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Law and Development : The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, Legal Cultures 2 - Anthony Carty

Law and Development

The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, Legal Cultures 2

By: Anthony Carty (Editor)

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Published: 1st August 1992
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This comprehensive volume brings together the major essays in the subject of law and development. The first sections concerns the relationship between legal systems and social, political and economic change in developing countries. The second section seeks to explain issues which concern law and development in the domestic context.

Acknowledgements
Series Preface
Introduction
Law and Modernisation: The Legal Imperialism Debate
'The New Development: Can American Law and Legal Institutions help Developing Countries?', (1972)p. 3
'Toward a Social Theory of Law: An Essay on the Study of Law and Development', (1972)p. 39
'Law and Development in Light of Dependency Theory', 1980p. 89
'Law and Development or Comparative Law and Social Change - The Application of Old Concepts in the Commonwealth Caribbean', (1988)p. 121
The Debate About the Right to Development as a Human Right Or State Law Versus People's Law and the Development Process
'In Search of the Unicorn: The Jurisprudence and Politics of the Right to Development', (1985)p. 169
'Conjuring Up New Human Rights: A Proposal for Quality Control', (1984)p. 207
'The Right to Development as an Emerging Human Right', (1983)p. 223
'From the Right to Economic Self-determination to the Right to Development: A Crisis in Legal Theory', (1984)p. 265
'State-Managed Development: A Legal Critique, and Alternative Development: A Legal Prospectus', (1982)p. 279
International Law and Development
'Private Investment in Latin America: Renegotiating the Bargain', (1984)p. 333
'The Principle of Preferential Treatment in the Law of GATT: Toward Achieving the Objective of an Equitable World Trading System', (1988)p. 363
'Emerging International Development Law and Traditional International Law - Congruence or Cleavage?', (1987)p. 407
'The Third World Debt Crisis: Towards New International Standards for Contraction of Public Debt', (1986)p. 433
'Liberal Economic Rhetoric as an Obstacle to the Democratization of the World Economy', (1988)p. 453
'Logic, Myth and the International Economic Order', (1985)p. 469
'How Fair is Fair Trade?', (1987)p. 489
Name Indexp. 505
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ISBN: 9780814714737
ISBN-10: 0814714730
Series: The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, Legal Cultures 2
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 506
Published: 1st August 1992
Publisher: New York University Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 4.45
Weight (kg): 0.91