Private international law and global governance / edited by Horatia Muir Watt and Diego P. Fernandez Arroyo.
Contributor(s): Muir Watt, Horatia | Fernandez Arroyo, Diego P.Material type: BookCall no.: K7041 .P75 2014Series: Law and global governance series: Publication: Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2014Edition: 1st ed.Description: vi, 391 p.ISBN: 9780198727620; 0198727623.Subject(s): Conflict of laws | Globalization
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part I. Behind closed doors: the private model and its discontents -- Section A. Epistemological challenge : the meaning of 'private' in private international law -- 1. Comparative law as resistance / Geoffrey Samuel -- 2. Private v private : transnational private law and contestation in global economic governance / Robert Wai -- 3. Post-critical private international law : from politics to technique / Ralf Michaels -- Section B. Political critique : privatization as homogenization -- 4. Global land grabbing : a tale of three legal homogenizations / Tomaso Ferrando -- 5. Governance implications of comparative legal thinking : on Henry Maine's Jurisprudence and British Imperialism / Veronica Corcodel -- Section C. Searching for legitimacy : questions of design -- 6. Private adjudication without precedent? / Diego P. Fernández-Arroyo -- 7. The merchant who would not be king : unreasoned fears about private lawmaking / Gilles Cuniberti -- 8. Balancing the public and the private in international investment law / Yannick Radi -- Part II. Beyond the schism : emerging models and worldviews -- Section A. The global turn to informality : pragmatism and constructivism -- 9. A pragmatic approach to global law / Benoit Frydman -- 10. Rules of recognition : a legal constructivist approach to transnational private regulation / Harm Schepel -- 11. The extraterritorial application of access to justice rights : on the availability of Israeli courts to Palestinian plaintiffs / Michael Karayanni -- Section B. Re-importing public law methodology : federalism and constitutionalism -- 12. Variable geometry, peer governance, and the public international perspective on private international law / Alex Mills -- 13. The constitution of the conflict of laws / Jacco Bomhoff -- 14. Importing proportionality to the conflict of laws / Jérémy Heymann -- Section C. Reinventing a global horizon : working towards a global public good -- 15. Financial stability as a global public good and private international law as an instrument for its transnational governance : some basic thoughts / Bram van der Eem -- 16. Can private international law contribute to global migration governance? / Sabine Corneloup -- 17. Political recognition and transnational law : gender equality and cultural diversification in French courts / Ivana Isailovic -- 18. Future directions / Horatia Muir Watt.
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