Global Governance and Its Effects on State and Law by Martin BelovGlobal Governance and Its Effects on State and Law by Martin Belov

Global Governance and Its Effects on State and Law

EditorMartin Belov

Paperback | March 29, 2016

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The sixth volume in the series of the Central and Eastern European Forum for Legal, Political, and Social Theory Yearbook is focused on the effects of globalisation and global governance on state, law and society. It addresses the great structural and systemic changes in the fundamental constitutional and political concepts produced by the above mentioned phenomena. The main issues which are discussed in the book are the crisis of authority, the crisis of territoriality, the shifting constitutional geometry, the constitutional identity, the territorial irresponsibility of capital, the horizontalisation of human rights, the new constitutional and political roles of the transnational corporations and the global religions as well as the influence of the supranational jurisdictions on the supranational and national legal orders.
Martin Belov is Senior Assistant Professor in Constitutional and Comparative Constitutional Law at the University of Sofia «St. Kliment Ohridski», Faculty of Law.
Title:Global Governance and Its Effects on State and LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:8.27 × 5.9 × 0.52 inPublished:March 29, 2016Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3631673086

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Table of Contents

Contents: Saskia Sassen: The Savage Sorting: Emergent Predatory Logics – Martin Belov: Globalisation, Crisis of Territoriality, and their Effects on the Constitutional Principles – Mate Paksy: Justice, Territory, and National Minorities: Critical Assessments – Michele Saporiti: The Concept of Sovereignty and the Transnational Challenge of Global Religions. A Theoretical Framework – Anna Kalisz/Monika Zalewska: Hans Kelsen in a Multicentric (Legal) World – Aleksander Tsekov: The Constitutional Identity of the EU Member States as a Legal Limit to the Constitutionalisation of the European Integration – Christoph Good: Corporate Human Rights Initiatives - From International Law to Global Governance and Back? – Axelle Reiter: State Responsibility for Private Breaches of International Law and the Horizontal Application of Human Rights – Miklós Könczöl: Future-Related Interests: What and How to Represent? – Szilárd Tattay: Making Sense of a Nonsense: Representation of the «Rights» of Future Generations – Uroš Zdravković: Coverage and Application of the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism – Adam Szot: The Influence of European Court of Human Rights’ Jurisprudence on Public Administration Governance Processes.