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Rorden Wilkinson
University of Sussex
165Publications
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#1Thomas G. WeissH-Index: 34
#2Rorden WilkinsonH-Index: 19
Once celebrated as an answer to the myriad ills of the post-Cold War era, global governance is now in trouble. Its meaning is contested; its record is patchy; and its prospects are limited. Rethinking Global Governance casts fresh eyes upon this once poignant but now languishing concept. Its purpose is to disrupt the simple association between global governance and the actions and activities of international organizations in the post-Cold War era, and to focus instead on a set of questions that ...
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#1Erin Hannah (King's University College (University of Western Ontario))H-Index: 7
#2Rorden Wilkinson ('KCL': King's College London)H-Index: 19
#1Erin Hannah (King's University College (University of Western Ontario))H-Index: 7
#2Rorden Wilkinson ('KCL': King's College London)H-Index: 19
The conclusion of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Buenos Aires ministerial conference (10-13 December 2017) was immediately celebrated and derided in equal measure. For its supporters, Buenos Aires opened the way toward negotiations in e-commerce, investment facilitation for development, and measures designed to help micro, small and medium sized enterprises (MSMEs). For its detractors, the meeting underscored the gridlock that continues to blight the WTO’s negotiating function and underlin...
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The purpose of this article is to establish the value of looking at global governance from the point of view of those who are governed, thereby making them more visible in a field in which they have often had too little profile. This is a necessary addition to an evolving global governance scholarship that seeks to highlight greater sensitivity to issues of complexity, time, space, continuity, and change. We explore recent advances in the literature emphasizing that, although much has been done ...
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#1Rorden Wilkinson (University of Sussex)H-Index: 19
AbstractThis paper peers backwards into the history of the multilateral trading system and its development over the past half century as a means of considering what may lie beyond the horizon for the future of global trade governance. Its purpose is to underscore the necessity and urgency for root-and-branch reform of the multilateral trading system. It achieves this by comparing and contrasting the global trading system of 50 years ago with its modern-day equivalent and its likely future counte...
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#1Thomas G. WeissH-Index: 34
#2Rorden WilkinsonH-Index: 19
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#1Erin HannahH-Index: 7
#2Amy JanzwoodH-Index: 1
Last.Rorden WilkinsonH-Index: 19
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Since the WTO’s creation its relationship with civil society has changed significantly. In this article, we use an original dataset to: (i) plot the changes that have taken place in civil society group representation at the WTO Public Forum; and (ii) assess the significance of these changes for understandings of public interactions with the WTO. We test four hypotheses drawn from prevalent claims made in the academic and policy-facing literatures: (i) that the volume of participation in the Publ...
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#1Erin Hannah (UWO: University of Western Ontario)H-Index: 7
#2Holly Eva Ryan (MMU: Manchester Metropolitan University)H-Index: 2
Last.Rorden Wilkinson ('KCL': King's College London)H-Index: 19
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It has been recognised that the process of multilateral trade negotiations has been fundamentally altered by the increased involvement of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) since the Uruguay Round. NGOs have helped to increase the voice of the developing world, nullify some of the asymmetries in political power vis-a-vis the rich world, and provide trade analysis to bolster participation. What is less recognised is the growing importance of certain international governmental organisations (IG...
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