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Global Poverty The Co-Production of Knowledge and Politics
This article argues that insights from the field of social studies of science and technology are relevant for assessing the highly politicized and contested knowledge for development and the eradic...
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The World Bank as a Transnational Expertised Institution
Abstract The World Bank has become an expertised transnational institution and thus subject to the problems of expertise identified by social studies of science. The legitimacy and credibility of theExpand
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Point of Departure
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Synthesizing a policy-relevant perspective from the three IPCC “Worlds”—A comparison of topics and frames in the SPMs of the Fifth Assessment Report
Abstract The paper investigates topics, emphases, frames and absences in the Summary for Policymakers parts of the three Working Group reports in the IPCC 5th Assessment Report and the Summary forExpand
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The social heart of global environmental change
The environmental challenges that confront society are unprecedented and staggering in their scope, pace and complexity. Unless we reframe and examine them through a social lens, societal responsesExpand
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Transforming communication and knowledge production processes to address high-end climate change
Abstract Recent GHG emissions trends are in stark contrast with the Paris Agreement’s target to hold the increase in average global warming to “well below 2 °C and pursue efforts to stay below 1,5Expand
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Global poverty: Development ethics meets global justice
Abstract Any plausible conception of what may constitute fair globalization needs to address the processes that produce and reproduce global poverty. In this essay I argue that the ethical aspects ofExpand
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