Chapter abstract: This conclusion offers a brief summary of the main findings of the book. The central concerns of these legal institutionalists—namely, how nomic force molds social relations and the role of legal science in this process—are recapitulated. In the other part of the Conclusions, the emphasis is placed on the relevance of these approaches to law for the contemporary debate, with a focus on the issues caused by globalization and the proliferation of legal orders at different levels. A brief comparison with the methodology adopted by global administrative law, global legal pluralism, and constitutional pluralism is proposed as an illustration of the rich contribution Romano, Schmitt, and Mortati can make to the understanding of the present.
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