1. Global Competition : Law, Markets and Globalization addresses a problem that in one way or another affects almost every aspect of life in almost all corners of the world – the strained relationship between national laws and global economic forces . As so often, the problem also creates opportunities. National institutions – legislatures, courts and administrators – provide norms for economic conduct within their territory, but their markets are increasingly interwoven with much broader, often global, economic relationships. National institutions have their own interests, but increasingly the global dimensions of economic conduct frustrate and confuse their efforts to advance those interests. Increasingly, the forces of globalization create interests that are shared across national
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