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Human Rights and Global Economic Justice


Human Rights
Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

The aim of this course is to introduce you to the concept of economic justice and global economic governance. The foundations and remedies related to property, distribution and work will be analysed, as well as the different structures and forms of global governance. Lastly, we will look at the main multilateral organizations and also at the major initiatives led by international corporations and non-governmental agencies today.

Course Content

1. The concept of economic justice

2. Property, distribution and work: Foundations and remedies

3. The concept of global economic governance

4. Different structures of global governance

5. Forms of governance

  a) Public

  b) Private

  c) Mixed

6. Main multilateral organizations

7. International corporate initiatives

8. Non-governmental initiatives

Bibliography

Chios Carmody & Frank J. Garcia & John Linarelli - Global Justice and International Economic Law_ Opportunities and Prospects - Cambridge University Press (2012)

Gary Chartier - Economic Justice and Natural Law - Cambridge University Press (2009)