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AbstractAlthough there is an extensive literature on domestic legal transplants, far less is known about the transplantation of supranational judicial bodies. The Andean Tribunal of Justice (ATJ) is one of nearly a dozen copies of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), and the third most active...
AbstractThe growing recognition of the role of law in financial and economic development has generated significant disagreement about what determines the structure and content of legal institutions in the first place. Legal traditions and local politics have emerged in the literature as the most...
AbstractThis Paper presents the results of the first comprehensive empirical study of China’s cases adjudicated under the statutory veil piercing regime introduced as part of the 2005 corporate law reform. It provides insights into the way Chinese courts have interpreted and applied the veil...
AbstractThis Article analyzes the extent to which some of the highest courts in Africa have tackled the potential conflict between the power of judicial review on the one hand, and public opinion on the other, by looking at two controversial subjects, i.e., the death penalty and gay rights, and...
AbstractThe existence of jury trials in modern Russia is perhaps surprising for foreign observers. Sometimes seen as a withering flower in a snowy country with bears, the jury is nonetheless a real, working institution in Russia. Its legislative and practical mechanisms will be presented in this...
AbstractA major question for the comparative analysis of industrial relations and labor market institutions has been the extent to which labor laws in different countries have converged or diverged over time. A second question is whether any convergence between labor law systems is associated...
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