Table of contents
Preface; Introduction Erik André Andersen and Birgit Lindsnæs; 1. Global public goods - concepts and definitions: The state and the citizen, Natural law as a public good Peter Wivel; Public goods, Concept, definition, and method Erik André Andersen and Birgit Lindsnæs; On human rights Lone Lindholt and Birgit Lindsnæs; The global and the regional outlook, How can global public goods be advanced from a human rights perspective?Birgit Lindsnæs2. Peace and security: Peace as a global public good Bjørn Møller; International institutions for preserving peace and security Erik André Andersen; The law of war Rikke Ishøy; The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina Erik André Andersen; 3. State and citizen, Is good governance a global public good? Hans-Otto Sano; Legal protection and the rule of law as a global public good Hans Henrik Brydensholt and Kristine Yigen; Curbing corruption: A global public good, The potential of international cooperation Kristine Yigen; Access to global public goods for socially and economically vulnerable groups Rie Odgaard and Kristine Yigen; 4. Access to information, The right to know Anders Jerichow; Internet access as a global public good Henrik Lindholt and Rikke Frank Jørgensen; Research, global public goods and welfare Peder Andersen; Education as a global public good Diego Bang; 5. examples of implementation, Health is global - and a moving target Poul Birch Eriksen, Ellen Bangsbo, Jens Kvorning, Lene Lange, Esben Sønderstrup, Uffe Torm and Ib Bygbjerg; (Fresh) water as a human right and a global public good Jannik Boesen and Poul Erik Lauridsen; The international trade system Christian Friis Bach; The global responsibility of private companies Henrik Brade Johansen, Helle Bank, Jørgensen and Jens Kvorning; 6. Conclusion, Problems and potentials in the application of global public goods Erik André Andersen, Peder Andersen and Birgit Lindsnæs; Appendices; Index.