Networked Governance, Transnational Business and the Law
Fenwick, Mark, Van Uytsel, Steven, Wrbka, Stefan (Eds.)
2014, XIII, 313 p. 7 illus.
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Focusing on networked governance in a business law context
Unique range of case studies focusing on networks
Interdisciplinary dialogue on the meaning, value and the limits of the network concept
This book brings together a unique range of case studies focusing on networks in the context of business regulation. The case studies form the basis for an interdisciplinary dialogue on the meaning, value and the limits of the 'network concept' as a tool for understanding and critically evaluating the emergent transnational legal order.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »democracy and legimacy - globalization - international administrative law - networked governance - transnational Law