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Law and legitimacy is an anthology arising from an interdisciplinary investigation into the relationship between law and legitimacy. In dealing with this time honored problematic, the collection offers a variety of new perspectives and a range of issues are discussed, including the legitimacy of the international criminal court, EU´s regulation of smoking and tobacco and the protection of consumers. The authors draw not only on legal sources in their investigations, but also on philosophy, history and sociology for a truly interdisciplinary approach.
Introduction to Law and Legitimacy - by Per Andersen
From Jean Bodin to Michael Böss - On Legitimacy an Legitimacy Crises in a Historical Perspective - by Jørgen Dalberg-Larsen
In the Name of the Law - How Consistency Can Enhance Legal Legitimacy - by Bjarke Viskum
The International Criminal Court and the Legitimacy of Exercise - by Thomas Obel Hansen
Towards Legitimacy in Above-National Rule-Making: Provedurelisation in Multi-Stakeholder Public Regulation - by Karin Buhmann
Consumer Protection and the Internal Market - by Tanja Jørgensen
In Search of Legitimacy in Regulating Tobacco and Smoking - by Matthew J. Elsmore