First, the chapter introduces the concept of regimes to provide a way to understand this type of regulation and then describes how non-state actors interact with states. Then the chapter outlines why transnational non-state regulation emerges before turning to discuss how non-state actors draw on varying forms of authority to regulate. Third, the chapter explores the varying degrees of involvement states may have with transnational non-state regulatory regimes. The chapter then discusses the benefits and challenges of this type of regulation before providing a brief conclusion.
|Title of host publication||Regulatory Theory: Foundations And Applications|
|Place of Publication||Canberra, Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|