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The Law of Global Governance

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<a href=http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/books/9789004279124>Also available as an e-book</a><br/><br/>The book argues that the decision-making processes within international organizations and other global governance bodies ought to be subjected<br/>to procedural and substantive legal constraints that are associated domestically with the requirements of the rule of law. The book explains<br/>why law — international, regional, domestic, formal or soft — should restrain global actors in the same way that judicial oversight is applied<br/>to domestic administrative agencies. It outlines the emerging web of global norms designed to protect the rights and interests of all affected<br/>individuals, to enable public deliberation, and to promote the legitimacy of the global bodies. These norms are being shaped by a growing<br/>convergence of expectations of global institutions to ensure public participation and representation, impartiality and independence of<br/>decision-makers, and accountability of decisions. The book explores these mechanisms as well as the political and social forces that are<br/>shaping their development by analysing the emerging judicial practice concerning a variety of institutions, ranging from the UN Security<br/>Council and other formal organizations to informal and private standard-setting bodies.

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