Category Archives: Governance

Five days to start the Barcelona Workshop on Global Governance

After several months co-organizing it, finally next week it will become a reality. The Barcelona Workshop on Global Governance will take place, with a program that includes leading academic lectures (Barbara Koremenos, George Tsebelis and Jonathan Koppell), practitioners, and also … Continue reading

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The seeds of Global Governance

International Governmental Organizations (IGOs) can be thought of as the seeds for a new mechanisms of Global Governance. They represent deals between countries to try to solve diverse issues. Some of them are formed by few countries, and others by … Continue reading

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From the Chicago Boys to the Goldman Sachs Men

It is a well known story that in the 50’s some Chilean Economists were trained at the University of Chicago. After they returned to Chile, they began pushing for economic reforms, including the liberalization of the economy, the privatization of … Continue reading

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