New publication titled "Business - Government - NGO Relations: Their Impact on Global Economic Governance" in the book "Global Governance and Diplomacy: World's Apart ?", edited by Andrew F. Cooper, Brian Hocking and William Maley. 2008, Palgrave Macmillan

Saner, Raymond; Paez, Laura; “Technical Assitance to Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in the context of the Doha Development Round (DDR): High risk of failure”, (accepted for publication in Journal of World Trade,) spring 2006

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Saner, R. 2005. Development Diplomacy by Non-State-Actors: An Emerging Form of Multistakeholder Diplomacy. Malta: DiploFoundation.

Yiu, L., & Saner, R. 2005. Development Diplomacy and Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers for Least Developed Countries: Non-State Actor Advocacy and Multistakeholder Diplomacy. Malta: DiploFoundation.

Trade in education is debated between market liberalizers and protectionists and is played out within countries and their different stakeholders, for example between government ministries (e.g. ministry of trade versus ministry of education) and between government and the private sector (privately owned schools versus publically run schools). A balance needs to be struck between consumer protection and the rights of governments to pursue high quality education without falling into the trap of closing market access to foreign education service providers.