The State in International Law
THE SOCIAL EMBEDDEDNESS TRANSNATIONAL MARKETS, C. Joerges & J. Falke, eds., Hart Publishing, 2010
23 Pages Posted: 22 Jul 2010
Date Written: July 21, 2010
The analysis of processes of the globalisation of law needs new paradigms beyond the reference to traditional state-based law – including international law. Global administrative law, in particular, should not be conceived as a phenomenon that is no longer state-based law and not yet the law of a coming world state. It is a new heterarchical order in its own right. The theoretical and practical challenges of its network structure can only be met by approaches that are focused on a new relational rationality of meta-rules for the management of conflicts of heterogeneous norms. This goes for administrative law as well as for the transnational cooperation of courts.
Keywords: Global Administrative Law, Transnational Networks of Courts, State in Transnational Law
JEL Classification: K10, K33
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