As the world becomes increasingly globalized, government structures also need to interact with international structures and bodies, such as the United Nations (UN). Additionally, analyses of official development assistance and multilateral development banks cast a wider net to demonstrate the growing need for global cooperation and development beyond the borders of the UN. Given the excitement over the new Post-2015 Development Agenda approved by UN member states,
which demonstrates the continued need to recognize shared global responsibilities among governments, this book is released at the perfect moment to engage the dialogue around global public goods and
development cooperation. Looking to the future, how will international cooperation and development institutions be changed? How can we make sure that these global initiatives and institutions are innovating for the better?