This publication familiarises the reader with a number of fields of “regulated self-regulation,” i.e. regulatory complexes, in which state and non-state regulatory activities are intertwined. The area examined is Germany, and the period of investigation is the 19th and early 20th centuries. Each chapter begins with a comprehensive introduction, which provides an overview of the regulated self-regulation sector in question. This is then followed by the normative sources that illustrate the regulatory framework for the related sector. This contribution documents the results of the research project “Regulated Self-Regulation from a Legal Historical Perspective” at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History. It offers an introduction to the field of research, familiarises the reader with central legal sources and, at the same time, is intended to stimulate further research.
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Collin's "Regulated Self-Regulation" in Germany
Peter Collin, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, has posted all 781 pages of Regulated Self-Regulation from a Legal Historical Perspective: Studies and Sources, published auf Deustch as a Max Planck Institute for European Legal History Research. Here is the English abstract: