Private Transnational Regulatory Regimes – Constitutional Foundations and Governance Design

The project, funded by the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL), addressed key questions raised by the emergence of mixed – public-private – regulatory regimes in transnational governance.

The project aimed to set down the theoretical foundations for policy recommendations through appropriate governance design, impact assessment analysis carried out in cooperation with the stakeholders, and research concerning the effects of these regimes on national and transnational legal orders.

The project is coordinated at the EUI by Fabrizio Cafaggi with Professor Linda Senden (Tilburg University) and Professor Colin Scott (University College Dublin).

The final report is now available!

Final Report: A comparative analysis of transnational private regulation: legitimacy, quality, effectiveness and enforcement – pdf


TPRER participants in The Hague