This book examines the interaction between global norms and local contexts, from global norms about 'the rule of law' from the desks of development experts in Brussels to villages in rural Bangladesh, and what happens to 'the rule of law'.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: Global norms and local courts Norms in translation The village courts in Bangladesh Between the state and the shalish : the logic of non-enforcement The project "activating the village courts" Translating institutions Translating practices and normative orders Conclusion: All that's lost in retranslation.
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Print version: Berger, Tobias. Global norms and local courts. First edition. Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2017