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This essay describes the normative dynamics within industry associations that affect their contributions to private transnational legal ordering. It asserts that even the most powerful associations possess characteristics that undermine their autonomy to rulemake for their industries, and so, their ability to govern. Examining the relationships between associations and their members helps us identify the forces that impede the effectiveness of associational governance, an important source of transnational private regulation.
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