Transnational Regulation: Rough Consensus and Running Code

While practitioners have long considered the transnational sphere an anarchic Wild West, Rough Consensus and Running Code: A Theory of Transnational Private Law reveals elaborate regulatory foundations comprising both “hard” and “soft” law.

In the book, Peer Zumbansen–professor and Canada Research Chair in Transnational & Comparative Law of Corporate Governance at Osgoode Hall Law School–explores a range of online consumer transactions and corporate activities, developing an innovative transnational legal theory.

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