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Non-state actors as standard setters : framing the issue in an interdisciplinary fashion / Anne Peters, Lucy Koechlin, and Gretta Fenner Zindernagel Local and regional non-state actors on the margins of public policy in Africa / Dieter Neubert Conceptualising the use of public-private partnerships as a regulatory arrangement in critical information infrastructure protection / Dan Assaf Standard setting at the cutting edge : an evidence-based typology for multi-stakeholder initiatives / Lucy Koechlin and Richard Calland New standards for and by private military companies? / Lindsey Cameron Governance matters VII : aggregate and individual governance indicators, 1996-2007 / Daniel Kaufmann, Aart Kraay, and Massimo Mastruzzi Contending with illicit power structures : a typology / Michael Miklaucic Democratic governance beyond the state : the legitimacy on non-state actors as standard setters / Steven Wheatley Legitimacy, accountability and polycentric regulation : dilemmas, trilemmas and organisational response / Julia Black Accountability of transnational actors : is there scope for cross-sector principles? / Monica Blagescu and Robert Lloyd Non-state environmental standards as a substitute for state regulation? / Marcus Schaper Limiting violence : culture and the constitution of public norms : with a case study from a stateless area / Till Förster Standard setting for capital movements : reasserting sovereignty over transnational actors? / Peter Hägel Certification as a new private global forest governance system : the regulatory potential of the Forest Stewardship Council / Stéphane Guéneau Private standards in the north : effective norms for the south? / Eva Kocher International corporate social responsibility standards : imposing or imitating business responsiblity in Lithuania? / Egle Svilpaite Legal pluralism under the influence of globalisation : a case study of child adoption in Tanzania / Ulrike Wanitzek Towards non-state actors as effective, legitimate, and accountable standard setters / Anne Peters, Till Förster, and Lucy Koechlin.