Global Public Goods Symposium
Global Public Goods and the Plurality of Legal Orders
24 - 25 October 2011
Programme of the event.
The symposium was organised by the European Society of International Law, the American Society of International Law, the European Journal of International Law, and the HiiL project on Private Transnational Regulatory Regimes.
The symposium explored whether and how the co-existence, interaction, and antagonisms of different legal orders (international law, domestic law, EU law, regimes established by private actors) and their driving agents (regulators, contract-makers, and courts and tribunals) contribute to creating and maintaining global public goods. Contributors discussed transatlantic perspectives on how different legal orders may contribute to the production and management of public goods.
In 2012, a special issue of the European Journal of International Law was dedicated to the symposium, with the following articles:
• Fabrizio Cafaggi, David D. Caron: Global Public Goods amidst a Plurality of Legal Orders: A Symposium
• Daniel Bodansky, What's in a Concept? Global Public Goods, International Law, and Legitimacy
• Gregory Shaffer, International Law and Global Public Goods in a Legal Pluralist World
• Fabrizio Cafaggi, Transnational Private Regulation and the Production of Global Public Goods and Private 'Bads'
• Francesco Francioni, Public and Private in the International Protection of Global Cultural Goods
• Petros C. Mavroidis, Free Lunches? WTO as Public Good, and the WTO's View of Public Goods
• Elisa Morgera, Bilateralism at the Service of Community Interests? Non-Judicial Enforcement of Global Public Goods in the Context of Global Environmental Law
• André Nollkaemper, International Adjudication of Global Public Goods: The Intersection of Substance and Procedure