This book brings together a unique range of case studies focusing on networks in the context of business regulation. The case studies form the basis for an interdisciplinary dialogue on the meaning, value and the limits of the 'network concept' as a tool for understanding and critically evaluating the emergent transnational legal order. .
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Introduction: Networks and Networked Governance Networked Governance, Network Actors & the Limits of the Law From Protected National Markets to Networked Governance? Regulatory Revolution in the EU Aviation Sector Unpacking Legal Network Power: The Structural Construction of Transnational Legal Expert Networks Science Based Governance? EU Food Regulation Submitted to Risk Analysis Regulatory Networks, Population Level Effects & Threshold Models of Collective Action Intermediaries, Trust and Efficiency of Communication: A Social Network Perspective Ethical Trade Networks as a Catalyst for Corporate Compliance with Human Rights Networked Governance: From Democratic Deficit to Substantive Legitimacy The Dilemma of European Consumer Representation in Deliberative Networks - The Democratic Deficit in the Context of the Drafting of the Common European Sales Law The "European Business Register EEIG" as a Network of European Commercial Registers The International Competition Network, its Leniency Best Practice and Legitimacy: An Argument for Introducing a Review System Networked Governance, Investment and Finance Evolving Hierarchies in Transnational Financial Networked Governance: The Relationship between the International Accounting Standards Board, the Financial Stability Board and the G-20 The OECD Principles of Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets: A Successful Example of Networked Governance? The Role of Investor Networks in Transnational Corporate Governance.
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