Executive Summary
  Table of Contents
  Acknowledgements
  Glossary

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Prologue
Richard A.Musgrave and Peggy B.Musgrave

Foreword
Mark Malloch Brown

Acknowledgments

Contributors

OVERVIEW

Why do Global Public Goods Matter Today?
Inge Kaul, Pedro Conceição, Katell Le Goulven, and Ronald U.Mendoza

How to Improve the Provision of Global Public Goods
Inge Kaul, Pedro Conceição, Katell Le Goulven, and Ronald U.Mendoza

1. CONCEPTS: RETHINKING PUBLIC, GLOBAL, AND GOOD
Public Goods: A Historical Perspective
Meghnad Desai

Advancing the Concept of Public Goods
Inge Kaul and Ronald U.Mendoza

International Aspects of Public Goods Provision 
Agnar Sandmo

Assessing the Optimal Provision of Public Goods:
In Search of the Holy Grail 
Todd Sandler

Assessing the Provision Status of Global Public Goods 
Pedro Conceição

2. POLITICS: BRINGING THE PUBLIC BACK INTO PUBLIC
POLICYMAKING

Political Globalization: Trends and Choices 
David Held and Anthony McGrew

Governing the Provision of Global Public Goods:
The Role and Legitimacy of Nonstate Actors 
Michael Edwards and Simon Zadek

The Governance of the International Monetary Fund 
Ariel Buira 

Steps Toward Enhanced Parity: Negotiating Capacity and Strategies
of Developing Countries 
Pamela Chasek and Lavanya Rajamani

Getting to Fairness: Negotiations over Global Public Goods 
Cecilia Albin

Combining Efficiency with Equity: A Pragmatic Approach 
Odile Blanchard, Patrick Criqui, Alban Kitous, and Laurent Viguier

3. PRODUCTION: GETTING TO THE GOOD
Creating Incentives for Cooperation: Strategic Choices 
Scott Barrett

Financing Global Public Goods: A New Frontier of Public Finance 
Inge Kaul and Katell Le Goulven

Institutional Options for Producing Global Public Goods 
Inge Kaul and Katell Le Goulven

Managing the Provision of Knowledge:
The Design of Intellectual Property Laws 
Carlos M. Correa

4. CASE STUDIES: APPLYING THE CONCEPT
OF GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS

International Financial Stability and Market Efficiency
as a Global Public Good

Stephany Griffith-Jones

The Multilateral Trade Regime: A Global Public Good for All?
Ronald U.Mendoza

Beyond Communicable Disease Control:
Health in the Age of Globalization

Dyna Arhin-Tenkorang and Pedro Conceição, with a contribution
by Michael Kremer

Global Trade for Local Benefit: Financing Energy for All in Costa Rica
René Castro and Sarah Cordero

Conserving Biodiversity:
Reconciling Local and Global Public Benefits

Charles Perrings and Madhav Gadgil

Problems of Publicness and Access Rights:
Perspectives from the Water Domain

Lyla Mehta

Corruption and Global Public Goods
Peter Eigen and Christian Eigen-Zucchi

Further Reading

Glossary

About the Contributors