Introduction: Exploring Transnational Administrative Rule-Making Olaf Dilling, Martin Herberg, and Gerd Winter Part I: Setting the Stage - Early Origins of Transnationalization 1. History of Transnational Administrative Networks Christian Tietje Part II: Emerging Procedures in Expert Committees 2. Thinking about Procedure: Understanding Legitimacy in EU Environmental Governance Networks Bettina Lange 3. Global Governance Networks in Action: the Development of Toxicological Test Methods at the OECD Martin Herberg Part III: Negotiation and Deliberation in Regulatory Committees 4. Transnational Regulatory Comitology: The Global Harmonisation of Chemicals Classification and Labelling Gerd Winter 5. The Codex Alimentarius Commission - A View from Practice Dieter Arnold 6. The Contribution of Global Administrative Law to Enhancing the Legitimacy of the Codex Alimentarius Commission Alexia Herwig Part IV: International Organisations: Institutional Dynamics and Member State Control 7. Autonomy or Adaptability? - Environmental Integration in the Word Bank Alexandra Lindenthal 8. The Openness of International Organizations for Transnational Public Rule-Making Stefan Oeter Part V: Regional Representation and Participation of Civil Society 9. Towards 'Open' Transnational Administrative Networks: Emerging Structural Features Karsten Nowrot 10. Transnational Governance Networks and Democracy: What are the Standards? Jens Steffek and Mariana Gomes Pereira 11. Developing Countries: Trapped in the Web of Sustainable Development Governance Joyeeta Gupta
Olaf Dilling is research associate at the Collaborative Research Center 'Transformations of the State' at Bremen University. Martin Herberg is senior research fellow at the Collaborative Research Center 'Transformations of the State', Bremen University. Gerd Winter is Professor of Public Law and the Sociology of Law at the University of Bremen Department of Law. He directs the Research Center for European Environmental Law as well as a section of the Collaborative Research Center 'Transformations of the State' at the same university.
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