Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation - George A. Bermann

Transatlantic Regulatory Cooperation

Legal Problems and Political Prospects

George A. Bermann (Redaktør) ; Matthias Herdegen (Redaktør) ; Peter L. Lindseth (Redaktør)

This book offers a comprehensive account of the transatlantic regulatory cooperation phenomenon: its causes and political context in a globalizing economy, its theoretical understanding, its relationship to trade and competition, its implications for democracy, and its likely directions in the future. Les mer
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This book offers a comprehensive account of the transatlantic regulatory cooperation phenomenon: its causes and political context in a globalizing economy, its theoretical understanding, its relationship to trade and competition, its implications for democracy, and its likely directions in the future.
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ISBN: 9780198298922
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Foreword ; 1. Introduction ; PART I: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION: THE POLITICAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK ; 2. Transatlantic Economic Partnership: Breaking Down the Hidden Barriers ; 3. The United States and Europe: Seeking Common Ground ; 4. Globalization and the Rule of Law ; 5. Listening in on the U.S.-EU Legal Dialogue ; 6. The Transatlantic Business Dialogue: The Perspective of the European Chemical Industry ; PART II: GLOBALIZATION AND TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION ; 7. The Locational and Institutional Embeddedness of the Global Economy ; 8. Global Economic Networks and Global Legal Pluralism ; PART III: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ; 9. International Regulatory Co-operation: A Neo-Institutionalist Approach ; 10. The 'Demand' for International Regulatory Co-operation: A Public Choice Perspective ; 11. Regulatory Co-operation and Competition: The Search for Virtue ; PART IV: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION, INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND COMPETITION LAW ; 12. Reconciling Transatlantic Regulatory Imperatives with Bilateral Trade ; 13. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation from a Trade Perspective: A Case Study in Accounting Standards ; 14. Competition Law: Linking the World ; 15. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation in Competition Policy: the Case for 'Soft Harmonization' and Multilateralism Over New Bilateral US-EU Institutions ; 16. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation: Exclusive Club or 'Open Regionalism'? ; PART V: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION IN SELECTED SECTORS ; 17. Telecommunications and 'Cyberspace': Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation and the Constitutionalization of International Law ; 18. Biotechnology and Regulatory Risk Assessment ; 19. Existing Legal and Institutional Mechanisms for Co-operation and Co-ordination: The Case of Intellectual and Industrial Property ; 20. International Governance for Voluntary Standards: A Game-Theoretic Perspective ; PART VI: THE INTERFACE BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY INITIATIVES AND THE DOMESTIC LEGAL ENVIRONMENT ; 21. US and EU Structures of Governance as Barriers to Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation ; 22. International Regulatory Co-operation and US Federalism ; 23. Implementing Regulatory Co-operation Through Executive Agreements and the Problem of Democratic Accountability ; 24. Integrating Regulatory Co-operation into the EU System ; 25. The Respective Powers of the European Community and the Member States in Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation ; 26. The Implementation of International Regulatory Initiatives in Europe ; PART VII: TRANSATLANTIC REGULATORY CO-OPERATION, DEMOCRACY AND ACCOUNTABILITY ; 27. Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation and the Problem of Democracy ; 28. Globalization, Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation and Democratic Values ; 29. North Atlantic Co-operation and Democratizing Globalism ; 30. Agencies on the Loose? Holding Government Networks Accountable ; 31. The Challenges of Globally Accessible Process ; PART VIII: THE FUTURE OF REGULATORY CO-OPERATION: STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS AND INSTITUTIONAL IMPLICATIONS ; 32. Regulatory Co-operation and Managed Mutual Recognition: Elements of a Strategic Model ; 33. Building the 'Transatlantic Economic Partnership': Are New General Institutions Needed? ; 34. Globalization and Transatlantic Regulatory Co-operation: Proposals for US-EU Initiatives to Further Constitutionalize International Law
George A. Bermann is Professor of Law at Columbia University School of Law

Matthias Herdegen is at the Universitat Bonn, Rechts - und Staatswissenschaftlich Fakultat

Peter L. Linseth is formerly Associate Director of the European Legal Studies Center at Columbia Law School and currently Associate Professor of Law, University of Conneticut