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Law and Development: Theory and Practice 2nd ed isbn 9780367546854

Law and Development: Theory and Practice


ISBN13: 9781138556690
New Edition ISBN: 9780367546854
Published: September 2018
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print




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The book examines the theory and practice of law and development. It reviews the evolution of law and development studies and presents a general theory of law and development.

The general theory sets the conceptual parameters of "law" and "development" and explains the mechanisms by which law impacts development. In the second part, the book applies the general theory to analyze the development cases of South Korea and South Africa from legal and institutional perspectives.

The book also adopts, for the first time, the law and development approaches to analyze the economic issues of the United States. It discusses why it is critical to develop the Analytical Law and Development Model or "ADM."

Subjects:
Law and Economics
Contents:
Part I: Law and Development in Theory
1. Introduction: What Is Law and Development?
2. Evolution of Law and Development
3. General Theory of Law and Development

Part II: Law and Development in Practice
4. Law and Development in South Korea
5. Law and Development in South Africa
6. Application of the Law and Development Approach in the United States
7. Law Reform Projects and Analytical Law and Development Model
8. Conclusion