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Klaus Dingwerth


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Legal Principles of a New World Governance

The Democratic Legitimacy of Public-Private Rule Making: What Can We Learn from the World Comission of Dams?
¤ Klaus Dingwerth ¤ November 2005
This article attempts to provide answers to one specific and one general question: How should we evaluate the performance of the World Commission of Dams in terms of its democratic legitimacy? And what does the evaluation of the commission’s performance tell us about the legitimacy of global rule making in more general terms? Based on these questions, the article comes to two main conclusions. First, the democratic legitimacy of the World Commission of Dams’ standard-setting process can be (...) read more

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