Informal International Law-Making as a New Form of World Legislation?

in International Organizations Law Review
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Abstract

Law-making by formal, intergovernmental international organizations received abundant attention over the past years. The aim of the present contribution is to investigate whether the notion of 'word legislation' would also be appropriate in the case of 'informal international law-making'. It is argued that this could be the case when international public authority is exercised, in which case 'informal' rules have effects similar to domestic legislation.

Informal International Law-Making as a New Form of World Legislation?

in International Organizations Law Review

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