Why do transnational legal orders persist? The curious case of money-laundering controls

Terence Halliday, Peter Reuter, Michael Levi

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    Abstract

    Transnational legal orders (TLOs) proliferate. They offer solutions to economic, social, and political problems, ranging from business and financial regulation to climate change, from human rights to constitu- tion making. They come in many forms, rising and falling at different rates, and cooperating or conflicting as they come into contact with each other (Halliday and Shaffer 2015a; Shaffer, Ginsburg, and Halliday, in press). This chapter enquires into the case of one of the most comprehen- sive, far-reaching, most deeply penetrating, and most punitive of TLOs.It is so punitive that we suggest there is value in considering whether it points to a species of TLO that differs in kind from those hitherto identified in the literature on financial regulation, business, environ- mental, human rights, and constitution making.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationTransnational Legal Ordering of Criminal Justice
    Editors Gregory Shaffer, Ely Aaronson
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherCambridge University Press
    Pages51-83
    Edition1
    ISBN (Print)1108836585
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2020

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