Friday, May 13, 2016

Blome, Fischer-Lescano, Franzki, Markard, & Oeter: Contested Regime Collisions: Norm Fragmentation in World Society

Kerstin Blome (Universität Bremen), Andreas Fischer-Lescano (Universität Bremen), Hannah Franzki (Birkbeck College, Univ. of London), Nora Markard (Universität Hamburg), & Stefan Oeter (Universität Hamburg) have published Contested Regime Collisions: Norm Fragmentation in World Society (Cambridge Univ. Press 2016). Contents include:
  • Kerstin Blome, Andreas Fischer-Lescano, Hannah Franzki, Nora Markard & Stefan Oeter, Contested collisions: an introduction
  • Stefan Oeter, Regime collisions from a perspective of global constitutionalism
  • Jeffrey L. Dunoff, How to avoid regime collisions
  • Sebastian Oberthür, Regime-interplay management: lessons from environmental policy and law
  • Lars Viellechner, Responsive legal pluralism: the emergence of transnational conflicts law
  • Isabell Hensel & Gunther Teubner, Horizontal fundamental rights as conflict of laws rules: how transnational pharma-groups manipulate scientific publications
  • Marcelo Neves, (Dis)solving constitutional problems: transconstitutionalism beyond collisions
  • Larry Catá Backer, Governance polycentrism or regulated self-regulation: rule systems for human rights impacts of economic activity where national, private, and international regimes collide
  • Sebastian Eickenjäger, Non-financial reporting for business enterprises: an effective tool to address human rights violations?
  • Kolja Möller, A critical theory of transnational regimes: creeping managerialism and the quest for a destituent power
  • Christoph Menke, Materialism of form: on the self-reflection of law
  • Sonja Buckel, The dialectic of democracy and capitalism before the backdrop of a transnational legal pluralism in crisis
  • Andreas Fischer-Lescano, Putting proportionality in proportion: whistleblowing in transnational law
  • Hannah Franzki & Johan Horst, On the critical potential of law – and its limits: double fragmentation of law in Chevron Corp. v. Ecuador