1. Self-Constitutionalizing TNCs?: On the Linkage of "Private" and "Public" Corporate Codes of Conduct
  2. Gunther Teubner
  3. pp. 617-638
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  1. The Coevolution of Transnational Corporations and Institutions
  2. Sarianna M. Lundan
  3. pp. 639-663
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  1. The Transnational Law Market, Regulatory Competition, and Transnational Corporations
  2. Horst Eidenmüller
  3. pp. 707-749
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  1. Transnational Corporations as Steering Subjects in International Economic Law: Two Competing Visions of the Future?
  2. Karsten Nowrot
  3. pp. 803-842
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  1. Transnational Corporations, Global Competition Policy, and the Shortcomings of Private International Law
  2. Gralf-Peter Calliess, Jens Mertens
  3. pp. 843-872
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  1. Money Can't Buy You Law: The Effects of Foreign Aid on the Rule of Law in Developing Countries
  2. Katherine Erbeznik
  3. pp. 873-900
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  1. International Drug Trafficking: A Global Problem with a Domestic Solution
  2. Matthew S. Jenner
  3. pp. 901-927
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  1. Obstacles to Accessing the State Justice System in Rural Afghanistan
  2. Kara Jensen
  3. pp. 929-950
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  1. Utopian Justice: A Review of Global Justice, A Cosmopolitan Account by Gillian Brock
  2. Katelyn Miner
  3. pp. 951-959
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  1. A Review of Constitutional Theocracy by Ran Hirschl
  2. Sadia Saeed
  3. pp. 961-964
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  1. Introduction: Transnational Corporations Revisited
  2. Gralf-Peter Calliess
  3. pp. 601-616
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