2 edition of Regulation of transnational communications. found in the catalog.
Regulation of transnational communications.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Series||Michigan yearbook of international legal studies ;, 1984|
|LC Classifications||K13 .I36 1984, K4305.6 .I36 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 411 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||84009223|
Theories of Transnational Corporations, Environment and Development A review of the four dominant perspectives By Michael W. Hansen1 I. Introduction One of the most important economic links between countries is that provided by the transnational corporation (TNC). The estima TNCs world-wide each year invest more. Transnationalism, economic, political, and cultural processes that extend beyond the boundaries of nation-states. The concept of transnationalism suggests a weakening of the control a nation-state has over its borders, inhabitants, and territory. Increased immigration to developed countries in.
The variety, pace, and power of technological innovations that have emerged in the 21st Century have been breathtaking. These technological developments, which include advances in networked information and communications, biotechnology, neurotechnology, nanotechnology, robotics, and environmental engineering technology, have raised a number of vital and complex questions. Transnational corporations (TNCs) increasingly shape our lives as they weave worldwide webs of production, consumption, finance, and culture. Their ability to undermine or avoid government regulation and their rising strength relative to national governments have sparked citizen concern across the planet.
Basically, transnational literature spans border and blurs the lines. Great Transnational Literature For those people who wonder where they belong or perhaps have left their home countries, returned home and then question why it is not the same, the transnational literature definitely offers some answers and help. Ardia, David S. Fedders, Barbara A. Krause, Joan H. Rowland, Stacey L. Bennardo, Kevin: Gasaway, Laura N. Lau, Holning: Sabbeth, Kathryn A. Bishop, Kimberly C.
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Given the context of the deepening globalization of the corporate world, it is also increasingly a transnational phenomenon. In terms of the content of regulation the book shows an increasing reliance on the application of market mechanisms and a tendency for corporations themselves to become by: Through the application of public opinion, interview, and print-media analyses, this book provides evidence that the state of transnational identification among citizens in the EU as a result of Author: Dennis Nguyen.
"transnational." Thus, a transnational interaction may involve governments, but it may not involve only governments: Nongovernmental actors must also play a significant role. We speak of transnational communication, transporta- tion, finance, and travel when we refer to nongovernmental or only partially.
Today the problem seems not to be the impossibility of unilateral regulation. The problem seems to be the opposite one of too much unilateral regulation by too many nations.
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Sandra M. Oliveris a corporate communication academic at Thames Valley University. These Regulations implement Council Directive 97/74/EC (O.J. L10,p). That Directive extends to the United Kingdom Directive 94/45/EC on the establishment of a European Works Council or a procedure in Community-scale undertakings or Community-scale groups of undertakings for the purposes of informing and consulting employees (O.J.
L,p). The networked (agency) regulation of competition Imelda Maher Trust, culture and the limits of management-based. In this book, you have essays about a work and world of literature that exists only in the imagination of Borges. There is a transnational quality to Borges’s writing.
He has references rooted in Europe, Africa and Asia in a way that is so audacious as to be unprecedented. Exploring areas ranging from climate change to derivatives trading, and in industry sectors from agriculture to sports, this interdisciplinary book presents new empirical research, theory and practical insight into this question from 22 leading and emerging scholars of transnational regulatory governance.
Through analysis of selected transnational regulatory processes, the book identifies argumentative and negotiation strategies that led to agreement on BHR despite conflicting interests across public, private and not-for-profit (NGO) stakeholders, and develops insights for future multi-stakeholder sustainability regulation, focusing both on the.
Transnational Marketing and Transnational Consumers. this book came from studies on transnational migration, governance procedures and regulations, and transnational private regulation.
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regulatory integration. Governments often lack the capacity to enforce transnational regulations as well as monitor and manage their developmental effects (Stiglitz and CharltonIsmail, ).
Transnational rules might impose prohibitive costs on public and private actors, drawing resources from other development budgets. Brunswick NJ: Transaction Books.
Siebert, F., Schramm, W. and Peterson T. () Four Theories of the Press. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press. Winseck, D. () `Wired cities and transnational communications: new forms of governance for telecommunications and the new media' in Lievrouw, L.
and Livingstone, S. Union law, the law of the World Trade Organization, private self-regulation in transnational industries, and transnational corporate governance codes or principles.
Equally available for consideration is a mass of regulation (guidelines, standards, norms. Get this from a library. Report of the review of the regulation of access to communications. [Tony Blunn; Australia. Attorney-General's Department.] -- Terms of Reference: To review the policy options for the regulation of access to telecommunications with particular emphasis on new and emerging technologies; having particular regard to: protecting.
Abstract. Is it important to conceptualize transnational law and ‘map’ it as a new legal field? This essay suggests that to do so might help both juristic practice and socio-legal scholarship by making it possible to organize, link and compare what often appear as very disparate and problematic, but increasingly significant, types of regulation.As those examples suggest, a transnational world is not about the disappearance of rules and order.
Rather, what appears striking about our times is the increasing scope and breadth of regulatory and governance activities of all kinds.
The present world has been described as a “golden era of regulation” (Levi-Faur and Jordana ).project Transnational Private Regulation: Constitutional Foundations and Governance Design. 2.
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