"Policy makers and social actors increasingly face inter-related and inter-penetrated levels and realms of governance. The effect is that some of the intuitive contrasts between rights and regulation are no longer tenable. As the essays collected in this volume show, different combination's of rights and regulatory claims serve as barometers of current changes in political economy. These are not only restructuring political space, but also changing the assumed relevance of rights and regulation. Bringing together a range of fresh perspectives on socio-legal scholarship from a variety of disciplines, The Intersection of Rights and Regulations will have worldwide interdisciplinary appeal."--Provided by publisher.
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part, 1 Rights and Regulation: Contrasting Forms and Logics? chapter 1 The Intersection of Rights and Regulation: New Directions in Sociolegal Scholarship / Bronwen Morgan chapter 2 Form and Substance in Labour Market Policies / Orly Lobel chapter 3 Lawyers Using Rights Discourse in an Internet Community: Challenging and Redefining Gender Discrimination in the Legal Practice / Amanda Baumle chapter 4 Rights as the Seeds of Regulation in UK Land-Use Planning / Tola Amodu part, 2 Complementarities Between Rights and Regulation chapter 5 Taxing Prejudice: Non-Constitutional Approaches to the Problem of Minority Rights / Anders Walker chapter 6 Doing Good Business or Just Doing Good: Competing Human Rights Frameworks at the World Bank / Galit A. Sarfaty chapter 7 Regulatory Rights: Emergent Indigenous Peoples' Rights as a Locus of Global Regulation / Erik Larson part, 3 Politics and Ideologies: Hybrid Dialectics of Rights and Regulation chapter 8 Dancing in New York City: The Cabaret Law, Alternative Cultures and Neoliberal Urbanism / Laam Hae chapter 9 Rights and Regulation in Bush's America; or, How the New Right Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Equal Rights / Jeffrey R. Dudas chapter 10 Rights as Regulation: The Integration of Development and Human Rights / Sundhya Pahuja.