Chapter 1. Introduction: Neo-Liberalism, State Power and global Governance in the Twenty First Century, Simon Lee and Stephen McBride. - Part I. National Differences in the Face of Pressures to Converge. - Chapter 2. European Economic Integration: The Threat to Modell Deutschland, Michael Whittall. - Chapter 3. Stranded on the Common Ground? Global Governance and State Power in England and Canada, Simon Lee. - Chapter 4. Assessing the Globalization-Decentralization Nexus: Patterns of Education and Reform in Mexico, Chile, Argentina and Nicaragua, Michael McNamara. - Part II. Transnational Policy Prescriptions - Chapter 5. Tracking Neo-liberalism: Lbaour Market Policies in the OECD Area, Stephen McBride, Kathleen McNutt and Russell Williams. - Chapter 6. Social Economy Policies As Flanking For Neoliberalism: Transnational Policy Solutions, Emergent Contradictions, Local Alternatives, Peter Greafe. - Chapter 7. Assessing the Convergence Thesis of Legal reforms in Emerging Market Economics, Linda Elmose. - Part III. Labour: A special Case in the Global Economy? - Chapter 8. Governing International Labour Mobility: Past Practice and New Directions, Christina Gabriel. - Chapter 9. Neo-liberal policies and Immigrant Women in Canada, Habiba Zaman. - Part IV. The Need for Reform. - Chapter 10. The Logic of Neoliberalism and the Political Economy of Consumer Debt-led Growth, Johnna Montgomerie. - Chapter 11. World Trade and World Money: The Case for a New World Currency Unit, Duncan Cameron. - Chapter 12. Multilateral Institution-building in a Neoliberal Era: The Case of Competition Policy, Marc Lee. - Chapter 13. The TWO and Global Governance, Theodore H. Cohn. - Chapter 14. The World Trade Organisation and Social Justice, Colin Tyler. - Chapter 15. The OECD: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century, Richard Woodward. - Chapter 16. Conclusion: The Need to Rebuild the Public Domain, Simon Lee and Stephen McBride.