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作者 Colombi Ciacchi, A.L.B
書名 Law & Governance - Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide?
出版項 The Hague : Eleven International Publishing, 2013
©2013
國際標準書號 9789460949272 (electronic bk.)
9789462361034
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (327 pages)
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系列 Governance & Recht
Governance & Recht
附註 COVER -- TITLE PAGE -- Foreword -- Table of Contents -- Part 1. Public & Private Law -- Governance and the Public-Private Law Divide in the Netherlands -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Traditional View on the Public-Private Law Divide -- 2.1 The General Law Doctrine -- 2.2 The Mixed Law Doctrine -- 3. Another View on the Public-Private Law Divide -- 3.1 Introduction to the Modern Views -- 3.2. The Common Law Doctrine -- 3.3 The Fill-in Law Doctrine -- 4. Explanatory Factors -- 5. From Macro Level to Meso Level: the Governance-Sectors -- 5.1 The Multi-Layered Legal Structure of a Governance-Sector -- 5.2 The Public-Private Law Divide in a Governance-Sector -- 6. Summary and Conclusions -- The Hybrid Notary in a Split between Office and Enterprise -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Notary as a Civil Servant and an Entrepreneur -- 3. The Notary in the Market -- 3.1. Position of the Notary in Legal Transactions -- 3.2. The Choice of the Notary as Seen by the Client: Lack of Transparency -- 3.3. Dependence on Suppliers: Return Commission -- 3.4. Consequences of Market Forces -- 3.5. Market Forces and Deregulation are Mutually Exclusive: Who Will Sweep the Notarial Court Clean? -- 3.6. More Exposure to Market Forces: The Economic Perspective -- 4. Further Introduction of the Free Market is Accompanied by More Regulations -- 5. The Position of the Royal Netherlands Notarial Organisation: Should it Promote Members' Interests? -- 5.1. From a Private Law Association to a Public Order: The Difficult Relationship with the Members -- 5.2. The Principle of Legality and Representation: The Difference between the NOvA and the KNB -- 5.3. Restrictions on Powers of Regulation -- 5.4. European Dimension -- 6. Concluding Remarks -- Selznick on Governance Revisited,What Can We Learn from Early Legal Sociology? -- Introduction -- 1. Government or Governance
2. Selznick on Organizations -- 2.1 Government and Management -- 2.2 Private government -- 2.3 Private Government and the Rule of Law -- 2.4 Legal Change -- 3. Dutch New Governance Regimes -- 3.1 Supervisory Governance -- 3.2 The Social Housing Sector -- 3.3 The New Housing Corporation Act -- 3.4 Analysis -- 3.5 Governance in Dutch Law -- 4. Selznick revisited -- 4.1 The reduction of power -- 4.2 Supervisory Governance -- Part 2. Law & Regulation -- Competition Law and Private-SectorSustainability Initiatives -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Defining Sustainability -- 3. The Problem of European Competition Law and a Sustainable Society -- 3.1. A Concise Introduction to Competition Law in the Context of this Essay -- 3.2. Private Responsibility for Public Policy Goals and Competition Law -- 3.3. A Clash of Values -- 3.4 Great, but is there really a Problem? -- 4. Solutions -- 4.1. A Changing Interpretation of Competition Law: Balance is Everything -- 4.2. Legislation outside Competition Law -- 4.3. Who Gets to Decide? -- 5. The Road Forward -- Hybrid Regulation as a Legal Design Challenge -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Regulation -- 2.1 Control over or Attempted Alteration of Behaviour: Selznick & Black -- 2.2 A Designed Instrument - Brownsword & Somsen -- 2.3 Plurality of Definitions: Levi-Faur -- 2.4 This Contribution's Take -- 3. Design -- 3.1 Object of Design? -- 3.2 Design versus Making of Instruments -- 3.3 Evolution or Design? -- 3.4 Methodology of Regulatory Design? -- 4. Hybrid Regulation -- 4.1 Hybridity in Law -- 4.2 Hybridity Following Regulatory Modalities -- 4.3 Hybridity Following Regulatory Relations -- 5. Way forward: in Conclusion -- 5.1 Pure & Hybrid -- 5.2 The Design of Hybrids -- 5.3 Finally -- Standardization in Construction Law: An Example of Successful Decentring of Regulatory Governance? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Legitimacy
2.1 Democratic Legitimacy -- 2.2 Deliberative Quality -- 2.3 Legitimacy and Free Competition -- 2.4 Conclusion -- 3. Accessibility -- 3.1 The Knooble Story or 'Who Pays the Piper'? -- 3.2 Searching for Criteria for Burden-sharing -- 3.3 Accessibility and (no) Barriers to Trade -- 3.4 Conclusions -- 4. Concluding Remarks -- Part 3. Law & Technology -- How Technology Governance Mirrors the Relation between Law and Innovation: Transcending the Myth of Law's Stifling Innovation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Regulatory Governance and Technological Innovation: A Theoretical Reflection -- 3. Regulation and Innovation - the Porter Hypothesis Extended -- 4. Co-evolution Between Technological Development, Regulatoryand Organizational Innovation: The Case of Safety Testing of Cars in the United States -- 5. How Law Shapes Technology Innovation: the Case of Biological Products in the EU -- 6. How Regulatory Actors Responsively Shape Technology Innovation: the Case of Marketing Therapeutic Nanoproducts inthe EU -- 7. Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- Private Regulation in the Medical Devices Sector: Muddling through Administrative Constitutionalism to Improve the Quality and Safety ofMedical Devices on the European Market -- Summary -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Notified Bodies: The Gatekeepers for Medical Devices in Europe -- 3. Responsibilities of the Notified Bodies and manufacturers -- 4. Public Interference in the Regulation of Medical Devices -- 5. Conclusion -- The Dutch Administrative Law: Embedding of the Deliverance of Contra-Expertise -- 1. Arable Land or Permanent Pasture? -- 2. Limited Judicial Review of Statutory Regulations -- 3. Almost Unfettered Judicial Discretion -- 4. A Fair and Balanced Hearing -- 5. Law is Law: Procedural Justice -- Part 4. Governance & Legal Methodology -- Comparative Law and Governance: Towards a New Research Method
I The Need for Comparative Law and Governance Research in Europe -- II The New Role of Comparative Law in the European Union -- III Actual Shortcomings of Comparative Law Research in the European Union -- 1 Unjust Distribution of Research Efforts in Favour of the Richest and Most Famous Countries -- 2 The Fascination of Legislative Harmonisation -- 3 The Fascination of the Great Codifications -- 4 Law-In-The-Books versus Law in Action -- 5 The Challenging Impact of Fundamental and Human Rights -- 6 The Lack of Empirical Research -- IV Improving Comparative Legal Research in Europe: Three Suggestions -- 1 Translation Obligations -- 2 Comparative Law-And-Governance Research in European Networks -- 3 A New Questionnaire Method -- V Conclusion: Towards a New, Three-Dimensional Comparative Research Method -- Annex: Questionnaire 'Unfair Suretyships in Europe' -- Governance and Norms: An Interdisciplinary Approach of Good Governance -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Definitions: Government, Governance, Good Governance and Principles of Good Governance -- 3. Inaugural Speech on Good Governance and the Follow Up: Good Governance in Progress -- 4. Legal Discipline, Law and Justice -- Classical, Conceptual, and Instrumental Approach -- 5. Social Science Approaches: Qualitative Value Theory Based and Quantitative by Governability Measurement -- 6. Economic Approaches: Normative Economics, Good Governance and Economics, Public Economics: Mean or Aim? -- 7. Conclusions and Suggestions about an Interdisciplinary Approach of Good Governance -- Governance in Law: Charting Legal Intuition -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Is and Ought - Empirical and Normative Sciences -- 1.2 Objective -- 1.3 Outline -- 2. Law -- 2.1 Restating the Obvious -- 2.2 Legal Craftsmanship -- 2.2.1 Legal Relation -- 2.2.2 ORC-Grid -- 2.2.3 Sources of Law -- 2.2.4 If-then-syntax -- 2.3 Legal Research
2.3.1 Levels of Analysis -- 2.3.2. Aspects of Analysis -- 2.4 Sources of Rights and Obligations -- 2.5 Legal Actors -- 2.5.1 Four Powers -- 2.5.2 Creators of Individual Rights and Obligations -- 2.5.3 Creators of General Rules -- 2.6 Theory of Law -- 2.6.1 Function of Theory -- 2.6.2 System -- 2.6.3 Sovereignty -- 2.6.4 Rule of Law -- 2.6.5 Other Theories -- 2.7 COBRA-C Matrix -- 2.7.1 Levels and Aspects -- 2.7.2 The Art of Interpretation -- 2.7.3. Playing the Cobra -- 3. Governance -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Branch of Law -- 3.3 Theory of Law -- 3.4 System of Law -- 3.5 Governance -- 4. Reflection -- 4.1 Law and Social Science -- 4.2 Law and Governance -- References -- About the Authors -- Previously Published in the Governance & Recht Series
The Third Annual Conference of the Netherlands Institute for Law and Governance took place at Wageningen University on November 29, 2011. The conference was themed "Law & Governance - Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide?". A governance approach focuses on all institutions that pursue policy goals. During the conference, the main question discussed was what this approach means for legal research and legal practice. Is the distinction between public and private law still relevant? Can the governance approach enrich methodologies of legal research? Can this approach further new types of regulation, in which the market or civil society organizations have an important input and/or which require more technical expertise? This book examines both legal practice and legal research in order to learn from the examples of problems and approaches that fit the focus of governance
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Colombi Ciacchi, A.L.B. Law & Governance - Beyond the Public-Private Law Divide? The Hague : Eleven International Publishing,c2013 9789462361034
主題 Administrative law -- Europe -- Congresses.;Civil law -- Europe -- Congresses
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Alt Author Heldeweg, M.A
Meulen, B.M.J. van der
Neerhof, A.R
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