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Global Governmentality


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Introduction: Global Governmentality - Wendy Larner and William Walters Part I - Rethinking Key Concepts1. Liberalism - What's in a Name? Barry Hindess2. Nomos and the Politics of World Order - Mitchell Dean3. Global Networks, International Networks, Actor Networks - Gavin Kendall4. The Security of Governance - Michael DillonPart II - Problems, Practices, Assemblages, Regimes5. Governing through the Social: Representations of Poverty and Global Governmentality - Cristina Rojas6. The International Government of Refugees - Robyn Lui7. The Clash of Governmentalities: Displacement and Return in Bosnia-Herzegovina - Gearoid A" Tuathail and Carl Dahlman8. The Political Rationality of European Integration - William Walters9. Forms of Governance, Governmentality and the EU's Open Method of Coordination - Roger Dale10. Ethical Capitalism - Andrew Barry11. Global Benchmarking: Particpating 'at a distance' in the Globalizing Economy - Wendy Larner and Richard Le Heron12. Insecurity and the Dream of Targeted Governance - Mariana Valverde and Michael Mopas

About the Author

Wendy Larner is a senior lecturer in Sociology, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her reseach interests are in areas of globalization, governance and gender. William Walters is Associate professor in Political Science at Carleton University in Ottawa. His current work explores questions of citizenship, borders and im/mobility in the context of European integration.


"Elaborating on political engagements with Foucault, Global Governmentality is an important contribution to, and intervention in, international studies. ...This book is essential to political theorists and researchers interested in questions of global governance and will be of wider interest to interdisciplinary scholars working with governmentality. Problematizing easy disciplinary divisions, this volume offers political, sociological, geopolitical, economic, and criminological approaches to themes important to International Relations theory and affairs."Melissa Autumn White, Millennium, Volume 35.2, pp 481-483

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