Cordourier-Real, Carlos R. Transnational Social Justice. Palgrave, 2010.
Transnational Social Justice engages with the current debate on cosmopolitanism by presenting a new way to justify obligations of distributive justice between countries.
Challenging the Aid Paradigm: Western Currents and Asian Alternatives, edited by Jens Stilhoff Sörensen. Palgrave, 2010.
This volume offers critical analysis into contemporary aid policy and identifies major issues in the Western currents as well as the Asian alternative.
Evaluating Transnational NGOs: Legitimacy, Accountability, Representation, edited by Jens Steffek and Kristina Hahn. Palgrave, 2010.
Political theorists debate which forms of accountability and legitimacy are applicable to transnational NGOs and what concept of representation may mean in this context. Practitioners focus on restoring NGO accountability and the repercussions that the new demand for legitimacy and accountability may have on their work.
Theory and Methodology of World Development: The Writings of Andre Gunder Frank, edited by Sing C. Chew and Pat Lauderdale. Palgrave, 2010.
This book brings together key, incisive writings (published and unpublished) of the late Andre Gunder Frank on world development and world history.