- Title Pages
- Table of Cases
- Table of Treaties and Legislation
- List of Contributors
- 1 Morality and regulation
- 2 What should and what should not be regulated?
- 3 Regulating the role of private military companies in shaping security and politics
- 4 Weak governments in search of strength
- 5 A government in search of cover
- 6 Transitional states in search of support
- 7 Private military companies under international humanitarian law
- 8 Private military companies and state responsibility
- 9 Domestic regulation
- 10 The emerging market for private military services and the problems of regulation
- 11 Make or buy? Principal-agent theory and the regulation of private military companies
- 12 Contract as a tool for regulating private military companies
- 13 The future of the market
- 14 Conclusion
- Select Bibliography
- From Mercenaries to Market
- Oxford University Press
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