New Regionalisms Post-EPAs: What Prospects for Sustainable Development in Africa and the Caribbean

Shaw, Timothy (2009). New Regionalisms Post-EPAs: What Prospects for Sustainable Development in Africa and the Caribbean. UNU Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies.

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    Author Shaw, Timothy
    Title New Regionalisms Post-EPAs: What Prospects for Sustainable Development in Africa and the Caribbean
    Volume/Issue No. 8
    Publication Date 2009
    Place of Publication Bruges
    Publisher UNU Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies
    Language eng
    Abstract

    Increasingly, there are multiple definitions of regions & their development in Africa & the Caribbean. Who so defines: the EU and/or the South? This paper advances a discussion about alternative definitions with reference to the BRICs along with fragile /failed states. It also considers how varieties of capitalisms & of civil societies impact regional governance, including CSR. And it recognises the impacts on regionalisms of conflicts & peace-making. Finally, the paper considers the range of implications for analyses of regionalisms, disciplines & discourses as well as public policy, non-state as well as state.

    Keyword Sustainable development
    Africa
    The caribbean
    Capitalisms
    Civil societies
    Regional governance
    Conflicts
    Peace-making
    Public policy
    Copyright Holder UNU Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies
    Copyright Year 2009
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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