Law in the Pursuit of Development: Principles into Practice? by Amanda Perry KessarisLaw in the Pursuit of Development: Principles into Practice? by Amanda Perry Kessaris

Law in the Pursuit of Development: Principles into Practice?

EditorAmanda Perry Kessaris

Paperback | August 9, 2010

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Law in the Pursuit of Developmentcritically explores the relationships between contemporary principles and practice in law and development. Including papers by internationally renowned, as well as emerging, scholars and practitioners, the book is organised around the three liberal principles which underlie current efforts to direct law towards the pursuit of development. First, that the private sector has an important role to play in promoting the public interest; second, that widespread participation and accountability are essential to any large scale enterprise; and third, that the rule of law is a fundamental building block of development.

This insightful and provocative collection, in which contributors critique both the principles and efforts to implement them in practice, will be of considerable interest to students, academics and practitioners with an interest in the fields of law and development, international economic law, and law and globalization.

Amanda Perry-Kessaris is Professor of Law at the University of Kent.
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Title:Law in the Pursuit of Development: Principles into Practice?Format:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:August 9, 2010Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415589622

ISBN - 13:9780415589628

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction Amanda Perry-Kessaris 2. Political Consumption: Possibilities and Challenges Sally Wheeler 3. Engendering Responsibility in Global Markets: Valuing the Women of Kenya's Agricultural Sector Ann Stewart  4. Access to Medicines Versus Protection of 'Investments' in Intellectual Property: Reconciliation through Interpretation? Valentina Sara Vadi  5. Development, Cultural Self-Determination and the World Trade Organization Fiona Macmillan  6. Liberalisation and Environmental legislation in India Kanchi KohliandManju Menon  7. Accountability Mechanisms of Multilateral Development Banks: Powers, Complications, Enhancements Suresh Nanwani  8. Community Participation in Biodiversity Conservation: Emerging Localities of Tension Andreas Kotsakis  9. Stock Exchanges in East Africa: Something Borrowed, Something New? June McLaughlin  10. Rule of Law Assistance Discourse and Practice: Japanese Inflections Veronica Taylor  11. Rule of Law or Washington Consensus: The Evolution of the World Bank's Approach to Legal and Judicial ReformJulio Faundez  12. With Friends Like These: Can Multilateral Development Banks Promote Institutional Development to Strengthen the Rule of Law?Linn Hammergren  13. World Bank Rule of Law Assistance in Fragile States: The End of the Beginning or the Beginning of the End? Klaus Decker  14. Assessing the Socio-Cultural Viability of Rule of Law Policies in Post-Conflict Societies: Culture Clash Dzenan Sahovic  15. Land and Power in Afghanistan: In Pursuit of Law and Justice? Patrick McAuslan