Regulating global corporate capitalism /
"This analysis of how multi-level networked governance has superseded the liberal system of interdependent states focuses on the role of law in mediating power and shows how lawyers have shaped the main features of capitalism, especially the transnational corporation. It covers the main institu...
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||International corporate law and financial market regulation.
- 1. Transformations of global governance
- 2. Liberal internationalism: strengths and limits
- 3. From interdependence to fragmentation
- 4. Corporations and competition
- 5. Corporate rights and responsibilities
- 6. International taxation
- 7. Regulation of international finance
- 8. The WTO as a node of global governance
- 9. Intellectual property rights
- 10. Law and legitimacy in networked governance.