THE POLITICS OF NUMBERS
THE NORMATIVE AGENDAS OF GLOBAL BENCHMARKING
Out now:
2015 Special Issue of Review of International Studies
Edited by
André Broome & Joel Quirk
Contents
Introduction. The politics of numbers: the normative agendas of
global benchmarking
André Broome & Joel Quirk
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Governing the world at a distance: the practice of global
benchmarking
André Broome & Joel Quirk
Human security benchmarks: governing human wellbeing at a
distance
“The proliferation of global
Alexandra Homolar
benchmarks contributes to
Global benchmarking networks: the cases of disaster risk reduction
and supply chains
the diffusion of normative
Tony Porter
visions and agendas
How activists use benchmarks: reformist and revolutionary
benchmarks for global economic justice
regarding what various
Leonard Seabrooke & Duncan Wigan
types of transnational actors
Benchmarking global supply chains: the power of the ‘ethical audit’
regime
should look like, what they
Genevieve LeBaron & Jane Lister
Addressing the compliance gap? UN initiatives to benchmark the
human rights performance of states and corporations
James Harrison & Sharifah Sekalala
should value, and how they
should behave.”
- André Broome & Joel Quirk
Benchmarking and blame games: exploring the contestation of the
Millennium Development Goals
Liam Clegg
Climate change benchmarking: constructing a sustainable
future?
Caroline Kuzemko
The limits of global authority: how the World Bank benchmarks
African economies
Ole Jacob Sending & Jon Harald Sande Lie
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