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The actors of postnational rule-making, contemporary challenges of European and international law, edited by Elaine Fahey

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The actors of postnational rule-making, contemporary challenges of European and international law, edited by Elaine Fahey
Language
eng
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
The actors of postnational rule-making
Nature of contents
bibliographydictionaries
Oclc number
913955796
Responsibility statement
edited by Elaine Fahey
Sub title
contemporary challenges of European and international law
Summary
This edited volume explores what we may term the gap between doctrine, theory, lexicon and practice in assessing the descriptive and normative dimensions of actors engaging in rule-making in EU and International law. Drawing together contributions from leading scholars in the field, the collection uses three central and cross-cutting research questions as themes for synthesis, namely: (1) how do we frame actors and action in postnational rule-making; (2) how to we frame new organisations, institutions and their components within postnational rule-making and (3) how do we frame interactions between actors? What practices constitute acting in the shadows?
Table Of Contents
section 1. Framing actors in postnational rule-making : between doctrine and lexicon -- section 2. New institutional components and systems : establishing autonomy in postnational rule-making -- section 3. Interactions between actors in postnational rule-making : framing practices 'in the shadows' and beyond
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