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Likosky, Michael (2006) ''Globalisation and the Common Core'.' In: Bussani, Mauro and Mattei, Ugo, (eds.), Plenary Sessions of the Trento Common Core in European Private Law Meeting. Staempfli, Bern.

Likosky, Michael (2006) Law, Infrastructure and Human Rights. Cambridge University Press.

Likosky, Michael (2006) Law, Infrastructure, and Human Rights. Cambridge University Press.

Likosky, Michael and Mooberry, Joy (2006) 'Should the Poor Foot the Bill.' Global Jurist Advances Article 2, 6 (1) .

Likosky, Michael (2006) '"Who Should Foot the Bill".' In: Scholar, Richard, (ed.), Divided Cities: The 2003 Oxford Amnesty Lectures. Oxford University Press, pp. 179-190.

Likosky, Michael (2005) '"Beyond Naming & Shaming: Towards a Human Rights Unit for Infrastructure Projects".' In: M.Likosky, , (ed.), Privatising Development: Transnational Law, Infrastructure Projects and Human Rights. Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 3-26.

Likosky, Michael (2005) ''Compliance with Law'.' In: Clark, David, (ed.), Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. Sage, London.

Likosky, Michael (2005) '"Editor's Introduction: Project Finance and Human Rights".' In: Likosky, M, (ed.), Privatising Development: Transnational Law, Infrastructure and Human Rights. Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 11-26.

Likosky, Michael (2005) 'Privatising Development: Project Finance Law and Human Rights.' In: Likosky, M., (ed.), Privatising Development: Transnational law, Infrastructure and Human Rights. Martinus Nijhoff, xi-xxvi.

Likosky, M, ed. (2005) Privatising Development: Transnational Law, Infrastructure and Human Rights. Martinus Nijhoff.

Likosky, Michael (2005) The Silicon Empire: Law, Culture and Commerce (with Foreward by Sally Falk Moore). Ashgate.

Likosky, Michael (2005) The Silicon Empire: Law, Culture and Commerce. Ashgate.

Likosky, Michael (2004) 'Adapting Human Rights to Privatised Infrastructure Projects.' Global Jurist Topics Article 3, 4(2) .

Likosky, Michael (2003) '"Compound Corporations: The Public Law Foundations of Lex Mercatoria".' Non-State Actors & International Law, 4 . 251- 281.

Likosky, Michael (2003) '"Dual Legal Orders: From Colonialism to High Technology".' Global Jurist Topics, vol. 3 .

Likosky, Michael (2003) '"Mitigating Human Rights Risk in International Infrastructure Projects".' Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, vol. 1 . pp. 65-96.

Likosky, Michael (2003) '"Response to George".' In: Gibney, Matthew, (ed.), Globalizing Rights: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1999. Oxford University Press, pp. 34-44.

Likosky, Michael (2002) 'Cultural Imperalism in the Context of Transnational Commercial Colloboration.' In: Likosky, M, (ed.), Transnational Legal Processes: Globalisation and Power Disparities. Cambridge University Press, pp. 221-258.

Likosky, Michael (2002) 'Cultural Imperialism in the Context of Transnational Commercial Collaboration.' In: Likosky, M., (ed.), Transnational Legal Processes: Globalisation and Power Disparities. Butterworths, pp. 221-258.

Likosky, Michael (2002) '"Editor's Introduction: Transnational Law in the Context of Power Disparities".' In: Likosky, M, (ed.), Transnational Legal Processes: Globalisation and Power Disparities. Cambridge University Press, pp. 17-34.

Likosky, Michael, ed. (2002) Transnational Legal Processess (with foreward by A. Vaughan Lowe). CambridgeUniversity Press.

Likosky, Michael (2001) '"Infrastructure for Commerce".' Northwestern Journal of Law and Business, 22 (1) . pp. 1-34.

Likosky, Michael (1999) '"Using Infrastructure to Meet the Public Law Challenge".' InterMedia . pp. 11-13.

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