Global governance

Ord, Toby (2020) The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity, London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp. 199–205.

80,000 Hours rates global governance a "potential highest priority area": a probleman issue that, if more thoroughly examined, could rank as a top global issue.challenge.[2]

Evaluation

80,000 Hours rates global governance a "potential highest priority area": a problem that, if more thoroughly examined, could rank as a top global issue.[2]

Rhodes, Catherine (2018) Risks and risk management in systems of international governance, in John Garrick (ed.) International Colloquium on Catastrophic & Existential Risk, University of California, Los Angeles, pp. 125–143.

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    Global Challenges Foundation (2020) What is global governance?, Global Challenges Foundation.

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    80,000 Hours (2022) Our current list of pressing world problems, 80,000 Hours.

Further reading

Lu, Catherine (2006) World government, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, December 4 (updated 5 January 2021).

The global governance tag is for posts related to "bring[ing] together diverse actors to coordinate collective action at the level of the planet. The goal of global governance, roughly defined, is to provide global public goods, particularly peace and security, justice and mediation systems for conflict, functioning markets and unified standards for trade and industry" (Global Challenges Foundation 2020).[1]

Bibliography

Global Challenges Foundation (2020) What is global governance?, Global Challenges Foundation.

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    Global Challenges Foundation (2020) What is global governance?, Global Challenges Foundation.