Global Business Regulation / Edition 1by John Braithwaite, Peter Drahos
Pub. Date: 02/28/2000
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
How has the regulation of business shifted from national to global institutions? What are the mechanisms of globalization? Who are the key actors? What of democratic sovereignty? In which cases has globalization been successfully resisted? These questions are confronted across an amazing sweep of the critical areas of business regulationfrom contract,… See more details below
How has the regulation of business shifted from national to global institutions? What are the mechanisms of globalization? Who are the key actors? What of democratic sovereignty? In which cases has globalization been successfully resisted? These questions are confronted across an amazing sweep of the critical areas of business regulationfrom contract, intellectual property and corporations law, to trade, telecommunications, labor standards, drugs, food, transport and environment. This book examines the role played by global institutions such as the World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, the OECD, IMF, Moodys and the World Bank, as well as various NGOs and significant individuals. Incorporating both history and analysis, Global Business Regulation will become the standard reference for readers in business, law, politics, and international relations.
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Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction: 1. The historical canvas; 2. Globalization and regulation; 3. Method; 4. Concepts: mechanisms, principles and actors; 5. Conclusions; 6. The struggle for a sovereignty of the people; Part II. Cases: 7. Property and contract; 8. Financial regulation; 9. Corporations and securities; 10. Trade and competition; 11. Labour standards; 12. The environment; 13. Nuclear energy; 14. Telecommunications; 15. Drugs; 16. Food; 17. Sea transport; 18. Road transport; 19. Air transport; Part III. Analysis: 20. Contests of actors; 21. Contests of principles; 22. Mechanisms of globalization; 23. Regulatory webs and globalization sequences; 24. Forum-shifting and contests of principles; 25. Modelling, globalization and the politics of empowerment; 26. A political program for sovereignty over global regulation.
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