Privat-staatliche Regelungsstrukturen im frühen Industrie- und Sozialstaat
<!doctype html public «-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en»> http-equiv=content-type> In private-public regulatory structures, decisions are made collectively, with each side possessing consultative rights at the very minimum. Such structures are often amalgams of purely private law relationships and public law administrative bodies. Discussed today in terms of “governance” and “regulated self-regulation,” their origins go back to the 19th century. This volume presents their history and opens further research perspectives.