Transnational Transfers and Global Development

Hardcover | January 15, 2012

EditorStuart S. Brown

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An interdisciplinary group of scholars and practitioners analyze multi-variegated, cross-border activities in which non-state actors engage through a single conceptual lens.

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An interdisciplinary group of scholars and practitioners analyze multi-variegated, cross-border activities in which non-state actors engage through a single conceptual lens.

STUART S. BROWN is Professor of International Relations at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, USA. He specializes in international macroeconomics and emerging markets and has published widely on the transition economies of Eastern Europe. In addition to prior academic positions at Smith College and Georgetown University, USA, ...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 9.69 × 5.65 × 0.88 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023028440X

ISBN - 13:9780230284401

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Toward a Theory of Transnational Transfers; S.S.Brown
PART I: REMITTANCES
Overview; S.S.Brown
Collective Remittances as Non-State Transnational Transfers: Patterns of Transnationalism in Mexico and El Salvador; K.Burgess & B.Tinajero
Remittances and Fragile States: What Do We Know?; J.McPeak
Foreign Remittances in Ghana: Reducing the Poverty Gap for Individuals and the Community; D.Pellow
PART II: IDEAS
Overview; S.S.Brown
Global Civil Society and the Third Sector in China; H.Wang
Corporate Support of NGO Transnational Transfers in Nature Protection; S.R.Brechin & A.Jamborcic
Learning Democracy: International Education and Political Socialization; B.Sijapati & M.G.Hermann
PART III: SECURITY
Overview; S.S.Brown
Track Two Diplomacy and the Transfer of Peacebuilding Capacity; B.W.Dayton
Transnational Transfers and Peace Operations: The Empirically Elusive Quality of the Analytic Categories; R.A.Rubinstein & S.Kudesia
Private Security Companies and Private Transnational Transfers; R.de Nevers
Conclusion: This Volume and Future Study; S.S.Brown