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Graz, J-Ch and Nölke, A. (edited by) 2008, Transnational Private Governance and its Limits, Routledge/ECPR Studies in European Political Science, Taylor & Francis, Inc

Hall, R-B and Biersteker T. J. (edited by) 2002: the Emergence of Private Authority in Global Governance, Cambridge University Press.

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Haufler, V., 2001, Public Role for the Private Sector: Industry Self-Regulation in a Global Economy, Brookings Institution.

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Susan K. SELL: Director, Institute for Global and International Studies; Professor of Political Science and International Affairs: The Elliot School of International Affairs: The George Washington University: > SELL, Susan, 2003, Private Power, Public Law: The Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights, Cambridge University Press > Avant, D.D., Finnemore, M., and Susan K. Sell, 2010, Who Governs the Globe?, Cambridge University Press > Susan Sell and Christopher May, 2006, Intellectual Property Rights: A Critical History, Lynne Rienner Publishers


Arts Bas: Professor at the Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Group at Wageningen University and Research Centre, the Netherlands: governance in forest and biodiversity policies, new modes of governance, natural resources management: > >

Biermann Frank: Professor of Political Science and Professor of Environmental Policy Sciences. Head, Department of Environmental Policy Analysis; IVM Institute for Environmental Studies at the VU University Amsterdam: Biermann, Frank, Philipp Pattberg and Fariborz Zelli (editors), 2010, Global Climate Governance beyond 2012. Architecture, Agency and Adaptation, Cambridge University Press: >

Cashore Benjamin: Professor, Environmental Governance & Political Science; Director of the Governance, Environment, and Markets Initiative at Yale (GEM) and Director, Program on Forest Policy and Governance: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies:

EARTH System Governance: Research Centre Amsterdam, Research Centre Australia, Research Centre Chiang Mai, Research Centre Colorado, Research Centre Lund, Research Centre Oldenburg, Research Centre Stockholm, Research Centre Tokyo: Earth System Governance Project: Office: IHDP Secretariat (UNU-IHDP) Bonn-Germany:

EARTH Institute, Columbia University: Research themes: Climate and Society, Water, Energy, Urbanization, Hazards and Risk, Global Health, Poverty, Food Ecology and Nutrition, Ecosystems Health and Monitoring:

Ivanova Maria: Assistant Professor at the College of William & Mary; Director of the Global Environmental Governance-(GEG) Project at the Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy; Co-Director of the Center for Governance and Sustainability, UMASS Boston-University of Massachusetts: > > > >

Pattberg Philipp: Associate Professor for Transnational Environmental Governance at the Institute for Environmental Studies-IVM of the VU University Amsterdam; Management Committee Chair of the European COST Action “The Transformation of Global Environmental Governance"; Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science, University Amsterdam; Deputy-Director and research coordinator of the international Global Governance Project: > > Philipp Pattberg: Earth System Governance research: > Pattberg Philippe, 2007, Private Institutions and Global Governance. The New Politics of Environmental Sustainability, Edward Elgar publishing >

Zondervan Ruben: Executive Director Earth System Governance Project, International Project Office hosted by Lund University-Sweden: > > Executive Officer of the Earth System Governance Project: >!/rzondervan


CALLIESS Gralft-Peter: Calliess, Gralf-Peter, 2001, Lex Mercatoria: A Reflexive Law Guide To An Autonomous Legal System: ; Calliess, Gralf-Peter, 2002, Reflexive Transnational Law: The Privatisation of Civil Law and the Civilisation of Private Law, 23 Zeitschrift für Rechtssoziologie 185 ; Calliess, Gralf-Peter and Renner, Moritz, 2009, Between Law and Social Norms:The Evolution of Global Governance 22(2) Ratio Juris 260.

