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Comparative law / Mathias Siems.

By: Siems, Mathias M, 1974-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: K583 .S546 2018Series: Law in context: Publication: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxiii, 506 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781316633557; 1316633551.Subject(s): Comparative law
Contents:
Why compare laws? -- What belongs to comparative law? -- Part I. Traditional comparative law -- The comparative legal method -- Common law and civil law -- Mapping the world's legal systems -- Part II. Extending the methods of comparative law -- Postmodern comparative law -- Socio-legal comparative law -- Numerical comparative law -- Part III. Global comparative law -- Legal transplants -- Convergence, regionalisation, and internationalisation -- From transnational law to global law -- Comparative law and development -- Part IV. Comparative law as an open subject -- Implicit comparative law -- Reflections and outlook.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 408-488) and index.

Why compare laws? -- What belongs to comparative law? -- Part I. Traditional comparative law -- The comparative legal method -- Common law and civil law -- Mapping the world's legal systems -- Part II. Extending the methods of comparative law -- Postmodern comparative law -- Socio-legal comparative law -- Numerical comparative law -- Part III. Global comparative law -- Legal transplants -- Convergence, regionalisation, and internationalisation -- From transnational law to global law -- Comparative law and development -- Part IV. Comparative law as an open subject -- Implicit comparative law -- Reflections and outlook.

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