Transnational private governance and its limits

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Routledge , New York, NY
International economic relations, Globalization -- Economic aspects, International organization, International cooper
Statementedited by Jean-Christophe Graz and Andreas Nölke.
SeriesRoutledge/ECPR studies in European political science -- 51
ContributionsGraz, Jean-Christophe., Nölke, Andreas, 1963-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHF1359 .T735 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17883534M
ISBN 139780415414357, 9780203939338
LC Control Number2007011605

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Transnational Expert-Driven Standardisation 4. Transnational Private Governance and the Basel Process Part 2: Transnational Corporations Facing Labour, Ecological, and Consumers’ Concerns Power of TNCs in Transnational Environmental Private Governance 6.

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Transnational private governance is a core feature of the devolution of power that we observe in the global realm and that is bringing about new forms of authority. Transnational Private Governance and its Limits book.

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Holman, Otto. () ‘Public-Private Partnerships and Transnational Governance in the European Union: The Case of the Lisbon Strategy’, in Graz, Jean-Christophe and Nölke, Andreas (eds) Transnational Private Govenance and its Limits, London: Routledge: – Google ScholarCited by: 4.

This book provides the first comprehensive, cutting-edge account of the world of transnational climate change governance. Co-authored by a team of the world's leading experts in the field and based on a survey of sixty case studies, the book traces the emergence, nature and consequences of this phenomenon, and assesses the implications for the Cited by: Transnational governance, within a European Union framework, is both a subset of governance in general and an application of it to situations outside its usual limits of corporate or governmental hierarchies, whether regional or national.

When such disparate hierarchies within the EU find common goals, typically within a conterminous geographic area, they seek to achieve them by integrating. The Limits of transnational private governance Jean-Christophe Graz and Andreas Nölke Days before the collapse of the Berlin Wall infive US Army and Marine Corps officers introduced the concept of ‘fourth-generation’ warfare in an article published in the Marine Corps Gazette.

Its. Transnational Regulatory Networks and Their Limits contemporary phenomenon: the disaggregation of the state in the conduct of its international relations. In this view, individual government agencies and actors negotiate directly with their foreign counterparts and reach informalCited by: This chapter discusses the key drivers and risks of private transnational governance.

It shows that private governance rarely seems to stay purely private. When it fails to consider wider societal interests and concerns, private governance will draw unwanted attention from governments, potentially leading to oversight and regulation or public-private partnerships — what is referred to as Cited by: 1.

Christou, George and Simpson, Seamus () Limitations to transnational private governance of the Internet: the dot eu top-level domain. In: Graz, Jean-Christophe and Nolke, Andreas,(eds.) Transnational private governance and its dge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science, Vol Routledge, pp.

'Professional judgement has always mattered in policy making. Yet, as this volume argues and outlines, in transnational governance the professions may matter more in devising rules, benchmarks and standards, or in exercising their technical and epistemic authority via new governance architectures of.

Nölke(): Jean-Christophe Graz / Andreas Nolke: The Fragmented Debate on Transnational Private Governance, In Andreas Nolke /Jean-Christophe Graz, eds. Transnational Private Governance and its Limits, London / New York, Routledge, Rough Consensus and Running Code describes and analyses different law-making regimes currently observable in the transnational arena.

Its core aim is to reassess the transnational regulation of consumer contracts and corporate governance in light of a dramatic proliferation of rule-creators and compliance mechanisms that can no longer be.

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Transnational Private Governance and its SUB Hamburg A/ Edited by Jean-Christophe Graz and transnational private governance in global finance 29 the limits of transnational private governance ANDREAS NOLK.E AND JEAN-CHRISTOPHE GRAZ Bibliography Index ] Transnational Labor Regulation and the Limits of Governance To help shape a new direction in governance and to help form a new research agenda, I present in Part III a brief sketch of what I term an "integrative" approach to TLR.

Such an approach draws upon the important insights of governance theory, but seeks to adapt and more File Size: KB. The term transnational governance designates untraditional types of international and regional collaboration among both public and private actors.

These legally-structured or less formal arrangements link economic, scientific and technological spheres with political and legal processes. They are challenging the type of governance which constitutional states were supposed to represent and.

Global and transnational governance. Governance in general describes how complex organizations and especially state structures are managed. Global governance is the management of structural allocation mechanisms between states or by individual states that account for the entire world or a large part of it.

Abstract. Transnational law perspectives share with global governance concepts a background vision of functionalism across borders, in which a wide range of public and private norms, and state and non-state actors, from a multiplicity of jurisdictions, combine to achieve internationalist dreams of worldwide cooperation in obtaining basic international security and in advancing shared interests Cited by: 3.

1 Global Public Goods and Transnational Private Regulation: Assessing Production, Protection, and Access. This article addresses two main issues: (1) the role and the limits of transnational private regulation (TPR) in producing, protecting, and granting access to global public goods (GPGs), and (2) the prerequisites that private actors have to meet to govern GPGs with by: 4.

The nature of global governance is changing, as are the standards by which we judge its legitimacy. We are witnessing a gradual and partial shift from inter-state co-operation to more complex forms of governance, involving participation by transnational actors, such as NGOs, party associations, philanthropic foundations and corporations.encompasses 11 case studies focusing on four dimensions: legitimacy, quality, effectiveness and enforcement.

The 11 case study sectors are briefly outlined in Appendix 1. These case studies have been conducted in the context of the research project Transnational Private Regulation: Constitutional Foundations and Governance Design.

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2. Abstract. In recent years, the rise of transnational regulatory networks (TRNs) has attracted the attention of international law scholars.

Advocates of TRNs contend that, by cooperating directly with their counterparts abroad to address common regulatory issues, national regulators are creating a revolutionary system of effective global governance without centralized world by: