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Providing Global Public GoodsManaging Globalization$
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Inge Kaul

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780195157406

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0195157400.001.0001

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Creating Incentives for Cooperation: Strategic Choices

Creating Incentives for Cooperation: Strategic Choices

(p.308) Creating Incentives for Cooperation: Strategic Choices
Providing Global Public Goods

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A key difference between public goods and global public goods is that the latter concept lacks the coercive authority, which the nation state enjoys. This means that the provision of global public goods requires a much more highly developed mechanism of incentives. Examines firstly, the different incentive structures that can underlie the provision of global public goods—for example, international trade agreements; secondly, the way in which these structures can be manipulated to foster international co‐operation and increase the provision of such goods.

Keywords:   co‐operation, global public goods, incentives

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