Globalisation and the Transnationalisation of Commercial and Financial Law

67 Rutgers University Law Review 17 (2015)

41 Pages Posted: 23 Nov 2013 Last revised: 9 Feb 2016

Jan H. Hendrik Dalhuisen

King's College London; University of California, Berkeley; Catolica Global School of Law

Date Written: November 19, 2013

Abstract

This contribution explores the manner of and methodology behind the transnationalisation of commercial and financial law and its regulation and seeks to establish an academic framework that explains and makes this process more transparent. It tests the findings in four areas: the development of a dynamic transnational contract law in the professional sphere that is not solely intent based; the opening-up of the proprietary system particularly in the area of asset back funding in international financings leading to a dynamic transnational movable property law; the support for payment and transactional finality in international transactions; and the transfer of international cash-flows.

Keywords: globalisation, transnationalisation, lex mercatoria, transnational public order, transnational minimum public policy requirements

Suggested Citation

Dalhuisen, Jan H. Hendrik, Globalisation and the Transnationalisation of Commercial and Financial Law (November 19, 2013). 67 Rutgers University Law Review 17 (2015). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2357090 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2357090

Jan H. Hendrik Dalhuisen (Contact Author)

Catolica Global School of Law ( email )

Palma de Cima
Lisbon, 1649-023
Portugal

King's College London ( email )

London

University of California, Berkeley ( email )

Berkeley, CA
United States

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