15 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/ijgls15 and id is 1 raw text is: Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
Volume 15   Issue 1 Winter 2008
CONTENTS
CONFERENCE ON DEMOCRACY AND THE TRANSNATIONAL
PRIVATE SECTOR
Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, April 12-13, 2007
Introduction                                                              I
Christiana Ochoa
The Relationship of Participatory Democracy to
Participatory Law Formation                                               5
Christiana Ochoa
Customary Transnational Law: Attacking the Last
Resort of State Sovereignty                                              19
Till Muiller
Bottom-Up Lawmaking- The Private Origins of
Transnational Law                                                        49
Janet Koven Levit
Securing the Global City: Crime, Consulting, Risk,
and Ratings in the Production of Urban Space                             75
Katharyne Mitchell and Katherine Beckett
Global Panopticism: States, Corporations, and the
Governance Effects of Monitoring Regimes                                101
Larry Catd Backer
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, OPIC, and
the Retreat from Transparency                                           149
Blake Puckett
Democratization: The Contribution of Fair Trade
and Ethical Trading Movements                                           177
Janet Dine
From Agitation to Institutionalization:
The Student Anti-Sweatshop Movement in the
New Millennium                                                          213
Purnima Bose

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