|Other titles||Globalization and the rule of law|
|Statement||edited by Spencer Zifcak.|
|Contributions||Zifcak, Spencer, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||KZ1275 .G58 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004009648|
For Jean-Loius Dewost, Director-General of the Commission Legal Service, among the most challenging aspects of the enterprise is identifying the differences in context between the European Union on the one hand, whose integration has been the concern of his Service, and, on the other, the transatlantic regulatory arena. This chapter is divided into three : Jean-Louis Dewost. Globalisation and the Rule of Law reassesses the idea of the 'rule of law' within the present complex and increasingly internationalised environment. There have been many books studying the phenomenon of globalisation and its economic, social or cultural consequences. This book, however, is the first to relate globalisation exclusively to law. "Globalisation and the Rule of Law reassesses the idea of the 'rule of law' within the present complex and increasingly internationalised environment. There have been many books studying the phenomenon of globalisation and its economic, social or cultural consequences. This book, however, is the first to relate globalisation exclusively to law. Those who assert that globalization requires the rule of law may well be right, but wrong to think that the establishment of the rule of law necessarily will lead to social and political liberalization. Keywords: Rule of Law, globalization, individual rights, China.
To the extent, then, that economic globalization engenders the privatization and informalization of law and justice at the expense of central constitutional tenets of the rule of law, it. The rule of law attracts capital; and processes of globalization, such as new information technologies, allow people in developing countries to access more information, models, and precedents on which to build rule-of-law economies. About Globalisation, Law and the State. Globalisation, Law and the State begins – as is customary in globalisation literature – with an acknowledgement of the definitional difficulties associated with globalisation. Rather than labour the point, the book identifies some economic, political and cultural dimensions to the phenomenon and uses these to analyse existing and emerging challenges to State-centric and territorial models of law and governance. Globalization and the Rule of Law Andrew Clapham  Introduction. The International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) chose to consider at its Cape Town Triennial Meeting the issue of globalization and its implications for the enjoyment of human rights.
Although the Center for Law and Military Operations (CLAMO) publishes the Rule of Law Handbook, it is the product of contributions by dozens of authors from a multitude of agencies, both U.S. and foreign, non-governmental and international organizations, military and civilian, over theMissing: Globalisation. DOI link for Globalisation and the Rule of Law. Globalisation and the Rule of Law book. Globalisation and the Rule of Law. DOI link for Globalisation and the Rule of Law. Globalisation and the Rule of Law book. By Spencer Zifcak. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 August Author: Michael Kirby. Globalization of law may be defined as the worldwide progression of transnational legal structures and discourses along the dimensions of extensity, inten-sity, velocity, and impact. Global Perspectives on the Rule of Law is a collection of original research on the rule of law from a panel of leading economists, political scientists, legal scholars, sociologists and historians. The chapters critically analyse the meaning and foundations of the rule of law and its relationship to economic and democratic development, challenging many of the underlying assumptions guiding the burgeoning Price: $