1. Legalization Under the Premises of Globalization: Why and Where to Enforce Corporate Social Responsibility Codes
  2. Anna Beckers
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  1. A Treaty on Enforcing Human Rights Against Business: Closing the Loophole or Getting Stuck in a Loop?
  2. Pierre Thielbörger, Tobias Ackermann
  3. pp. 43-79
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  1. Corporate Codes in the Varieties of Capitalism: How Their Enforcement Depends on the Differences Among Production Regimes
  2. Gunther Teubner
  3. pp. 81-97
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  1. Enforcing Corporate Social Responsibility Codes Under Private Law: On the Disciplining Power of Legal Doctrine
  2. Jan M. Smits
  3. pp. 99-113
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  1. Pitfalls of Over-Legalization: When the Law Crowds Out and Spills Over
  2. Mark T. Kawakami
  3. pp. 147-179
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  1. Corporate Codes as Private Co-Regulatory Instruments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility and Their Enforcement
  2. Jan Eijsbouts
  3. pp. 181-205
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  1. Fading Extraterritoriality and Isolationism? Developments in the United States: The 2016 Earl A. Snyder Lecture
  2. Austen L. Parrish
  3. pp. 207-225
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  1. Irreconcilable Principles: Minority Rights, Immigration, and a Religious State
  2. Abigael C. Bosch
  3. pp. 253-275
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  1. The Death of OPEC?: The Displacement of Saudi Arabia as the World's Swing Producer and the Futility of an Output Freeze
  2. Christopher Hanewald
  3. pp. 277-308
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  1. Security Council Resolution 2178 (2014): An Ineffective Response to the Foreign Terrorist Fighter Phenomenon
  2. Cory Kopitzke
  3. pp. 309-341
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