Global Consumer Organisations
Routledge – 2013 – 160 pages
Series: Global Institutions
This volume aims to bring these disparate literatures on consumer affairs together in order to analyze the slow but interesting institutionalization of consumer policy and the role taken by consumer organizations.
Introduction Part 1: The Past 1. Historical overview, including boxes on the various global institutions 2. Successes and failures Part 2: The Present 3. Three post-Cold War disarmament and nonproliferation challenges 4. Responses to the three challenges Part 3: The Future 5. Pathways towards disarmament and nonproliferation 6. Conclusion: The way forward
Karsten Ronit is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.