“Governance across Borders: Transnational Fields and Transversal Themes”

What is global and what is local in contemporary capitalism? What makes markets tick? How can we regulate finance? Who owns knowledge? What makes expertise? How can we protect the environment and fight poverty?
Governance across Borders: Transnational Fields and Transversal Themes is (an open-access) collection of 127 focused articles on relevant questions regarding economy and knowledge. This volume edited by Leonhard Dobusch, Philip Mader and Sigrid Quack, covers topics like: Accounting across Borders- Fairness, Fair Value and Financial Markets; Labor and Development- Standardizing Progress? Questioning Microcredit Myths; Governing our Environment- Standardizing across Borders; Open Access, Scientific Publishing and Copyright; and more.

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