Titel: Making Transnational Law Work in the Global Economy
Essays in Honour of Detlev Vagts.
HC gerader Rücken kaschiert.
Herausgegeben von Pieter H. F. Bekker, Rudolf Auteur Dolzer, Michael Waibel
Cambridge University Press
13. April 2012 - gebunden - 720 Seiten
This book takes stock and assesses the prospects of transnational law, in tribute to Professor Detlev Vagts of the Harvard Law School.
Foreword. The transnationalism of Detlev Vagts Harold Hongju Koh; 1. Introduction. A festschrift to celebrate Detlev Vagts' contributions to transnational law Pieter Bekker, Rudolf Dolzer and Michael Waibel; 2. Detlev Vagts and the Harvard Law School William Alford; 3. Constructing and developing transnational law: the contribution of Detlev Vagts Henry Steiner; Part I. International Law in General: 4. 'Hegemonic international law' in retrospect Anthony Anghie; 5. Textual interpretation and (international) law reading: the myth of (in) determinacy and the genealogy of meaning Andrea Bianchi; 6. The changing role of the State in the globalizing world economy Jost Delbruck; 7. Sources of human rights obligations binding the UN Security Council Bardo Fassbender; 8. Is transnational law eclipsing international law? Daniel Kalderimis; 9. Participation in WTO and foreign direct investment - national or community competences Juliane Kokott; 10. From dualism to pluralism: the relationship between international law, European law and domestic law Andreas Paulus; 11. Transnational law comprises constitutional, administrative, criminal, and quasi-private law Anne Peters; 12. Founding myths, international law and voting rights in the District of Columbia Siegfried Wiessner; 13. The tormented relationship between international law and EU law Jan Wouters; 14. International law scholarship in times of dictatorship and democracy - exemplified by the life and work of Wilhelm Wengler Andreas Zimmermann; Part II. Transnational Economic Law: 15. Sovereignty-plus in the era of interdependence: toward an international convention on combating human rights violations by transnational corporations Olivier De Schutter; 16. The noisy secrecy: Swiss banking law in international dispute Jean Nicolas Druey; 17. Not-for-profit organisations, conflicts of laws, and the right of establishment under the EC treaty Werner Ebke; 18. The meaning of 'investment' in the ICSID convention Barton Legum and Caline Mouawad; 19. Toward a proper perspective of the private company's distinctiveness George Nnona; 20. Administrative law and international law: the encounter of an odd couple Hernan Perez Loose; 21. Making transnational law a reality through regime-building: the case of international investment law Jeswald Salacuse; 22. Creditor protection in international law Michael Waibel; 23. Stability, integration, and political modalities: some American reflections on the European project after the financial crisis David Westbrook; Part III. Transnational Lawyering and Dispute Resolution: 24. Diffusion of law: the world court as a court of transnational justice Pieter Bekker; 25. Regulating counsel conduct before international arbitral tribunals Charles Brower and Stephan Schill; 26. International arbitrators as equity judges Jan Dalhuisen; 27. Customary international law in United States courts: the origins of the later-in-time rule William Dodge; 28. Mediation and civil justice: a public-private partnership? Peter Murray; 29. The borders of bias: rectitude in international arbitration William Park; 30. Managing conflicts between rulings of the WTO and regional trade tribunals: reflections on the Brazil-Tyres case Julia Ya Qin; 31. Cross-border bankruptcy as a model for the regulation of international attorneys Catherine Rogers.
Pieter Bekker heads the public international law practice at Crowell & Moring LLP and teaches international investment law and arbitration at Columbia Law School in New York. Rudolf Dolzer is Professor of International and European Law at the University of Bonn. Michael Waibel is a University Lecturer at the University of Cambridge and the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. His main research interests are public international law, international economic law with a particular focus on finance and the settlement of international disputes. He teaches international law, WTO law and European Union law. He holds Mag. iur. and Dr. iur. degrees from the Universitat Wien, an MSc (Econ.) from the London School of Economics and an LLM from Harvard Law School. He is admitted to the New York bar and holds a diploma of the Hague Academy of International Law. He has also worked for the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
"No short review can do justice to the rich content and fine craftsmanship found in each contribution to this Festschrift,...each has ably demonstrated the full measure of his or her devotion to Vagts as professor, mentor, coauthor, colleague, and friend." -Peter D. Trooboff,Covington & Burling LLP