1. Editors' Note
  2. Allison Scarlott
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. The Status of Authority in the Globalizing Economy: Beyond the Public/Private Distinction
  2. Eva Hartmann, Poul F. Kjaer
  3. pp. 3-11
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  1. From the Private to the Public to the Private? Historicizing the Evolution of Public and Private Authority
  2. Poul F. Kjaer
  3. pp. 13-36
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  1. Private International Law's Shadow Contribution to the Question of Informal Transnational Authority
  2. Horatia Muir Watt
  3. pp. 37-60
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  1. The Judicialization of Private Transnational Power and Authority
  2. A. Claire Cutler
  3. pp. 61-95
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  1. Shifting Between Public and Private: The Reconfiguration of Global Environmental Regulation
  2. Orr Karassin, Oren Perez
  3. pp. 97-129
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  1. Policing Corruption Post-and Pre-Crime: Collective Action and Private Authority in the Maritime Industry
  2. Hans Krause Hansen
  3. pp. 131-156
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  1. Digital Weberianism: Bureaucracy, Information, and the Techno-rationality of Neoliberal Capitalism
  2. Chris Muellerleile, Susan L. Robertson
  3. pp. 187-216
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  1. Transnational Private Authority in the Sphere of Education
  2. Eva Hartmann
  3. pp. 217-232
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  1. Behind the Cloak of Corporate Social Responsibility: Safeguards for Private Participation within Institutional Design
  2. Fenner L. Stewart
  3. pp. 233-264
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  1. The Politics of Legal Arrangements: The "Duty of Care," Justifying, Extending, and Perpetuating the Public-in-the-Private Forms of Protection
  2. Anna Leander
  3. pp. 265-289
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  1. Efficiency or Power? The Rise of the Shareholder-oriented Joint Stock Corporation
  2. Paddy Ireland
  3. pp. 291-330
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  1. Public and Private Authority in a Global Setting: The Example of Sovereign Debt Restructuring
  2. Matthias Goldmann
  3. pp. 331-363
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  1. Regulatory Cooperation in International Trade and Its Transformative Effects on Executive Power
  2. Elizabeth Trujillo
  3. pp. 365-412
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  1. "Dignity in Living and in Dying": The Henry H. H. Remak Memorial Lecture
  2. Emeritus George P. Smith II
  3. pp. 413-438
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  1. Circumvention Medical Tourism and Cutting Edge Medicine: The Case of Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy
  2. Glenn Cohen
  3. pp. 439-462
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  1. Islam's (In)compatibility with the West?: Dress Code Restrictions in the Age of Feminism
  2. Lisa M. La Fornara
  3. pp. 463-494
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  1. The Globalization of United States Debt: The Real Impact of China's Rise as a Creditor State
  2. Michael R. Myers
  3. pp. 495-511
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  1. After the European Commission Ordered Apple to Pay Back Taxes to Ireland: Ireland's Future in the New Global Tax Environment
  2. Boyu Wang
  3. pp. 539-564
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