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TBGI Research Agenda and Analytical Framework

The following articles represent the backbone of the TBGI research agenda. They propose a common TBGI analytical framework and directions for theoretical and empirical development:

  • Burkard Eberlein, Kenneth W Abbott, Julia Black, Errol Meidinger and Stepan Wood, “Transnational Business Governance Interactions: Conceptualization and Framework for Analysis” (2014) 8:1 Regulation & Governance 1-21, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rego.12030/abstract.
  • Stepan Wood, Ken Abbott, Julia Black, Burkard Eberlein & Errol Meidinger, “The Interactive Dynamics of Transnational Business Governance: A Challenge for Transnational Legal Theory” (2015) 6:2 Transnational Legal Theory 333-369, http://j.mp/1JydBJd.

Transnational Business Governance Interactions: Empowering Marginalized Actors, Enhancing Regulatory Capacity and Ratcheting up Standards

Edited collection of papers forthcoming from Edward Elgar, 2019. Stay tuned for updates.

Symposium: Transnational Business Governance Interactions
(2015) Transnational Legal Theory 6(2):  333-500

Contents:

  • Stepan Wood, Ken Abbott, Julia Black, Burkard Eberlein & Errol Meidinger, “The Interactive Dynamics of Transnational Business Governance: A Challenge for Transnational Legal Theory”, pp 333-369, http://j.mp/1JydBJd. Earlier draft available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2660840.
  • John Biggins & Colin Scott, “Licensing the Gatekeeper: Public pathways, social significance and the ISDA Credit Derivatives Determinations Committees,” pp 370-398, http://j.mp/1nugxg0.
  • Karin Buhmann, “Business and Human Rights: Understanding the UN Guiding Principles from the perspective of Transnational Business Governance Interactions,” pp 399-434, http://j.mp/1OSU7f2.
  • David Doorey, “Mapping the ascendance of the ‘living wage’ standard in non-state global labour codes,” pp 435-465, http://j.mp/1nuh4yG.
  • Kernaghan Webb, “ISO 26000 social responsibility standard as ‘proto law’ and a new form of global custom: Positioning ISO 26000 in the emerging transnational regulatory governance rule instrument architecture,” pp 466-500, http://j.mp/1PgcBcW.

Special Issue: Transnational Business Governance Interactions
(2014) Regulation & Governance 8: 1-148

This Special Issue, published in the journal Regulation & Governance, was edited by Burkard Eberlein, Kenneth Abbot, Julia Black, Errol Medinger & Stepan Wood.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rego.2014.8.issue-1/issuetoc.

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