Constitutionalism, multilevel trade governance and social regulation /

This is a book about the ever more complex legal networks of transnational economic governance structures and their legitimacy problems. It takes up the challenge of the editors'' earlier pioneering works which have called for more cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary analyses by scholars...

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Other Authors / Creators:Joerges, Christian.
Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: Oxford ; Portland, OR : Hart, 2006.
Series:Studies in international trade law ; 9.
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Table of Contents:
  • Multilevel trade governance in the WTO requires multilevel constitutionalism / Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann
  • Democratic legitimacy of transnational trade governance : a view from political theory / Patricia Nanz
  • Dispute settlement under GATT and WTO : an empirical enquiry into a regime change / Achim Helmedach and Bernhard Zangl
  • The appellate body's "response" to the tensions and interdependencies between transnational trade governance and social regulation / Christiane Gerstetter
  • Why co-operate? civil society participation at the WTO / Jens Steffek and Claudia Kissling
  • Participatory transnational governance / Rainer Nickel
  • Non-traditional patterns of global regulation : is the WTO "missing the boat"? / Joost Pauwelyn
  • Conflicts and comity in transnational governance : private international law as mechanism and metaphor for transnational social regulation through plural legal regimes / Robert Wai
  • Fixing the codex? global food-safety governance under review / Thorsten Hüller and Matthias Leonhard Maier
  • Precautionary principle in support of practical reason : an argument against formalistic interpretations of the precautionary principle / Alexia Herwig
  • Beyond the science/democracy dichotomy : the World Trade Organization sanitary and phytosanitary agreement and administrative constitutionalism / Elizabeth Fischer
  • Administrative globalism and curbing the excess of state / Damian Ch almers
  • New device for creating international legal normativity : the WTO technical barriers to trade agreement and "international standards" / Robert Howe
  • Empire's drains : sources of legal recognition of private standardisation under the TBT agreement / Harm Schepel
  • Global environmental governance and the WTO : emerging rules through evolving practice : the CBD-Bonn guidelines / Christine Godt
  • Environmental policies and the WTO Committee on Trade and Environment : a record of failure? / Ulrike Ehling
  • Facing the global hydra : ecological transformation at the global financial frontier : the ambitious case of the global reporting initiative / Oren Perez
  • Constitutionalism in postnational constellations : contrasting social regulation in the EU and in the WTO / Christian Joerges.