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Global Phenomena and Social Sciences

Eds J.-S. Bergé, S. Harnay, U. Mayrhofer, L. Obadia

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GLOBAL PHENOMENA & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Eds. J.-S. Bergé, S. Harnay, U. Mayrhofer, L. Obadia

 

Table of contents

Foreword by François Crépeau (Mcgill U. – United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants) 

Introduction by Jean-Sylvestre Bergé (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

Chapter 1 – Political Science

US Political Science in Comparative Trans-Atlantic Perspective: a Paper Juggernaut? – Vincent Michelot (Sciences Po Lyon)

War and Globalization: Understanding the linkages – Frédéric Ramel (Sciences Po Paris)

Chapter 2 – Management

The Impact of Multinational Enterprises on Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction Pervez Ghauri (University of Birmingham):

French Multinational Companies: Specifics, Networks and Stakeholders Ulrike Mayrhofer (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

Chapter 3 – Economics

Andrea Maneschi (Vanderbilt University): The Implications of Climate Change and Global Warming for Globalization

Sophie Harnay (Université de Lorraine): Changes in Legal Production Processes and Global Law: an Law and Economics Approach to Corporate Governance

Chapter 4 – Anthropology

Ana Pastore (Universidade de São Paulo): Human rights and their extra-legal circulations: some anthropological reflections

Lionel Obadia (Université Lumière Lyon 2): What is ‘Global’ for Anthropology? A Focus on Circulation: between Flows and Systems

Chapter 5 – Law

Jean-Louis Halpérin (École Normale Supérieure – Paris): Global Circulation of Norms and Ideas in Law History

Jean-Sylvestre Bergé (Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3): Border Crossing Phenomena and the Law: Which Method?