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The Changing Role of Law in the Age of Supra- And Transnational Governance by Rainer Nickel
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Rainer Nickel
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Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft
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330
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9783832953614
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Innovative supra- and transnational techniques of juridification (in short: governance structures) have changed both the fundamental conditions of law production, as well as the significance of transnational law. This has led to a transformation of international law. The contributions to this volume analyze this transformative trend by discussing conceptual problems of global democratic cosmopolitanism, new conceptual approaches towards legitimizing the EU via conflicts of law, the implications of the administrative bias of governance structures, as well as the potential of taming governance by involving civil society actors in its structures.

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