. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies focusing on either the rise of the regulatory state or global governance

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. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies focusing on either the rise of the regulatory state or global governance

Risk governance impacts on how law regulates individuals societies and/or markets. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies.

 

Public Law

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Each annotation should consist of a summary a critical assessment and a reflection about the text. It should be more than a simple list and description. It should demonstrate that you have understood the key argument[s] of the text and considered how it is relevant for your research.

*1500 words in total*

You are required to use 8 sources.

4 for the special study (My special study is about Modern Slavery & Labour Exploitation necessary readings will be attached) (The writer could find the readings related to my special study on his own)

 

  1. With the rise of the regulatory state and global governance the role of the state is becoming more limited raising complex issues of accountability. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies focusing on either the rise of the regulatory state or global governance.
  2. Risk governance impacts on how law regulates individuals societies and/or markets. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies.
  3. Human Rights should be protected universally irrespective of who is violating them – be it states regulatory agencies private actors international organisations or global governance bodies. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies.
  4. Contemporary governance is complex and relies on a diversity of regulatory instruments and techniques to achieve its goals. Traditional accounts of formal public law no longer adequately explain how governance operates. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies.
  5. Algorithmic decision-making is transforming the state and posing complex accountability problems. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies.
  6. Public Law is grounded in the idea of the sovereign self-governing nation-state; yet this idea is outdated and fails to capture the complexities and conflicts of contemporary law and governance. Discuss critically with reference to your special studies