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Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law
We are delighted to announce that the much-anticipated Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law is now available on Elgaronline. Bringing together over 260 authors from 50 countries, this is the most comprehensive reference work in the field of comparative law.
Launching with 60 entries, content will be added regularly over the coming months and entries will be fully cross-linked once the Encyclopedia is complete.
We've opened seven entries to help you discover more about this indispensable resource. Visit Elgaronline and recommend the digital edition of the Encyclopedia for your library.More information
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The continued evolution towards scholarly content increasingly being published Open Access is in line with our stated company mission, which is to enrich and support our academic and professional communities through creative commissioning and effective dissemination of high calibre content for a global audience, and by delivering a dynamic, responsive and efficient publishing service to authors, readers and customers.
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