International economic law in the 21st century : constitutional pluralism and multilevel governance of interdependent public goods /
- Publication info:
- Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2012.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- International economic law in the 21st century : constitutional pluralism and multilevel governance of interdependent public goods / Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann.
- Main Author:
- Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich.
Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2012
- Variant Title:
- International economic law in the twenty first century
- Physical Description:
xxxiii, 540 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -524) and index.
Table of Contents
- Introduction and overview : the crisis of international economic law
- How should international economic law be designed in order to protect 'interdependent public goods' more effectively?
- The emergence of cosmopolitan IEL based on respect for 'constitutional pluralism'
- 'Civilizing' and 'constitutionalizing' IEL requires cosmopolitan restraints of public and private power
- Legal and political strategies for making multilevel economic regulations consistent with human rights
- Regulating the 'tragedy of the commons' and 'interdependent public goods' requires transnational rule of law
- Transnational rule of law must be justified by an 'overlapping consensus' on principles of justice
- The need for constitutional reforms of the law of international organizations : the example of the world trading system
- From 'constitutional nationalism' to multilevel judicial protection of cosmopolitan rights in IEL
- Conclusions and research agenda for IEL in the twenty-first century.