|Prelims (Contents, Acknowledgements, List of contributors, List of acronyms and abbreviations)|
|1. Introduction: Development and the challenge of globalization|
|Peter Newell, Shirin M.Rai, Andrew Scott|
|PART I: GLOBALIZATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES|
|2. Globalization and environmental change: the case of Asia’s 1997 financial crisis|
|3. The political economy of intellectual property rights: a gender perspective|
|Sharmishta Barwa, Shirin M. Rai|
|4. Stagnant backwater or dynamic engine of growth?: the small enterprise sector under globalization|
|5. Global trade and agriculture: a review of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture|
|Biswajit Dhar, Sudeshna Dey|
|PART II: NEW AND OLD ACTORS ON THE GLOBAL STAGE|
|6. The emerging linkage between the WTO and the ISO: implications for developing countries|
|Matthias Finger, Ludivine Tamiotti|
|7. Slaying the serpent: knowledge management in development NGOs|
|8. Globalization and small and medium-sized enterprises: the European experience|
|Part III: CONTESTING GLOBALIZATION|
|9. Challenging globalization: the response of women workers and entrepreneurs to trade and investment policies|
|10. ‘Flexible’ female employment and ethical trade in the global economy|
|11. Globalization and environmental change in Madagascar: the opportunities and challenges faced by Rio Tinto|
|12. Managing multinationals: the governance of investment for the environment|
|Back Matter (Notes, References, Index)|
Peter Newell is a research fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.
Andrew Scott was Director of international programmes and policy for the Intermediate Technology Development Group (now Practical Action) until 2011. He is now a research fellow at the Overseas Development Institute.
Shirin M. Rai is a reader in the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick.