Titel: Transatlantic Regulatory Co-Operation: Legal Problems and Political Prospects
Herausgegeben von George A. Bermann, Matthias Auteur Herdegen, Peter Lindseth
OXFORD UNIV PR
Februar 2001 - gebunden - 656 Seiten
This book offers a comprehensive account of the transatlantic regulatory cooperation phenomenon: its causes and political context in a globalizing economy, its theoretical understanding, its relationship to trade and competition, its implications for democracy, and its likely directions in the future.
Foreword; 1. Introduction; PART I: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION: THE POLITICAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK; 2. Transatlantic Economic Partnership: Breaking Down the Hidden Barriers; 3. The United States and Europe: Seeking Common Ground; 4. Globalization and the Rule of Law; 5. Listening in on the U.S.-EU Legal Dialogue; 6. The Transatlantic Business Dialogue: The Perspective of the European Chemical Industry; PART II: GLOBALIZATION AND TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION; 7. The Locational and Institutional Embeddedness of the Global Economy; 8. Global Economic Networks and Global Legal Pluralism; PART III: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES; 9. International Regulatory Co-operation: A Neo-Institutionalist Approach; 10. The 'Demand' for International Regulatory Co-operation: A Public Choice Perspective; 11. Regulatory Co-operation and Competition: The Search for Virtue; PART IV: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION, INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND COMPETITION LAW; 12. Reconciling Transatlantic Regulatory Imperatives with Bilateral Trade; 13. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation from a Trade Perspective: A Case Study in Accounting Standards; 14. Competition Law: Linking the World; 15. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation in Competition Policy: the Case for 'Soft Harmonization' and Multilateralism Over New Bilateral US-EU Institutions; 16. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation: Exclusive Club or 'Open Regionalism'?; PART V: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION IN SELECTED SECTORS; 17. Telecommunications and 'Cyberspace': Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation and the Constitutionalization of International Law; 18. Biotechnology and Regulatory Risk Assessment; 19. Existing Legal and Institutional Mechanisms for Co-operation and Co-ordination: The Case of Intellectual and Industrial Property; 20. International Governance for Voluntary Standards: A Game-Theoretic Perspective; PART VI: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY INITIATIVES AND THE DOMESTIC LEGAL ENVIRONMENT; 21. US and EU Structures of Governance as Barriers to Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation; 22. International Regulatory Co-operation and US Federalism; 23. Implementing Regulatory Co-operation Through Executive Agreements and the Problem of Democratic Accountability; 24. Integrating Regulatory Co-operation into the EU System; 25. The Respective Powers of the European Community and the Member States in Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation; 26. The Implementation of International Regulatory Initiatives in Europe; PART VII: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION, DEMOCRACY AND ACCOUNTABILITY; 27. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation and the Problem of Democracy; 28. Globalization, Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation and Democratic Values; 29. North Atlantic Co-operation and Democratizing Globalism; 30. Agencies on the Loose? Holding Government Networks Accountable; 31. The Challenges of Globally Accessible Process; PART VIII: THE FUTURE OF REGULATORY CO-OPERATION: STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS AND INSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS; 32. Regulatory Co-operation and Managed Mutual Recognition: Elements of a Strategic Model; 33. Building the 'Transatlantic Economic Partnership': Are New General Institutions Needed?; 34. Globalization and Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation: Proposals for US-EU Initiatives to Further Constitutionalize International Law
Peter L. Linseth is formerly Associate Director of the European Legal Studies Center at Columbia Law School and currently Associate Professor of Law, University of Conneticut
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