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Institutional Competition Between Common Law and Civil Law: Theory and Policy

Michèle Schmiegelow, Henrik Schmiegelow, Editors
Format
Book
Published
Heidelberg ; New York : Springer, [2014]
Language
English
ISBN
9783642546594, 3642546595
Contents
  • Interdisciplinary issues in comparing common law and civil law / Michèle Schmiegelow
  • Identifying the effect of institutions on economic growth / Frédéric Docquier
  • Contract rules in codes and statutes : easing business across the cleavages of legal origins / Raouf Boucekkine, Frédéric Docquier, Fabien Ngendakuriyo, Henrik Schmiegelow, and Michèle Schiegelow
  • Contract modification as a rebus sic stantibus solution to the subprime crisis / Henrik Schmiegelow and Michèle Schmiegelow
  • A counterintuitive efficiency divide between common law and civil law : rules and structures of civil procedure in eight developed or newly industrialized countries / Henrik Schmiegelow
  • Labour law and inclusive development : the economic effects of industrial relations laws in middle-income countries / Simon Deakin, Colin Fenwick, and Prabirjit Sarkar
  • Access to justice in India / Neela Badami and Malavika Chandu
  • Access to justice in Latin America : challenges to classifying legal development in the region / Helen Ahrens
  • Access to justice in Indochinese countries / Hiroshi Matsuo
  • Access to justice in central Asian countries / Hans-Joachim Schramm
  • Push and pull of judicial demand and supply / Erhard Blankenburg and Bert Niemeijer
  • Why is litigation density so low in Japan? And what are the factors that may have an impact on it? / Yukio Nakajima
  • Legal commentary culture in China / Shiyuan Han
  • Reforming the reformers : a different approach to access issues / Linn Hammergren
  • Financial crisis as a catalyst of legal reforms : the case of Asia / Masahiro Kawai and henrik Schmiegelow
  • Overcoming the civil law/common law divide by integration : the case of OHADA / Grégoire Bakandeja Wa Mpungu
  • Trade offs between common law and civil law : are we in the right ball game? / Albrecht Stockmayer
  • Institutional convergence and competition / Michèle Schmiegelow and Henrik Schmiegelow.
Description
xxix, 475 pages : illustrations (partly color) ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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