National legal systems and globalization: New role, continuing relevance
Larouche, Pierre; Cserne, Péter
Péter Cserne P.Cserne@hull.ac.uk
This book sheds a new light on the fate of national legal systems in an era of globalization, with a more optimistic message than elsewhere in the literature This book was written by a team of experts in comparative law and law and economics, two perspectives which are rarely brought together This book also contains many practical studies, on the Draft Common Frame of Reference, the new civil codes of Central and Eastern Europe, EU electronic communications and energy regulation (both institutional and substantive), impact assessments, as well as the national and European judiciary
|Book Type||Edited Book|
|Publication Date||May 1, 2013|
|Book Title||National Legal Systems and Globalization: New Role, Continuing Relevance|
|APA6 Citation||P. Larouche, & P. Cserne (Eds.), (2013). National legal systems and globalization: New role, continuing relevance. doi:10.1007/978-90-6704-885-9|
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