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East Asian Law - Universal Norms and Local Cultures

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Edited by: Arthur Rosett, Lucie Cheng, Margaret Y. K Woo

ISBN13: 9780415297356
ISBN: 0415297354
Published: December 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Explores the tension in East Asia between the trend towards a convergence of legal practices in the direction of a universal model and a reassertion of local cultural practices. The trend towards convergence arises in part from 'globalisation', from 'rule of law programs' promulgated by institutions such as the International Monetary Fund and the Asian Development Bank, and from widespread migration in the region, whilst the opposing trend arises in part from moves to resist such 'globalisation'. This book explores a wide range of issues related to this key problem, covering China in particular, where resolving differences in conceptions about the rule of law is a key issue as China begins to integrate itself into the World Trade Organisation regime.

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1. Finding a Role for Law In Asian Development Lucie Cheng, Margaret Y.K Woo and Arthur Rosett
2. Property Rights and Indigenous Tradition Among Early 20th Century Japanese Firms Yoshiro Miwa and J. Mark Ramseyer
3. Markets, Democracy and Ethnicity Amy L. Chua
4. Competing Conceptions of Rule of Law in China Randall Peerenboom
5. Transnational Labour, Citizenship and the Taiwan State Lucie Cheng
6. 'Us' and 'Them' in Korean Law: The Creation, Accommodation and Exclusion of Outsiders in South Korea Chulwoo Lee
7. Internal Migrants and the Challenge of the 'Floating' Population in the PRC Dorothy J. Solinger
8. Historical Roots of Stasis and Change in Japanese Legal education Kahei Rokumoto
9. Of Lawyers Lost and Found: Searching for Legal Professionalism in the People's Republic of China William P. Alford
10. Chinese Courts and Law Reform in Post-Mao China Stanley Lubman