Edited by Catherine Brölmann and Yannick Radi
Chapter 3: Transnational lawmaking
AbstractTransnational lawmaking is a burgeoning field of research, both in its empirical and its theoretical aspects. This chapter is devoted largely to the theoretical dimensions of transnational law. The appearance and growth of new legal phenomena cannot be denied. From the European Union to transnational legal orders, new forms of legality are making their presence known and their impact felt. How, from a theoretical point of view, are we to make sense of these new phenomena? How are they to be theorized? Can they be theorized with existing theoretical tools or must new forms of theorizing be devised? These are the questions to which this chapter is devoted.
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