Andrea Carina Ceschi, December 2005

No. 25
The G-20: Its Origin, Evolution, Meaning and Prospects
By Nelson Giordano Delgado and Adriano Campolina de O. Soares, December 2005

No. 24
The implications of China’s entry into the WTO for Mexico
By Enrique Dussel Peters, November 2005

No. 23
What is at stake in Hong Kong?
Prospects for Development and Environment at the 6th WTO Ministerial
Edited by Marita Wiggerthale, December 2005

No. 22
Can Protective Trade Policy Instruments like Special Products (SP) and Special Safeguard Mechanisms (SSM) contribute to a more Sustainable and Fairer Multilateral System of Trade in Agriculture?
A Dialogue Project in Two Parts
By Jayson Cainglet and Robert Stemmler, November 2005

No. 21
Reform der Vereinten Nationen – Chancen auf eine Erneuerung zivilgesellschaftlicher Beteiligung?
Eine Bestandsaufnahme bestehender Beteiligungsmöglichkeiten für NGOs in den Vereinten Nationen und Perspektiven für die Zukunft
von Julia Leininger, September 2005

No. 20
Bio im Tank - Chancen Risiken Nebenwirkungen
Dokumentation einer Fachtagung von Hartwig Berger und Rasmus Prieß, August 2005

No. 19
Financing Development Toward the MDGs
What needs to be done?
By Sony Kapoor and Meenoo Kapoor (en)

No. 18
Sonder- und Vorzugsbehandlung für Entwicklungsländer
Eine Studie im Auftrag der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung und von Germanwatch
von Thomas Fritz, Juli 2005
(de, en)

No. 17
UN-Reform und kollektive Sicherheit
Der Bericht des 'UN High-level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change' vom Dezember 2004 und die Empfehlungen des UN-Generalsekretärs vom März 2005
von Bardo Fassbender, April 2005

No. 16
UN-Reform und Millenniumsziele 2005
Chancen für neue Initiativen zur Entwicklungsfinanzierung und Global Governance? Arbeitspapier zum Stand der internationalen Debatte
von Jens Martens, März 2005

No. 15
Water Justice: Water as a Human Right in Israel
By Tamar Keinan, Friends of the Earth Middle East, Israel

No. 14
Monitoring Implementation of the Right to Water:
A Framework for Developing Indicators
By Virginia Roaf, Ashfaq Khalfan and Malcolm Langford, October 2004

No. 13
Liberalisation of Agricultural Trade - The Way Forward for Sustainable Development?
By Marita Wiggerthale, November 2004

No. 12
Utility privatization and the poor: Nigeria in focus. By Ademola Ariyo and Afeikhena Jerome, July 2004

No.11
Water as a human right: The understanding of water in the Arab countries of the Middle East.
By Karen Assaf, Bayoumi Attia, Ali Darwish, Batir Wardam and Simone Klawitter, September 2004

No. 10
Transitioning to Renewable Energy: An Analytical Framework for Creating an Enabling Environment.
By the International Institute for Energy Conservation (IIEC), June 2004

No. 9
Reforming the World Bank: Will the New Gender Strategy Make a Difference?
By Elaine Zuckerman and Wu Qing, Washington 2003

No. 8
Water Privatization in Kenya.
By Wambua Sammy, March 2004

No. 7
Changing Course. A contribution to a Global Energy Strategy (GES).
An Öko-Institut Policy Paper by Uwe R. Fritsche and Felix Chr. Matthes, March 2004

No. 6
The Post-Cancún Debate: Options, Views, and Perspectives From South and North.
Published by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, February 2004

El Debate tras Cancún. Opciones, Opiniones y Perspectivas del Sur y el Norte. Con contribuciones de 9 países. Editor: Rainer Falk, Marzo 2004 (versión castellana)

No. 5
Grab for Water.
Published by the Heinrich Böll Foundation 2003

El asalto al agua?.
Publicado por la Fundación Heinrich Böll, September 2003 (versión castellana)

No. 4
Water, Privatization and Conflict: Women from the Cochabamba Valley.
By Elizabeth Peredo Beltrán, April 2004

Mujeres del Valle de Cochabama: Agua, privatización y conflicto.
Por Elizabeth Peredo Beltrán, 2004 (versión castellana)

No. 3
Agreement on Agriculture and Food Sovereignty. Perspectives from Mesoamerica and Asia.
Edited by Arze Glipo, August 2003

Acuerdo sobre Agricultura y Soberanía Alimentaria: Perspectivas de Mesoamérica y Asia.
Editora Arze Glipo, Agosto 2003 (versión castellana)

No. 2
Von Rio nach Cancún: Selbstbestimmungsrechte sind nicht verhandelbar.
Von Silvia Rodríguez Cervantes u.a., August 2003 (Zusammenfassung)

From Rio to Cancun: The rights of the peoples are non-negotiable.
Editor: Silvia Rodríguez Cervantes, August 2003 (english version)

De Río a Cancún: Los derechos de los pueblos no son negociables.
Editora Silvia Rodríguez Cervantes, Agosto 2003 (versión castellana)

No. 1
Die GATS-Verhandlungen in der Welthandelsorganisation (WTO) - eine Herausforderung für die internationale Zivilgesellschaft.
Von Thomas Fritz und Peter Fuchs

GATS: Public Services under Pressure to Liberalize. The GATS-negotiations in the WTO – A challenge for international civil society.
By Thomas Fritz and Peter Fuchs, August 2003 (english version)

GATS: Los servicios públicos bajo la presión de la liberalización. Las negociaciones del AGCS (GATS) en la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC) – Un desafío para la sociedad civil internacional.
Por Thomas Fritz y Peter Fuchs, Agosto 2003 (versión castellana)

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