A Comparative Analysis of Advertising and Food Safety
- Private Regulation series
Chapter 10: Conclusions
This book set out to analyse the institutional design of privately established mechanisms to enforce transnational private regulation and the relationship these mechanisms have with public enforcement capacity. In this concluding chapter, attention is drawn to the theoretical implications the findings of the comparative analysis of the case studies of advertising and food safety have for the concepts and study of transnational private regulation and regulatory enforcement.
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