Chapters survey the absence of jurisdictional restrictions in the transnational space and how the EU is arguably shaping transnational private governance to pursue regulatory aims. These regulatory endeavours span not only institutional structures and substantive rules but also the values that inform them. Leading contributors provide insights into a broad range of transnational governance considerations, from the standardization of the internet and contracts in energy exchanges to private food safety standards.
The Role of the EU in Transnational Legal Ordering will be of interest to students and scholars working in the areas of EU law, regulatory law, international law, transnational governance, and private law. EU law practitioners and policy-makers will also find the analysis of key elements of EU regulation beneficial.
Contributors include: C. Busch, M. Cantero Gamito, L. de Almeida, T. Juutilainen, A. Marcacci, M. Mataija, H.-W. Micklitz, M. Paz de la C. de los Mozos, K. Pijl, G. Spindler, R. Vallejo, R. van Gestel, P. van Lochem, P. Verbruggen, B. Warwas
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