- Math Noortmann & Cedric Ryngaert, Introduction: non-state actors: international law's problematic case
- Peter Muchlinski, Multinational enterprises as actors in international law: creating 'soft law' obligations and 'hard law' rights
- Leyla Davarnejad, The impact of non-state actors on the international law regime of corporate social responsibility: blessing or curse?
- Cedric Ryngaert, Imposing international duties on non-state actors and the legitimacy of international law
- Janne E. Nijman, Non-state actors and the international rule of law: revisiting the 'realist theory' of international legal personality
- Noemi Gal-Or, Observations on the desirability of an enhanced international legal status of the non-state actor
- Math Noortmann, Understanding non-state actors in the contemporary world society: transcending the international, mainstreaming the transnational, or bringing the participants back in?
- Jean d'Aspremont, International law-making by non-state actors: changing the model or putting the phenomenon into perspective?
- Math Noortmann & Cedric Ryngaert, Non-state actors: law-takers or law-makers? Is that the question?
Friday, August 6, 2010
Noortmann & Ryngaert: Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law: From Law-Takers to Law-Makers
Math Noortmann (Oxford Brookes Univ.) & Cedric Ryngaert (Leuven Univ. & Utrecht Univ.) have published Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law: From Law-Takers to Law-Makers (Ashgate 2010). Contents include: