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Contents List of Figures vi List of Tables vii Foreword by Ernesto Zedillo ix Preface and Acknowledgements xi Introduction: The Incentives to Supply Global Public Goods 1 1 Single Best Efforts: Global Public Goods that Can Be Supplied Unilaterally or Minilaterally 22 2 Weakest Links: Global Public Goods that Depend on the States that Contribute the Least 47 3 Aggregate Efforts: Global Public Goods that Depend on the Combined Efforts of All States 74 4 Financing and Burden Sharing: Paying for Global Public Goods 103 5 Mutual Restraint: Agreeing What States Ought Not to Do 133 6 Coordination and Global Standards: Agreeing What States Ought to Do 149 7 Development: Do Global Public Goods Help Poor States? 166 Conclusions: Institutions for the Supply of Global Public Goods 190 Endnotes 199 References 223 Index 240
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