Working Papers

In 2013 we launched the Just World Institute Working Papers series, providing an early view of as yet unpublished research. Comments to help improve final versions are welcome - please email the author directly.

  1. Liz Cooper, 2013. The Effects of Non-Firm Actors’ Interventions in Agro-Commodity Value Chains on Chain Governance: the Case of NGOs and Development Agencies. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2013/01. Edinburgh: JWI
  2. Tim Hayward, 2013. Ecological Space: the Concept and its Ethical Significance. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2013/02. Edinburgh: JWI
  3. Kieran Oberman, 2013. Immigration as a Human Right. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2013/03. Edinburgh: JWI
  4. Tim Hayward, 2013. Human Rights vs Property Rights. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2013/04. Edinburgh: JWI
  5. Jaakko Kuosmanen, 2013. Eyes on the 'Unicorn': On the Nature of the Right to Development. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2013/05. Edinburgh: JWI
  6. Nick Martin, 2013. Religious Accommodation and Public Justification. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2013/06. Edinburgh: JWI
  7. Ashley Taylor, 2014. Solidarity: Obligations and Expressions. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/01. Edinburgh: JWI
  8. Tim Hayward, 2014. Equality and Ecological Space. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/02. Edinburgh: JWI
  9. Nick Martin, 2014. Reconciling Liberal Neutrality and the Institution of Charity. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/03. Edinburgh: JWI
  10. Robert Jubb, 2014. Whose Republicanism, Whose Liberty. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/04. Edinburgh: JWI
  11. Liz Cripps, 2014. (How) Should We Be 'Green' Parents. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/05. Edinburgh: JWI
  12. Tim Hayward, 2014. Just Institutions for a Crowded Planet. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/06. Edinburgh: JWI
  13. Ben Sachs, 2014. Fair Equality of Opportunity and Low Income Quotas in University Admissions. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2014/07. Edinburgh: JWI.
  14. Tim Hayward and Yukinori Iwaki, 2015. Had We but World Enough, and Time: Integrating Ecological and Temporal Perspectives on Global Justice. Just World Institute working papers series no. 2015/01. Edinburgh: JWI.
  15. Christina Dineen, 2015. Need and Normativity. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2015/02. Edinburgh: JWI.
  16. Laura ffrench Constant, 2015. Assessing Normative Justifications of the Tobin Tax: Debunking Assumptions about an Automatic Contribution to Global Justice. Just World Institute working paper series no. 2015/03. Edinburgh: JWI.