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Law and Development (eBook)

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ISBN13: 9781135335458
ISBN: 1859417981
Published: March 2003
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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This new book is an edited collection of papers arising from a conference on Law and Development in the 21st Century held in 2001. It is in honour of the work of Dr Peter Slinn. It draws together the lessons and challenges faced in relation to law and development in the 21st century,with particular reference to the concerns of Commonwealth states. It addresses practical and theoretical aspects of law and economic, social and political development at national and international levels.Students, academics and practitioners in the fields of law and development, development studies and public administration will find this book of interest.

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Subjects:
Jurisprudence, eBooks
Contents:
Introduction; Laws and Developments; Representing the Butterfly: Contributions from Economic Theory to Understanding Decision Making in a Regulatory Environment; Juridifying Gender Justice; Shifting Models of Law and Development; Patents and Health in Developing Countries; International Competition Law and Policy; Technical Assistance and Trade Law Reform Post-Doha; The OECD and Tax Competition; International Courts and the Application of the Concept of Sustainable Development; Legality and Legitimacy in the Kazakhstani Legislative Process; Constitutional Options for a Constitutional Settlement of the Sri Lanken Ethnic Problem; Lessons from South Africa and Some Thoughts for Nigeria; The Singapore Model of Law and Development; The Role of the Judiciary and Statutory Tribunals in Environmental Litigation in Hong Kong; Human Rights; Women in the Democratic Process in Uganda; Good Governance as a Critical Aspect of Human Rights for Sustainable Development; An Indian Perspective on the Role of Law and the Development Paradigm.