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Schlesinger's Comparative Law, 7th By Rudolph B Schlesinger, Ugo Mattei, Teemu Ruskola, Antonio Gidi
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This book enlarges the perspective of comparative law to include the experiences of the non-Western world, which increasingly occupies the center stage in a global approach to the law. Accordingly, the book incorporates diverse legal materials from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In addition, it includes a greatly enhanced methodological discussion that brings the book up-to-date with the latest debates in the field.
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This book enlarges the perspective of comparative law to include the experiences of the non-Western world, which increasingly occupies the center stage in a global approach to the law. Accordingly, the book incorporates diverse legal materials from Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In addition, it includes a greatly enhanced methodological discussion that brings the book up-to-date with the latest debates in the field.

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About Ugo

A widely published, and internationally known legal scholar, does interdisciplinary work with economics, anthropology and social studies. He is a frequent contributor to the Italian daily Newspaper Il manifesto where he writes on issues of globalization and predatory...

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