In whose name a public law theory of international adjudication international courts and tribunals series armin von bogdandy ingo venzke on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the vast majority of all international judicial decisions have been issued since 1990 this increasing activity of international courts over the past two decades is one of the most significant . In whose name a public law theory of international adjudication armin von bogdandy and ingo venzke international courts and tribunals series features postscript to the paperback edition presents an innovative study of international courts and tribunals investigating where they get their legitimacy from and in whose name they decide their cases. Get this from a library in whose name a public law theory of international adjudication armin von bogdandy ingo venzke international courts and tribunals make decisions which shape international law yet what grants them the legitimacy to make these decisions in the first place this book proposes a theory of . Our contribution develops an understanding of international adjudication as an exercise of public authority it places emphasis on the asymmetry between international adjudication and parliamentary politics unfolds legitimacy problems in the practice of international courts and sketches how to interpret and develop international. It is modelled around the eminent international court of justice and is out of step with recent developments but what should be put in the place of this received understanding the book proposes a public law theory of international adjudication which sees international courts as multifunctional actors who exercise public authority and need
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