New Directions in Comparative Law

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Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, Joakim Nergelius
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009 - Law - 277 pages
This in-depth book explores the changing role of comparative law in an era of Europeanisation and globalisation. It explains how national law coexists and interacts with supranational and international law and how legal rules are produced by a variety of
 

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Contents

an assessment
3
Legal cartography and comparative law
19
promotion of market
33
Can human rights be exported? On the very idea of human
40
Cutandpaste? Rule of law promotion and legal transplants
56
Ontological and epistemological complexity in comparative
81
its notion scope and finalities
99
Åland Islands
108
theoretical
165
reflections on comparative
173
a European comparison
185
Constitutionalisation of private law
201
Toward an institutional approach to comparative economic law?
213
CONCLUSION
222
the forces behind and the challenges
255
Index
271

The viability of constitutionalnonconstitutional comparison
136
Comparative aspects of fundamental rights in Germany
151

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