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eBook Global Business Regulation ePub

by Peter Drahos,John Braithwaite

  • ISBN: 0521780330
  • Category: International
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Peter Drahos,John Braithwaite
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 13, 2000)
  • Pages: 722
  • ePub book: 1451 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1640 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 917

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Some of the answer provided by John Braithwaite and Peter Drahos m the1r m~nt.

Some of the answer provided by John Braithwaite and Peter Drahos m the1r m~nt. tmental volume, Global Business Regulation, deserves a mixture of respect, apprec~atwn, and trepidation: ten years, over five hundred interviews and a final text 629 P~ges in length. Peacebuilding Compared is led by John Braithwaite, who drives all fieldwork in collaboration with more expert co-authors and PhD scholars, usually citizens of the wartorn society. For more information on Peacebuilding Compared, see here. The project integrates my life work because crime prevention, especially organizational crime prevention, and business regulation turn out to be critical pieces of peacebuilding.

He is the Director of the Centre for Governance of Knowledge and Development and was formerly the Head of Program of the Regulatory Institutions Network at the Australian National University

John Braithwaite, Peter Drahos. Cambridge University Press, 13 февр. This book will become a standard reference for readers in business, law, politics and international relations.

John Braithwaite, Peter Drahos. Across an amazing sweep of the critical areas of business regulation - from contract, intellectual property and corporations law, to trade, telecommunications, labour standards, drugs, food, transport and environment - this book confronts the question of how the regulation of business has shifted from national to global institutions.

Information Feudalism. The book on the globalization of regulation was published in 2000 under the title of Global Business Regulation

Information Feudalism. The book on the globalization of regulation was published in 2000 under the title of Global Business Regulation. The writing of it drew on more than five years’ work in the field, during which time more than 500 key informants were interviewed, all of them by the authors, most by both together. This current book also draws on that data, in addition to which some further interviews were conducted, some as late as 2001.

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Some of the answer provided by John Braithwaite and Peter Drahos in their monumental volume, Global Business Regulation, deserves a mixture of respect, appreciation, and trepidation: ten years, over five hundred interviews, and a final text 629 pages in length. Yet, in other respects, their experience provides some reassurances. English was nearly universal, for example, and much of the story of globalization remained concentrated in relatively few places – the power centers of the United States and Europe.

Braithwaite and drahos and global business regulation. Drahos: A good example of a very powerful person who wanted to tell his story is Jack Valenti. At that time he was the single most powerful lobbyist in Washington. sorts of interesting theoretical insights, both m the mtervtews that connect to that regime and in the books and articles that conn ect to that regime. They're all in this big pile together. And of course when we were writing up there was an "actors" subpl·1e, th en a "mechanism" subpile, a "principles" subpile.

How has the regulation of business shifted from national to global institutions? What are the mechanisms of globalization?

Across an amazing sweep of the critical areas of business regulation - from contract, intellectual property and corporations law, to trade, telecommunications, labour standards, drugs, food, transport and environment - this book confronts the question of how the regulation of business has shifted from national to global institutions.

Braithwaite, John; Drahos, Peter, 1955 .

Braithwaite, John; Drahos, Peter, 1955-.

In showing how, Global Business Regulation is a guidebook for how individuals and smaller organisations can .

In showing how, Global Business Regulation is a guidebook for how individuals and smaller organisations can prevail over more influential corporations in the world system. The authors show how active world citizenship can have practical meaning.

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How has the regulation of business shifted from national to global institutions? What are the mechanisms of globalization? Who are the key actors? What of democratic sovereignty? In which cases has globalization been successfully resisted? These questions are confronted across an amazing sweep of the critical areas of business regulation--from contract, intellectual property and corporations law, to trade, telecommunications, labor standards, drugs, food, transport and environment. This book examines the role played by global institutions such as the World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, the OECD, IMF, Moodys and the World Bank, as well as various NGOs and significant individuals. Incorporating both history and analysis, Global Business Regulation will become the standard reference for readers in business, law, politics, and international relations.

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Zeks Horde Zeks Horde
Not really for me
Erennge Erennge
This book adds to the already overflowing subject of globalisation, but giving a distinctly unique edge by looking at it with regards to regulatory issues.
The style is largely academic and the book works better as a "tool-kit" rather than a text that would be read from cover to cover. This is acknowledged by the authors who recommend which parts are most pertinent, given the areas that the reader is most interested in. The structure of the book aids this approach as it is hevaily broken down into sections: an introduction, a look at relevant cases and analysis of those cases.
The cases are most interesting, with a wide variety of subject areas covered from drugs to transportation. Each subject has been researched deeply by the authors who carried out many interviews with important actors in the world of global business regulation before writing the book, and they give interesting and thought provoking accounts.
Overall, the book is probably the best in its field but the size can be a little daunting and the amount of material which the authors cover. Unless the reader has a specific interest in this field and can just use this book as a refernce, it can seem a little laboured and boring.