Beyond Taxonomies of Private Authority in Transnational Regulation

Scott, Colin
December 2012
German Law Journal;Dec2012, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p1329
Academic Journal
The article addresses the issue of private authority in transnational private regulation (TPR). It discusses the importance of the contract in the protection of property rights and explores the impact of globalization of markets in the articulation of property rights of multinational corporations through compliance with product standards for regulatory purposes. It examines sources of legitimacy for TPR regimes in global markets.


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