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Introduction
I.  The Market’s Place
    A.  Nothing Is Private: A Definition of International Economic Law
    B.  Objects of Criticism and Locations for Negotiations: Economic
Institutions and Transnational Corporations

II.  Human Rights and International Enconomic Law: Encounters
    A.  The Voice of Human Rights: The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations
    B.  Regulating Business Conduct in the Global Economic System:
Codes of Conduct

        1.  International Institutional Initiatives to Promulgate Codes
        2.  National Campaigns to Establish Codes of Conduct: The Model of the United States
        3.  Private Initiatives to Establish Voluntary Codes of Conduct
    C.  Institutional Shifting: Responses of Economic
Institutions to Human Rights

        1.  The World Bank
        2.  The International Monetary Fund
        3.  The World Trade Organization
        4.  Shaping a Nexus: Encounters Between International Financial Institutions and Human Rights
III.  Analysis of a Discourse
    A.  The International Plane
    B.  Prospects for Future Encounters
    C.  The Nexus of Different Languages for Special Purposes
Conclusion