Emerging Legal Certainty

Emerging Legal Certainty : Empirical Studies on the Globalization of Law

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This work deals with empirical aspects of what political scientists call patterns of globalization. It builds on social scientific reflections and discussions on globlization processes which converge on the observation that the world is shrinking in terms of economic exchanges and communications.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 154 x 217 x 19.05mm | 657.71g
  • Dartmouth Publishing Co Ltd
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • bibliography, index
  • 1840144238
  • 9781840144239

Table of contents

Part 1 Introduction. Part 2 Business interactions: Cross-border debt collection - examples of Turkey and Germany, Ali Cem Budak; Comments on Ali Cem Budak's paper - International litigation and arbitration in Turkey, Hasan Nerad; Back to the courtroom? developments in the London reinsurance market, Christine Stammel; Third cultures versus regulators - cross-border legal relations of banks, Klaus Frick; The political economy of the Chamber of Commerce of Milan - towards a new 'Universitas Mercatorum', Vittorio Olgiati. Part 2 Small-people's claims: Cross-border maintenance claims of children, Kirstin Grotheer; Cross-border legal issues arising from international migrations - the case of Portugal, Pierre Guibentif; Obtaining information on foreign legal systems, Andreas Petzold . Part 4 Law and the new world order: Global legal interaction and contemporary patterns of globalization, Anthony G. McGrew; Reflexive legitimacy in international arbitration, Reza Banakar. Part 5 Conclusions: Binding territoriality and functionality? - globalization meets the law, Jurgen Neyer; Globalization and legal certainty, Volkman Gessner.
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