When Science Meets Strategic Realpolitik: The Case Of The Copenhagen Un Climate Change Summit

Academic Press
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Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 2011, 22 (7), pp. 682 - 697
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This paper argues that the impasse over tackling climate change at the 2009 climate change summit is a result of the outcome of the prevailing power and politics at the summit. The paper discusses the sociological literature on power and notes that the f
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