It was my great pleasure to have participated in the 2015 Symposium sponsored by the Center for Global Law and Policy and the Journal of International Law at Santa Clara University School of Law. The symposium brought together a strong and diverse group of people to speak to issues around the symposium theme: "Critical Global Business Issues: When Theory Meets Practice" (discussed HERE).
The Santa Clara Journal of International Law has just published the papers produced for that Symposium. They are quite interesting and worth a read, especially for those working on issues of business "regulation" beyond the state or those interested in the ways in which international standards may be seeping into the once well protected fortress of domestic corporate law.
Current Issue: Volume 14 (2015-2016), Issue 1 (2015-2016)
Defending the "Higher Walls" - The Effects of U.S. Export Control Reform on Export Enforcement
James E. Bartlett III and Jonathan C. Poling
A Better Way Through the Export Control Thicket
Stanley J. Marcuss and Michael B. Zara
China's Enforcement of Its Anti-Monopoly Law and Risks to Multinational Companies
Daniel C.K. Chow
Antitrust or Industrial Protectionism?: Emerging International Issues in China's Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement Efforts
Thomas J. Horton
A Snapshot of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Emerging Issues in Compliance With the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: A Case of Arrested Development
H. Lowell Brown
Is Corporate Patriotism a Virtue?
Corporate Social Responsibility in Weak Governance Zones
Larry Catá Backer
Intentional Blindness: Psychological Barriers Between Legal Mandates and Progress Toward Workplace Gender Equality
Rachel J. Anderson