CCCL: Center for Climate Change Law: Climate Law Blog: LexisNexis Communities, Environmental Law & Climate Change Community: Columbia Law School: Columbia University, New York: > > >

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Duke Law: Center for International & Comparative Law: The Law and Politics of International Delegation, February 16th and 17th 2007: Sponsored by the Center for International and Comparative Law and the Program in Public Law at Duke Law School: papers: > Global Law Workshop:

Dyzenhaus, D, 2005, the Rule of (Administrative) Law in International Law, Vol. 68:127: Journal: Law and Contemporary Problems, Duke Law, Duke University: > >

GAL Global Administrative Law Network: the Institute for International Law and Justice-IILJ, New York University School of Law: Global: the GAL Network support, International Development Research Centre-IDRC of Canada, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York: > > > > > > >

Joerges, Ch., Sand, I-J, and Teubner, G., (edited by), 2004, Transnational Governance and Constitutionalism, Hart Publishing

Kingsbury, B., Krisch, N., Stewart, R., B., Wiener, J., B., Special Editors, the Emergence of Global Administrative Law, Volume 68, Summer/Autumn 2005, Numbers 3&4: Law and Contemporary Problems, Duke Law, Duke University: > >

Ku, Ch. 2011, International Law, International Relations and Global Governance, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

Robalino-Orellana, J., Arana-Muñoz, J-R., (edited by) 2010, Global Administrative Law, Towards a Lex Administrativa, CMP Publishing Ltd

Sell S. K. 2003, Private Power, Public Law, The Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights Cambridge Studies in International Relations > The Elliott School of International Affairs: The George Washington University: Washington DC: The Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights: Susan K. Sell: Professor of Political Sciences and International Affairs; Director, Institute for Global and International Studies:

Triantafillou Peter and Sorensen Eva, 2009, the Politics of Self-Governance, Ashgate Publishing.

TRANSTATE: Transformation of the State: Collaborative Research Center 597 “Transformations of the State”: funded by the German Research Foundation:, was set up at the University of Bremen and Jacobs University Bremen in January 2003: First phase of research at TranState (2003-2006), second phase of research at TranState (2007-2010), third phase of research at TranState (2011-2014): > > >

ZERP: Centre of European Law and Politics: Universität Bremen: Projects: European Law and Politics as Transnational Constitutional Politics: ZERP is an interdisciplinary research Institute, established as a foundation in 1982 by the Senate of the “Freie Hansestadt Bremen”: Universität Bremen, Germany: >

Zumbansen, Peer > Professor of Law; Canada Research Chair in Transnational Economic Governance and Legal Theory, Osgoode Hall Law School-York University; Director at Critical Research Laboratory in Law & Society: Co-Director, European Union Centre of Excellence, York University: > > > > German Law Journal: Co-Founder & Co-editor in Chief, Peer Zumbansen (with Russell Miller); SSRN Author page, Zumbansen, Peer; CLPE Research Paper Series, Founder & Co-Editor in Chief (with John W. Cioffi) SSRN Social Science Research Network: > Callies, G-P., Zumbansen, P.C., 2010, Rough Consensus and Running Code: A theory of Transnational Private Law, Hart Publishing.


Global Law > From Government to Governance > Self Governance > Business Power > Non-State Authority / Private Business Authority > Non-Nation-State Actors: NNSAs > Non-State Actors > Non-State Policy Making > Non-State Regulation > Non- State Global Governance > Non-State Certification Systems > Self Regulatory Institutions/Systems > Law without State > Governance without Government > Global Public Goods > Global Health Governance > Global Energy Governance > Global Environmental Governance > Global Water Governance, Heere, W., P., (editor), 2004, From Government to governance: The Growing Impact of Non-State Actors on the International and European Legal System, Cambridge University Press.

Noortmann, M., 2010, Non-State Actor Dynamics in International Law: From Law-takers to Law-makers, Ashgate Publishing Limited.

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Rosenau, J., N., and Czempiel, E-O., (edited by), 2000, Governance without Government: Order and Change in World Politics, Cambridge Studies in International Relations, Cambridge University Press.

Teubner, G. (editor), 1997, Global Law without a State, Aldershot, Dartmouth

van Schooten, H. and Verschuuren, J., (edited by), 2008, International Governance and Law: State Regulations and Non-State Law, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

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