Law reform in developing and transitional states

edited by Tim Lindsey

Law reform in developing countries has become an increasingly topical subject in recent years. A critical issue is why so many law reform projects in developing economies are regarded by their sponsors and recipients as unsuccessful. This informative book: examines examples of law reform projects in post-socialist and post-authoritarian states in Asia; identifies common problems; and, proposes analytical frameworks for understanding the problems identified. Though parallels between Asian models and those in developing states elsewhere in the world are strong, this book has been developed to avoid suggestion that the issues covered are somehow peculiarly 'Asian'- indeed, it is shown that cultural relativist approaches to Asia are unsustainable. This is an invaluable reference for those involved in the areas of development economics, Asian studies and comparative politics.

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  • Acknowledgements Preface Tim Lindsey Contributors Glossary PART I -- THEORETICAL APPROACHES Legal Infrastructure and Governance Reform in Post-Crisis Asia: the Case of Indonesia Tim Lindsey Why Law Reform Fails: Indonesia's Anti-Corruption Reforms Howard Dick What Kind of Legal System is Necessary for Economic Development? The China Puzzle Donald C. Clarke The Law Reform Olympics: Measuring the Effects of Law Reform in Transitional Economies (Central Asia, former Soviet Union) Veronica Taylor Law Reform in Developing Countries Gary Goodpaster PART II -- CASE STUDIES Comparative Law and Legal Transplants between Socialist States: An Historical Perspective (Vietnam, Soviet Union) Pip Nicholson The Collapse of the World Bank's Judicial Reform Project in Peru Jeffrey A. Clark, Patricia Armstrong and Robert O. Varenik Legal Education Reform -- the Forgotten Intervention? Assessing the Legal Retraining Model in Transitional Economies (Mongolia) Stewart Fenwick The Dynamics and Politics of Legal Reform in China: induction, deduction and, above all, pragmatism Randall Peerenboom State and Law Reform in Indonesia Daniel S. Lev Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle: Public Law Theory, Civil Society and Governance Reform in Indonesia David Linnan Competition Laws for Asian Transnational Economies: Adaption to Local Legal Cultures in Vietnam and Indonesia William A.W. Neilson Labour Law Reform in Namibia: Transplant or Implant? Colin Fenwick Global trajectories of Tax Reform: the Discourse of Tax Reform in Developing and Transitional Countries Miranda Stewart Intellectual Property, Civil Law and the Failure of Law in Indonesia: Can Criminal Enforcement of Economic Law Work in Developing Countries? Simon Butt and Tim Lindsey Index

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書名 Law reform in developing and transitional states
著作者等 Lindsey, Timothy
シリーズ名 Routledge studies in development economics
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2007
ページ数 xxviii, 420 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9780415378598
NCID BA79797318
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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