GAL seminars

Seminar Program: Viterbo VII (2011)

7th Global Administrative Law Seminar

Private And Public-Private Global Regulation::

Global Administrative Law Dimensions

Viterbo, 10-11 June 2011

Università «La Tuscia», Rettorato – Aula Magna, Via di Santa Maria in Gradi, 4

viterbogalseminar@gmail.com

SEMINAR PROGRAM (.pdf)

Friday June 10th, 2011

Chair: Sabino Cassese, Judge of the Italian Constitutional Court

First Session

Rationales and Instruments for Public–Private Partnership

14:15 Welcome

14:30 Presentation of papers by the authors:

Kenneth W. Abbott and David Gartner (Arizona State University)

Innovations in Governance: Global Health vs. Global Environment

Alberto Biasco (University of Turin) and Alessandra Quarta (University of Foggia)

Private Ordering and Expertise Legitimacy

Sébastien Duyck (University of Lapland)

Delegation to Private Actors of the Competences in Validation and Verification in the Kyoto Protocol Flexibility Mechanisms: Accountability Issues and the Role of the Public

Edouard Fromageau (University of Geneva)

Public-Private Partnerships in the Management of Water Resources: the Example of the Global Water Partnership

15:10 Discussant

Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Faculty of Law – University of Geneva

15:25 Discussant

Lorenzo Casini, University of Rome Sapienza

15:40 General Discussion

16:30 Coffee Break

Second Session

Coordination, Separation and Conflicts

between Public and Private Regulation

17:00 Presentation of papers by the authors:

Agnieszka Janczuk Gorywoda (European University Institute)

Informal Co-Regulation among Public and Private Regulators: Lessons from the Payment Systems

Ming-Sung Kuo (University of Warwick)

What If Publicness Is the Problem? On the Ultra Hybrid Regulation across the Taiwan Strait and the Functional Limits of Global Administrative Law

Cheah Wui Ling (National University of Singapore)

Public and Private Partnerships in Cross-border Policing: The Evolving Role of Private Entities

Bertrand du Marais (University of Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)

How the delegation of rule making to private entities may lead to vertical economic integration and to barriers to entry? The case of Financial Law

17:40 Discussant

Susan Rose-Ackerman, Yale Law School

17:55 Discussant

David Zaring, Wharton School of Business – University of Pennsylvania

18:10 General Discussion

19:00 End of session

Saturday, June 11th 2011

Chair: Richard B. Stewart, New York University School of Law

Third Session

The Interplay between National and Supranational Levels

in Private Regulatory Intervention

9:30 Presentation of papers by the authors:

Gülen Newton (The Global Fund)

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: a New Type of International Organization

Ayelet Berman (The Graduate Institute, Geneva)

The Role of Domestic Administrative Law in the Accountability of Transnational Regulatory Networks

Stéphanie Dagron (University of Zurich)

The international conference on harmonization of technical requirements for the registration of pharmaceuticals (ICH) multinational corporations and national agencies: who is doing what in the field of pharmaceutical regulations?

Rutsel Martha and Sarah Dadush (International Fund for Agricultural Development)

Going Against the Grain: When Private Rules Shouldn’t Apply to Public Institutions

10:10 Discussant

Eelco Szabó, GAVI Alliance

10:25 Discussant

Ingo Venzke, University of Amsterdam

10:40 General Discussion

12:10 Gal Project: Agenda and Next Steps

12:30 End of session