In this essay, I revisit the public/private divide in order to explore more fully the potential for private production of law in global exchange and also to clarify what I think are differences in the way common law and civil legal scholars think about the public and the private in law.
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Hadfield: The Public and the Private in the Provision of Law for Global Transactions
Gillian Hadfield (Univ. of Southern California - Economics and Law) has posted The Public and the Private in the Provision of Law for Global Transactions (in Contractual Certainty in International Trade: Empirical Studies and Theoretical Debates on Institutional Support for Global Economic Exchanges, forthcoming). Here's the abstract: