Preface and Acknowledgments. Contributors. n1. Global Incentives for International Public Goods: Introduction and Overview; M. Ferroni, A. Mody. n2. Defining International Public Goods: Conceptual Issues; O. Morrissey, D.W. te Velde, A. Hewitt. n3. Supplying International Public Goods: How Nations Can Cooperate; S. Barrett. n4. Financing International Public Goods; T. Sandler. n5. Allocating Aid to International Public Goods; D.W. te Velde, O. Morrissey, A. Hewitt.n6. Regional Public Goods in Official Development Assistance; M. Ferroni. nIndex.
Security concerns, the AIDS epidemic, environmental degradation, and financial contagion are salient features of today's landscape of threats to global stability. A characteristic of these challenges is that they cannot be solved by individual nations acting alone. Enlightened cooperation is needed.
This book focuses on actions in the international arena to complement domestic efforts in addressing a set of policy challenges that has become more prominent in the age of globalization. It focuses on the strategic and practical challenges of fostering solutions that have the character of international public goods, paying particular attention to the financing of these goods.
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