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International Development Law: Rule of Law, Human Rights, and Global Finance

ISBN13: 9780195398281
Published: October 2009
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
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As we move further into the 21st century, it is incumbent upon lawyers and law students to understand and manage the complexities of sustainable development.

International Development Law: Rule of Law, Human Rights, and Global Finance offers a coherent and systematic overview of the many issues and underlying trends that affect 'international development law' and the underlying legal architecture between developing countries and advanced nations.

Professor Sarkar describes how internaitonal development works, its shortcomings, its theoretical and practical foundations, along with the prescriptions for the future. The text is structured into two basic parts: the first part deals with the theoretical and philosophic foundations of the subject, and the second part sets forth issues relating to the international financial architecture, namely, international borrowing practices, privatization, and emerging economies.

International Development Law provides the reader with new perspectives on the origins of global poverty, identifies legal impediments to sustainable economic growth, and provides a better understanding of the challenges faced by the international community in resolving global policy issues.

Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Public International Law
1. Fin de Siecle Analysis
2. Significant Historical Trends
3. The Failures of the State
4. The Failure of Ideology

1. The Rule of Law: Theoretical Principles
2. International Development Law: Substantive Principles
3. The Rule of Law: A Projectized Approach
4. Is There a Human Right to Development?

5. International Borrowing
6. Privatization
7. Emerging Capital Markets