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Unpublished Paper
The potentials and challenges of transitioning the U.S.-E.U. Safe Harbor Program from a hybrid system of authority to a pure non-state market driven (NSMD) system of authority:
online commerce and policy, international commerce, accountability (2015)
  • Ms. Sarah Brennan, MPA, CUNY Hostos Community College
Abstract
This unpublished paper that is currently in revision has been presented at the Political Science Association of New York conference held in Plattsburg, NY (see citation below). This paper was written under the mentorship of Dr. Cristina Balboa, associate professor of public administration at Baruch College, while a part of her Capstone Course in Fall 2014. The focus of my paper is to evaluate if a non-state market driven model of accountability would benefit the Safe Harbor Act which currently operates in a state-driven market-based model.
 
     Brennan, S. (April 10, 2015). Potentials and challenges of transitioning the US-EU Safe Harbor Agreement from a hybrid system of authority to a non-state market-driven (NSMD) system of
authority. Panelist for the “Administrative Reform” session. 69th Annual Conference of the New
York State Political Science Association. SUNY Plattsburgh. Plattsburgh.
Keywords
  • NSMD,
  • accountability,
  • online commerce,
  • policy and the Internet,
  • comparative politics,
  • EU and United States
Publication Date
Spring April 10, 2015
Citation Information
Sarah Brennan. "The potentials and challenges of transitioning the U.S.-E.U. Safe Harbor Program from a hybrid system of authority to a pure non-state market driven (NSMD) system of authority:" online commerce and policy, international commerce, accountability (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sarah-brennan/3/