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International Law by Other Means: The Twilight Existence of International Financial Regulatory Organizations
DAVID ZARING^ I. INTRODUCTION This article seeks to shed light on a major question of international law by examining a narrowly defined group of participants in international life. The question is,Expand
Networking Goes International: An Update
▪ Abstract This literature review asks three questions of the scholarship on the regulatory networks that have so transformed global governance. First, what are these networks good for? We summarizeExpand
Regulatory Networks: Power, Legitimacy, and Compliance
This paper offers a scholarly review of the international relations and international law literature on regulatory networks. Although generalizations are necessarily imprecise, we suggest that theExpand
International Institutional Performance in Crisis
The global financial crisis was a challenge to three of the most promising, and seemingly effective, institutions of international law - the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund,Expand
Against Being Against the Revolving Door
The revolving door between jobs in the public and private sector supposedly incentivizes government regulators to regulate on behalf of the industry interests for whom they will eventually work. ItExpand
The Use of Foreign Decisions by Federal Courts: An Empirical Analysis
This article adds an empirical perspective to the debate over the use of foreign authority by federal courts. It surveys sixty years of federal court practice in citing opinions from foreign highExpand
Finding Legal Principle in Global Financial Regulation
How does global financial regulation work? I propose six principles that organize its current practice: 1) a national treatment principle, 2) a most favored nation principle, 3) a preference forExpand
Informal Procedure, Hard and Soft, in International Administration
Informal international regulatory cooperation is changing into recognizable forms of international administration. This paper surveys some of those forms. The forms range from hard procedural law toExpand
Dueling Canons
This Article offers the first targeted study of the Supreme Court’s use of canons and other tools of statutory interpretation in a “dueling” manner—that is, in both the majority and dissentingExpand
Regulation by Deal: The Government's Response to the Financial Crisis
How should we understand the federal government's response to the financial crisis? The government's team, largely staffed by investment bankers, pushed the limits of its statutory authority toExpand