- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- The Relevance of Private International Law to the Global Governance Debate
- 1 Comparative Law as Resistance
- 2 Private v Private
- 3 Post-critical Private International Law
- 4 Global Land Grabbing
- 5 The Governance Implications of Comparative Legal Thinking
- 6 Private Adjudication Without Precedent?
- 7 The Merchant Who Would Not Be King
- 8 Balancing the Public and the Private in International Investment Law
- 9 A Pragmatic Approach to Global Law
- 10 Rules of Recognition
- 11 The Extraterritorial Application of Access to Justice Rights
- 12 Variable Geometry, Peer Governance, and the Public International Perspective on Private International Law
- 13 The Constitution of the Conflict of Laws
- 14 Importing Proportionality to the Conflict of Laws
- 15 Financial Stability as a Global Public Good and Private International Law as an Instrument for its Transnational Governance—Some Basic Thoughts
- 16 Can Private International Law Contribute to Global Migration Governance?
- 17 Political Recognition and Transnational Law
- 18 Future Directions?
- Private International Law and Global Governance
- Oxford University Press
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