This Article illuminates the spectrum of international economic regimes through discussion of an under-theorized regulatory structure in which traditional distinctions between State and market, public and private power, hard and soft law, and international and domestic policy realms, essentially collapse-the "public-private gatekeeper."
Christopher M. Bruner,
States, Markets, and Gatekeepers: Public-Private Regulatory Regimes in an Era of Economic Globalization,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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