Intergenerational Responsibility in the 21st Century

‘Intergenerational Responsibility in the 21st Century’

by Julia M. Puaschunder (Ed.)

Vernon Press

Book release

George Washington University

July 2018

Table of Contents

Contributing Authors:

Veronika V. EBERHARTER
(University of Innsbruck)
‘Childhood income dynamics and intergenerational social stratification: Empirical evidence from selected countries’

Lara McKENZIE
(The University of Western Australia)
‘Invisible anger: Intergenerational dependence and resentment among precarious academics’

Benjamin WILSON, Natalie June KANE, Neal WILSON, Peter J. EATON, Doug BOWLES
(State University of New York, University of Missouri)
‘Housing, health, and history: Interdisciplinary spatial analysis in pursuit of equity for future generations’

Robert B. WILLIAMS
(Guilford College)
Wealth privilege: Reprising the Jim Crow System’

Vera FERREIRA
(University of Coimbra)
‘Climate-induced migrations: Legal challenges’

Julia M. PUASCHUNDER
(The New School, Columbia University, Princeton University, George Washington University, Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis)
‘Gifts without borders: Intergenerational glue connecting over distance and time as pure international development in age of migration’

Antoine VERRET-HAMELIN
(Université Laval)
‘Sustainable development: Substitutability is not the issue, but compensation is’

Li-Li CHEN
(University of Florida)
‘Philippine’s trash management policy: A critical examination’

Anastasia GOLOFAST
(Russian Academy of Sciences)
‘Transgenerational supranationality spiral: Impact of exogenous shocks’

Désirée BUSSI
(University of Vienna)
‘The Political Settlement in Sierra Leone: An evaluation’

Marta GONÇALVES & Federico PERALI
(Lisbon University Institute ISCTE, University of Verona)
‘Intergenerational Responsibility in the 21st century: An independent agency as intergenerational lens’

Julia M. PUASCHUNDER
(The New School, Columbia University, Princeton University, George Washington University, Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis)
‘Global responsible intergenerational leadership: Coordinating common goods and economic stability’