Interface Law: Legal Interactions between Spheres of Authority in Global Economic Governance





This project seeks to analyze how the interactions between (formal and informal, public and private) spheres of authority in the global order are reflected in the theory and practice of law. It uses the issue area of global economic governance as an example and focuses on six jurisdictions – Germany, the UK, the US, Brazil, India and China – to inquire into the ways in which conflicts between different layers of law (and informal norms) are processed in judicial, quasi-judicial and regulatory settings.


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