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"New dynamics in comparative law" which was held at the University of Örebro in May 2007--Preface.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Preface /Joakim Nergelius Introduction /Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt and Joakim Nergelius 1.Legal change and economic performance : an assessment /Gianmaria Ajani 2.Legal cartography and comparative law /Per Bergling 3.Development assistance in the legal field: promotion of market economy v human rights /Michael Bogdan 4.Can human rights be exported? On the very idea of human rights transplantability /Claudio Corradetti 5.'Cut-and-paste'? rule of law promotion and legal transplants in war to peace transitions /Richard Zajac Sannerholm 6.Ontological and epistemological complexity in comparative constitutional law /Otto Pfersmann 7.European constitutional law : its notion, scope and finalities /Rainer Arnold 8.Governmental accountability in autonomies: Åland islands in comparison with select autonomies in Europe and elsewhere /Markku Suksi 9.Viability of constitutional/non-constitutional comparison /Johan Lindholm 10.Comparative aspects of fundamental rights in Germany and Central and Eastern Europe : the example of Ukraine /Kateryna Karpova 11.Making the Principles of European Contract Law: theoretical and methodological aspects /Ole Lando 12.Questionable questionnaire : reflections on comparative law method in light of the Principles of European Tort Law /Marten Schultz 13.Legal services in conveyancing : a European comparison /Christoph U. Schmid 14.Constitutionalization of private law /Anna Lytvynyuk 15.Toward an institutional approach to comparative economic law? /Antonina Bakardjieva Engelbrekt 16.Modern comparative law : the forces behind and the challenges ahead in the age of transnational harmonisation /Peter-Christian Müller-Graff.