4 edition of Legal Polycentricity found in the catalog.
by Dartmouth Publishing Group
Written in English
|Contributions||Hanne Petersen (Editor), Henrik Zahle (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||245|
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In the book Polycentricity: The Multiple Scenes of Law, edited by Ari Hirvonen, collected essays written by scholars involved with the project.  Professor Randy Barnett, who originally wrote about "non-monopolistic" law, later used the phrase "polycentric legal order".
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Get this from a library. Legal polycentricity: consequences of pluralism in law. [Hanne Petersen; Henrik Zahle;] -- "Legal Polycentricity introduces the discussion on the many forms and centres of law creation to legal theory and jurisprudence. Neither the national state nor supra-national institutions have a.
The concept of polycentricity (tentatively deﬁned as a social system of many decision centers having limited and autonomous prerogatives and operating under an overarching set of rules) was ﬁrst envisaged by Michael Polanyi () in his book The Logic of Liberty.
From there it diffused to law studies, thanks to Lon Fuller () and others File Size: KB. Polycentricity in the European Union; Polycentricity in the European Union. Polycentricity in the European Union.
This book is premised on the idea that polycentric governance, developed by Vincent and Elinor Ostrom, is a fruitful place to start for addressing this challenge. 5 - Polycentricity and the Internal Market pp This book takes the themes of the jurisprudential movement of legal polycentricity and applies them to international law.
It focuses on the civilization of diversity and uncovers the non-universality of law and a pluralism of : - Buy Legal Polycentricity and International Law book online at best prices in india on Read Legal Polycentricity and International Law book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Surya Prakash Sinha.
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It has been accepted for inclusion in "Review of Legal Polycentricity and International Law."Virginia Journal of International no.4 (): HeinOnline -- 36 Va. Int’l L. Cited by: 1. Polycentric is an English adjective, meaning "having more than one center," derived from the Greek words polús ("many") and kentrikós ("center").Polycentricism (or polycentricity) is the abstract noun formed from may refer to: In law, polycentric law is a legal structure in which providers of legal systems compete or overlap in a given jurisdiction.
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen founded in - top university. Sluiten. Menu en zoeken; Contact; My University; Student PortalCited by: The key changes identified in the legal field include: the shift toward marketized regulatory structures as reflected in privatization and deregulation, the attenuation of welfare rights, the privatization of justice, legal polycentricity, the reconfiguration of the welfare state’s social citizenship and.
Abstract. This article is a review of two books focused on anti-colonialism. The first book, Legal Polycentricity, validates two contradictory arguments: first, that international law’s universality approach must be replaced with an acceptance of moral pluralism, and, second, that the great benefit of international law is that it is by: For the purposes of this research guide, "law and society" represents the intersection between societal development, norms, and practices and the roles and functions of law and legal is multidisciplinary in nature, and may involve various research approaches and methodologies that are found in social and behavioral science disciplines, including sociology, psychology Author: Jennifer Allison.
A further publication on polycentric governance and the EU: "Professor Josephine VAN ZEBEN, Dr Ana BOBIC and the other contributors to the book "Polycentricity in the EU" propose that the idea of polycentric governance, i.e., the presence of many centers of autonomous decision-making, is a fruitful place to start taking-up this challenge."Followers: legal pluralism, legal systems, state law, non-state law Citation Ralf Michaels, Book Review, 47 Law & Society Review () (reviewing Legal Pluralism and Development: Scholars and Practitioners in Dialogue (Brian Z.
Tamanaha eds. et al, )). The recent popularity of legal pluralism has now reached the area of European private law. In this paper Michaels scrutinizes the concepts of legal pluralism used by three of its most prominent proponents: Pierre Legrand, Jan Smits, and Thomas Wilhelmsson.
He does not offer fully-fledged criticism of their theories (each of which are among the most fascinating and helpful in the European Cited by: 1. Legal pluralism: an introduction to colonial and neo-colonial laws. Hooker. Clarendon Press, - Language Arts & Disciplines - pages.
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Since Septem Included by: 1. But many say that social rights should not be legal rights because they would require judges to adjudicate polycentric disputes. This article suggests we need to reconsider this objection. It shows how polycentricity is a pervasive feature of adjudication, discussing a number of examples but choosing to focus principally on an area that is Cited by:.
Skip to main content. MENU. Search Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; EditorsAuthor: Martha-Marie Kleinhans.Polycentric definition is - having more than one center (as of development or control): such as. How to use polycentric in a sentence.Islamic legal systems operate in multiple and sometimes discontinuous ways.
Usage of the singular term ‘Islamic law’ should not be understood as suggesting the absence of legal polycentricity (multiple groups and institutions generate Islamic law) or legal pluralism (within Islamic societies, since Islamic and non-Islamic legal systems.