Table of contents for The emergence of private authority in global governance / Rodney Bruce Hall and Thomas J. Biersteker (eds.).

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Part I. Introduction: Theorizing Private Authority
1. The emergence of private authority in the international system Rodney Bruce Hall and Thomas J. Bierteker
2. Private regimes and  inter-firm cooperation A. Claire Cutler
Part II. Market Authority: Globalization and 'Globaloney'
3. Economic governance in an electronically networked global economy Stephen J. Kobrin
4. Global markets, national authority and the problem of legitimation: the case of finance Louis W. Pauly
5. The state and globalization Saskia Sassen
Part III. Moral Authority: Global Civil Society and Transnational Religious Movements
6. 'Regulation for the rest of us?' Global civil society and the privatisation of transnational regulation Ronnie D. Lipschutz and Cathleen Fogel
7. The global dimensions of religious terrorism Mark Juergensmeyer
Part IV. Illicit Authority: Mafias and Mercenaries
8. Transnational organized crime and the state Phil Williams
9. The return of the dogs of war? The privatisation of security in Africa Bernedette Methuen and Ian Taylor
Part V. Conclusions and Directions
10. Private authority as global governance Thomas J. Biersteker and Rodney Bruce Hall.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Authority, State, The, Sociological jurisprudence, International organization, Security, International, Globalization