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Regulatory Networks and Global Governance.

@inproceedings{Picciotto2006RegulatoryNA,
  title={Regulatory Networks and Global Governance.},
  author={Salomone Picciotto},
  year={2006}
}
  • Salomone Picciotto
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • There has not been a retreat but a transformation of the state, involving significant changes in both the public sphere of politics and the so-called private sphere of economic activity, and in their modes of interaction, especially law. The privatization of state-owned assets and the reduction of direct state economic intervention have not led to a reduced role of the state but to changes in its form, involving new types of formalized regulation, the fragmentation of the public sphere, the… CONTINUE READING
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