The Limits of Law and Development

Neoliberalism, Governance and Social Justice
 
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The book examines the well-established field of ?law and development' and asks whether the concept of development and discourses on law and development have outlived their usefulness.
The contributors ask whether instead of these amorphous and contested concepts we should focus upon social injustices such as patriarchy, impoverishment, human rights violations, the exploitation of indigenous peoples, and global heating? If we abandoned the idea of development, would we end up adopting another, equally problematic term to replace a concept which, for all its flaws, serves as a commonly understood shorthand? The contributors analyse the links between conventional academic approaches to law and development, neoliberal governance and activism through historical and contemporary case studies.
The book will be of interest to students and scholars of development, international law, international economic law, governance and politics and international relations.

The book examines the well-established field of ?law and development' and asks whether the concept of development and discourses on law and development have outlived their usefulness. The contributors ask whether instead of these amorphous and contested concepts we should focus upon social injustices such as patriarchy, impoverishment, human rights violations, the exploitation of indigenous peoples, and global heating? If we abandoned the idea of development, would we end up adopting another, equally problematic term to replace a concept which, for all its flaws, serves as a commonly understood shorthand? The contributors analyse the links between conventional academic approaches to law and development, neoliberal governance and activism through historical and contemporary case studies. The book will be of interest to students and scholars of development, international law, international economic law, governance and politics and international relations.
Tartalomjegyzék:
Part One: Rethinking Development and Social Justice;
1 Beyond Law and Development?;SAM ADELMAN AND ABDUL PALIWALA;
2 Ameliorating Human Futures through Class Divided Postdevelopment?;UPENDRA BAXI;
3 Beyond Development: Towards Sustainability and Climate Justice in the Anthropocene;SAM ADELMAN;
4 In Search of Nothing: ?Unseen Empires' and the Law Beyond Development;PETER FITZPATRICK;
5 Southern Voices: Extending a Project;WILLIAM TWINING AND ABDUL PALIWALA;
6 Practice Teaches Paradigm: Reflections on Radical and Liberal Law Perspectives;ISSA SHIVJI;
Part Two: International Law, Economic Governance and Global Justice;
7 Between Bandung and Doha: International Economic Law and Developing Countries;JULIO FAUNDEZ;
8 International Law and Development: From ?Company Raj' to Global Governance via Indirect Rule;RADHA D'SOUZA;
9 Academia, Activism and the New Global Governance;SOL PICCIOTTO;
10 Multiple Enclosures through Land Concessions: Water, Fiscal Resources and Police Power;TOMASO FERRANDO;
11 Community Development Agreements and the State's Extractive Strategy in Mongolia: Participatory Governance or Governance Participation?;JENNIFER LANDER;