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How transnational pharmaceutical groups manipulate scientific publications
Isabell Hensel and Gunther Teubner

. 12 For the current discussion in Germany, see Rüfner, ‘Grundrechtsadressaten’; in a historical perspective, see Stolleis, Geschichte des öffentlichen Rechts , vol. 4, pp. 216 ff. On the legal position in Europe, see Clapham, Human Rights Obligations of Non-State Actors . For international law, see Gardbaum, ‘“Horizontal effect” of constitutional

in Critical theory and legal autopoiesis
On the sociological paradoxes of weak dialectical formalism and embedded neoliberalism
Darrow Schecter

4 Dilemmas of contemporary statehood: on the sociological paradoxes of weak dialectical formalism and embedded neoliberalism FD simultaneously refers, within the parameters defined by public law and centralised post-​feudal states in Europe and elsewhere, to diverse instances of de-​centralisation. The latter are commonly denoted by the separation of powers as well as the protected status of the private individual and the rights of a variety of non-​state actors in civil society. Differentiation thus implies de-​centralisation, but it does so in a somewhat

in Critical theory and sociological theory
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Rainer Bauböck

promoted by including externally affected interests in decisions made by particular governments and by democratizing global governance regimes through the inclusion of non-state actors and policy stakeholders (Macdonald 2008 ). Globalizing national decision-making and democratizing global decision-making in this way on issues such as climate change, refugee protection, global poverty relief, international criminal justice, trade and finance is

in Democratic inclusion