The Challenge of Transnational Private Regulation: Conceptual and Constitutional Debates
April 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
Represents the first extensive treatment of the phenomenon of transnational private regulation
Offers conceptual and theoretical innovation in considering the significance of transnational private regulation and its relationship to governmental activity in hybrid regimes
Analyzes constitutional issues surrounding the emergence of transnational private regulation
2. New Foundations of Transnational Private Regulation (Fabrizio Cafaggi).
3. Neither ‘Public' nor ‘Private', ‘National' nor ‘International': Transnational Corporate Governance from a Legal Pluralist Perspective (Peer Zumbansen).
4. The Crystallization of Regulatory Norms (Donal Casey, Colin Scott).
5. Privatized Sovereign Performance: Regulating in the ‘Gap' between Security and Rights? (Fiona de Londras).
6. Competition Law and Transnational Private Regulatory Regimes: Marking the Cartel Boundary (Imelda Maher).
7. The Meta-regulation of Transnational Private Regulation (Jacco Bomhoff and Anne Meuwese).
8. Public Accountability of Transnational Private Regulation: Chimera or Reality? (Deirdre Curtin, Linda Senden).
Fabrizio Cafaggi is Professor of Comparative Law, European University Institute, Florence, on leave from the University of Trento.
Linda Senden is Professor of European Law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands. She has published extensively on the use of soft law in the context of the EU.