International Law as Behavior

Harlan Grant Cohen (Redaktør) ; Timothy Meyer (Redaktør)

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Using a multi-disciplinary approach, this volume shows how international law shapes behavior.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. International Law as Behavior: An Agenda Harlan Grant Cohen and Timothy Meyer; 2. Deadlines as Behavior in Diplomacy and International Law Jean Galbraith; 3. Cooperating Without Sanctions; Timothy Meyer; 4. Egocentric Bias in Perceptions of Customary International Law Ryan M. Scoville; 5. Explaining the Practical Purchase of Soft Law: Competing and Complementary Behavior Hypotheses Tomer Broude and Yahli Shereshevsky; 6. Toward an Anthropology of International Law Galit A. Sarfaty; 7. Transnational Collaborations in Transitional Justice Elena Baylis; 8. Advancing Neuroscience in International Law Anna Spain Bradley; 9. The Missing Persons of International Law Scholarship: A Roadmap for Future Research Tamar Megiddo; 10. The Wrong Way to Weigh Rights Andrew Keane Woods.

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Harlan Grant Cohen is Gabriel M. Wilner/UGA Foundation Professor in International Law and Faculty Co-Director at Dean Rusk International Law Center, University of Georgia. He is an expert in international legal theory, global governance, and U.S. foreign relations law, as well as an elected member of the Board of Editors of the American Journal of International Law and the American Law Institute. He is co-editor of Legitimacy and International Courts (2018, with Grossman, Follesdal, and Ulfstein). Timothy Meyer is Professor of Law and Director of the International Legal Studies Program at Vanderbilt University Law School. A former U.S. State Department lawyer, he is an expert in public international law. His research has appeared in the Columbia Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the California Law Review, the Vanderbilt Law Review, the Journal of Legal Analysis, and the European Journal of International Law.