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About André Broome

André Broome is Associate Professor of International Political Economy in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. His research focuses on the architecture and practice of global governance and the politics of knowledge, and his recent book publications include Seeing Like an International Organisation, Global Governance in Crisis, and Issues and Actors in the Global Political Economy.

Articles by André Broome

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

La política de los números: el Índice Global de esclavitud y el mercado del activismo

El Índice global de esclavitud presenta graves errores de tipo metodológico, sin embargo, sigue siendo citado de manera amplia y frecuente sin cuestionamiento crítico. ¿Qué hay tras la producción y el uso de datos estadísticos altamente sospechosos? English

The politics of numbers: the Global Slavery Index and the marketplace of activism

The Global Slavery Index is profoundly flawed methodologically, yet it remains widely and often uncritically cited. What underlies the production and use of highly suspect statistics? Español

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