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Comparative law and society / edited by David S. Clark.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, c2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • xvi, 461 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • History of comparative law and society / David S. Clark
  • Comparative sociology of law / Roger Cotterrell
  • Comparative criminology / Francis Pakes
  • Comparative anthropology of Law / Elizabeth Mertz and Mark Goodale
  • Comparative law and economics : accounting for social norms / Francesco Parisi and Barbara Luppi
  • Comparative law and political economy / John C. Reitz
  • Comparative legal psychology : eyewitness identification / Ruth Horry ... [et al.]
  • Separation of legislative and executive governmental powers / Howard J. Wiarda and Jonathan T. Polk
  • Federalism and subnational legal systems : the Canadian example of provincial constitutionalism / G. Alan Tarr
  • Judges, their careers, and independence / Carlo Guarnieri
  • Civil court litigation and alternative dispute resolution / Koen van Aeken
  • Criminal courts and procedure / Stephen C. Thaman
  • Administrative law, agencies and redress mechanisms in the United Kingdom and Sweden / Michael Adler and Sara Stendahl
  • Constitutional law and courts / Tom Ginsburg
  • Legal cultures / David Nelken
  • Legal education / David S. Clark
  • Legal professions and law firms / David S. Clark
  • Legal protection of the environment / Stephen C. McCaffrey and Rachael E. Salcido
  • Preventive health at work / Julie C. Suk.
Contributor:
Clark, David Scott, 1944-
Series:
Research handbooks in comparative law.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9781849803618
1849803617

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