Deliberately Democratizing Multilateral Organizations
Session I: What are Deliberation and Clumsiness?
Loren King, MIT
"Democracy and Deliberation: A Review of Recent Theories and Proposals"
Michael Thompson, University of Bergen
"Clumsiness: It's as Easy as Falling off a Log"
Session II: UN & International Environmental Regimes
Tom Heller, Stanford University
"Clumsy Institutions against Global Warming"
Session III: EMU & WTO
Susanne Lohmann, UCLA
"Sollbruchstelle: Mass Democracy, Deep Uncertainty and Institutional Design"
Rob Howse, University of Michigan
"Democracy, Science, and Free Trade: Risk Regulation on Trial at the WTO"
Session IV: World Bank, IMF & International Labor Standards
Archon Fung, Harvard University
"Globalizing with a Human Face: How Deliberation, Transparency, and Competition Can Improve International Labor Standards"
Marco Verweij, Max Planck Institute in Bonn
"The Need to Make the World Bank & IMF Clumsier"
Session V: General Discussion
Introduced and chaired by Joseph Steiglitz, Stanford University