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Framing Convergence with the Global Legal Order

The EU and the World

Editor(s): Elaine Fahey
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Published: 01-10-2020
Format: EPUB eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 256
ISBN: 9781509934386
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Modern Studies in European Law
RRP: £91.80
Online price : £82.62
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About Framing Convergence with the Global Legal Order

This interdisciplinary book explores the concept of convergence of the EU in the global legal order. It captures the actions, law-making and practice of the EU as a cutting-edge actor in the world promoting convergence 'against the grain'. In a dynamic 'twist' the book uses methodology to reflect upon some of the most changing dimensions of current global affairs.

Questions explored include: who and what are the subjects and objects of convergence as to the EU and the world? How do 'court-centric' and less 'court-centric' approaches differ? Can we use political science and international relations as 'service tools'?

Four key themes are probed:
- framing EU convergence
- global trade against convergence
- the EU as the exceptional internationalist
- and framing convergence through methodology

Table Of Contents

Foreword: Anu Bradford, Columbia Law School
Elaine Fahey, City Law School
Introduction: Framing EU Convergence with the World

Section I. Framing EU Global Convergence1. Frank Hoffmeister, European Commission
The EU's Free Trade and Investment Agreements: Setting Global Standards
2. Jed Odermatt, City Law School
EU Unilateralism
3. Machiko Kanetake, University of Utrecht
Convergence and Divergence in the EU's Dual-Use Export Control
4. Mauro Gatti, University of Bologna
Flexible internationalists: The EU and its Member States vs Investment Dispute Settlement Mechanisms
5. Michelle Egan, American University, DC
Epilogue: EU Global and Regional Convergence

Section II. A Global Order against Convergence?
6. Fernanda Nicola, Washington College of Law, American University, DC
Local and cultural resistance to global convergence
7. David Henig, European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE)
EU and US regulatory coherence in TTIP - similarities and differences
8. Paul James Cardwell, University of Strathclyde and Ramses Wessel, University of Groningen
EU External Relations and International Law: Divergence on Questions of 'Territory'?
9. Juan Santos Vara and Laura Pascual Matellán,University of Salamanca
The Global Compact on Migration: convergence or divergence with EU policies?
10. Magdalena Forowicz, University of Geneva
The contribution of EU law to international responsibility mechanisms
11. Gabriel Siles-Brügge, University of Warwick
Epilogue: Europe and the International Political Economy
Section III. When is EU law and policy more 'Inside-out' than 'outside-in'?12. Kornilia Pipidi-Kaligorou, University of Speyer
Legalisation, EU Regulatory Cooperation and Convergence
13. Jeff Kenner and Aakriti Bhardwaj, University of Nottingham
Global Governance and EU Labour Standards
14. Enrico Partiti, Tilburg Law School
EU Convergence through global value chains regulation and private standards
15. Francesco Pennesi, Erasmus Law School Rotterdam
The EU Equivalence Regime as a Mechanism of Convergence: Financial regulation and EU law
16. Isabella Mancini, City Law School
'A Deep Trade Agenda': The convergence of trade and Fundamental Rights

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