PART I The Challenge of Crafting a New Grand Compromise
1. Introduction: Power, Social Purposes, and Legitimacy in Global Governance
2. Global Markets and Global Governance: The Prospects for Convergence
John Gerard Ruggie
PART II Power and Authority in Global Governance
3. Would Citizens Support a New Grand Compromise?
Robert Wolfe and Matthew Mendelsohn
4. The Politics of International Development: Approaching a New Grand Compromise?
5. The United Nations in a Changing Global Economy
Louis W. Pauly
6. Compromises of Embedded Knowledge: Standards, Codes,
and Technical Authority in Global Governance
PART III Integration and Fragmentation in Global Governance
7. Big Judgments, Elusive Phenomena, and Nuanced Analysis:
Assessing Where the World Is Headed
James N. Rosenau
8. Currency Blocs and the Future of Embedded Liberalism
9. Institutional Fragmentation and Normative Compromise in Global Environmental Governance: What Prospects for Re-Embedding?
Steven Bernstein and Maria Ivanova