Type
Article
Titre
Private international law’s shadow contribution to the question of informal transnational authority
Dans
Indiana Journal of global Legal Studies
Éditeur
US
Volume
25
Numéro
1
Pages
37 - 60 p.
ISSN
10800727
Mots clés
Conflict of laws, Private international law, Jurisprudence
Résumé
EN
This contribution attempts to approach informal transnational authority through the lens of critical private international law. It subscribes to the underlying idea within this volume, according to which the workings of the highly complex dynamic between the public and the private are cardinal to understanding contemporary global shifts in transnational authority, placing the rise of informal transnational authority at its epicenter. Expressions of private authority in the global arena take place outside formal legal discourse. Capital expanding beyond state boundaries has organized its own forms of authority, which arbitrate, enforce and legitimize new processes and structures beyond the state. To understand the ways in which this has taken place, the methodological dimensions of private international law, which have been central to these processes, require closer scrutiny.

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