Regulatory scholars have written extensively on the intersection of regulation and law within domestic legal systems (for example, Parker et al. 2004; Freigang 2002). This chapter starts from the premise that rule of law projected transnationally is regulatory: it forms part of multilateral or bilateral policies designed to change the course of events in target states. In this chapter, we look at just two aspects of this phenomenon: 1) how rule of law norms are produced, exchanged and distributed by transnational actors in a global marketplace; and 2) the extent to which transnational rule of law actors are themselves subject to regulation.
|Title of host publication||Regulatory Theory: Foundations And Applications|
|Place of Publication||Canberra, Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|