What are the factors that lead states and transnational actors to choose between formal intergovernmental organisations, informal intergovernmental organisations and transnational governance networks to structure their interactions and govern global problems?
To what extent does the concept of gridlock apply to the global health governance and account for its deficiencies? What is the potential for reform?
What are the consumption patterns of the growing middle classes in emerging countries? What are the environmental and social impacts of these practices? How can more sustainable consumption pathways be reached?
Why was no multilateral regulation against capital flight and international tax evasion implemented between 1945 and 1970?
What are the legal obligations to protect and assist persons with disabilities during conflict and what are the policies and practices required to put these obligations into effect?
Why and how does centralized design prevail as a global gold standard for the urban sanitation sector even in the light of crisis and how does it influence project implementation under SDG6?
To what extent can regional governance architectures of mountainous areas contribute to achieving the Millenium Development Goals in terms of integration of sustainable development principles and of reduction of biodiversity loss?
To what extend do information and communicaton technologies contribute to sustainable macroeconomic development? What is the influence of foreign investment?
What are the effects of market incentives made by public financial institutions on worker organisations and social dialogue according to ILO key labour standards?
How could the concept of Deliberative Quality help improve the conditions under which decisions are made, and could it serve to develop better processes and outcomes in trade-related organizations?
What are the effects of the financialisation of the commodity trading on local lives and what are the policy recommendations to be drawn for Swiss and international regulatory actors?
To what extent can globalized economies offer increased opportunities to their populations in different socio-economic domains?
What are the key parameters of the asylum process that affect the subsequent integration of refugees?
How do European countries’ decisions to return Syrian refugees impact the refugee returns in regional host states?
What is the Aedes ecology and, related to it, people’s knowledge, attitudes, behaviour and practice?
What are the design, evolution, and effects of the international investment agreements currently in practice?
What are the conditions under which deaths in custody should be investigated and how can they be prevented?
How effective is the metabarcoding approach as a tool for measuring the status of marine biodiversity?
What is the role of large-scale extractive investments in the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals and their contradictory dynamics?
How can raising awareness, better prevention and treatment help individuals suffering from Noma, the “neglected disease”?
What are the effects of Social Impact Bonds on the social service programs they finance?
What are the most important barriers to low-cost green technology diffusion across developing countries?
What is the involvement of corporations in symbolic reparations (SR) in Colombia, Germany and South Africa?
How can potentially negative effects on local populations of large-scale land acquisitions be mitigated and what could institutions do to protect human rights of the affected population?
What are the effects of cross-border refugee flows and the possible spread of conflicts in host countries taking into account ethnical linkages?
What is the relationship between teleworking and well being?
Which types of international environmental cooperation are likely to have long-term prospects in democracies and which will not?