|Title||Global perspectives on the rule of law|
|Author||edited by James J. Heckman, Robert L. Nelson, and Lee Cabatingan|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2010|
|Descript||xvi, 342p. ; 24 cm|
Rule of law temptations. -- Why developing countries prove so resistant to the rule of law. -- Global justice. -- The rule of law in Islamic thought and practice: a historical perspective. -- The viability of the welfare state. -- Comparing legal and alternative institutions in finance and commerce. -- Law, finance, and the first corporations. -- The politics of courts in democratization. -- Principled principals in the founding moments of the rule of law. -- The fight for basic legal freedoms: mobilization by the legal complex. -- Social norms, rule of law, and gender reality: an essay on the limits of the dominant rule of law paradigm. -- Constitutionallism and the challenge of ethnic diversity.
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