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  • Goodman, James (Univ New South Wales-centre Applied Economic Research, 2012)
    Climate change both reflects and transforms global development. Asymmetries of responsibility, impact and capacity reflect historical and current development hierarchies. At the same time, the imperative to reduce greenhouse ...
  • Goodman, James (UTSePress, Sydney, 2011)
    Theorisations of global governance invariably conceive of it as bringing order to disorder, whether by increasing the `density? of interstate society, or by expressing the leverage of global civil society. This paper seeks ...
  • Goodman, James (Routledge, 2009)
    Justice globalism, as an ideological field, emerged to prominence from 2001 with the World Social Forum. It has offered powerful responses to market globalism, grounding alternatives as well as refusals. With the intensification ...
  • Goodman, James (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)
    In 2005, the United Nations reinterpreted its charter to facilitate humanitarian intervention, defining military action to prevent serious human rights abuses as a legitimate means of maintaining international peace and ...
  • Goodman, James; Roberts, Ellen (Inderscience Publishers, 2010)
    The paper assesses Australian aid programmes to Indonesia that are designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation. It is envisaged that reductions in deforestation will generate a stock of UN recognised ...
  • Goodman, James; Worth, D (Australian Political Economy Movement, 2008)
    Resource wealth in Australia is often presented as an asset, waiting to be exploited. Reflecting this, the recent resource boom is unquestioned indeed celebrated - as a great windfall for the Australian people. There is ...
  • Goodman, James (UTSePress, 2009)
    Political and social movements are both empowering and power-seeking: they seek both to mobilize civil society and overwhelm state institutions. As organisations they mobilize collective power, generating solidarities and ...
  • Goodman, James; Rosewarne, Stuart; Pearse, Beck (UTS ePress, 2010)
    Global warming poses very directly the question of human agency. In this video ethnography of climate agency we explore dimensions of subjectivity in climate activism. Through a longitudinal study we track activist ...
  • Goodman, James (University of Sydney, 2010)
    This article first explores the resulting political stagnation in debates about how to address climate change, drawing on local and international examples. Second it seeks to invigorate those debates by drawing on the ...