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EnviReform: Strengthening Canada's Environmental Community through International Regime Reform:
Exploring Social Cohesion in a Globalizing Era

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Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). Enforcing the rules in a global economy?: The emergence of structural conditionality in the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. In Albert Berry (Ed.), Critical issues in financial reform.

Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). Global markets, national authority, and the problem of legitimation: The case of finance. In Rodney Bruce Hall & Thomas Biersteker (Eds.), Private authority and global governance. New York: Columbia University Press.

Pauly, Louis. (Forthcoming). International financial institutions and national economic governance: Aspects of the new adjustment agenda in historical perspective. In Carl-L. Holtfrerich & Harold James (Eds.), The international financial system: Past and present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Pauly, Louis. (2001). Private power and public authority in the global casino. In Marcello de Cecco & Jochen Lorentzen (Eds.), Markets and authorities: Global finance and human choice. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Pauly, Louis, Earnest, David C., et al.  (2000).  Reflections: Blurring the boundaries and shaping the agenda.  In Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau, & Amy C. Verdun, (Eds.), Strange power: Shaping the parameters of international relations and international political economy (pp. 409-420).  Brookfield, VT: Ashgate.

Pauly, Louis. (1999). Good governance and bad policy: The perils of international organizational overextension. Review of International Political Economy, 6(4) 401-424.

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