"This title was first published in 2003.This book explores the interaction of globalization and the development of law. The framework of the book is established by William Twining, who asks how legal concepts can be generalised within a variety of legal orders. This theme is taken up by a group of leading Australian scholars, who produce essays on international economic law, including financial regulation and human rights, and citizenship, migration and crime, under the headings Globalization and the Laws of Money, Globalization and the Laws of People, Globalization, Cultures and Comparisons. This collection marks an important step towards the construction of a jurisprudence for a connected, but still culturally diverse, globe."--Provided by publisher.
Formatted Contents Note
part, I Key Themes in Jurisprudence For An Interconnected Globe chapter 1 New Directions for Jurisprudence chapter 2 The Province of Jurisprudence Re-examined chapter 3 Historical Aspects of Globalization and Law part, II Globalization and The Laws Of Money chapter 4 Globalization and International Economic Law chapter 5 Networks, Norms and the Nation State: Thoughts on Pluralism and Globalized Securities Regulation part, III Globalization and the Laws of People chapter 6 Relabelling the International Labour Problem: Globalization and Ideology chapter 7 Globalization and Citizenship and Nationality chapter 8 Illegal Migration and Sovereignty part, IV Globalization, Cultures and Comparisons chapter 9 Globalization, Legal Transplants and Unhappiness: Post-Communist Experiences chapter 10 Crime, Terror and Transitional Cultures in a Contracting Globe.