|Faculty / Departement||Register by Units||Register by Projects||Register of researchers|
|Register by Collaborations||Ranking by Domains||Ranking by Frascati||Disciplines CREF|
The aim of this research program on global law and coregulation is to define a theoretical model of ''Law and Globalisation''. The Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy carried out comprehensive study on the new trans-national mechanisms used by global actors to challenge the limits of state's territoriality. A common reasoning - called the ''co-regulation'' paradigm - seems to command the regulation of issues such as environmental law, Internet regulation, labour law and corporate social responsibility. In that context, the Center is conducting various research programs, including a research on « Self-regulation and co-regulation of corporate social responsibility in Europe », sponsored by the European Commission. The co-regulation paradigm helps to explain both strategic and normative interactions as well as their regulation effects. Based on the results of theses previous research, the program ''Global law and co-regulation'' consists of an in-depth analysis of these interactions, in order to identify their characteristics and to understand their nature. The final results expected from the research are the drafting of a comprehensive theory on global law.
• Fonds associés (toutes subventions, y compris la Loterie Nat.)
• Région bruxelloise
• Autres U.E.