In this thought-provoking book thirteen outstanding authorities from various EU jurisdictions examine the legal basis of self-regulation and its function in the process of European legal integration, with particular reference to European private law.
|Publisher:||Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.88(d)|
Table of Contents
List of Contributors, Preface New Modes of Regulation in Europe: Critical Rethinking of the Recent European Paths Fabrizio Cafaggi Part One 1 Chapter 1 Rethinking Private Regulation in the European Regulatory Space Fabrizio Cafaggi Chapter 2 The Constitutional Dimension of Self-Regulation Aileen McHarg Chapter 3 Agents Without Principals? Delegation in an Age of Diffuse and Fragmented Governance Peter L. Lindseth Chapter 4 Self-Regulation and the Meta-Regulatory State Colin Scott Chapter 5 Constitutional Boundaries to Self-Regulation: a Comparative Appraisal Jacques Ziller Part Two Chapter 6 The Government and Citizenship of Self-Regulation Damian Chalmers Chapter 7 A Constitutional Perspective on Self-Regulation: The Case of the European Social Dialogue Stijn Smismans Chapter 8 Marie Curie Fellow, Law Department, European University Institute of Florence and Faculty of Law, University of Nancy Ségolène Barbou des Places Chapter 9 University of Utrecht Ewoud Hondius Chapter 10 Self-Regulation, Politics and Law: the Example of the Media Tony Prosser Chapter 11 A European Perspective of Self-Regulation in the Media Susanne Nikoltchev Chapter 12 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a Model of ‘Extended’ Corporate Governance: an Explanation Based on The Economic Theories of Social Contract, Reputation and Reciprocal Conformism Lorenzo Sacconi Chapter 13 Epilogue: On Regulating the Regulation of Regulation Neil Walker