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The New Global Rulers:
The Privatization of Regulation in the World Economy
Tim Büthe & Walter Mattli

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Illustrations and Tables ix
List of Acronyms xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Chapter One: The Rise of Private Regulation in the World Economy 1
Chapter Two: Private Nonmarket Rule-Making in Context A Typology of Global Regulation 18
Chapter Three: Institutional Complementarity Theory 42
Chapter Four: Private Regulators in Global Financial Markets Institutional Structure and Complementarity in Accounting Regulation 60
Chapter Five: The Politics of Setting Standards for Financial Reporting 99
Chapter Six: Private Regulators in Global Product Markets Institutional Structure and Complementarity in Product Regulation 126
Chapter Seven: The Politics of Nuts and Bolts- and Nanotechnology ISO and IEC Standard-Setting for Global Product Markets 162
Chapter Eight: Contributions to the Theoretical Debates in Political Science, Sociology, Law, and Economics 192
Chapter Nine: Conclusions and Implications for Global Governance 214
Appendix 1: Financial Reporting Standards Survey
Additional Survey Results 227
Appendix 2: Product Standards Survey Additional Survey Results 234
Appendix 3: Survey Methods 238
References 249
Index 289

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