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Research Team

The TBGI Project includes more than 250 collaborators from over ten countries, representing more than 50 institutions.

The TBGI Project includes more than 250 collaborators from over ten countries, representing more than 50 institutions.

The TBGI Project includes more than 250 collaborators from over ten countries, representing more than 50 institutions. The participants of the TBGI Project include five Project Leaders and a variety of participating researchers who have attended conferences, panels and workshops, and have contributed scholarship to the TBGI field.

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Transnational Governance Interactions

Transnational governance actors and institutions interact with each other in increasingly complicated ways.

Transnational governance actors and institutions interact with each other in increasingly complicated ways, from cooperation to competition, convergence to conflict, and coordination to chaos.

As transnational efforts to regulate human activity proliferate across a wide range of policy domains, the governance actors and institutions involved interact with each other in increasingly complicated ways, from cooperation to competition, convergence to conflict, and coordination to chaos.

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  • Events

    LSA Panel 2014

    Tools, Techniques and Legitimacy in Transnational Private Regulation

    LSA Panel 2014 | Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Minneapolis | May 31, 2014

    The LSA Panel 2014, chaired by Gregory Shaffer, took place at the 38th annual meeting of The Law and Society Association (LSA), an interdisciplinary scholarly organization committed to social scientific, interpretive, and historical analyses of law across multiple social contexts. Continue reading

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    LSA Panel 2013

    Transnational Governance Interactions: Case Studies in an Analytical Frame

    LSA Panel 2013 | Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Boston | May 31, 2013

    The LSA Panel 2013, chaired by Errol Meidinger, took place at the 37th annual meeting of The Law and Society Association (LSA), an interdisciplinary scholarly organization committed to social scientific, interpretive, and historical analyses of law across multiple social contexts. Continue reading

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    ISA Panel 2013 (Part 2)

    Transnational Business Governance Interactions, Part 2: Outcomes and Impacts

    ISA Panel 2013 | International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco | April 4, 2013

    The ISA Panel 2013 brought together 18 scholars from five countries to participate in panel discussions addressing Transnational Business Governance Interactions (TBGI) from multiple perspectives. The panel took place as part of the International Studies Association’s (ISA) Annual Convention. Continue reading

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    ISA Panel 2013 (Part 1)

    Transnational Business Governance Interactions, Part 1: Drivers, Mechanisms, Dynamics and Outputs

    ISA Panel 2013 | International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco | April 4, 2013

    The ISA Panel 2013 brought together 18 scholars from five countries to participate in panel discussions addressing Transnational Business Governance Interactions (TBGI) from multiple perspectives. The panel took place as part of the International Studies Association’s (ISA) Annual Convention. Continue reading

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    Renowned Regulation scholar Julia Black speaks on TBGIs at Osgoode

     

    On November 21, 2012 Professor Julia Black of the London School of Economics and Political Science gave a public lecture at York University in Toronto on TBGIs, exploring the various forms that such interactions may take, from mimicry and cooperation to competition and conflict.

    Professor Black’s lecture was entitled Transnational Business Governance Interactions: Analyzing Competition, Coordination and Conflict in Transnational Business Regulation

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    LSA Panel 2012

     

    From Soft to Hard Law: Exploring the Role of Transnational Business CSR Standards

    LSA Panel 2012 | Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Honolulu | June 5-8, 2012

    The LSA Panel 2012, chaired by Professor Errol Meidinger, took place at the 36th annual meeting of The Law and Society Association (LSA), an interdisciplinary scholarly organization committed to social scientific, interpretive, and historical analyses of law across multiple social contexts. Continue reading

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    Berlin Workshop 2012

    Interactions in Transnational Business Governance:
    Assessing Impacts on Regulatory Capacity and Performance

    Berlin Workshop 2012 | Hertie School of Governance | May 16, 2012

    This international workshop brought together 28 scholars from 6 countries to explore the impacts of Transnational Business Governance interactions on regulatory capacity and the performance of larger regulatory systems. Continue reading

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    Florence Workshop 2011

    Transnational Governance Interactions: Theoretical Approaches, Empirical Contexts and Practitioner’s Perspectives

    Florence Workshop 2011 | European University Institute (EUI) | May 23-24, 2011

    This workshop brought together 31 scholars and 4 practitioners from 11 countries to explore the dynamics of transnational business governance interactions (TBGI). The goal of the workshop was to advance and integrate theoretical and empirical inquiry relating to the four central research questions that were generated at the earlier Toronto workshop. Continue reading

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    Toronto Workshop 2010

    Dynamics of Interaction in Transnational Business Governance Regimes

    Toronto Workshop 2010 | Hennick Centre for Business and Law | October 22, 2010

    Our inaugural workshop brought together 31 researchers from 7 countries to explore the prospects for an interdisciplinary research agenda focused on transnational business governance interactions. Continue reading

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