Global Governance

The Global Governance concentration at the Division of Global Affairs identifies and examines the actors, institutions, and issues that contribute to global order and global disorder/fragmentation. Courses are centered on how global governance mechanisms work across a variety of entities including state, substate, suprastate (regional and international organizations), and non-state actors and how these entities compliment and compete with one another in addressing common challenges and opportunities at the global level.  The concentration brings together expertise and scholarship from the areas of international relations, political science, international law, economics, and philosophy in order to fully understand the multidimensional expressions and complexities of of global governance and global public policy.

Global Governance Core Faculty

Faculty Publications

Interviews & Presentations

Defended Dissertations in the Global Governance 

   

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